Dating back to 15th century Italy, Terrazzo flooring consists of any combinations of marble, granite, glass, mother of pearl, recycled aggregate, or any other suitable chip material; mixed with either a cementitious or epoxy binder.

Terrazzo is a highly versatile building material widely used for its timeless beauty. With endless colour options, and the ability to create a unique one-of-a-kind floor finish, Architects and Designers relish the opportunity to incorporate Terrazzo Flooring in any construction projects.

Terrazzo is recognized as one of the most durable floors on the market, and can be classed as a 100 year surface. Terrazzo typically outlasts the lifetime of the buildings it's installed in, providing the perfect floor finish for high traffic areas. Terrazzo has one of the top life-cycle cost benefit ratings of any flooring system available, and boasts incredibly low maintenance costs.