Terrazzo is a type of flooring material that has been used for centuries. It is a composite material made up of chips of marble, quartz, granite, or glass set in a cement or epoxy base. Terrazzo can be polished to a high sheen and is known for its durability, versatility, and low maintenance requirements.

Terrazzo works refer to the process of installing or restoring terrazzo floors. Our process typically involves the following steps:


Surface preparation: The surface of the concrete subfloor is prepared by grinding, sanding or shot blasting to remove any dirt, debris or coatings.

Mixing the terrazzo mixture: A mixture of cement, marble or other chips, and other additives is mixed together to create the terrazzo mixture.

Pouring the mixture: The terrazzo mixture is poured onto the subfloor and is spread out evenly using a trowel.

Seeding the mixture: After the mixture is poured, additional chips or glass pieces can be sprinkled onto the surface to create a decorative pattern.

Grinding and polishing: Once the terrazzo mixture has cured, it is ground down to a smooth, even surface using a grinding machine. The surface is then polished using a series of progressively finer diamond abrasives to achieve the desired level of shine.

Sealing: Finally, the surface is sealed with a penetrating sealer to protect it from stains and damage.

Terrazzo works can also include restoration and repair of existing terrazzo floors. This may involve grinding and polishing the surface to remove scratches or stains, filling in cracks or chips, and resealing the surface to restore its original luster.


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