TERRAZZO FLOORS HAS BEEN AROUND FOREVER.
Some of the earliest terrazzo floors created many centuries ago still exists in the middle east today. More modern terrazzo has become a flexible product with numerous applications that will fit all requirements.
It has design flexibility, beautiful aesthetics, environmental friendliness and sanitation benefits. Terrazzo has exceptional durability in high traffic. You can add high-stress settings with low maintenance and life-cycle costs.
Terrazzo floors come in a variety of colours and textures which makes the material a great compliment to any style or design. The unlimited colour range coupled with a large number of aggregate options are among the many advantages offered by terrazzo. Special colours can be made specifically to a clients requirements, at a minimal additional cost.
Today, terrazzo can consist of marble, quartz, granite, recycled glass, recycled porcelain, recycled concrete and metal aggregates. These are mixed with cement or epoxy and polished to produce a seamless surface. Either poured or precast, terrazzo offers designers unlimited flexibility to create stunning designs. Terrazzo floors are as breathtakingly beautiful as they are durable and easy to maintain. Terrazzo can be finished with a shine, or used in a more natural textured finish with fun designs and colours.
It is one of the strongest materials you can use and often outlasts the life of a building. During the lifetime of a building, the total cost of maintaining or replacing flooring can multiply as much as 35 times the initial cost of the flooring.
Sealed with an epoxy layer gives the material a complete non-porous surface requiring minimal cleaning processes.
There are no grout joints to allow dirt accumulation. The technology used to create terrazzo floors makes for a near-permanent solution that pays for itself over time.
Alternatives like carpet ceramic tile, vinyl or wood, might be less expensive to install but heavy traffic and messy weather are all part of a buildings’ life. Terrazzo floors will almost never need replacement, even in high traffic areas.
Terrazzo floors are the enduring choice.