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Fuller Construction Company

(256) 303-5582View Additional Phone Numbers4885 County Road 150, Town CreekAL 35672-5235 Send email to Fuller Construction Company

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A BBB Accredited Business since 04/28/2008

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Reason for Rating

BBB rating is based on 13 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.

Factors that raised Fuller Construction Company's rating include:

  • Length of time business has been operating.
  • Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
  • Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business.
  • Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.

Customer Complaints SummaryRead complaint details

1 complaint closed with BBB in last 3 years | 0 closed in last 12 months
Complaint TypeTotal Closed Complaints
Problems with Product / Service1
Advertising / Sales Issues0
Billing / Collection Issues0
Delivery Issues0
Guarantee / Warranty Issues0
Total Closed Complaints 1

Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews

0 Customer Reviews Customer Reviews on Fuller Construction Company

Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience
Neutral Experience
Negative Experience
Total Customer Reviews 0 Customer Reviews

Complaint Breakdown by ResolutionAbout Complaint Details

Complaint Resolution Log (1)BBB Closure Definitions
02/12/2014Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details

Comment: I recently had some work done at my house by Fuller Construction. The fact that they were registered with the BBB and had no complaints about their work was a significant deciding factor to have them do the job. Sadly, Fuller Construction did a horrible job. I ended up having to remove the flooring down to the floor joists and build it back up. This is what I hired them for! Pasted below is my recount of all the issues they left behind: --------------- I made a list of things that need to be fixed because of Fuller's incomplete job on the bathroom and kitchen. I'm not sure if they consider themselves done or not. When asked "where is the toe molding for under the kitchen cabinet?" they answered, "it's on the front porch." Does that mean that they intend to come back and finish that? They have not contacted us to say that they are going to finish the job. Let's assume that they are done (since I never heard from them again). My observations: * It's clear that they do not know the correct way to score and cut vinyl tile. Some pieces were cut so badly (wavy freehand cut) that they will have to be replaced or patched. * The toilet leak wasn't fixed properly. That's my bad. But, they should have refused to work until that was properly fixed. Replacing the seals and charging ahead with putting the new tile down was not right. The old, wet linoleum must be removed in all cases like this. The moisture will leach up through the new floor and damage the tile within 6 months (My family members have been in the construction business for over 100 years and I have seen the damage this causes. It's the quickest way to destroy a new floor. If my family wasn't five to seven hours away, I would have them come and do the work). At least 9 new floor tiles had to be discarded because water had already accumulated between them and the old floor THE SAME DAY that they "finished" the job! * Construction waste left on the front porch. I will have to haul that away. * I bought more than enough PVC pipe to move the plumbing. I had intended on returning the extra to Lowe's. Where did the excess go? Did they take it? Was there none left? I have not inspected the work under the house, so perhaps it's obvious where it all went. (Having inspected it now... There is no evidence of left over piping) * I bought a sack of PVC elbows because I could not buy them individually. They should have only needed about 6 to run the hot and cold lines. Where did the rest of them go? There must be around 40 left. * I covered the bathroom window with a cotton twin sheet at the end of day 1, it was new and from target for use as a photo backdrop to list items for sale, cost about $5 to $6. They left two paint stained sheets that may suffice to replace it, but it's not the same. They also left an extension cord and a 5 gallon Lowe's bucket. I will apply the value of these items to my "inconvenience fee" that I charge them and report to the BBB. * Joint compound was dried and caked up on the light switch and outlet in the bathroom. I had to remove that material and put the switch cover on. Why did they not do this? * Hole in the bathroom floor was poorly filled and covered with a floor tile. I may be able to level it out over the weekend with leveling compound and a belt sander. I will probably have to replace about 3 or 4 new tiles. * Toe molding on long wall in the bathroom was attached, but not caulked or painted over. * Molding around window was removed and replaced for no reason. That wasn't part of the job and I have no idea why that was done. I will remove the new material around the window, fix the wall to the left where a gap has been, repaint, and put THE OLD WINDOW MOLDING back on (Lead paint and all). If the material is too damaged from being left on the front porch or was damaged from removal, I will have to leave the new wood in place even though I don't like it. (The wood was badly damaged and split from removal. At 60 plus years old, you can't find wood like that anymore. It's sad to lose the character that the old wood had.) * Blinds were not put back in bathroom window. (5-minute fix, but why was this not done to complete the job)

Desired Settlement
At this point, there is no resolution that Fuller could possibly do. I worked two long days to repair what I hired them to do. I can do this work, I just don't have the time. All the more reason that I'm so frustrated that not only did I hire them for the job, they botched it, never came back to finish the job even after we called them, and I spent my own time doing it anyway.

Okay, they could pay me back for the two days work at my rate which would total $1006. Nothing short of that will suffice.

Business Response
I am sorry you where not happy with the work we done for you. But we did it the way we talked about. It was a old bathroom, unlevel, not square, reworked 80+ year old, and you knew it was not going to be perfect. We both talk about putting vinyl over the old you said "OK". There was 2 or 3 drops of pvc pipe maybe five foot in all. We changed the window trim to match door trim. I am sorry this did not workout the way you had thought, wish you would had called me if you was unhappy with our work.

Final Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
I am obligated to correct Fuller's response. We did call to let them know that we were not satisfied with the work. Their response was "if it really bothers you, we can come back." What bothers me more is that after hearing the list of complaints, there was no effort made to clean up or put the remaining quarter round under the cabinets. I also maintain that several PVC couplings and elbows that I purchased were never used and were taken by Fuller.

In the hopes that a future customer will benefit from my complaint here, potential customers need to know that at best Fuller is a laborer. There is no skill or craftsmanship shown in their work, and certainly no attention to detail.

Industry Comparison| Chart

Home Improvements, Handyman Services, Construction & Remodeling Services, Siding Contractors, Patio & Deck Builders, Garage Builders

Additional Information

BBB file opened: 04/30/2008Business started: 03/18/1997
Licensing, Bonding or Registration

This company is in an industry that requires a license from the Alabama Homebuilders Licensure Board for contracts that exceed $10,000.

Any contractor who disturbs more than 6 sq.ft. on any home built before 1978 it must be tested for lead and lead safe work practices performed by a lead safe renovator if Lead is found. ONLY a Lead Safe Renovator can do the required testing and supervise the work. You have to be tested and registered as a lead safe renovator by the State.

Type of Entity

Sole Proprietor

Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Kenneth Fuller (Owner)
Number of Employees


Business Category

Home Improvements, Handyman Services, Construction & Remodeling Services, Siding Contractors, Patio & Deck Builders, Garage Builders

Products & Services

This company offers home remodeling & construction services including additions, garages, porches & decks and vinyl siding.

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Map & Directions

Map & Directions

Address for Fuller Construction Company

4885 County Road 150

Town Creek, AL 35672-5235

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1 Locations

  • 4885 County Road 150 

    Town Creek, AL 35672-5235(256) 303-5582
    (256) 685-9110

Industry Comparison ChartX

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*Fuller Construction Company is in this range.


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  • (256) 685-9110

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