Terrazzo Floor Tiles

Terrazzo Floor Tiles

999-6885 office@masterterrazzo.com Projects Kalahari Clay Center NASDAQ Cadman Plaza Verizon Building NIH APUS Wake County Center 383 Madison Avenue St Timothys School Phoenix Academy Dallas Airport Harrisburg Airport Whitehall Terminal Anschutz Rockefeller Center Cleveland Clinic One Freedom Square Richmond Airport Terrazzo Benefits Details & Drawings Close-ups Epoxy vs SCC Life-cycle Cost Specifications Installation FAQs Colors Seamless Seamless Specifications About About Us Go Green Contact BENEFITS Why should you choose Terrazzo? Design flexibility, beautiful aesthetics, environmental friendliness, sanitation benefits, durability in high-traffic and high-stress settings, and low maintenance and life-cycle costs. Aesthetics Terrazzo brings design flexibility not available in other flooring systems. Over the years, we’ve learned never to tell a designer or architect that “it can’t be done” with terrazzo. Every time we thought terrazzo had design limitations, we were proven wrong. An unlimited color range coupled with a plethora of aggregate options from mother of pearl, to marble, to recycled glass; these are among the many advantages offered by terrazzo. Whether you’re looking for a modern monochromatic look, or an artistic piece reminiscent of classic italian mosaics, or detailed artistic work with a photographic quality, terrazzo is your canvas. Terrazzo is green In terms of green technology, there are no surfaces that compare with terrazzo. Possessing a compressive strength of nearly 500 pounds per square inch, some of the earliest terrazzo-like floors created almost 10,000 years ago still exist in the middle east today. Terrazzo has been around for centuries Ancient terrazzo is remarkably analogous to modern cementitious terrazzo, almost to the point of indistinguishability. The fact that these floors are still serviceable and beautiful after many centuries is clear confirmation of the superior sustainability of terrazzo. 

With modern technology and the advent of epoxy terrazzo, modern terrazzo floors are even more sustainable and durable than cement terrazzo floors. Epoxy terrazzo also provides the option to incorporate post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content such as glass and stone into the materials of these timeless terrazzo floors. For more information, please visit our Going Green with Terrazzo page. Sanitation Master Terrazzo’s Morricite system meets the most stringent of environmental standards, even the indoor air quality emission requirements for the State of California EPA, section 01350. This non-porous system does not support microbial growth and does not allow accumulation of moisture, absorbing water at a rate 1/10th that of cementitious terrazzo which results in an abnormally high stain resistance of the overall system. Additionally, this lack of water absorption and porosity results in a surface requiring only minimal cleaning processes, without the need for use of harsh cleaning chemicals. Durability Ancient terrazzo floors created centuries ago still stand in many buildings throughout Europe, the middle east and far east. Epoxy terrazzo floors are even more durable and can often be expected to outlast the life of the building in which they are installed. Low maintenance Given the non-porous nature of epoxy terrazzo, only minimal cleaning is required. Unlike carpet, vinyl flooring or tile, a terrazzo floor will almost certainly never need replacement, even when located in high-traffic areas. There are no grout joints to allow for dirt accumulation. The low maintenance requirements, non-porous nature of the surface and crack-resistance built into the technology used to install Master Terrazzo Technologies floors creates a near-permanent solution that pays for itself over time. For more information please visit our Terrazzo Life Cycle Cost page. TerrazzoBenefits Details & Drawings Colors Close-ups Epoxy vs SCC Life-cycle Cost Specifications-Terrazzo Installation FAQs
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Terrazzo Floor Tiles

BENEFITS Why should you choose Terrazzo? Design flexibility, beautiful aesthetics, environmental friendliness, sanitation benefits, durability in high-traffic and high-stress settings, and low maintenance and life-cycle costs. Aesthetics Terrazzo brings design flexibility not available in other flooring systems. Over the years, we’ve learned never to tell a designer or architect that “it can’t be done” with terrazzo. Every time we thought terrazzo had design limitations, we were proven wrong. An unlimited color range coupled with a plethora of aggregate options from mother of pearl, to marble, to recycled glass; these are among the many advantages offered by terrazzo. Whether you’re looking for a modern monochromatic look, or an artistic piece reminiscent of classic italian mosaics, or detailed artistic work with a photographic quality, terrazzo is your canvas. Terrazzo is green In terms of green technology, there are no surfaces that compare with terrazzo. Possessing a compressive strength of nearly 500 pounds per square inch, some of the earliest terrazzo-like floors created almost 10,000 years ago still exist in the middle east today. Terrazzo has been around for centuries Ancient terrazzo is remarkably analogous to modern cementitious terrazzo, almost to the point of indistinguishability. The fact that these floors are still serviceable and beautiful after many centuries is clear confirmation of the superior sustainability of terrazzo. 

With modern technology and the advent of epoxy terrazzo, modern terrazzo floors are even more sustainable and durable than cement terrazzo floors. Epoxy terrazzo also provides the option to incorporate post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content such as glass and stone into the materials of these timeless terrazzo floors. For more information, please visit our Going Green with Terrazzo page. Sanitation Master Terrazzo’s Morricite system meets the most stringent of environmental standards, even the indoor air quality emission requirements for the State of California EPA, section 01350. This non-porous system does not support microbial growth and does not allow accumulation of moisture, absorbing water at a rate 1/10th that of cementitious terrazzo which results in an abnormally high stain resistance of the overall system. Additionally, this lack of water absorption and porosity results in a surface requiring only minimal cleaning processes, without the need for use of harsh cleaning chemicals. Durability Ancient terrazzo floors created centuries ago still stand in many buildings throughout Europe, the middle east and far east. Epoxy terrazzo floors are even more durable and can often be expected to outlast the life of the building in which they are installed. Low maintenance Given the non-porous nature of epoxy terrazzo, only minimal cleaning is required. Unlike carpet, vinyl flooring or tile, a terrazzo floor will almost certainly never need replacement, even when located in high-traffic areas. There are no grout joints to allow for dirt accumulation. The low maintenance requirements, non-porous nature of the surface and crack-resistance built into the technology used to install Master Terrazzo Technologies floors creates a near-permanent solution that pays for itself over time. For more information please visit our Terrazzo Life Cycle Cost page. TerrazzoBenefits Details & Drawings Colors Close-ups Epoxy vs SCC Life-cycle Cost Specifications-Terrazzo Installation FAQs
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Terrazzo Floor Tiles

Trend Terrazzo If you’re interested in creating a one-of-a-kind look for your home or business but don’t want to break the bank getting that look, Trend terrazzo could be the solution. We offer a range of products that complement just about every space in your home and office, and they’re all eco-friendly and cost-effective. Terrazzo Floor Terrazzo flooring has been around for thousands of years; in fact, it’s so durable, archeologists have discovered floors that were laid during the heyday of Ancient Rome, and they’re still in great shape. Trend terrazzo is made from post-consumer materials like stone and glass and combined with a durable binder for long-lasting beauty even under regular, heavy use. Trend uses a special binding agent and process to repel water and resist scratching while also minimizing noise, making their terrazzo floors the perfect choice for both home and commercial applications. Terrazzo Flooring Cost In addition to being environmentally friendly, Trend terrazzo is also a cost-effective choice for flooring, with lower installation costs and a product price point that’s a fraction of what a stone floor would cost. Also, due to the fact that it’s offered in a wide range of color options with varying degrees of inclusions, you can achieve a custom look that’s just not possible with natural stone slabs. Terrazzo Countertops Like terrazzo flooring, Trend’s terrazzo countertops offer durability and beauty for a fraction of the cost of solid stone countertops. Resistant to scratches and nonabsorbent, terrazzo is an ideal choice for countertops that receive the regular, daily wear and tear of home use. In addition to that, they’re also a good choice for professional kitchens and office workspaces, where their durability and sleek, contemporary feel can transform an entire space. Due to terrazzo using recycled materials, terrazzo countertops are available in a broad range of styles and colors to make matching existing décor in a snap. Terrazzo Tiles Terrazzo tiles have been a popular flooring option for hundreds of years. In Roman times, these colorful tiles were used to create highly decorative and intricate mosaics that persist to this day. In your own home or business, terrazzo tiles can be used to create a wide variety of effects that enable you to create a truly unique and individual space. Tiles can be a great choice for bathroom walls and kitchen backsplashes where their durability and water resistance provide long-lasting beauty. Why not explore some design ideas and learn how terrazzo products from Trend can provide you with your ideal surface? Explore our site or contact us for more information today.

Terrazzo Floor Tiles

Terrazzo Floor Tiles
Terrazzo Floor Tiles
Terrazzo Floor Tiles
Terrazzo Floor Tiles

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