ApplicationsAirports, Schools, Stadiums, Hospitals, Convention Centers, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Museums, Shopping Malls, Locker Rooms and other Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Applications
CharacteristicsCustomer assistance throughout the entire process, high aesthetic appeal, fast delivery times, durability and low maintenance, extensive color, pattern and aggregate options
CertificationCA 01350, LEED
For over 75 years, Terrazzo & Marble has been supplying terrazzo flooring to its customers. It is a single source supplier, providing products and services for every stage of its epoxy floors. Known for their flawless customer service, Terrazzo & Marble make sure that their floors are installed perfectly at every site.
The product has 3 main components:
- Terroxy Resin
Terroxy Resin Systems is an extensive line of epoxy products specially designed for terrazzo and industrial flooring. Terroxy Resin Systems provides peace of mind by enhancing the durability of your flooring system with the finest selection of quality primers, anti-fracture membranes and sealers; helping to make your flooring needs complete.
- Divider Strips
Commonly used in terrazzo flooring to serve two basic needs: form and function. Aesthetically, divider strips are often the skeleton to the terrazzo floor's design, offering architects and interior designers the ability to create custom designs and patterns. Divider strips may simply serve as a transition between colors or they may be bent on the job site or water-jet cut at the factory to form intricate designs, logo artwork and lettering. The thickness and metal of the divider strip may also be varied to compliment the flooring’s design. In most cases, the divider strip can be as apparent or discrete as your design requires.
Aggregates typically represent 70% of the terrazzo flooring design mix. These aggregates are most commonly marble chips; however, glass and other specialty aggregates are also suitable for terrazzo flooring and can qualify for LEED credits if they come from recycled content. Since 1947, Terrazzo & Marble has offered a variety of crushed marble and specialty aggregate for the terrazzo industry. Their history and experience have uncovered the most complete and exciting offering of specialty aggregate for terrazzo flooring. All chips are produced with a consistent crush, cleaned and dried to ensure a quality terrazzo design mix.
Benefits / Characteristics
- Durability and low maintenance: resistant to chemicals, oil, grease and bacteria, the Terroxy Resin Systems line is ideal for commercial, industrial and institutional applications. Its special formulation does not allow for colors to fade or wear thin. The colors you choose today will be just as vibrant in 40 years.
- Terroxy Resin Systems offer designers the ability to create the most distinctive patterns and the most vibrant color palette for their projects. This unlimited design and color flexibility is unique to epoxy flooring. By selecting the appropriate colors, patterns and aggregates, designers can create virtually any design imaginable.
- Cost effective: consider the lifecycle of an average commercial flooring system. During the lifetime of a building, the total cost of flooring may exceed 35 times the initial cost. With terrazzo flooring systems, floors will typically last the lifetime of the structure. While other systems may require many repairs or even replacement utilizing additional valuable resources, terrazzo flooring systems require minimal maintenance.
The Terroxy Resin Systems product line is environmentally friendly, whereas it provides durability and requires low maintenance, it uses recycled material for the aggregates, and it is manufactured on-site, minimizing post- commercial waste and transportation costs.
Indoor Air Quality
After being tested to verify if the product causes hazards in the indoor air quality, Terrazzo & Marble's Terroxy Resin Systems are proud to meet LEED EQ Credit, complying with the Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers (CA 10350).