What is a travertine paver?
Travertine is a form of limestone / natural stone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs.
Where to buy travertine pavers (and how much do they cost)?
There are different grades of pavers available, ranging from cheap, to high end. At Euro Marble, we are a premium grade supplier, therefore the cost will be higher than purchasing down at Bunnings (cheap / low quality), though you notice the price difference by looking at the quality.
Want to know more? Simply get in touch and we can send over a price list. We also supply commercial customers at wholesale rates, so get in touch about trade pricing.
Colours, Styles & Patterns: You may find travertine in the following permeations: silver, french pattern, white, turkish, grey, amber, gold, crema. At Euro Marble, we only sell on style that is suitable for pavers; Classic Travertine
Delivery: We deliver travertine pavers to all areas in Sydney, should you wish to organise interstate delivery we are able to securely pack and crate the items ready for safe transportation.
How much does it cost to install travertine pavers?
Generally, a contractor (tiler or landscaper) will charge you per square meter rate for installation. Your location in Australia, the size of the job, the size of the pavers, and several other factors will all influence the installation cost. At Euro Marble, we offer a full service from measure to installation, be sure to get in contact with one of our sales representatives for an accurate quotation.
How do you install travertine pavers?
It depends what foundation you will install on top. Will the travertine be installed over concrete? Or will it be installed on sand? What type of spacing will you use? These will all come into play.
The basic process involves: cutting, laying, grouting and then sealing.
It’s important that you know how to clean your travertine pavers. Regular, and correct cleaning will ensure that pavers are kept free from mold – increasing their durability and lifespan.
Can you use travertine tile outside?
Yes. It’s a suitable material for both inside and outdoor applications. We see many clients using travertine indoors, in the kitchen, outside; on the patio, driveway, in the garden and for the swimming pools (this includes around the pool – as the pool deck). Due the chemical composition of travertine, it means that the material is suitable for both chlorinated pool areas and salt water pool areas. We do not recommend it as a material for the cladding of the actual pool, as the material is not water tight.