Travertine is a sedimentary stone, which means the stone is formed by deposits of minerals and other materials. The sediments are usually formed in ground and surface waters or geothermally heated hot springs. Travertine often has a fibrous or concentric appearance. And it comes in a variety of color like white, tan, cream-colored. Also, it has even rusty kinds. Travertine is a form of limestone, which is also a sedimentary stone. The sediment of limestone is made up of calcium carbonates such as aragonite and calcite, just like travertine. Most travertine tiles are about half an inch thick, and the surface of a travertine tile can come filled or unfilled.
RESISTANT TO THE PASSAGE OF TIME
-Timeless aesthetic and physical features make of travertine an outstanding construction material, both for interiors and in exteriors.
-Simple care and maintenance.
-Resistance to fire and heat
-Inalterable colours that last over time.
Our company makes mining out of a licensed quarry. We use heavy earthmoving and
excavating machines, we have recruited scientific staff, we plan the mining with modern methods for
rational exploitation, so we offer the best possible price.
The deposit gives us blocks of different qualities, colors and hardness and in particular gives us soft and hard material for indoor and outdoor use and its color changes from light beige to white
and reddish. This material is soft with no impurities resulting in high cutting speeds without major spoilage in the primary mining and scissors, the surface of this material is easily processed into combed and forged but also smooth by giving particular stimulation of the natural colors of the material. This rock
is engraved by the holes on its surface, smaller or larger. Decorations have a variety of uses and are used in fireplaces, wall coverings, flooring, outdoor or indoor.
TRAVERTINE & ARCHITECTURE
Natural stone is again the protagonist in the building industry and its superiority in strength, maintenance,
and even its cost compared to other competitive materials is no doubt indisputable. In addition, its beauty, its natural colors and its ability
to "aesthetically" tie with other materials and decorative elements, are increasingly recognized by the architectural
world.The natural stones that were used extensively in architecture in the past have begun to conquer the decorators, architects and builders again
and take the place they deserve amongst other building materials. It took a lot of time for natural stone businesses to convince architects and
builders that they can trust the material, not only in classical applications (linings, flooring, stairs), but also in the manufacture of furniture, artifacts and ornaments. This is why, in the field of artistic processing, it has proved that it can satisfy the strict demands of designers and decorators.
Each artist requires the material he uses not to betray his taste, imagination and aesthetic stimuli, but instead to show his
visual proposal with intensity and realism. Natural stone has this ability, which is recognized by many designers and
builders who have never been betrayed by this material in an application. In addition, the parallel evolution of technology
in mining, cutting, machining, finishing has played a decisive role in the search for material, since manufacturers
now have all what is necessary to implement an architectural proposal unrealized in other times.