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Noce Travertine Tile - (Cross-cut) 6x6 3/8 Filled & Honed

Travertine tiles are natural and robust tiles with beautiful variations. You can find travertine tile floor in different sizes, styles, designs, and colors that can meet your interior and exterior flooring needs. 

In addition, it is an excellent option for home and commercial use. It is affordable because travertine tiles have less cost than slate and marble. The travertine tile floor has a unique look that can inspire your colleagues and friends.

Therefore, we have numerous travertine tiles such as black travertine brick, Diana royal, Durango cream travertine brick, and many more in different sizes at affordable prices. Our tiles are durable and reliable in addition to their elegant looks that can make your home eye-catching. However, you can buy travertine floor tile from our online platform at affordable prices.

Advantages of travertine tile floor:

Travertine Tile Floor are natural and robust tiles with beautiful variations. You can buy these tiles in different sizes, styles, designs, and colors. Apart from being a beautiful tile, travertine tiles have a lot of other advantages. Travertine floor tile is highly resistant to heat, moisture, stains, and scratches so you don't have to worry about its durability. 

You will not need to replace them if they get damaged because they can withstand heat, moisture, and scratches. 

  • Flexible replacement¬†
  • Need low maintenance¬†
  • Add value to the room
  • Affordable tiles
  • Durable and reliable¬†
  • Practical choice¬†
  • Versatility

Types of travertine tile floor:

The travertine tile floor is being used as flooring and backsplash and it is available in four styles and textures.

  1. Brushed: It has a non-reflective or matte finish due to the rough and brush surface.
  2. Honed: It has a polished look; honed travertine is between glossy and matte 
  3. Polished: Polished travertine tile has a sophisticated style and eye-catching look with a shiny and glossy surface.
  4. Tumbled: Tumbled travertine has an aged, ancient and rustic look. 

How to care for the travertine tile floor?

A travertine tile is easy to maintain because you have to use just warm water, a microfiber rag, or mob and gentle cleaners. You can remove the moisture on it by using a microfiber rag, furthermore, you have to do mopping once a week it will be enough. 

Why travertine tiles?

Mixed (Ivory + Noce + Gold) Travertine Mosaic 1x1 Random Split-faced

There are a lot of benefits that you can get from travertine tiles and there are a lot of reasons why you should invest in this type of tile. Travertine tile floors are not just a luxury. They are also a practical choice when it comes to home improvement. 

If you like a shiny look you must make a polished travertine tile floor in your home. Your home will be safer and more secure. And if you are starting to renovate your home then you should think about investing in these tiles so you can get more value for your money.

Travertine tiles are a perfect choice to beautify your homes. They are beautiful and can add a touch of elegance to your home. If you are looking for the right tiles to use for your home, then you can consider travertine tiles. In addition, these tiles have a lot of benefits over other kinds of tiles that you can find on the market today and this is what will make them a good choice for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is travertine tile?

Natural mineral springs are where you can find limestone, which is necessary to make travertine. Travertine's antique pattern is the result of a combination of minerals during its formation. The tiles' stunning appearance and durability make them one of the most popular tiles.

2. How do you clean travertine flooring?

You should clean your floors every week to prevent small particles from scratching the tiles. Use a neutral cleaner that has a PH balance to properly protect your sealer and maintain your flooring. Avoid using acidic or abrasive cleaners on your floors, and mop them with a damp mop. So, we recommend grout and tile neutral cleaner and natural stone deep cleaner from superior adhesives & chemicals for travertine.

3. Are travertine tile floors outdated?

Travertine is a popular type of stone used in architectural marvels. But did you know that it's not outmoded and is still a good choice? Some people think that travertine tiles or pavers are not modern enough, but they're more durable and last longer.

4. Are travertine floor tiles expensive?

Like other natural stones, travertine can vary in its price. It can range from $3 to $30 per square foot. The finish can vary depending on the quality and type, with a natural texture being the least expensive and honed, polished, and the sealed surface being the most expensive.

5. Can you use travertine tile on the floor?

Travertine installation is about as easy as installing any other tile, but it must be done with care. For example, when you install travertine tiles, you will need to use a wet saw to cut the tiles to the appropriate size. This is not an easy job, but the material is both sturdy and beautiful‚ÄĒmaking it worth your time.¬†

6. Is travertine tile out of style?

No, this is not outdated and can never be. Travertine, a sedimentary rock that falls into the limestone categories, is a popular choice for developers, interior designers, and homeowners. As one of the most durable stones in the world, it has many advantages. Such as its resistance to wear and tear or how it can be polished to different degrees. The travertine stone finish isn't outdated and will not go out of style anytime soon because of its many advantages.

7. Is travertine out of style in 2022?

It's time to give travertine attention. The much-loved stone has been upstaged by other trends in the past, but it's time for this beauty to shine. If you're looking to 2021 or 2022, expect to see bright colors, loud patterns, and wavy shapes. Travertine points to a renewed love for the 1980s, which was an era of maximalism. This year, everything from bold colors to loud patterns to abstract shapes has made a comeback. It seems like the '80s are back and they seem to be here to stay.

8. Does travertine increase home value?

It surely increases the value of the home. If you're looking for a timeless elegance to your space, look no further than travertine. This stone is still popular among homeowners today, even though marble and granite are more well-known. It's beautiful and durable, too.

9. Can travertine tile be used in a shower?

Yes. As with any natural stone, you need to safeguard your shower surfaces against the mineral content of the water by sealing your tiles. We suggest using any of the sealer's superior adhesives & chemicals that can last between 10 and 15 years. Enhance & seal give your stone a wet appearance. The high-quality gold sealer provides a natural-looking finish provided in pint, quart, and gallon sizes.

10. Does travertine flooring become slippery when wet?

A wet surface is potentially dangerous. It's the most dangerous situation with your feet wet and the feeling that you step on is wet. The polished and honed stones, which are smooth and flat, are less slippery than surfaces filled, brushed, and tumbled. Find a solution to this problem by designing your floors to feel some roughness when you come indoors and in the bathtub or shower. 

11. Is it possible to use travertine tiles outdoors?

No. Travertine tile cannot be used outdoors.

12. Where can travertine flooring be installed?

Travertine tile flooring can be used in bathrooms. However, it is also used in kitchens as well as other rooms. It is a good choice for any place you'd put ceramic or stone, such as bathtub surrounds, shower floors, foyers, floors, and more.

13. Is it necessary to seal travertine tiles? What should I use as a sealant?

Like all mineral stones, natural stone, travertine is naturally porous. Ensure that your travertine floors are protected by sealing them before and after installation. Nesttile online floor tile store recommends using enhancement & seal or premium gold stone sealer from superior adhesives & chemicals that can last between 10 and 15 years.

14. What is the durability of the travertine tile floor? Does it scratch or crack easily?

Travertine isn't as soft as marble, but it is not as hard as granite. You should be extra careful when moving large objects over your travertine floors if they are not properly protected. Be aware of the finishing you select and what type of space you're placing it in. One of the great things about polished floors is that they can be restored if necessary at a later date. It's only when it's not installed correctly that the travertine will crack. Cracks usually only occur when there is movement within the floor, so proper installation is crucial. Travertine is naturally porous, and therefore, make sure you fill in the gaps on the side of the tile using a thin-set (commonly known as "back buttering") before you put the tile on the mortar bed.

15. What’s the difference between travertine and porcelain tiles?

The most common material for porcelain tiles is clay, while travertine is limestone transformed into stone. Porcelain tiles are usually more expensive because they are less porous and more durable than travertine. 

16. What is the thickness of travertine tile?

A travertine tile floor is between 3/8 up to ¬ľ thick. Certain tiles are thicker to give the travertine tile greater force. It is essential to speak with the store manager at Nesttile to confirm the thickness you want for the installation you want to make.


 

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