The Hamilton Parker Company sells and installs travertine tiles for countertops, backsplashes, flooring, and more throughout the Central Ohio area.
Bring the beauty of the Roman Colosseum into your home with stunning travertine tiles! Travertine is a naturally durable, abundant stone often found at the mouth of hot springs. It has been used for thousands of years as a sturdy and long-lasting building material. Travertine flooring is one of the most naturally attractive and durable options on the market, and travertine floor tiles can last for centuries if properly cared for. Travertine comes in a variety of exquisite colors and textures perfect for any décor.
If you are interested in learning more about travertine floor tiles please give us a call or fill out a form online! We invite you to visit one of our tile showrooms, conveniently located in Columbus, Cincinnati, or Delaware, OH.
Why Travertine Floor Tiles?
Travertine flooring is naturally dense and extremely hard. Formed by subterranean springs, hot springs, and other water sources, travertine is formed of mineral elements like calcium carbonate that build up over a long period of time. Somewhere between marble and limestone, travertine has a naturally porous surface and can be found in almost any cut, color, and finish you’re looking for.
Hamilton Parker offers travertine stone tiles in a wide variety of stunning shades and textures to match. Travertine flooring adds a distinguished, refined look to your décor and you can design your dream kitchen, bath, or entryway in one of the following naturally gorgeous colors:
- Golden Brown
- Polished- Polished travertine tiles have a shiny, smooth surface, and feel similar to marble tile.
- Brushed- Brushed travertine tiles are given a textured, worn appearance with a wire brush.
- Honed- Honed travertine tiles are sanded to create a matte finish.
- Tumbled- Tumbled travertine tile is literally tumbled with gravel to give it a rough-hewn textured look.
But travertine isn’t just for flooring. Its versatility makes it suitable for backsplashes or countertops and is even durable enough for outdoor spaces and décor. It might not be the best material for kitchen countertops, however, as the minerals in travertine are highly reactive with acidic solutions like orange juice or vinegar.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Travertine:
Like any other tiles, travertine has its benefits and its drawbacks. While it may be perfect for one project, it might not be the best choice for a different one.
- A natural abundant resource (environmentally friendly)
- Wide variety of exceptionally beautiful colors
- Can be used indoors and outdoors
- Hypoallergenic and antimicrobial
- May be stained or damaged by acidic liquids like orange juice or vinegar
- Naturally porous surface may trap dirt and liquids if not sealed properly
- Like most stone tiles, it becomes slippery when wet
Travertine Tile Installation in Central Ohio
Still not sure if travertine tiles are the type you’re looking for? Fill out an online form and we will put you in touch with one of our experts to help you decide. Once you’ve selected the perfect stone or tile for your indoor or outdoor design project, The Hamilton Parker Company is prepared to help you with your tile installation. We’re experts at all things tile, and have knowledge of all slip-resistance requirements for exterior tile use and more.
We invite you to view our indoor and outdoor tile selections at one of our showrooms—conveniently located in Columbus, Cincinnati, and Delaware, Ohio—or contact us today for tile installation services.