Bower Tiling Service, Inc. has been operating in the field of farm drainage for four generations. We believe that due to the quality of our products and services, we have built a reputation and under no circumstances will we sacrifice that. We want you to have, as we have had, pride in our company, our products, and quality of work.
Bower Tiling Service, Inc. is proud to be members of the Land Improvement Contractors Association of America (LICA), the Better Business Bureau, and The National Federation of Independent Businesses.
Bower Tiling Service, Inc. began in 1900. George W. Bower bought his first steam powered Buckeye Trencher and started Bower Tiling Service. Later, his sons, Richard and William, would form a partnership with their father. In approximately 1955, Richard bought William's share of the business. In approximately 1958, George retired and left Richard to run the company. In 1964, another partnership was formed with Richard's sons, Jack and Tom. Richard retired in 1976 and the business went on to be incorporated in 1981. In 1985 a second company was formed, Great Lakes Inter-Drain Inc. In 1995, Tom Bower left Bower Tiling to head up Great Lakes Inter-Drain, Inc. In 2015 Jack and Tom both retired. Jack's daughter Wendy Jett and son-in-law Jim Jett are now co-owners of Bower Tiling and also purchased Great Lakes Inter-Drain, now known as Bower's Great Lakes Inter-Drain. Working in the office along with Wendy is Jack's sister-in-law, Michelle Picciuto. Wendy & Jim's daughter in law Grace Jett, and Josh Churchill helps with the GPS mapping. Nick Bower works in the field along with Jim Jett operating the plow and trencher. Kipp Snyder is our backhoe operator along with our field crew consisting of Eric Hogle, Jack Jett, Seth Jett, Taylor Jett, Zac Long and Jake Steager.
Bower Tiling Service, Inc. has been serving the area for over 100 years and looks forward to serving you for many years to come!