3 Factors to consider before you Travertine Tiles
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3 Factors to consider before you Travertine Tiles

Natural stones add a touch of sophistication and elegance to any property. It gives your space a timeless and luxurious look.

While there are numerous type of natural stones in the market, travertine, a form of limestone is quite a popular choice among many architects, interior designers and landscape artists.

Travertine stone tiles are sleek, durable and naturally gorgeous.

If you are planning for travertine for pool coping or paving, there are certain factors that you must consider when you buy them.

This blog offers a handy guide to help you buy the best quality and beautiful travertine to get the best value on your investment.

  1. Buy from the best supplier: Choose a trustworthy and reputable natural stone supplier to buy travertine. It is highly recommended you consider a business that (ethically) sources travertine from the leading quarries in Asia or Europe. Moreover, make sure you approach a supplier with a robust and reliable customer service team so that you get constant assistance while you shop for the tiles.
  2. Check out travertine grades – Grades define the quality of travertine tile. It is highly recommended that you always go for a premium grade, as it comes with minimum or no discolouration. Moreover, travertine with high grades has more thickness and precise and consistent cuts.
  3. Different types of travertine tiles – Travertine tiles are classifieds according to its finish:
    • Polished
    • Honed
    • Filled
    • Brushed
    • Chiselled

Each of these travertine has its benefits that can make or even look of your property. For example, tumbled travertine is ideal for high traffic areas or travertine pool coping as it is non-slippery. However, if you like a subtle and elegant look for your property, tumbled travertine may not be the right choice.

At Aushenstone, we have a wide range of high-quality travertine pavers and tile that are ideal for both residential and commercial spaces. Contact us for more information.