Creating a Sophisticated, Cost-Effective Finish with Terrazzi Concrete Resurfacing

If you are looking for a sleek and sophisticated yet cost-effective way to finish a concrete surface in your home, office, or retail space, Terrazzi concrete resurfacing could be the answer. Ideal for both flooring and walls, the Terrazzi resurfacing system involves a three-part process:

Spray: The first portion of the process entails spraying Arapido, a specially formulated concrete resurfacing compound.

Broadcast: The second portion of the process entails broadcasting Cast-On, a proprietary blend of fine aggregates, recycled glass, and crushed marble, onto the Arapido before it dries. This creates a unique, one-of-a-kind pattern while also enhancing the strength and durability of the concrete surface.

Polish: Lastly, the Cast-On is polished in order to enhance the cement-aggregate pattern.

There are a number of advantages to Terrazzi concrete resurfacing. First, it offers superior strength and durability. It offers superior abrasion resistance and excellent bond strength, which can make it an ideal option for flooring that is susceptible to wear and tear. It also has impressive freeze-thaw stability, which makes it an ideal option for exterior and interior applications alike. In addition, both Arapido and Cast-On are made from zero-VOC materials.

At Düraamen, we offer Terrazzi products to meet a vast range of concrete resurfacing needs. Our Terrazzi concrete resurfacing is ideal for seamless polished concrete floor, stamped concrete, resurfacing concrete pool deck surfaces, and resurfacing vertical surfaces. Our Terrazzi system is available in a variety of color pigments and also accepts chemical stains, dyes, and water-based stains. With Düraamen’s Terrazzi concrete resurfacing products, your contractor can customize your concrete surface by choosing from a vast array of color combinations and textures to suit your preferences perfectly.

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