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Looking for the WOW factor in your flooring project?


Our team at Bonitz encourages you to Think Terrazzo! 

Terrazzo flooring is a popular choice for many commercial and residential buildings due to its durability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal.  It’s comprised of chips of marble, glass, and recycled materials to create a rich, finished surface unlike traditional flooring options.  Although it’s not the most expensive specialty flooring on the market, it sure looks like it is!


As active members of the NTMA (National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association) and Southeastern Terrazzo & Marble Association, we adhere to the strictest quality standards.


The most important decision you will make when considering Terrazzo is choosing the right company for your project.  The right partner will be knowledgeable about Terrazzo, and help you determine the correct texture, depth, and colors. 


Our team can customize your mixture to make it uniquely YOURS, meaning nobody else can replicate your flooring aesthetic.  Bonitz has a team with expertise to assist you in navigating the entire process. 

Why Terrazzo?


Aesthetically Pleasing

Terrazzo flooring can be designed with a variety of colors and patterns, which can add visual interest and beauty to any space.

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Make a Statement

Want to make a statement? Let us help with a custom logo for your lobby.


Terrazzo flooring is made from a mixture of epoxy resin with marble chips, making it highly durable and resistant to wear and tear. It can last for many decades with proper maintenance.



Terrazzo flooring can be customized with a variety of colors and designs, making it a versatile option for any space. It can be used in a wide range of settings, including commercial, institutional, and residential buildings.


Easy to Maintain

Terrazzo flooring is relatively easy to maintain. Regular cleaning and occasional polishing can keep it looking new for years.

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Terrazzo flooring is made from natural materials and can be recycled or ground up and used as aggregate in new terrazzo or other construction projects, making it an eco-friendly choice.

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Terrazzo flooring is in it for the long haul, by out lasting other products.  We have brought back to life terrazzo found under other floor covers from 60 plus years ago.



Terrazzo is a low-VOC emitting material that can contribute to good indoor air quality.


In summary, terrazzo flooring is a durable, versatile, and low-maintenance flooring option that can add both aesthetic appeal and sustainability to any space.

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