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Olathe, KS 66062
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Concrete ContractorToday 7AM–4PM
Saturday 7AM–4PMSunday ClosedMonday 7AM–7PMTuesday 7AM–7PMWednesday 7AM–7PMThursday 7AM–7PMFriday 7AM–7PM
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Outstanding job on a stamped patio. Great customer service and communication.Highly recommend for both value and quality of work.

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Be prepared with 16 rules for shoveling that snow!
After 42 years of shoveling snow, I've learned a few things. With a little practice and some patience, it's amazing how efficient you can be with equipment no more sophisticated than an ordinary snow shovel. Here are my top 16 tips for how to shovel snow.
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While stamped concrete is a low-maintenance material, some maintenance is required to keep it looking great and problem-free.  Here are four way to maintain your stamped concrete that you need to be doing.
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Here are some tips to prepare your outdoor furniture for harsher weather. 
During the summer months, your outdoor patio furniture gets a lot of use. If you live in a place that has a cold or wet climate in the winter, you will need to make sure that your patio furniture is properly protected from damage.
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From yards and terraces to patios and porches, these easy decorating ideas can work for any spot you have big plans for beautifying. 
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Concrete Concepts in Kansas City can grind concrete floor surfaces, whether existing or new, to a glossy, smooth finish that features all the durability and performance of concrete but with a stunning visual appeal.
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If you’ve ever had the sidewalk or your driveway fixed, you may not have known what to do with the old concrete.

Now the City of Houston wants you to know it can be recycled.
(HOUSTON) – If you've ever had the sidewalk or your driveway fixed, you may not have known what to do with the old concrete. Now the City of Houston wants you to know it can be recycled. You could ...
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The Kansas City Royals should keep playing at Kauffman Stadium in the Truman Sports Complex and not move to a new downtown stadium, according to most respondents in a recent Star poll.
Fresh from their euphoria over seeing the Royals in the World Series, Kansas City’s baseball fans are dreaming of even better days ahead. However, as new poll results show, that excitement — somewhat surprisingly — does not extend to asking taxpayers to build a new downtown baseball stadium for the team.
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Is your home getting "spooky"?  We can help!
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Concrete transforms into a decorative flooring option with the use of the right paint.
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Stamped concrete is an increasingly popular choice for patios, walkways and other surfaces around a home's exterior. 
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Whether you need a new patio, a walkway or some fancy landscaping, hiring a concrete contractor is a great way to get the beautiful look you've been wanting!
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Before there was Great American Tower, before Carew, the unassuming 210-foot-tall Ingalls Building at Fourth and Vine streets was not just the first high-rise to be built in Cincinnati. It was also the first of its kind in the world.
Skeptics were sure the 15-story Ingalls Building going up in downtown Cincinnati at the turn of the 20th Century would collapse. But they were wrong.
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