Vetrazzo

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P.O. Box 238, 200 Georgia Marble Lane
Tate, GA 30177
About Vetrazzo
  • Exquisite recycled glass surfaces. Vetrazzo is a line of exquisite surface material crafted from recycled glass, which is used for countertops, tabletops, flooring, and architectural cladding. Vetrazzo offers a stunning and lively signature for homes and commercial projects. And because 100% of the glass we use is recycled, Vetrazzo is one of the "greenest" building material on the market, so it allows homeowners, architects, designers, and builders to exhibit both their style and their respect for the environment. Vetrazzo is composed of a patent-pending formula that includes recycled glass, cement, additives and pigments. Glass sources include curbside recycling programs, post industrial usage, windows, drinking glasses, stemware, automotive glass, stained glass, laboratory glass, reclaimed glass from building demolition, and other unusual sources such as traffic light lenses. Because of the unique nature of the glass used in the production process, every Vetrazzo surface has its own history. Vetrazzo is comparable in both price and durability to high-end granite and other premium surface materials.
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