Are you planning to pave your backyard or front pathway? Pavers certainly make your outdoor space more usable without too much work. Pavers don’t require cement fixing like tiles, therefore the laying process is much simpler compared to its alternatives. As pavers are not permanently fixed, it’s also easy to remove and shift them if you need to.
Many people think of concrete or clay pavers when they think of cheap pavers. True, they’ve been easily accessible and they are some of the more budget friendly options for many because they are relatively easily produced. But at the same time, it’s true that everyone seems to have the same pavers as the colour options are very limited.
What if you could get something more original than factory made concrete or clay pavers for the same price or even less? Well, that’s what we offer at TFO and it’s definitely worth checking out if you are looking for exceptional pavers for your home.
By far, the biggest selling pavers here at TFO are Turkish travertine pavers. Travertine pavers have long been a luxurious and expensive option for many as they are imported from Europe. Still, its unique classic look has impressed many for centuries with many notable buildings and architecture featuring the stone. TFO has been able to find local quarries in Turkey that produce the finest travertine pavers in the region. What’s more, we directly import pavers from these quarries making it possible for us to offer pavers at wholesale prices.
Each and every piece of travertine paver is carefully honed by hand and then is put in a tumbling machine to chip off the edges, leaving unique natural bevelled edges on every piece. Most pavers are cut in 30-50mm thickness giving each piece a resistance to cracking under pressure. The natural porosity of the stone characterizes travertine pavers. They are not only beautiful to look at but also extremely practical as the natural porosity gives slip resistance to the stone.
If you are interested in some cheap pavers, why not check out our range of travertine pavers at TFO today.