Claiming a bonded-and-insured staff and a license from the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Go Green! Pest Control Services adheres to using only pesticides found on the Environmental Protection Agency's green list. Experienced in both interior and exterior applications, technicians apply earth-friendly chemicals to ward off unwanted visitors such as termites, brown recluse spiders, german cockroaches, and court jesters. The company's practices have earned it membership in Green Biz Wichita.
At 4,500 independently owned and operated stores spread across the nation, Ace Hardware carries the tools and tips homeowners need to complete plumbing projects, electrical work, or aesthetic alterations to gardens or backyards. Celebrating 88 years in existence, the stores stock well-organized aisles with brand-name products from Craftsman, DeWalt, and Scotts perfect for simple afternoon projects or extensive overhauls to the fleet of antique rickshaws in the garage.
Millers' Cleaners has been freshening fibers since 1977, and today it uses eco-friendly practices that ensure Mother Earth doesn't cry sudsy tears all over your special-instruction garments. The seven branches of the family-owned-and-operated business hang clothing on reused hangers or completely recyclable polypropylene hangers, package garments in biodegradable poly bags, and clean with petroleum-based solvents that help keep toxic waste from seeping into the groundwater and splashing dirty words at children.
Hole In One Lawn Care & Landscape unclogs gutters and elutriates besmirched windows from the perils of gunky build-up. Hole In One’s grime grabbers arrive at homes to purge gutters that hoard leaf bundles, roof mud, and errant passes to Jerry Rice ($75–$100).