Travertine Tile

Cost of Installing Travertine Tiles

Travertine is quickly becoming one of the most popular types of materials used in home flooring and patio tiles. Travertine Mart makes it easy for you to find the best style and color to match and improve any room in your home. The qualities that make travertine tiles so popular is its durability, beauty, and the fact that it can be installed indoors and outdoors. Travertine absorbs standing water and creates a non-slip surface because of its porous qualities.

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One of the main concerns when diving into a home improvement project is cost. Wood or marble tiles can cost almost double or triple what it would cost to install travertine. Additionally, those materials are not as durable or long lasting as travertine rock. Travertine Mart makes it easy to see your home project in action. We also have a dedicated sale staff that is here to make sure you are getting exactly what you want.

So just how much does it cost to install travertine in your new home? The price per square foot of travertine pavers depends on color, quality, and size of the materials needed. Typically our premium chiseled and honed travertine pavers could range anywhere from $2.35 to $4.99 per square foot. The average cost of marble pavers ranges from $7.40 to $14.10 per square foot. This saves the customer an average of $7.08 per square foot of travertine paver tile.

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The beauty of travertine is that they can be used for a variety of applications. They can either be honed down and sealed for a smooth finish or left in their natural finish. We want to make the buying process as easy as possible for you. Our price estimator online allows you to see an estimate of what your project will cost you. You can also see the cost per paver, shipping, and installation.

You will also want to estimate the average cost of installation once you have picked out your tiles and have factored in the cost for installation. Most contractors will have to come on site to be able to give you an estimate. However, installing travertine is well below the cost of installation of marble flooring. Keep in mind that every contractor will have different costs for labor, parts, and equipment. Of course, installing travertine yourself will definitely be a way of reducing costs. Since travertine tiles require little to no maintenance, they are a lifetime investment that will last for many years.


Making sure that you get what you want is our goal, there are so many different options to choose from and Travertine Mart makes it easy and affordable to find that right fit for any home improvement project. We hope that this cost breakdown will help you make a great decision and also help show you the many benefits of using travertine tile for your next home project, visit us online or call us to speak with a sales representative!

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