Water Resistant Terrazzo Flooring


Epoxy terrazzo is a water-resistant flooring system ideal for any commercial property .


Water can cause building owners to replace their floors unexpectedly. Common issues include softening of the flooring material, discoloration, warping or swelling, or the appearance of mold.  However, water cannot be absorbed by epoxy terrazzo giving it an advantage over common flooring types including wood, carpet, ceramic tile, and VCT.

When the unexpected happens, it can cost building owners money to replace the floors. Epoxy terrazzo is a water-resistant flooring system that undergoes minimal repairs and no replacements during its lifecycle. Here are common locations where you should consider terrazzo for your next project to avoid water damages to your floor costing you time and money.

  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Commercial Restrooms
  • Water Treatment Facilities
  • Food Processing Facilities
  • Aquariums
  • Pool Centers
  • Restaurants
  • Waterfront Property
  • Hurricane-Prone States
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Commercial Restroom Water Resistant Terrazzo Flooring

Moisture Resistant Terrazzo Flooring


Epoxy terrazzo is largely becoming the ideal terrazzo system for commercial and institutional buildings for its wider color selections, lighter weight, higher strength, and faster installation; however, an epoxy terrazzo system does not breathe. If moisture is not addressed at the beginning of a project, epoxy terrazzo installations can fail.


With TERRAZZCO Moisture Mitigation System 950, Concord Terrazzo Company provides a solution that keeps your project on schedule and without failure. High humidity levels can cause disbondment between the concrete and the terrazzo topping; however, Moisture Mitigation System 950 can be applied on the top surface of concrete slabs providing a retarder against moisture vapor transmission for slabs having a relative humidity exceeding 75%.

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