Terrazzo Tiles


Concord Precast Terrazzo Tiles are an accessory to the TERRAZZCO poured in place epoxy terrazzo system for use in small commercial areas. All custom tiles come in various design and size options.



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Terrazzo Tiles

Applicable Use of Tile for Commercial Spaces

Concord Precast has the capability to manufacture epoxy terrazzo tile for small commercial projects. For projects over 1,000 square feet, a Concord Terrazzo Company advisor can recommend a suitable floor finish. Tiles can be installed in the following spaces:


  • Stair landings
  • Elevator cabs
  • Small entrance lobbies
  • Commercial restrooms
Terrazzo Tiles

Elevator Cabs

Terrazzo Tiles Stair Landing

Stair Landings

Terrazzo Tiles - Small Commercial Areas

Small Commercial Areas

When to Pair Terrazzo Tile with Our Epoxy Terrazzo System?

Precast terrazzo achieves many of the aesthetic qualities of our poured in place epoxy terrazzo floors. Terrazzo tiles work as a perfect substitute for traditional terrazzo where there may be substrate concerns. More so, tiles come close to an epoxy terrazzo installation without the cure time and labor. All precast products are fabricated at our in-house precast department crafted and polished by hand with accuracy and quality.


From a construction standpoint, terrazzo tiles can be applied like traditional tiles. It is also 50% lighter than other tiling materials, making it valuable for multi-story installations. In addition to flooring, a custom tile can be used to make astonishing countertops, walls, and other indoor applications. In comparison to ceramic and stone tiles, terrazzo is more cost-effective and durable floor finish.


Most projects can be completed with seamless terrazzo (and in shorter time); however, we provide architects the option to add tiles for elevator cabs and stair landings. For projects over 1,000 square feet, we recommend architects and designers contact Concord Terrazzo Company to discuss terrazzo solutions.

Terrazzo Tiles

Tile Customization

Size Options
12"x12" at 3/8" to 1/2" thickness
18"x18" at 3/8" to 1/2" thickness
24"x24" at 3/8" to 1/2" thickness
24"x48" at 3/8" to 1/2" thickness
Custom Sizes Available Upon Request
Additional Options
Colors Any color using TERRAZZCO EZPour Epoxy 158
Finish Polished
Compressive Strength 10,000 PSI
Flexural Strength 4,500 PSI

Color Options


When designing with TERRAZZCO, epoxy terrazzo provides limitless color options and a combination of aggregates. Browse our collections.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer terrazzo tiles as a standalone product?

While we primarily specialize in poured-in-place terrazzo flooring systems, we can provide tiles as an accessory item to complement our flooring system. This is commonly done for areas such as stair landings and elevator cabs. However, please note that we do not typically produce tiles as a standalone product for large projects due to operational considerations.


If you have a small project that requires terrazzo tiles, we encourage you to reach out to us. Our representative will be happy to review the possibility of producing the material specifically for your project and provide you with the best solution available.

What sizes are available for terrazzo tiles?

We offer a variety of size options for tiles to complement your project.


Our range includes 12×12, 18×18, 24×24, and 24×48 tiles with a thickness ranging from 3/8″ to 1/2″.


These tiles are designed to be used as an accessory product alongside poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo flooring.

Which is better: Terrazzo tiles or poured-in-place terrazzo?

Poured-in-place terrazzo and tiles each have their unique advantages. However, if we were to lean towards a recommendation, poured-in-place terrazzo tends to offer superior benefits.


It provides a seamless, continuous surface without grout lines, offering a visually stunning and uniform appearance. Poured-in-place terrazzo also allows for more design flexibility, as intricate patterns and custom designs can be achieved. It ensures a more precise fit, especially for curved or irregular spaces.


Furthermore, opting for poured-in-place terrazzo makes the procurement of materials easier, as it eliminates the need to source and coordinate tiles prior to the installation timeline.