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Terrazzo Flooring

Designs and materials cycle in and out of popularity and terrazzo flooring is back in the spotlight for many of today’s designers. Flecks of colour and a mottled look not to mention amazing durability make terrazzo popular for homes as well as commercial buildings.

The history of the material goes back centuries but new colours and changes in production are making it a modern material that is in demand, ideal for minimalist interiors.

Terrazzo is actually a composite material which may be either Cement Terrazzo or Epoxy Terrazzo. It contains any variety of material chips–from stone, glass or marble to granite that is held together with a binder.

Because of their durability, gorgeous appearance, scratch resistance, environmental friendliness, stain resistance, and ease of cleaning, Terrazzo floorings are quite popular among architects and interior designers today.

 

Advantages

  • Abrasion resistance
  • Excellent stain and chemical resistance
  • High impact resistance
  • Does not shrink, permitting installation of larger monolithic sections if properly designed
  • The colors are permanent and will last the life of the floor without fading
  • Nonporous finish does not support bacterial growth, mold, or mildew
  • Low maintenance
  • Extremely durable, which translates into lower life-cycle costs