Travertine pavers come in many styles and various colors. Travertine pavers are created by depositions in hot springs or rivers. Depending on what types of materials are deposited into the water, the color of the natural stone will vary. Travertine colors are available in a variety of tones of caramel, grey, brown, ivory, red and gold. Natural travertine is also found in shades of rust. The shades of rust can be used in beautiful combinations of yellow, brown, and pink. For those who want more of a concrete appearance, travertine comes in white and beige. The travertine pavers are very durable and last for many years which is one of the best benefits of installing this natural stone. The colors also do not suffer discoloration and retain their luster even after many years of usage. This stone does not show any signs of efflorescence that are visible in concrete and other such substances. The Travertine Pavers are a formation of natural materials that have been created over a long period of time. As a result, the travertine stone has a variety of natural colorations and patterns.
The advantages of travertine pavers include longevity and durability. Travertine pavers come in many finishes, however, tumbled and brushed pavers are often the most popular among homebuilders and homeowners. These pavers offer tough resistance to all kinds of extreme temperature conditions. Unlike other minerals, travertine has a tendency to stay cool in extreme heat hence it is appropriate for outdoor spaces. The tumbling of travertine pavers results in a non-slip surface and which prevents accidents from taking place. In addition to being slip resistant, one of the best features is that it stays cool underneath one's feet in hot conditions. When you walk barefoot, as usually is the case in a pool area, they will not be hot on your feet. These pavers do not require cement or mortar for setting and can be used easily to make a path through a garden, border the swimming pool, or to make a terrace. Travertine Tumbled pavers are suitable for pool coping around saltwater pools.