Cheapest Travertine Tiles

Turkish Travertine Tiles at Only $24/m2!

Travertine floor tiles are a top pick for many homeowners looking to upgrade their décor. What are some advantages of using travertine flooring, and what points should be kept in mind to get the full benefit from your installation? Before singing the praises of travertine, first consider why TFO should be your first choice for travertine.

We offer premium travertine tiles at $24 /m2, a price unmatched in Sydney. Only TFO can provide you with top quality tiles at outlet prices. So stop in at our Sydney showroom and view our wide range of travertine tiling options, or check out our selection of tiles online and compare prices. Seeing is believing.

At $24 /m2 travertine is now an affordable option for you. There are definite advantages to using travertine in your home décor. No doubt the old world, natural, rustic beauty of stone is what initially attracted you to this type of installation. The uniqueness of each tile contributes to this look. However, this uniqueness also has an added benefit. If you ever need to replace a single travertine tile, it is much easier to find a replacement that fits in with the current installation than it would be to replace a porcelain tile where each set of tiles is unique, and tiles brought in from another batch might clash.

Yet another advantage of travertine tile is that it is easy to cut and shape. As a result, when you need that small corner piece or your installation requires an oddly shaped tile, it will be less labor intensive to get the required shape than it would be when cutting a much denser type of tile like porcelain.

Having said all of this, the best thing about travertine must be the rustic feel it creates in the area. Travertine tiles even feel soft under your feet and that makes them a great option even for your internal rooms such as kitchen, living room and bathrooms.

Some points to keep in mind when choosing travertine tiles:

  • This type of natural stone tile, though very durable, is quite porous meaning it has tiny holes which allow it to absorb liquid. It goes without saying then that if a coloured liquid like grape juice is spilled on it and not immediately wiped up, it can stain your travertine. Sealing helps protect the tiles from this type of damage, ask one of our friendly staff for avaialable options.
  • Tumbled travertine tiles best represent the rustic feel of travertine. However, for an easy maintenance, you may choose to fills holes on the surface of tiles.

Buy Turkish travertine at $24 /m2 in store today or buy online now!

6 comments… add one
  • Geoffrey Houlison September 20, 2017, 3:22 pm

    We are going to use travertine tiles to do a patio it’s 4.3 mm wide and 12.3 long ! What would be the best size to use the 600 or the 400 ?
    Thanks

    • The Guys at TFO September 27, 2017, 1:25 pm

      Hi there, thanks for your enquiry. Either of these formats will suit this area however, we recommend using the larger size as it will make the area appear bigger.

  • joy byrne May 21, 2017, 10:46 am

    What we need for our suspended deck is travertine tiles not pavers too thick, with the distances of 270 decking gaps the tiles to come as close as poss 450mm. What is the maintenance on these I just love the appearance and finish, thanking you joy byrne we are in the lake macquarie area Hearing from you soon, we have a area 110 square meters

    • The Guys at TFO May 25, 2017, 5:44 pm

      Hi Joyce, thanks for your enquiry. Due to the fact that you have a suspended deck, you will need to get technical advice from an engineer regarding weight bearing capacity. To take care of your travertine it is recommended to seal it to prevent it from staining. Please give us a call on (02) 8728 7800 and speak to Linley or Gino if you need any further information.

  • Brett December 14, 2016, 1:51 pm

    What thickness is the travertine tiles. I noticed 12mm but I require 30mm

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