What Every Buyer Should Know About Travertine Tiles Before Purchase
Travertine is by and large beige or ivory in color; however, numerous varieties are accessible – from Silver, Scabos (a compilation of beige and reds), Noce (caramel to chocolate browns), and the prevalent Classic assortments (white and grays). All travertine tiles are appropriate for use indoors, outside, and near water. Travertine normally has a porous surface – these are frequently loaded with a resin or a sealer to fill the pores. In the event that the gaps are left open, these are named “unfilled” and the gaps ought to be sealed after installing it. Extremely prominent are the tumbled floor tiles – this tumbled finish is accessible for the greater part of the hues – exemplary, ivory, noce, and gold to give some examples. The tumbled stones are generally unfilled.
Travertine originated from Turkey, although we are able to mine it in our own quarries since Florida is rich in limestone.