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Years of Technological Development

Bring Your Terrazzo Floors To Life

Terrazzo allows designers to create any design imaginable. Whether you are seeking a sleek, minimal or semi-industrial style, Terrazzo representatives helps guide in designing a floor finish high in performance, value and sustainability. This design flexibility makes terrazzo unlike any other flooring system available.
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Eco Friendly Tiles

Finest Quality Grain in Pakistan

Our Terrazzo consists of a binder such as quick lime or cement and aggregates from rock - or crushed brick. We generally used as a binder for such soils although predominantly white cement and Portland cement. This has the advantage that the warm, natural color of the grain supplement Gesteines come shining in appearance.
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What is the proper method of installing Terrazzo Tiles?

Determine the Tile Measurement for the Outside Edge. Spread thinset mortar with notched trowel. Spread the Adhesive. Grinding machinery used to smooth and level tile. Secure the Tiles With the Floor Roller.

Terrazzo is a flooring material traditionally made by exposing marble chips on the surface of concrete and then polishing until smooth. Now, however, you can buy terrazzo in tile form. It's often used in public buildings because it's long-lasting and can be refinished repeatedly.

The terrazzo itself is usually 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick and is placed on a 1 1/2-inch-thick bed of mortar. This mortar bed may rest directly on the base slab but frequently it is separated from it by a 1/4-inch cushion of sand or a layer of asphalt paper.

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