Travertine


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At WPB, we know how to resolve any problems you may be having with your travertine.

We offer these services:

  • Cleaning
  • Sealing
  • Etch Removal
  • Repair
  • Refinishing (polishing and honing)
  • Filling Holes
  • Crack and Chip Repair
  • Enhancing

About Travertine

Travertine is a beautiful stone that adds warmth and style to any environment. It is a unique stone that comes in many different finishes, from a natural honed finish to a semi-glossy polished finish.

Travertine comes in what is known as filled and unfilled. What this means is that travertine naturally has holes that run throughout the stone.

The filled travertine is exactly what it says— the holes are filled giving the stone a smooth finish.

From time to time holes will become exposed in the filled travertine. We can repair these holes and make your travertine look new again.

Refinishing Travertine

Travertine comes in a honed (matte finish) and a polished finish. If so desired, we can change the finish from one to another or restore the original finish to a like new condition.

All travertine needs to be cared for and will from time to time need honing to remove scratches and etching or it will need to be re-polished and sealed. WPB offers services that will keep your travertine looking like new. Give us a call for cleaning, hone or polishing, or sealing your travertine.

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