Terrazzo Tiles

A terrazzo floor adds a touch of classical antiquity to contemporary spaces. An embedding of marble chips, natural stone, quartz, granite, or other materials in a cement binder results in terrazzo tiles. In order to achieve a smooth appearance, the slab is ground and polished. There is a wide variety of colors available for embedded chips and binding cement that can be used to achieve your desired aesthetic. As a result of the wide variety of styles and applications available for terrazzo flooring, it is a popular choice among architects interested in making their projects stand out.

What are Terrazzo Tiles? 

Terrazzo tiles are made from tiny pieces of marble, glass, granite, quartz (and many other building materials) and are placed together with cement or precast materials.

Terrazzo Tiles
Terrazzo Tiles

As soon as the tiles have been cured and converted to concrete material, they are polished before being used in a final application. 

The result is a set of stunning Terrazzo tiles. Depending on the materials used, they vary greatly in appearance and color. Alternatively, you may purchase ready-made tiles and install them yourself or apply them directly to the floor or walls.

  • Easy and Affordable Maintenance 

The tiles are rarely stained. Whenever something spills, you simply need to wipe it up as soon as possible. Nevertheless, an additional layer of coating is recommended to prevent scratches and stains. In addition, Terrazzo Tiles are extremely easy to maintain! With just a splash of water, you can clean your tiled home. Simple cleaning materials like cloth can easily clean the surface, which looks as good as new. Contrary to marbles or limestones, Terrazzo does not require much maintenance.

  • Durability 

Aside from giving your home a fantastic appearance and feel, it is also highly durable. They are among the most durable tiles available on the market. It is primarily due to the materials used. In addition to cement, it is composed of other materials that make it one of the strongest tiles on the market. Moreover, it does not absorb water, making it even more durable and resistant.

There is no need to worry about Terrazzo Tiles causing any inconvenience, as they will continue to look great for a long period of time.

  • Environment Friendly 

As a further benefit of using Terrazzo tiles, they are eco-friendly. These tiles are made from small pieces of stone and glass. Thus, it may be considered a recycled material.  Building materials are at an advantage at a time when consumers are more conscious of environmental hazards and seek out materials that are not harmful to the environment.

Why Choose Risala Flooring For Terrazzo Tiles?

Risala Flooring is capable of installing terrazzo tiles in practically any home, business or worksite in the country. Our meticulous standards ensure that every aspect of the process is completed to your complete satisfaction. As opposed to other companies that only offer a limited ‘one-size-fits-all’ service, we offer a customized service designed to solve almost any stone problem. Get in touch with our experts and let us discover the best solution for your needs.

Terrazzo tiles are a type of flooring made from a mixture of marble or other aggregates, mixed with a binder and formed into tiles. The tiles are then polished to create a smooth, durable, and visually appealing finish.

Terrazzo tiles offer numerous benefits, including durability, beauty, low maintenance, and sustainability. They are also highly customizable, with a wide range of colors and patterns available.

Terrazzo tiles can last for decades or even centuries with proper maintenance. The lifespan of the tiles depends on factors such as the quality of the materials, the installation process, and the level of foot traffic.

Terrazzo tiles are easy to clean and maintain. Sweep or dust mop regularly, and clean spills or stains with a mild detergent and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive tools, such as steel wool, on the surface. Regular maintenance and occasional resealing can help extend the life of the tiles.