Houston TX Travertine Sealers

Texas Stone Sealers should be your go-to Houston TX travertine sealers. Stone sealing is our specialty because we offer experienced, professional, and high-quality seals. Natural stone wears easily over time. Constant contact with the outside elements or moisture may cause it to lose color, chip, and draw bacteria.

Texas Stone Sealers offers sealing services for every natural stone. Our services in Houston offer to seal for tile floors, countertops, patios, decks, and other travertine surfaces. Your natural stone will get a deep cleaning before it is sealed with one of our high-quality sealants.

We developed our own sealants because we found others did not last as long. Furthermore, they never got the job done. So, our sealants are advanced sealants that use Cross-linking Technology or CLT. This technology is an important factor in our sealants lasting for several years. Clients get a seven-year warranty for their sealant, so they know it is a quality product.

We highly recommend you obtain a sealant for your travertine surfaces. This stone is a type of limestone and is extremely susceptible to moisture and abrasive substances. Texas Stone Sealers can seal the stone completely so that it lasts longer and looks better.

Travertine Services

Travertine is a form of limestone that commonly develops around the formation of hot springs. This stone is fibrous and is founded in a variety of different colors. Travertine is the most commonly sued stone in modern building material. So, your home’s floors, countertops, patio, or pool deck may be made out of it. If that is the case, then you will want to get it sealed as soon as possible.

Travertine is often used for pool coping.

In the United States, travertine is more popular outside of homes. So, travertine may make up your pool’s deck, outside fireplaces, or even walls. Acidic substances take a huge toll on travertine, which is why it should be sealed in a timely fashion. If you have travertine for your patio or pool deck, you will certainly need a sealant to protect it.

Travertine can easily be scratched and etched into. Saltwater pools will also have a major impact on the stone. A patio made from travertine can receive scratches from patio furniture or other elements. If your travertine already has damage, our team can buff them out to get the natural look back.

As we have already alluded to, travertine is a soft stone. That means the cleaning process must not include acidic chemicals. If so, the stone will age prematurely and lose color. Always clean travertine with a sponge or cloth. Find a mild stone cleaner or just use water to clean the surface of the stone. If you spill soda or wine on your travertine, clean up the mess immediately. The faster you act, the better chance you have of preserving the stone.

Seal Your Travertine Tiles Today

As you now know, travertine is a very vulnerable stone. It needs to be taken care of, or it will not last as long as it should. Texas Stone Sealers can seal your travertine surfaces, so the stone lasts longer, and you can worry less about its life. Our sealants can protect it from water, accidental spills, animal waste, salt water, and so much more. A travertine sealant will help keep this gorgeous stone from being ruined.

Texas Stone Sealers offers two different kinds of travertine seals. One gives a natural finish with a matte look. It is essentially a matte finish. The other is an enhanced sheen stone sealer that gives a glossy finish. Below, you can find a list of travertine surfaces we can apply both of these sealants to:

  • Shower tiles
  • Travertine flooring
  • Outdoor travertine pavers
  • Wall tile
  • Pool coping
  • Pool decks
  • Courtyards

Other Stone Sealing Surfaces

Brick, concrete, and pavers are other surfaces we can seal.

Travertine is only one type of stone Texas Stone Sealers is capable of servicing. The Houston area is full of various stone surfaces. The frequent rain and change in weather make these stone surfaces susceptible to damage. That said, our team can clean and seal your stone surfaces, so they are no longer beat by the weather and daily activities.

Texas Stone Sealers developed a wide variety of sealers that apply to all types of stone. These sealants help prevent various ailments like chipping, staining, and scratching. A sealant will prevent these issues from occurring. Subsequently, homeowners save time and money. Furthermore, they improve the look of your home. Your neighbors will notice the better-looking stone in no time.

Clients can find a small sample of the types of stone we seal below. If you do not find your stone, do not worry! We are capable of sealing all kinds of stones in all kinds of places in and outside of the home.

  • Flagstone
  • Limestone
  • Paver stone
  • Slate
  • Bluestone
  • Soapstone
  • Coral stone
  • Brick
  • Concrete
  • Marble
  • Granite

What is Cross-Linking Technology?

Cross-linking technology

Bubbling water is not the best way to test if your stone is sealed or not.

As we have mentioned already, our sealants use cross-linking technology or CLT. CLT is a term used in the field of chemistry when two or more polymer chains connect to each other. Our sealant’s polymer chains attach to those of the stone. These bonds develop the barrier against moisture and bacteria.

Cross-linking Technology offers a wide range of benefits for users. Firstly, owners will find the sealant gives their stone a better look. The sealant will also save them time and money later on. Homeowners will not have to worry about having to reseal every couple of years. Instead, they can live comfortably, knowing their sealant has a seven-year warranty.

Houston TX Travertine Sealers

If you are interested in Texas Stone Sealers, then give us a call today. Schedule an appointment by calling (713) 429-0469. Our team will work with you to obtain the best looking stone and create the strongest seal possible. Travertine is a very soft stone and should be cared for at the highest degree. Texas Stone Sealers’ sealants are some of the most advanced on the market. Be sure to visit our Houston location page to find out what else we can do for you. So, give us a call when you need Houston TX travertine sealers.

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