You’ve Chosen To Use Travertine Stone, Now What’s the Best Travertine Grout?
Stone tile is a popular option for both indoor and outdoor projects, but whether you’re using marble, slate, granite or travertine, grout and stone choice is an important decision. While you might really appreciate the look of a certain stone, it may not be a suitable choice for your particular project. There is such a wide variety of stone, however, that you’re sure to find an option that suits you.
By choosing natural stone, you’re already making a good decision, because it’s a beautiful, green option. Moisture resistant and sturdy, natural stone doesn’t have the same off-gassing (air pollutants) you find in synthetic products. However, stone tiles can have very high maintenance requirements, needing to be sealed and cleaned regularly, with specially formulated cleaners. It’s porous, can be brittle and easy to stain or scratch. Still, the right stone can make a striking impression, and if you choose the right stone for your project, you can end up with a beautiful and long lasting result.
Other natural stone choices include:
The Best Choice for Stone Grout
Whether you’re looking for glass, marble, slate or travertine grout or tile, The Tile Doctor® has solutions for all your grout and tile needs. The Tile Doctor® is proud to carry the STAINMASTER™ tile and grout system, along with tile care and use chemicals, cement grout additives, and more. STAINMASTER™ tiles are made to emulate natural materials like slate and travertine, without the hassle of maintaining natural stone. With many of our collections, for instance, you won’t need travertine grout to fill in pits, because you get the look of travertine without the drawbacks. In addition, The Tile Doctor® carries Starlike® Specialty Grout, which comes in a total of ninety-four finishes, suitable for whichever tile you choose to use.
Discover innovative solutions to all your travertine grout needs. Call 1-877-TileDoc(845-3362)to speak with a tile and grout specialist, or for helpful tips and resources.
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