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CONTRACTOR BRINGS 20-YEARS' EXPERIENCE TO BROOKINGS Print E-mail
April 13, 2007 11:00 pm

By Ellen Babin

Pilot staff writer

The Home Doc and his family have transferred his work to the Brookings-Harbor area.

Ken "The Home Doc" Bowers, his wife Felicia and their son Keegan, 3, left the hustle and bustle of Reno, Nev., to establish Bowers' business in Brookings-Harbor and surrounding areas.

Providing home repair and remodeling services at a competitive price is one of Bowers' goals. He has 20 years of experience in home repair and remodeling.

Bowers, who "does jobs large and small" provides free written estimates.

His work includes exterior pressure washing, priming and painting and installing laminate flooring. He also repairs sheetrock, replaces existing ceiling fans, and does complete bathroom and kitchen remodeling.

Experienced with many different decking materials, he offers deck construction as part of his work.

For information, phone (541) 412-2900.

 

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