Terrazzo Flooring Cost

Terrazzo Lifecycle Costs

Most Cost-Effective Flooring System for Commercial Buildings

Commercial applications like schools, hospitals, and restaurants are increasingly adding terrazzo for its floors. Why you may ask? Terrazzo provides a great return in investment over the years for its longevity and design aesthetics. In fact, terrazzo has gained a resurgence because the material qualifies for LEED certification, as the material has a composition of up to 72 percent of post-consumer materials.


Terrazzo may have a higher initial cost than some flooring options available, but over time terrazzo is cost-effective. Because terrazzo requires less frequent replacements and low maintenance in comparison to materials like carpet or tile, terrazzo is a great option, especially for high-traffic areas.


TERRAZZCO® Brand Products offers competitive pricing for all its epoxy resins, aggregates and precast. For more information about terrazzo flooring cost, please download our brochure below:


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Figuring Out the Cost for Terrazzo?

Terrazzo flooring offers a long-term solution for designers and architects for their projects. With terrazzo gaining popularity recently, it is becoming a material that is highly sought after, which leads to the question: How much does terrazzo flooring cost?


Total project costs depend on a few factors:

  • Total square footage of the project
  • Type of materials used
  • The complexity of the design
  • The location of the project


As a result, terrazzo flooring costs vary. Estimates can range from as low as $14 per square foot and as high as $90 per square feet for a terrazzo project depending on cost factors. On average, you can expect the total cost to install a terrazzo floor for a commercial building to be $20 to $30 per square ft. For accurate estimates, contact a terrazzo-approved contractor in your area. Concord Terrazzo Company collaborates with architects and designers to offer budget-friendly solutions so that you can find ways to add epoxy terrazzo to your institutional, commercial, and industrial projects.

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