The restoration of the Venetian floor begins with a careful analysis of the current state of the surface. We identify damage, wear and tear and imperfections. Experienced craftsmen then proceed with the cleaning, removing debris and damaged materials. Cracks and imperfections are repaired using suitable materials. The surface is then sanded and polished to restore its original lustre. The end result is a restored floor that retains its former splendour and authenticity.
Craftspeople often use traditional tools such as a terrazzo shovel, spade or pile driver, terrazzo trowel, column or roller, spirit level, trowel.
Careful choice of materials and craftsmanship are essential to ensure that the restoration of a Venetian floor is as faithful as possible to the original in terms of appearance, structure and durability.
Before starting the restoration of a Venetian floor, it is essential to make some assessments:
After dealing with these assessments, we will go on to prepare an intervention that respects the historical characteristics of the floor and to use appropriate, preferably original, materials, equipment and techniques. To achieve an aesthetically correct and consistent result, we will also avoid the use of materials and techniques that are incompatible with the nature of the floor materials. In this way, even if it will be impossible to reproduce the same seeding or the same present texture, we will still be able to preserve the authenticity of the existing pavement.
If you would like to bring an antique Venetian floor back to life, do not hesitate to contact us for further information and a customised quote.
We create Venetian floors with skilful craftsmanship and high-quality materials, respecting both the customer’s requirements and the surrounding environment.
Through maintenance and conservative restoration, we are able to contribute to the preservation of the historical heritage represented by Venetian floors
We restore antique floors in villas, palaces, arcades, public buildings and private homes in order to preserve the historical heritage of art.