How Are Terrazzo Floors Made?


Terrazzo is a word from Italian language and it is made from marble, granite, onyx and glass chips embedded in cement. Terrazzo floors are made by combining marble or other stone pieces and sand or cement mix. It lasts long because it uses all-natural materials. The terrazzo floor is made, poured and then cured at the point of installation.
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