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March 6, 2019

Reasons To Build With Travertine

Travertine is a form of naturally-occurring limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs. This month we are going to talk about reasons to build with travertine. Travertine is a sedimentary and porous rock type that is used as building material. If you want your stone to last a while, you need to make sure you take care of it professionally. This stone can be harmed easily:

  • Acidic liquids like soft drinks, juice, chemical cleaners, and chlorine
  • Stone scratches easily but professionals can buff the scratches out
  • Stains and discoloration happens over time

Texas Subtropical Climate

Natural stone is happy in the outdoor environment, but they are very picky about leaving their known habitat. When they are taken out of their happy home and put in a harsh environment, they can damage easily. Texas has extreme hot temperatures and extremely cold temperatures. This subtropical climate leaves natural stone vulnerable to mold, calcification, and mildew. Texas Stone Sealers has several in-house TSS PRO sealants available. This is where you must trust the experts.

Your natural stone is an investment in the look of your home whether you have indoor concrete floors or an outdoor natural stone patio. You want to protect flagstone or any natural stone from erosion issues. Trust in the industry-leading professionals at Texas Stone Sealers. The Texas stone cleaning and restoration team can come to your residence or place of commercial business and give you a free estimate on sealing travertine. Over time, your once gorgeous outdoor patio was brand new.

Investment in Fragile Stone

You can look on our website at the work that we provide for our clients. There are before and after pictures along with the type of stone that we can provide for you. A sealant is not only a must but an investment. Your satisfaction is a direct reflection of the professional work that we do. Word of mouth is vital to any business and that is why Texas Stone Sealers would like for you to team up with us and make your home or business look as professional as possible.


Texas battles the tough Gulf Coast weather year-round. These are reasons to build with travertine. Professionals can come out and give you an estimate for the stone in your backyard. The application of sealant should be put on your stone every 5-7 years. Give us the chance to come out and give you a free estimate and talk with you about preserving such precious areas. You can check out our website by clicking here.




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