– Monolithic terrazzo

The thickness of the layer is 12-40 mm.

It is poured on a concrete base with a thickness of at least 50 mm, which has been staying for at least 30 days after preparation. To avoid cracks, the entire floor is divided into sectors of a size not exceeding 3 m2. For large surfaces, elastic expansion joints must be used. They usually coincide with the thermal joints in the concrete base..

It is important to remember that the monolithic terrazzo is a decorative surface which is not intended to serve as a concrete base. The quality of the monolithic terrazzo directly depends on the quality of the concrete base, and any inner defect is also likely to occur with the monolithic terrazzo!

– Mosaic tiles

The tiles are laid using a semi-dry mixture with 20-60 mm thick layer. This is especially recommended for commercial area flooring where goods are transported by carts and loaders, since ceramic tiles cannot withstand loads and usually break.

– Natural stone (granite, limestone, marble).

– Exposed textured or machined (hammered) tiles

Such tiles are used outdoors – they feature rough surface which reduces the risk of slipping. They can be installed both on the concrete foundation and on the sand.