Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Countertops
Vetrazzo is Made From Recycled Glass
Vetrazzo is a line of exquisite surface materials crafted from recycled glass and used anywhere natural stone is used; countertops, tabletops, architectural cladding and more. Vetrazzo surfaces offer a stunning and lively signature for residential or commercial projects. With over 85% recycled glass content, Vetrazzo allows homeowners, architects, designers, and builders to exhibit both their style and their respect for the earth and environment.
All of the glass used in Vetrazzo is recycled, and it makes up approximately 85% of the final material. The largest source of glass is the neighborhood curbside recycling programs. Other glass comes from post-industrial usage, windows, drinking glasses, stemware, automotive glass, stained glass, laboratory glass, reclaimed glass from building demolition, and other unusual sources such as decommissioned 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 strength, scratch resistance, thermal resistance, durability, and care and maintenance to granite. Vetrazzo can be used wherever granite or other natural stone surfaces are used. One key difference between granite and Vetrazzo is that, because Vetrazzo is made entirely in the US and is composed of more than 85% recycled material, Vetrazzo is one of the most environmentally friendly surface materials on the market.
When you buy Vetrazzo, you get an exquisite surface material—truly a work of art—that becomes the centerpiece for your home or project. What else makes it sparkle? A high glass content, expansive color palette, and story in every surface. From architectural to art glass, to beer bottles and jars, each mix is a signature blend of color and life that tells a story.
We're proud to serve our customers throughout Fremont, Newark, Oakland, Alameda, Menlo Park, Baylands, Blacow, South Sundale, Sundale, Glenmoor, Centerville, Grimmer, Cabrillo, Milpitas, Union City, Ardenwood, Northgate, Irvington, Warm Springs, and the greater San Jose, California area.