Clark's Tool & Equipment opened in the 1970s as a discount tool shop, but when Don Gamble took the helm, he swapped out the supply of inexpensive outlet supplies to feature quality, American-made tools. Since then, the single shop has blossomed into four retail stores and a 15,000-square-foot warehouse stocked with a full line of brands such as SK Hand Tools, Ingersoll Rand, and Eagle Industries. The emporium of tools is an authorized supplier to industry students and teachers with a strong clientele in the rail, trucking, and manufacturing sectors.
Clark's catalog of tools and accessories includes hand tools, electric tools, and abrasives that summon the steady hands and keen eyes of everyone from industrial veterans to DIY enthusiasts. Safety equipment, tool accessories, and compressors are available to round out every toolbox with the appropriate fixings. Expert technicians also sharpen dulled blades, saws, and gardening tools and bring damaged or broken power tools back to life with skilled repair services.
The lawn-care specialists of We Mulch It keep outdoor areas groomed and attractive in all seasons. They mow grass, pull weeds, trim hedges, and power-wash driveways. When they wrap up maintenance jobs, they haul away clippings and dispose of broomstick bristles that fell from the sky during witch migration.
At Atchison Monuments and Granite, staff members understand that setting something in stone is the best way to preserve a person's legacy. That's why they etch the names of beloved family members into stone monuments that commemorate their lives, and even create monuments for pets. And Atchison's wares don't just memorialize departed loved ones; the stone artists also proclaim home ownership with garden stones and commend generous donors with engraved bricks. The staff can also create gifts such as whimsical etchings and unique vases.
The paving experts from Missouri Brothers Asphalt mend weathered driveways by filling in cracks and matching each surface with a shiny new coat of asphalt sealant. After prepping the surface by cleaning off dirt and debris, the team covers splits and fissures caused by fickle temperatures or woozy shot-putters. Next, a technician sprays MacConnell and Associates MAC 52 sealer over the entire surface using a modern applicator from Panther Equipment. The sealant helps protect the surface from future damage and is backed up by a one-year guarantee, which provides a complimentary retouch of any damages to asphalt that weren't caused by snowplows. Missouri Brothers Asphalt can also repaint parking-lot stripes and markers.
The licensed spine straighteners at Boehmer Chiropractic & Acupuncture, P.C. treat chronic and acute pain with personalized therapeutic treatments. After leafing through magazines in the sunlit waiting room, patients consult with a certified spine expert to get to the root causes of pain or health problems, such as back pain, headaches, or shin splints induced from potato-sack marathons. If needed, x-rays may be taken to shed light on structural or functional issues. Then vertebrates stretch out on black-leather tables for a relief adjustment, which helps realign the spine and the surrounding musculature. During the two needleless acupuncture treatments, certified acupuncturists stimulate muscles with 20- to 60-second jolts of noninvasive electrical impulses while explaining the telekinetic art of needleless cross-stitch. The entire session can take anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes, depending on need, treatments performed, and unexpected shifts to daylight-savings time.
Dan and Dana, the D's of D & D Professional Mowing, have been buzzing local soil coifs since 2004. Thanks to the business' lawn-owner-friendly practices, multi-day jobs keep a consistent crew, so clients have time to get to know them, and they have time to learn the route through the hedge maze. Prices depend entirely on the size of the job, but the average lawn runs around $30–$50, including edging and leaf-blowing the sidewalk and driveway. The flora-fashioners will happily give a free price estimate for other services, such as mulching ($80–$400 on average), garden-tilling ($50–$100 on average), or tree-debris removal ($50–$200 on average).