Travertine Pool Decks Travertine is a natural stone much like limestone or marble

Now is a good time to think about what you can do to preserve the value of your Seminole, Florida property. Many area property owners work to keep up their homes with new paint and landscaping but sometimes forget the one item that adds a lot of value, their pool. There has never been a better time to upgrade your pool area with beautiful Islandpavers travertine pool decks and coping.
Once available only to the wealthy, now travertine is available from a wider range of sources and prices are much more attractive for the average Seminole home owner. With lower prices, enduring quality and the natural beauty of this eye catching paving stone, travertine pool decks, coping and patios are perfect for your Florida home.

Travertine Pool Decks Are:

  • Naturally non-slip for added safety
  • Available in a wide range of colors and textures
  • Naturally elegant and eye catching
  • Ideal for Florida climate conditions

What is Travertine?
Travertine is a natural stone much like limestone or marble. At one time, it only came from Italy but new sources from Turkey and several other countries are bringing the price down substantially. The advantages are immediately apparent when comparing travertine pool decks with other paving options. Travertine comes in a wide range of attractive colors and patterns and is an extremely durable material.
The Coliseum in Rome, ancient Egyptian temples and the Basilique du Sacre Coeur in Paris are built using travertine. Islandscapes and Pavers travertine pool decks may not last 2,000 years like the Coliseum but will last longer and keep their attractive look longer than many other pavers do. With travertine pavers, you make an investment in enduring quality that adds value to your home.


Call Islandpavers today to discover the real benefits of travertine decks and coping. Travertine is naturally absorbent, slip resistant and stays cool even in the Florida summer sun. Another real benefit is how inexpensive it is to repair. Whenever a paver or travertine tile gets damaged, just take out the damaged one and put in a new paver.

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