Travertine Stone Tiles and Pavers

Romans used travertine to build temples, great range of architectural wonders, including Coliseum and Sacre-Coeur Basilica in Paris. There is no other natural stone which can add such subtle elegance of old-world charm, ranging from refined to rustic to any decor. Sourced from quarries in Turkey and being a natural stone with beautiful variations, travertine stone tile brings nature to your home decor. Travertine pavers are basically made from a type of limestone and is a by-product of natural hot springs. Many minerals are known to mix together for the natural formation of travertine. This creates random patterns and gives a distinctive look to these natural stones. The travertine flooring promises assorted color variations and great range of polishes for that perfect vibe to the decor. Travertine is mostly used for pool coping and known as “Travertine pool pavers” in Melbourne.

Being the most popular flooring choice for indoors and outdoors, these natural stones are known for durability, neutral color tones, rough hewn looks, great texture and striking appeal. They also offer easy installation and upkeep, making them widely in demand with more than 35 colour options.

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CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF TRAVERTINE

Travertine is a naturally porous stone with varying density. Predisposed to harsh acids and chemicals, it can easily stain. This drawback makes it a weaker option for kitchen countertops and bathrooms. But, if you are keen on using travertine in such areas, there are few tips to avoid stains and damage.

  1. Use protective sealer: The best way to prevent stains is to treat the travertine surface with a protective sealer. It is great to repel spills to sink in the surface and allows you to get considerable time to wipe off the spill.
  2. Non-treated dust mopping: Sand, grit and dust can do the maximum damage to the travertine applications. To minimize this abrasiveness, the interior travertine floors can be cleaned frequently with a non-treated dry dust mop.
  3. Do not use worn vacuum cleaners: This is recommended as the plastic or metal attachments can damage or scratch the travertine surface.
  4. Revitalise : Always use cleaner, protectors and revitalisers which are gentle, have pH-neutral formula and don’t damage the original protective seal.