|... of building products, including ceramic and stone tile
installation systems; surface preparation products; exterior insulation finish
systems (eifs); flooring and construction adhesives; and epoxy terrazzo
flooring. tec products are used in both commercial and residential applications,
for new construction and renovation. popular products include full flex® tile
and stone mortar, accucolor® ...|
|...rative—your own personal reprieve—and is equipped to meet a growing demand for a connection to nature, mindfulness and wellness.
from marble looks reminiscent of old-world opulence to retro-inspired terrazzo and contemporary aggregates, many of wilsonart’s new quartz designs are influenced by mother nature—a natural source of life-giving and nurturing.
|...d to preserving this quality image.
in the 1920's, our grandfather joseph salvo emigrated from
italy to the united states and, with hard work and a strong commitment,
established his own marble, terrazzo and tile company.
when our father elio e. salvo founded miracle sealants company
he utilized the knowledge learned from his father and in turn, passed it on to
his sons joseph and albert...|
|...epoxy resin terrazzo tile flooring is a combination of resin, recycled glass and recycled aggregates, often including a percentage of pre-consumer waste recycled materials. certain terrazzo products can contribute to the points needed for leed certification. manufactured flexible epoxy resin terrazzo tile is perfect for high-traffic areas where longevity and low-maintenance requirements are demand...|
|...use as flooring. stone flooring is uses a similar installation method to ceramic tile. slate and marble are popular types of stone flooring that requires polishing and sealing. stone aggregates, like terrazzo, can also used instead of raw cut stone and are available as either preformed tiles or to be constructed in-place using a cement binder.
porcelain stoneware can be used instead of natural st...|
|...terrazzo is a composite material, poured in place or precast, which is used for floor and wall treatments. it consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder (for chemical binding), polymeric (for physical binding), or a combination of both. metal strips often divide sections, or changes in color or material in a pattern. additiona...|
|...ed and replaced when damaged. tiles are available in a variety of colors from several major flooring manufacturers. some manufacturers have created vinyl tiles that very closely resemble wood, stone, terrazzo, and concrete and hundreds of varying patterns.
|...stones throughout our history. each mini collection features one-of-a-kind mosaics and stunning field tiles in an array of materials ranging from premiere marble stones, mother of pearl shell, glass, terrazzo, and handmade ceramics...|
|...y high levels of foot traffic, such as airports, or organizations that need their flooring to last upwards of fifteen years, you may need to look at a more durable flooring type, such as porcelain or terrazzo tile.
health and safety – if you work in an environment where there is an increased risk of slips and falls, then a cushioned flooring type such as carpet is likely to be a better fit.
|...is low emitting and contains a balance of pre- and post-consumer recycled content.
azterraazterra vet (vinyl enhanced tile) infuses the look of marble with granite-like particles to create a dynamic terrazzo visual. with lower maintenance and increased durability, azterra is suitable for retail, education, and other applications looking to balance cost with performance. the series offers 23 color...|
|... square meters ) roll, containing 18 rolls per pallet. applicable for
interior use only, it’s suitable substrates include concrete, mortar beds,
exterior glue plywood, cement backer board, cement terrazzo, cement tile and
for more information, visit laticrete.com.
laticrete is a leading manufacturer of globally proven construction solutions
for the building indus...|
|...if you have a building or public space in need of a flooring upgrade, you may consider using terrazzo tile. a low-maintenance flooring option that’s been around for decades, terrazzo is made by blending marble, granite, quartz or glass chips into a cement binder. the results provide durability, but also visual depth, and its unmistakable mid-century look has seen an enormous resurgence in populari...|
|...A smooth multicolored floor made of marble or stone chips embedded in a cement binder, then highly polished. Traditionally terrazzo floors are poured and set on site, but manufactured terrazzo tiles are also available...|
|...A form of mosaic flooring made by embedding marble, onyx, granite, or glass chips in Portland cement, polyacrylate modified Portland cement, or resinous matrices. The terrazzo is poured in place, cured, ground, and then polished. Rustic terrazzo is a variation where, in lieu of the grinding and polishing, the surface is washed with water otherwise treated to expose the chips. Quartz, quartzite,...|
|...or use as flooring. Stone flooring uses a similar installation method to ceramic tile. Slate and marble are popular types of stone flooring that requires polishing and sealing. Stone aggregates, like Terrazzo, can also be used instead of raw cut stone and are available as either preformed tiles or to be constructed in-place using a cement binder.
Porcelain stoneware can be used instead of ...|