If you have a natural stone floor somewhere in your home you know that if you want it to last, you need to have it treated by a professional. Natural stone tile floors such as travertine can absorb spills and stains much more than a man-made tile. The tile is more porous and those extra spaces it not only allows the spill to soak in but it allows dirt and grime to set in as well. All of these elements of dirt and grime can lead to the tile being eaten away and will need to be replaced much sooner. Natural travertine tile floors are a beautiful option for flooring in any home and shows off a sophisticated look.
Las Vegas Floor Restoration has what it takes to keep your travertine tile and grout looking clean and lasting for a long time.
Have Your Travertine Tile Floors Cleaned: Travertine is a porous surface that means that there is more open space in the tile to allow for liquids and dirt to settle in. Although it is a great option for kitchen, bathroom or entry way flooring, it needs to be cleaned on a regular basis which included professional cleaning. A homeowner can do an adequate clean in between professional cleaning but the professional deep clean is necessary. A professional can use a cleaning solution that is not only safe for the natural stone floors but will not leave a streaking look.
Have Your Travertine Tile Floors Polished: This is the next step to making sure that you are happy with the look of the clean floor. The stone itself does not hold a lot of shine so it has to be polished to achieve that look. The professional polishing is a piece of equipment that needs to be used by a professional that has experience. If it is done improperly it can lead to damage to the stone tiles themselves? This could then lead to needing to replace the floor prematurely. That is an added cost that can be eliminated by having your stone floors cleaned and then polished by a professional.
Have Your Travertine Tile Floors Sealed: If you want to keep the newly cleaned and polished floors looking that way you need to have them sealed. The sealing process not only locks in the cleanliness and shine but will also act as a barrier to spills and possible stains that may come in between p[professional cleanings.