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Bordner of Kansas City

Your Hometown Home Improvement Hero

 

With almost 3 decades of experience offering home improvement services in the greater Kansas City metro area! Some say we're the best remodeling company in Kansas City, we just know we give every job our very best.  If you're looking for a Kansas City home improvement contractor, look no further than our dream-team here at Bordner Installation!

Our main service areas are within Jackson and Johnson Counties but we are also offering our home improvement services to the following areas:

  • Overland Park, KS
  • Lee's Summit, MO
  • Olathe, KS
  • Blue Springs, MO
  • Shawnee, KS
  • Liberty, MO
  • Leawood, KS
  • Lenexa, KS
  • Stilwell, KS
  • And any other city or town within 50 miles of Downtown Kansas City

Kansas City Contact Info

Bordner Installation Group
11950 Missouri 350
Raytown MO 64138

Local Phone: (816) 358-2102

 
 
 
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