What is travertine used for?
Travertine is a sedimentary rock by nature and has been framed by years of statement. The shading of the travertine is brought about by contaminations that are saved in the bedrock, for example, press, together with the residue in mineral-rich waterways. Travertine is characterized by holes, otherwise called pores, made from carbon dioxide evasion it is hard stone that has been used in construction. At Natural Stone US Showroom, We offer premium grade Travertine, Travertine tile, travertine floor tile, travertine floors in the Bay Area, city of San Jose, CA. Travertine tile has different hues and finishes, like noce, ivory, classic, beige, walnut, gold, tan and silver. Due to the variation in coloring and texture of travertine, every piece of travertine tile looks different. Travertine is nature’s work of art so it brings a touch of nature to your home with the appeal and value.
We have the available sizes of travertine tile are 4"x4", 3"x6", 6"x6", 12"x12", 12"x24" tile pattern, 18"x18", 24"x24" and French (Versailles) Pattern in stock. Travertine tile can be used for many applications, such as kitchen flooring, indoor floor tile, patio flooring, backsplash tile, pool tiles, patio decks, bathroom tiles, and more. Travertine floor tiles are used principally in interior applications and covered patio and pool decks with an existing concrete surface. It is perfect for pool decks, as it reflects heat during the days but remains cool due to heat resistant properties. They have anti- slip and anti-heat characteristics so they make them ideal for pool decks or pathways to pool. You can easily find the perfect match for your interior and exterior flooring needs.
Honed travertine tiles finish is best for travertine floors. This has a smooth, uniform surface with a matte finish. It causes less reflection of light than the polished finish and enhances indoor design. The honed finish creates a comfortable floor surface. However, smooth honed travertine doesn’t have the glossy feel of polished travertine. When polished travertine gets slippery when wet.