Natural Stone / August 19, 2018 / FifineAsselin
One of the reasons that so many people are falling in love with Travertine tiles is that they maintain a cool temperature even if the hot sun has been baking them all day. When getting out of the pool after taking a relaxing swim to cool off the last thing anyone wants to do is step on a hot paved area. The natural stone Travertine pavers maintain a cool temperature that is rarely found when using faux stone pavers made of concrete or other materials. So much more appealing compared to the alternatives For many years concrete was the most popular method of paving a pool and patio area so when designers implemented Travertine tiles into their designs homeowners began choosing them over traditional concrete floors.
Another reason why many are now choosing floor tiles made from natural stone materials is they are considered to be eco-friendly. Opting for natural stone tiles for your home or business from local areas or even from your home country will help reduce your carbon footprint as well as support local businesses. Not only do these types of tiles last a long time and simply look stunning but they can also add value to your property. If your home has been upgraded or renovated with high quality materials this will often be noticed by prospective buyers should you wish to sell your pretty in the future. Estate agents and potential buyers will appreciate the quality and detail of features such as flooring and will often be prepared to pay for such quality too.
There are different types of sealer such as invisible sealer color enhancer sealer deep sealer etc. Depending on your purpose you would choose the proper sealer. For example invisible sealer does not change the character or color of your tiles while still protecting it but color enhancer sealer will make your tiles darker and will bring the color out. Deep sealer is used for more porous natural stone such as limestone and sandstone. This process must be repeated every couple of years depending on the type and quality of you Stone. For example for travertine and limestone this should be done every two to three years and for granite and marble it could be done every four to five years.