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Big Red Decorative Concrete has been
transforming plain grey concrete into
unique, beautiful and useful surfaces
for the past 14 years. Serving the Kansas
City metro and surrounding areas.
Big Red Decorative Concrete has been transforming plain
grey concrete into unique, beautiful and useful surfaces for
the past 14 years. Serving the Kansas City metro and
surrounding areas: Cass, Clay, Jackson and Platte in
Missouri and Wyandotte, Johnson, Douglas, Miami and
Leavenworth in Kansas.
Whether it is a driveway, sidewalk, pool deck, front entry,
patio, basement or garage, we can take what is old and
make it look better than new.
As Kansas City's only authorized Sundek installer, we can
offer you a product that has proven itself for over 40 years.
In unforgiving climates and over millions of square feet,
Sundek is the premiere choice for overlay systems.
Sundek continues to offer new and innovative overlay
mixes to their long-standing line of overlay products.
Sundek Tuscan overlay system is a "thin set" system that
creates a one-of-a- kind finish through hand troweling and
Hand carved or taped stones, tiles, or stencils are added
to create depth and interest to an area. The Tuscan finish is
ideal for patios, walkways, basements, retail spaces and
It can be applied tightly troweled for a smoother finish or
heavily troweled for a stone texture appearance.
The wonderful things about the epoxy metallics is the uniqueness of
each floor, the amount of movement or fluidity in the floor and the
ability of this application to cover most flaws in a concrete floor.
Old and new concrete can be blended into one seamless floor with
this application; making it ideal for commercial remodel projects. A
few of the many available colors can be seen below.
The process starts with a darker epoxy primer base and
then a lighter metallic color combination applied over the
dark base. For a lighter floor, a white or cream colored
epoxy primer can be placed first followed by brighter
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