hum... quick question...
when one replaces cast iron plumbing in a house renovation, code requires that the old stuff be dug up. That means that 1.5 foot trenches are dug across the foundation/floor of your home. Usually, the GC fills it back with regular concrete after the inspection.
Question: Is there any reason why the terazzo couldn't be patched with terazzo? Or, what about patching it with concrete, then layering the entire slap with fresh terrazo?
My husband and I love our downstairs terrazo. But any renovations will destroy it... if we were to renovate down to the slab and maybe one wall still standing...
You may be able to contact a terazzo company at your Florida home and ask them what to do.
It is impossible to match the existing terazzo and I wouldn't think a new coat of it would bond very well over the sealer. Your earlier idea about mixing hardwoods may have some application with the terazzo.
Terazzo is beautiful and I don't blame you for not wanting to loose it.
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