K & K Backhoe
184 East South N St
Broken Bow, NE 68822
- Lot Grading
- Site Preparation
- Certified Septic Systems
- Water Service Lines
- Dirt, Gravel & Sand Hauling
- Property Demolition & Clean Up
- Basement Excavation
- Any Other Excavation Needs
- Underground Irrigation Repair
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“Our team has been in business in the Broken Bow area since 1992. K & K Backhoe offers professional work in multiple areas of construction, such as site grading; for your yard or new construction, and water and sewer line installation. We also install certified septic systems, and dig basements and footings.
We have an abundance of soil products at our shop. Hauling and delivery of gravel, clay, top soil and concrete gravel is available when needed. We also offer concrete removal! Other services we offer are irrigation and pasture waterline installation and repair, as well as drain work if you want underground pipe from your gutters at home or your business.”
We strive to meet all of your water, septic, and construction needs!” -Ken MyersK & K Backhoe and Irrigation celebrates 30 years of business in Broken Bow and the surrounding communities. With backhoes, skid steers, dump trucks, trenchers, service trucks, and a septic pumping truck they have everything needed to provide the service you require.
K & K Backhoe and Irrigation can perform everything from underground irrigation repair, site grading, dirt hauling, water lines, sewer lines, and certified septic systems. They do property demolition and clean up, dig basements, and handle many other excavation needs.
K & K Backhoe & Irrigation is a proud supporter of our local community and growth projects. Ken Myers supports the Custer County Fairgrounds, Broken Bow Public Schools, and the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce.
Ken previously served for 8 years on the Broken Bow School Board and served 6 years on the Gates School Board. He has also spent several years on the Nebraska on-site Waste Water Association Board and the On-site Waste Water Advisory Committee in Lincoln, NE.