When it comes to working on a new architectural project, it is sometimes difficult to pick which materials will best fit your clients’ flooring needs. They may need something that can withstand a lot of heavy foot traffic. Or they may need that will capture a person’s attention as he or she walks through the building.

Architectural Floor Plan

What’s the Secret Ingredient?

We’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be so difficult because we know the secret ingredient to any great floor design:


Not only is terrazzo a uniquely beautiful product that is customizable to each individual’s preference, it also boasts a range of other features.

Most notably, terrazzo flooring is extremely durable. In fact, it can withstand immense amounts of pressure.

Another prominent feature is its inability to sustain mold, mildew, or bacteria. You know what that means. It’s the perfect choice for schools and healthcare facilities.

Northside High School Terrazzo Flooring

Last, but certainly not least, is the life cycle cost of terrazzo.

We hear a lot of people talking about how they want to use terrazzo, but say they simply can’t afford it.

Well, here’s the thing: terrazzo may seem like a pricier option in the short-run, but once you look at the costs over a long period of time—those costs decrease a bit.

Epoxy Terrazzo Life Cycle Cost Chart

All of this combined with the fact that terrazzo goes well with almost every other material makes it the obvious choice. We’re sure you’ll agree.

Next time you find yourself in a bind while picking materials, just remember our secret ingredient and everything else should just fall into place.

Head over to our projects page to get a glimpse at some of our terrazzo installations.

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