Over the past years, our success is due to our dedication to quality work and customer service.
Honesty and open communication have empowered our workforce since the very beginning thus we have a track record of many completed projects which were on time and within our client's budget.
As a general contractor we work on both residential and commercial projects. For residential, we remodel bathrooms, kitchens, whole house remodels and create additions.
Our custom cabinetry always delights our clients with its versatility and sophistication. We also provide job costing and budgeting tailored to your pocketbook, we also can connect you with great designers who can help you maximize the use of your space. We also can schedule our work around your needs i.e. your family time requirements - our knowledgeable and experienced estimators and project managers are always open to discussion about your budget and ready to provide advice and solutions.
The professional path that we have been traveling allows us to confidently declare ourselves as a company with a large portfolio of successful projects in which our new clients can find exclusive design solutions such as with the currently trendy Southwest Minimalism and its unusual combinations of natural stone and wood blended with modern techniques.
We are proud of the quality of the work done and the loyalty of many clients who often call us back for more remodeling.
We welcome the possibility of working with you to help you find the solutions that would best meet your needs.
After all, you spend most of your life in your home or working in your office; you deserve to enjoy your living spaces every minute of your life.
James W. Rucker
The Rucker family tree is closely intertwined with the history of construction in Central Texas. Back in the 1900’s, the present owner, Maxwell Rucker's, great-grandfather, James W. Rucker and his two brothers were general contractors and builders here. Maxwell's great granduncle Charles, was also a contractor on the Mansfield/Marshall Ford Dam.
Mansfield/Marshall Ford Dam during the construction
In 1916 James W. Rucker started his own design/build business in Elgin, Texas. He built churches, schools and homes there, even some oil derricks. A few of his homes still stand in Elgin.
James W. Rucker's United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Membership
In 1933 James W. Rucker's work was continued by his nephew Vernon Taylor who moved family business to Austin, Texas
Houses in Elgin, Texas built by James W. Rucker
In 1976 James W. Rucker's grand son, Richard Rucker, continued the family business in Austin, Texas.
In 2013 Richard Rucker's millennial son, Maxwell Rucker, took over as the head of Blue Diamond Remodeling Inc. a remodeling company established by Richard and Maxwell's mother in 2004.
Under Maxwell Rucker, Blue Diamond Remodeling has evolved into an ambitious remodeling organization with a contemporary attitude encompassing a wider scope in its portfolio and thinking for both residential and commercial work.
However the strong traditions established a hundred years ago are still evident...