Travertine is a most versatile stone noted for the beauty of its appearance. It comes in a variety of finishes, colors, and patterns. Travertine tile can be used indoors on many surfaces. Classic Travertine Tile is often used in floors throughout the home because of its durability, beauty, and ease of maintenance. Kitchen floors, entryways, living rooms, dens, recreation rooms, and basements are floors which commonly use travertine tile. Because it is fairly non-porous when filled, a homeowner can easily sweep or mop up allergens and hairs on the surface. This is in contrast to wood or carpet where allergens and hairs can stay embedded fairly easily. In the bathroom, when sealed, Classic Travertine Tile is virtually waterproof. You can tile your shower pan, shower walls, floor, countertop, and walls with Classic Travertine Tile. Travertine can give your bathroom a simple, modernist style; or an ornate look, like an Italian Spa.
The Tile categories and classifications such as Granite, Marble, Travertine, Onyx, Slate etc. are based on generally accepted industry classifications. They do not necessarily reflect the geological composition of the material. Stone Tile Liquidators gives no guarantee or representation of the geological composition of any stone tiles. Buyer must determine slip resistance suitability and maintainability. Natural stones, porcelain, quartz and related tiles represent products of nature; Stone Tile Liquidators cannot be held responsible in any cause of action resulting from their use in any form.
|Other Industry Names||No|
|Pieces Per Box||10|
|Coverage Per Piece||1 sq. ft.|
|Coverage Per Box||10 sq. ft.|
|Weight Per Piece (lbs.)||5.5000|
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