A better home
For our most pressing environmental and human health challenges, all paths lead to the home. The home consumes the highest amount of our natural resources such as water and energy, produces the greatest amount of landfills and is where we are exposed to the greatest number of toxins in our lives. With the work to solve these problems, Terroso finds new ways to dramatically change the quality of our lives. We can build better shelters for ourselves, our communities and our planet.
Home improvement needs to be rethought. Products and services are often subject to our needs and expectations in terms of quality, health and sustainability. As a result, houses are not built with people and our environment in the head. Terroso invents home improvement with the twin goals of ecological and human health.
Our core principles are applied to everything in the business. From sophisticated and innovative products to comprehensive, high-quality services - each element is designed to create a better home.
All our products were created around the idea of providing beautiful and sustainable living choices.
The procurement of raw materials, the production techniques that require less energy, the life of the products and their disposal all have one thing in common, which is to reduce our environmental impact as a society.
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We are a Berlin start-up, but our team works from two continents. The sourcing and production team works in Asia and our sales team in Europe. Of course, we embrace the youthful creative spirit of Berlin and learn from people of different cultures that we meet on our journey.
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We want to help our community through various charitable efforts. Whether it's donation clothing in the winter or help at a local street kitchen we try whatever we can do help people in need.
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