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Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo Inc. offers a complete range of product types and services to suit any institutional, industrial or residential terrazzo project. We work with you to select the ideal materials and plan the process down to the smallest design details. Each step of the way through final installation is checked against our high-quality standards, and we are there after completion to ensure complete satisfaction.

More architects and contractors today are seeking durable yet eco-friendly materials. Epoxy terrazzo supports these characteristics, providing them with a beautiful and cost-effective flooring. Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo installs epoxy terrazzo throughout the Southern United States. Epoxy terrazzo is 3/8″ thick and can be used in many applications such as concrete and wood. Epoxy terrazzo has the lowest maintenance among other flooring materials, making it the most cost-effective flooring today.

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Cementitious Terrazzo Installation

Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo installs cemenititious terrazzo. There are multiple cementitious terrazzo systems.  The National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association recommends using a sand cushion system, claiming it is the best cement-based system available. Other cement based systems include bonded terrazzo, monolithic terrazzo and rustic terrazzo. If you are seeking to use terrazzo for outdoor purposes, rustic terrazzo is highly recommended.

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Precast Terrazzo Installation

Not all terrazzo is poured in place. Precast terrazzo is a slab created and then transported to the installation site. We work with leading precast manufacturers to install treads, countertops, wall panels and other precast terrazzo products for commercial, institutional and residential projects. Precast terrazzo offers the same aesthetic beauty found with epoxy terrazzo and cementitious terrazzo installations, but at a faster completion time. Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo works with architects and interior designers to find the perfect customization.

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Terrazzo Design and Logos

The great thing about terrazzo is that any design is possible. From logos, graphics, lettering, and other designs, our skilled drafting team at Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo can create the perfect artwork for your floor. We also work with design professionals to help you find the right epoxy resin colors and aggregates to complete your floor design. Architectural and design professionals may ask for a terrazzo sample at no cost to them.

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Terrazzo Consultation Services

Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo is an excellent team. Our owner and our project managers have years of experience working in the terrazzo industry. If you have questions about terrazzo, our team of experts will work with you from the drawing boards to the terrazzo floor’s completion. We offer consultation, specifications, and preparation to architects, general contractors and designers. Among the services we offer is a complete development of your project, which includes helping you pick the right epoxy color, the right aggregates, and the right design elements for the floor. We also present custom samples and shop drawings for your review.  Our team of estimators can offer a cost analysis for your project, to help make guide your decision-making. You can also come visit us in Charlotte, North Carolina and speak with us one on one.  When it comes to terrazzo, Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo is your choice in terrazzo.

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Terrazzo Repairs

Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo can restore your terrazzo, making a floor look new again. Although epoxy terrazzo is durable, there are times when terrazzo floors become damaged due to improper installations and care. If you have scratches, cracks, holes, stains or other issues with a terrazzo floor, Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo can repair, polish and restore the surface.

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Doyle Dickerson Terrazzo Provides Services in the Following States:
    • Alabama
    • Arizona
    • Arkansas
    • Florida
    • Georgia
    • Louisiana
    • Maryland
    • Mississippi
    • Missouri
    • New Mexico
    • North Carolina
    • Oklahoma
    • Puerto Rico
    • South Carolina
    • Tennessee
    • Texas
    • Virginia