What is Terrazo?

Terrazo, which is thought to be the oldest flooring product, has a history of approximately 1500 years. Although it is known to be in Italy in the 16th century, its history dates back to the ancient Egyptian Civilization. It is formed by pouring pieces of marble, quartz, granite, glass or other suitable material with cement or a polymer binder. Its thickness varies between 1 mm - 3 mm. It has a smooth or semi-rough surface. It is highly resistant to friction, impact and abrasion. It is easy to clean and hygienic. Terrazo, which is a durable, low-maintenance and economical coating type, can also be easily customized with unlimited color and pattern options.

Terrazo Usage areas??

It is used in hotels, shopping malls, supermarkets, airports, fair, exhibition halls, educational institutions, restaurants, houses , social facilities and all similar areas. In Houses; It can be used easily in the living room, on the walls of the bathrooms, in wet areas such as the library, stairs, fireplace and bathroom floor. Since Terrazo does not contain carbon and has a water retention feature, it prevents the formation of bacteria. For this reason, it is frequently preferred in intensive care units of hospitals. Terrazo tile is also applied in the form of mosaic. Terrazo tiles, which are generally used in floor coverings, know no limits in color variety. There are two types of tile mosaics: two-layer and one-layer. In particular, single-layer industrial flooring materials are produced as more void-free and less porous since the excess water in the tiles is removed by vacuum technique. Therefore, the water absorption rate is less. Two-layer tiles are produced with a thickness of 25-50 mm, while single-layer tiles are produced with a thickness of 15-20 mm. Therefore, single-layer tiles are lighter. If you want to create a terrazo effect in your space, you can contact us and get information about terrazo prices.
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