Cashew Tumbled Unfilled Travertine Tiles and Pavers


Why choose Travertine ‘Cashew’ – Tumbled & Unfilled Travertine is a hard wearing yet beautiful stone. The natural tonal variation between the tiles looks great in both traditional and modern settings. Cashew Travertine is widely used outdoors and occasionally indoors. Unfilled Travertine has natural holes in the surface adding texture to the finish. Some clients instruct the layer to fill in some of the larger holes at the time of grouting. The edges of the tiles have been tumbled giving a time worn, rustic appearance. Cashew Travertine is a combination of greys with brown and beige undertones. A fabulous mix between the Linen and Silver Travertine. It is very cool underfoot so ideal to use in any climate. The smooth texture is nice to walk and sit on and offers moderate slip resistance. Its natural colour variation hides marks very effectively. Travertine is accurately sized, cuts well and is easy to lay.
Maintenance Requires sealing. Seal with penetrating sealer to make cleaning easier. Use pH neutral cleaners. Do not use acid to clean.
Relative Pricing High range - higher than grey granite, concrete, sandstone, linen travertine and limestone.
Stocked Tile Sizes 400 x 400 x 30mm, 600 x 400 x 30mm
Matching Pieces Coping Profiles – Tumbled Edge Unfilled & Skimmer lids
Availability:
Standard sizes listed are usually available ex-stock.
Custom Orders Choose your own sizes, pattern, profile and surface finish - allow 14-16 weeks from order
Slip Rating (Wet Pendulum) A P5 (V) pendulum classification, (AS 4586) “New surfaces” is the highest wet pendulum classification available under the current standards. For pool surrounds, a minimum of P4 is required.




Disclaimer:
Due to the colour variations inherent in natural stone, care should be taken when laying your tiles. It is recommended that tiles/pavers from all crates should be blended as the job proceeds. Both thickness and dimensions may vary up to +/- 2mm. Therefore, tiles may have to be graded accordingly.


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