Nov 22, 2018 5:11 pm
We own a 1960s house with terrazzo steps on front and rear entry doors.
The front step has broken apart on the house-side of the door where the transition strip was embedded. There are a few chunks of terrazzo above the rusted rebar.
Is it possible to repair this, perhaps with resin or will I need to replace it?
Any resources would be great as there isn’t much info apart from polished flooring. I also saw a previous post from 2016 about this
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