Travertine paver patio contractor in Fairfax Contractor is located in Northern Virginia. Fairfax Contractor has the ability to install travertine patios designed to utilize Italian and Turkish travertine pavers. Travertine pavers have been used since ancient Roman times, because of their durability, and inherent beauty. Fairfax Contractor has developed relationships with quarries in Turkey to import travertine pavers at a discounted price. Though historically travertine pavers have not been very popular in Northern Virginia until recently. Most travertine pavers are quarried and cut in Turkey then shipped to the port of Miami for distribution throughout the United States including Virginia. Early on Fairfax Contractor established relationships with the largest distributors of travertine pavers. This unique relationship allows Fairfax Contractor to pass the savings onto Northern Virginia homeowners. Local stone yards that sell travertine pavers have a limited supply and variety of pavers to offer the public. On the other hand, we are able not only to save you money on your patio project, but we can also offer a wide range of different types of travertine paver products. This sets us aside from many of the other contractors in the area that install travertine patios. If you want to incorporate travertine pavers in your patio design, this time-tested product is an excellent choice for your hardscape landscaping projects. Please feel free to fill out the contact form, or simply give us a call at 703 – 725 – 7945 and let us simply explain to you the advantages of utilizing travertine products, and give you a free proposal to create a breathtaking backyard patio.
There are many advantages of using travertine pavers to install to create a very durable patio. Travertine pavers are our unique way to cap your existing concrete patio or can be an excellent choice to use as a building material for a new patio. A big advantage of installing a travertine patio utilizing travertine pavers is that these pavers are much stronger than standard flagstone, and they are almost always installed without large joints. Travertine pavers are typically installed on a reinforced concrete base. The base of concrete provides incredible strength, and then adding a naturally strong paver such as travertine makes this patio system one of the most durable patios that can be built. After the travertine pavers have been installed their joints are typically about 1/8 of an inch and are finished with sand-free grout that can definitely stand up to the freeze and thaw cycle that is common in Northern Virginia.
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