Travertine has long been appreciated for its incredible beauty. With earth tones that aren’t bland or boring, and unique color variations, they add interest to any surface. The bad news is that if you don’t properly take care of travertine, it can begin to look less than its best very quickly. This isn’t surprising considering that travertine is soft, calcium0based, and vulnerable to flaws from scratches, stains, and etches.
This is why so many people turn to Fuller Stone Care for help with their travertine stone. Whether you need it cleaned, sealed, polished, or restored, we have you covered. Read on to learn more about our available services and then contact us at 855-205-0972 for your free quote.
The importance of travertine cleaning
Travertine is often used for bathroom tiles. While it looks great in the bathroom, if it’s not cleaned regularly then mold can thrive on this stone. The great news is that travertine cleaning is one of our specialties. We are well versed in cleaning travertine in ways that are both safe and thorough. We can get rid of the mold without hurting your stone.
Sealing can help prevent the need for cleaning or repair
Travertine is a porous stone, and as is true of other porous stones, sealing it can help reduce the size of the pores. This makes it easier to clean and can help prevent damage. When you work with Fuller Stone Care, you’re working with a company that’s highly experienced in sealing travertine. You can trust that we use the best products and the most effective – and safest – application techniques.
Polishing can help make the stone look as good as new
No matter if your stone is polished or has a honed finish, it may eventually become worn, etched, or scratched. If that’s the case, then you’ll need refinishing. By using the most innovative tools and equipment on the market, including options with both diamond and nano abrasive polishing compounds, Fuller Stone Care is able to remove imperfections. The end result is travertine with a fresh, brand new look.
We can repair your travertine for you
If your travertine is need of repair, then your next call should be to Fuller Stone Care. Remember that this stone is soft and has many natural holes. In some cases, those holes are filled in at the factory. These conditions can lead to chips, holes, and other issues. We can use a uniquely formulated epoxy that’s tinted to perfectly match your stone.
It’s true that there are DIY kits to repair travertine but this is an extremely delicate task. Without allowing the professionals to take care of it, you’re risking further damage to your stone that will only bring on additional costs to repair.
Are you ready for a free estimate?
Is it time for you to have your travertine cleaned, polished, or sealed? Then it’s time to call Fuller Stone Care at 855-205-0972 for your free estimate. We are here to help you ensure you’re enjoying the best possible services for your travertine.