Rebuilding Your Remodel Experience

A Client-Focused Remodeler & Custom Cabinet Maker
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 In lieu of an in-person meeting, we would be happy to do a video chat and walk through of your space. Additionally, we are still holding mask-wearing, in-person meetings . Call or email us to schedule!

From project development to final close-out of a remodel, customer experience is our focus every step of the way. For many homeowners, this is one of the most significant purchases they will ever make. Our client-focused processes maximize the quality of your completed project and minimize disruption to your daily life. It is our pleasure to ensure each remodel runs smoothly.

If you’re looking for cheap materials and shortcuts, we probably aren’t the contractor for you. We only choose high-quality materials that we are proud to put in our clients’ homes. We put in the necessary hours to properly design, plan, and budget for every remodel, and we only use subcontractors that share our commitment to quality and customer care.

We are proud to be in the home remodeling business and to serve fellow homeowners in the Bryan / College Station community. We know how valuable a home is to a family, and we would be honored to help create yours. Thank you for considering Buck the Builder for your project! You can rely on us. We promise.

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Please fill out the form below to receive a free consultation with Buck regarding your remodel or cabinetry project. Your initial consultation will give you approximately 1 1/2 hours of Buck's time, walking through the space, talking through design and layout options, and a range of cost estimate.
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Wondering if your project is possible to do, or if we do that type of work? Want to know if we're the best company for your needs, or if it is beneficial to hire a general contractor for your project? Questions about how long construction will take or what to expect cost-wise? Any other construction related questions? Ask Buck!