Terrazzo is one of the most durable and low maintenance materials on the market. It has been used for thousands of years, and some of these floors are still around today. Many aggregates are recycled, such as our glass aggregates, with some being post-consumer and some pre-consumer.
Our thin-set epoxy systems are composed of zero VOC materials, and the non-porous structure of terrazzo prevents any microbial growth. Terrazzo is a completely safe material and poses no health issues during installation or further use.
With hundreds of color and aggregate combinations, terrazzo offers unique designs that simply cannot be achieved with other materials. Not only will terrazzo bring originality to your project, it is one of the most sustainable materials on the market. Eco-friendly and long-lasting, your terrazzo will last decades without harming the environment.
Terrazzo is a combination of chips, or aggregates, such as marble or glass that are set in a foundation of epoxy resin or another flooring matrix. Terrazzo designs are formed through the use of metal strips which separate the shapes into various sections.
Terrazzo floors should be dust mopped daily and wet mopped with a pH neutral cleaner weekly. Our terrazzo floors are sealed after installation, and should be re-sealed periodically depending on traffic and use. Waxing terrazzo floors is not recommended since the wax can cause buildup and discolor the floor over time. For more information, see our maintenance guide: Caring For Your Terrazzo Floor.
Please see our terrazzo installation page for more information!
There are hundreds of colors and aggregates to choose from, and the combinations are endless! Aggregates include mother of pearl, marble, glass, porcelain, and many more. Aggregates can be added in various ratios to the epoxy resin to create a unique and unforgettable project!
Just about anything! Terrazzo is most commonly seen in beautiful flooring designs. However, pre-cast terrazzo enables a myriad of projects such as stairs and treads, countertops, benches, and more. Terrazzo is one of the most versatile and sustainable materials on the market.