In the span of six years, Russell had transformed every section of the 1910 craftsman, including fully remodeling the basement and attic into separate apartment units. With an assortment of talents in his tool belt – from electrical and plumbing to carpentry and design Russell then moved on to realize his dream of doing construction projects for others.
Fast forward to 2010: Fuller Living Construction bursts onto the Seattle scene. With a passion for true craftsman homes, a keen eye for design, a sense of sophistication and a penchant for fun, Fuller Living works tirelessly to turn dreams into reality.
Russell Fuller founded Fuller Living Construction on the principle of helping people achieve their design aspirations. Over the years, he has brought together a team of knowledgeable craftsman, architects, and engineers who are passionate about building and design, and driven towards excellence.
Ask anyone and they’ll tell you that Russell has a work ethic that few can parallel. He pays attention to every single detail, cares deeply about his customers and isn’t satisfied until projects are completed to perfection. Russell is committed to communication and transparency and makes sure to bring some fun and playfulness to his work as well.
Russell and his team are also committed to supporting the Aurora Commons and Wintergrass. The Aurora Commons is a local non-profit that provides services to people in need on the Aurora corridor. Wintergrass is a local nonprofit annual bluegrass music festival held at the Hyatt in Bellevue.
Even greater than his building and design passion is Russell’s love for his family. Russell and his wife Tracey are the proud parents of two young, energetic boys, Sylas and Quinault. Russell shares his love for music and nature with his sons, and eagerly awaits opportunities to teach them the wonders of extreme sports. They live, play, eat and rest in their Greenlake home.
Russell, we welcome you to the Seattle Shrimp Tank and look forward to hearing more about your story!