Travertine Tiles

Travertine Tiles

Travertine Tiles are highly regarded for their subtle brilliance and unmatched elegance. They have gained popularity due to their stylish appearance and gentle colour palette. When considering Travertine floor tiles, it's essential to ensure they have a thickness ranging from a minimum of 12 mm to less than 30 mm. These Travertine tiles are a top choice for various indoor and wall applications, making them ideal for spaces like living rooms, entrances, bedrooms, kitchens, balconies and decorative accents. Additionally, outdoor Travertine tiles serve well in applications such as cornerstones, retaining walls and facades.

One remarkable feature of Travertine floor tiles is their ability to remain cool even during scorching summer days. They possess the unique quality of absorbing coolness from the ground beneath them while reflecting heat, effectively regulating the surrounding temperature. This quality makes Travertine pool tiles a popular choice for outdoor pool areas. Cleaning tiles Travertine is a breeze, requiring only a pH-neutral cleaner to keep them in pristine condition.

We offer a wide selection of Travertine Tiles in Sydney and Brisbane, which have gained popularity among households across Australia. These tiles come in various colours and finishes, including tumbled & unfilled and honed & filled, each captivating with its innate beauty. Moreover, Travertine stone tiles are known for their durability and ease of maintenance, typically requiring a good sealant to shield them from staining, fading and dust accumulation. Some homeowners even prefer to leave the holes in Travertine floor tiles unfilled, creating a rugged, natural appearance. In such cases, sealing the Travertine remains essential for long-lasting beauty and protection.

Stone Depot is among the leading wholesale suppliers of premium natural stones in Australia. We deliver across Australia including Brisbane (QLD), Sydney (NSW), Melbourne (VIC), Adelaide (SA) and others. We help you personalize your space with natural stones catering to every style. Our broad range of tiles, pavers and walling is available in Travertine, Limestone, Granite, Marble and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are Travertine Tiles Expensive?

The cost of Travertine tiles might vary based on aspects like quality, finish and size. Between the price of Ceramic and Marble tiles, they are often thought to be reasonably pricey. Although lower-quality choices could be more affordable, premium-grade Travertine tiles can be pricey.

2. Is Travertine Tile Slippery When Wet?

Travertine tiles can be slippery when wet. Travertine's surface naturally contains pits and crevices that can collect water and become risky, especially in wet areas like swimming pools. Using the right sealer will improve the tile's water resistance and make it safer to walk on in areas with moisture.

3. Are Travertine Tiles High Maintenance?

No, Travertine tiles are not high maintenance. They need some maintenance, such as routine sealing and cleaning, but it is not as much as other natural stone options. They can maintain their attractive appearance and sound condition with proper maintenance.

4. Does Travertine Tile Need Grout?

Yes, Travertine tiles often need grout. Grout is used to fill the spaces between the tiles to provide stability and keep dirt and moisture from getting between the tiles. It also aids in giving the tiled area a polished, coherent appearance.

5. How Do You Rejuvenate Travertine Tiles?

Cleaning Travertine tiles using a pH-neutral stone cleaner can rejuvenate them. You can treat grout stains with baking soda and water or a cleaner to keep them shiny and guard against future wear and tear.

6. Can Travertine be used around saltwater pools? If so, should it be sealed?

Yes, Travertine can be used around saltwater pools. It is because of its ability to resist chemicals and chlorine. Also, we recommend sealing the stones for longevity.

7. Can Travertine be used outside?

Travertine can be used for outdoor space. However, you must ensure not to install Travertine tiles in areas with heavy foot traffic, as they may break due to their weight. Instead, pavers are used for those kinds of spaces.

8. How can I remove stains from Travertine?

To get rid of any stains from Travertine, first blot the spot with a fresh cloth. Then, use a mild liquid home cleaner, such as detergent, acetone, or ammonia, to remove the stain. Using a moist towel, apply the product to the stone. Cover the stain with a cloth to extract the oil-based substance. That’s all.

9. Can I spray bleach on Travertine to clean it?

No, you should not spray bleach on any Travertine stone to clean it as it can damage the stone. Bleach on Travertine tiles leads to discolouration and fading.

10. Is Travertine heat resistant?

Yes, Travertine is heat resistant, making it the perfect pick for pool decks or kitchen areas.

11. Is Travertine an expensive stone?

Yes, Travertine is an expensive stone when compared to the alternatives. However, the long-term re-seal value of the space justifies the initial cost.

12. Does Travertine absorb heat?

No Travertine reflects heat instead of absorbing it. It is because of this quality that they are used for pool areas where you can even walk on the stones on a sunny day.

13. What’s the best way to remove stains from Travertine tile?

The best way to remove stains from Travertine tiles is by combining a mix of water and baking soda with your PH-neutral cleaning agent. It helps get those strains away in a quickie.

14. Can Travertine be used in cold weather climates?

Yes, Travertine tiles can be used in cold weather climates. It is what makes this natural stone a perfect pick for Australian climates.

15. Should I use Travertine Tiles for my driveway?

No, you shouldn’t use Travertine tiles for your driveway since tiles have a thickness in between 12mm to 20mm which can easily break because of high footfall. Instead, you can select pavers for your driveway.


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