Terrazzo Repaired, Polished, Restored
We Specialize In Terrazzo Services
It is often the practice to coat or wax terrazzo to achieve a polished look, but this solution can result in yellowing and form a layer that traps dirt. With this method, what’s on top of the terrazzo must be repeatedly stripped and reapplied.
A natural polish eliminates the need for coatings, which can save time and money. However, in certain circumstances, a very high performance coating may be applied to achieve beautiful and lasting results. Let’s discuss your needs to determine the best possible approach to cleaning and restoring your terrazzo.
Restore your terrazzo to a glorious state with a hard, glass-like finish.
Beyond Clean Tile can restore your terrazzo to a glorious Mid Century Modern state with a beautiful finish that is oh-so-easy to maintain. Terrazzo, popular in the 50s and 60s, is making a comeback. Terrazzo that is yellowed with layer upon layer of wax build-up or buried for who knows how many years under carpet, linoleum, or tile may not look like it can be restored. But we can hone and polish your terrazzo floors to reveal the brand new surface that lies beneath so your colorful little specks of marble glisten once again.
We can resolve virtually any problem you encounter:
- Stain and Etch Removal
- Restore or Change Finish
- Crack and Chip Repair
- Sealing / Protecting
Terrazzo is a unique surface, primarily found as flooring, that traditionally contains marble chips of different sizes and colors held together with a cement base or, in newer applications, with a resin or epoxy base. Aggregates other than marble may also be used.
How to Care for Your Terrazzo
Properly cleaned, sealed, and maintained terrazzo retains its beautiful shine and color. Sweep or dust mop your floors regularly to remove any debris that can get ground into the surface. Use only recommended cleaning products to keep your terrazzo looking like new with minimum maintenance. We make it a point to educate our customers on proper stone care. Visit our Caring For It page to download our FREE Stone and Tile Care Guide and view recommended products.