Stone is one of the best flooring materials available. Not only does it stand up well against the test of time with minimal wear and tear, it’s meant for walking. Whether you have muddy boots, high heels, or feet in socks, it works for both your front room and spare bedrooms, as well as everywhere in between. Here are two reasons why you should consider travertine floors when it’s time to replace your current flooring.
Travertine is a long-term flooring that matches any future renovations.
Some floors only work with certain styles and color choices. The bright blue carpeting of the 1980s can’t integrate with most modern styles, and hardwood’s stain can clash with your furniture and home decor. But travertine tile has a softer, neutral color palette that blends in with any look without being boring. You can choose from a selection of tiles ranging from off-white to tan or gray, and you can even find tiles with a light gradient that includes all three colors. Earthy stone matches everything so you don’t have to worry you chose the wrong flooring a couple of years down the line or restrict your future style.
Natural stone tiles can help cool down a room and warm it up at night.
Temperature control is always a major factor in Texas homes. The summers can be broiling and winter has occasional flash freezes and cold rainstorms. But you can use your home’s materials to help moderate the temperature. Travertine has just the right thermal mass, or ability to store heat, so it stays cool during the day and helps keep the air a bit cooler, too. The heat it absorbs from sunny windows and the ambient temperature also helps regulate its temperature at night so it’s not an icy shock. Go to First US Flooring to find travertine tiles in the right gradient and size for your home.