210 Jefferson St.
Grain Valley, MO 64029-9089
Phone: (816) 847-2700
Fax: (816) 847-6493
Offering quality life, auto, home, renters, and commercial insurance in Independence and surrounding areas.
Whether you need to send a package, print documents, open a mailbox, move your home or office, or ship something big - they have got you covered.
An award-winning hair salon that uses the ancient art of Feng Shui to create perfectly balanced hair styles using color, highlights and precision hair cuts that harmonize personality and lifestyle.
Their primary goal is to instill skills that will protect you and those with you when you venture into the natural world.
EdgeMasterKC.com is a full service landscaping company specializing in hardscaping. They offer custom design and installation of retaining walls, patios, driveways, walkways, and various types of masonry.
EnTown Real Estate Services is a full service real estate company. Their services range from selling and leasing to management of Home Associations, residential and commercial properties.
A quality roofing repair and installation company. Their Independence staff is professionally trained and reliable. They take pride in providing the best materials, labor and workmanship.
Provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs.
Budget offers an extensive fleet of safe, reliable trucks for a better self-move experience. Another location at 3001 South 291Highway.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church was a parish founded in 1867. Its present building was built in 1884 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It illustrates a rare Carpenter Gothic architectural style replete with stained-glass panels, wooden altar and bell tower with a cross on top.
Burglar and fire alarms sold and installed to residential and commercial customers. Honeywell and GE brands. Low monthly alarm monitoring fees and no long term contracts. In business for 30-years.
The Kritser House is a 19th-century residential building designed by Martin Kritser who had relocated to this city to sell wagon trains. The house was in a good condition, and gave shelter to many owners. The strong and sturdy structure even survived the Civil War without any harm. The building has a rich history and thus was later designated as a historic structure in 1985. Though the building was in a dilapidated condition for a while, it went through a series of renovations and modifications and was restored completely.