Great-Looking Terrazzo Partitions And Engineered Stone

Terrazzo Partitions provide the best choice for your toilet and shower partition requirements. A Terrazzo Partition is an ideal material for partitions that offer you beautiful and long lasting barriers that divide your bathroom or toilet into spaces to enable you to have the kind of privacy that you want in your home. Such privacy is also important in mall restrooms, hotel washrooms and restaurant lavatories as well as in building restrooms by separating it into semi private cubicles.

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Terrazzo Partitions by Terrazzo Australian Marble are available in various colours and unlimited designs to suit your specific requirements. Steel reinforced panels are manufactured to withstand the most demanding of situations and installations. Terrazzo is also an ideal choice for vanity tops and urinal screens to complement the specific terrazzo partitions one has selected.

Engineered Stone Partition

Engineered stone is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive, (most commonly polymer resin, with some newer versions using cement mix). The two most common stones utilized in producing engineered stone partition products are marble and quartz.

Engineered stone has long been the staple material of choice for high use areas such as kitchen benchtops and commercial areas. Terrazzo Australian Marble has introduced into the market the San Marco Stone partition range to bring out the many capabilities of this remarkable product to the burgeoning amenity partition market.

Unlike natural stone countertops that are cut from pure granite, marble or sandstone, engineered stone counters are made from marble and quartz crystals held together with a resin binder. With a similar appearance to natural stone, but possessing benefits not available with natural materials.

Engineered Stone Countertops are Very Attractive

The marble or quartz material is compressed into slabs that have similar colour and texture to natural granite and slate. A notable difference you will notice is that the color is more uniform than most slabs of natural stone. Those who admire natural stone would find this as a disadvantage but the more important benefit is that the engineered stone can be perfectly matched throughout your kitchen.

Engineered stone colours can include earth tones across the entire spectrum, rose, grays plus a lot more. Most of these colours come from the natural color in the quartz, although colorants can be used to achieve your desired tone.

Engineered Stone Counters Are Durable

The finished material is very tough. It won’t crack as easily as granite or slate. Resistant to heat, so a hot pan won’t leave any burn markings. Surfaces scratch and cut resistant. But, one should still use a cutting board on top of them.

Easy To Clean

One of the disadvantages to natural stone countertops is that they are porous. Leaving room for bacteria to get into pores where it can be tough to remove. The surface of quartz countertops won’t absorb liquids, making clean up easier.

Surfaces Won’t Easily Stain

Natural stone is prone to staining from oil, wine, juice and other substances if not properly sealed. Engineered countertops stand up to these materials very well.

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