How Our Sampling Service Can Help Speed Up Your Design Process

Remodeling floors, whether it be in a home, office, school, or other workplaces, can often be a daunting task. With countless different colors, shapes, and styles to choose from, it’s no wonder designers and contractors occasionally struggle with finding the right fit for a particular project. Klein & Co Terrazzo’s aggregate sampling service is the perfect solution to help speed up the design process! Read on to discover how our services can assist you with your next project.

What is the Klein & Co Terrazzo’s Aggregate Sampling Service?

The service allows designers, contractors, and architects to custom create their own terrazzo and aggregate samples for any design need. By experimenting with a variety of different color and pattern combinations, you can discover the best fit for your project in the space it’ll be installed in. Terrazzo samples are made with your exact specifications in a 6” x 6” x 3/8” K-Poxy® Epoxy Matrix or cement. We also provide pre-packaged kits that serve as a useful tool during the design process.

How Can I Order Samples from Klein & Co Terrazzo?

To create your own custom sample with our aggregate sampling service, simply fill out this form on our website. You’ll only need to share your name, contact information, and up to ten desired terrazzo colors. We can send any aggregates from any Epoxy manufacturer! You are also welcome to give us a call at 800-241-0681 if you’d like to ask us any questions about our products and services.

More about Klein & Co Terrazzo

Klein & Co Terrazzo is a terrazzo flooring company that specializes in delivering the finest products to our many clients. We’ve been working in this industry for over 60 years, during which we’ve helped countless designers and contractors with a wide range of projects. Our skilled team can assist you in transforming your home or workspace from start to finish. We provide consultations to guide you in choosing the right color palette and style along with assistance in finding a NTMA certified installer. No project is too big or too small; contact us  to learn more!