Most people in the United States will move every five years, which means that statistically a family will move at least five to six times, with some moving more and some moving less.
In this more mobile world, finding ways to increase the value of a home both for your aesthetic pleasure as well as for future resale is an important consideration for a home renovation. Making the most of our lower prices as we import both marble and travertine can help you to install top quality, low-cost travertine flooring that will boost the short and long term value of your home.
At Travertine Warehouse, we work with both contractors as well as the general public to supply top quality travertine and marble. In many cases when people come in to buy materials for a custom travertine pool deck, they also have questions about how to find the right pool contractor. read more →
One of the ways most people have been taught to make a decision is to make a list of pros and cons to any particular choice. At the Travertine Warehouse, we have completed this activity in trying to help our customers when they are considering a marble pool deck.
We were able to come up with many different reasons why a marble deck was a terrific option, and we think you will agree. However, despite our best efforts, we couldn’t think of anything we didn’t like.
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At Travertine Warehouse, our goal is to provide our customers with the best selection of travertine and marble tile, pavers and accessories. In total, we import in excess of 6 million square feet of travertine every year, and we continue to grow and expand.
We are a direct importer of travertine, which means there are no middlemen involved in the shipping and handling of the material. This eliminates a large part of the additional cost of travertine from other dealers across the country, and we are happy to pass on those travertine wholesale savings to our customers.
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The versatility of a travertine paver is one of the reasons our clients, including some of the top contractors in the country, recommend this natural stone to their clients. read more →
For the do-it-yourselfers out there Travertine Warehouse offers a range of different types of marble pool coping to meet your needs. We have standard pool coping, which is used to create a lovely, soft and gentle rounded edge at any waterline. This includes a pool, hot tub, or even a backyard pond surrounded by a patio or deck area. read more →
Travertine is a natural stone that has been in use for centuries. From the ancient Greeks and Romans through to the present day, this material has found favor. It has been employed both indoors and outdoors. Today, you can find homes with travertine walls as well as a solid travertine deck for the pool. read more →
At Travertine Warehouse, we sell travertine and marble tiles, pavers, coping and respective accessories. See the below given image and findout the versatility of travertine available at our website.
The most popular sizes for indoor Travertine Tiles are French Pattern, 12×12, 16X16 and 18×18. Larger sizes such as 24×24 travertine tiles are also gaining popularity among American Homes. Some homeowners even use travertine tiles for pool decks in order to cut down on the material cost, since tiles are usually cheaper than pavers. read more →
Travertine Remodeling Copings can be placed on top of existing pool copings opposed to having to remove your current pool copings while remodeling your pool. Using remodeling pool copings can be more cost effective during your pool remodeling process but the drawback is that you can only remodel once. Should you decide to remodel again, obviously you’d have to remove the existing remodeling copings. In other words, you can not place a remodeling coping on top of another remodeling coping. read more →