Polished Terrazzo Flooring | Sarasota, FL

Our professionals have the training and experience needed to deliver top-quality terrazzo floor polishing to Sarasota customers. We take great pride in the work we do. Our goal is to complete each project involving terrazzo floor polishing in Sarasota as swiftly and efficiently as possible.

With our company, it's easy to get attractive, long-lasting floors. By employing state-of-the-art equipment, we're able to supply precise terrazzo floor polishing to Sarasota customers. The professionals who complete your terrazzo floor polishing in Sarasota will be courteous and detail-oriented.



Care & Maintenance of Terrazzo

If you'd like to update the look of your terrazzo floors, we want to be your choice among companies that offer terrazzo restoration in Sarasota FL. Our highly trained staff has the skills needed to carry out large and small projects of terrazzo restoration in Sarasota FL. We use quality equipment and materials to remove stains and discolorations.

With each terrazzo restoration in Tampa FL that we complete, our goal is to restore a high-gloss shine, revealing the natural beauty of the stone. If you'd like to get an estimate for a terrazzo restoration in Sarasota FL, our staff would be happy to assist you.

Restoring a Existing Terrazzo Floor is the fraction of installation cost. Providing a environmental friendly artesian floor for very little money. Patching terrazzo can be done to match existing terrazzo and create seamless repairs. Terrazzo can be densified to add durability and protection from wear and tear. Diamond polished terrazzo will maintain its shine long-term although the initial restoration cost will be a little higher.


When dealing with terrazzo, the use of a pure surface coating (as most floor waxes are) is unnecessary and ordinarily NOT recommended. The terrazzo surface is at least 70% marble or aggregate. Applying a surface coating or wax may decrease the non-slip co-efficient of friction below the standard rating of 0.5. The marble chips and aggregates (which make up 70% of the terrazzo floor) have very low porosity and do not absorb most staining substances. The portion of the terrazzo that needs protection is the binder, especially portland cement, which is porous and will absorb stains. Terrazzo does not need protection from wear, it needs protection from absorption and this is achieved though the use of a penetrating sealer which seals off the pores in the binder.