Travertine Hole Repair
Travertine is similar to marble but typically much more cavernous, having a build much like a beehive with many voids and holes throughout. When travertine is fabricated for use as tiles or slabs, the finished surfaces is often filled and hone or polished flat. If you have had your travertine for a while, you already know that new voids will open in the surface of the stone. This is simply your traffic finding weak areas in the surface of the stone where a void is hiding just beneath the surface. These holes will fill with dirt and become an eyesore very quickly. The best method to fill travertine voids and holes is the same method that is used when the stone is originally fabricated – poylester resin. This resin can be applied and cut flat. Colors are matched onsite and a well prepared fill will not be seen or found under scrutiny.