Why Choose Travertine for Your Commercial Space?

Travertine is a sedimentary stone classified as a form of limestone, but with a unique appeal all its own. What makes travertine distinctive is the naturally occurring holes and troughs throughout the surface, which result in its porousness. The texture and permeability create a beautiful patina over time, as can be seen in architecture across Europe dating back to the Roman Empire.

Travertine can be found in a variety of colors, including white, cream, tan, brown and gold. It also comes in red, pink and orange, with some pieces even featuring beautiful, dark veining. You can choose from a number of different finishes depending on the application, ranging from polished and elegant to tumbled and rustic. Boom Stone Company is an Accredited Member of the Marble Institute of America, and employ a team of experts to assist you with the design process. We specialize in such commercial spaces as universities, museums, government structures, monuments, and liturgical spaces.

Applications for Commercial Travertine

There’s almost no limit to the commercial uses for marble, and Boom Stone Company specialists are available to help you with all phases of the design process. Our commercial marble services include:
The commercial uses for travertine are wide ranging, encompassing both interior and exterior spaces. Boom Stone Company specialists are available to help you with all phases of the design process, including planning, selection, and installation. We provide such commercial travertine services as:

  • Stone Cladding with a blend of tiles in different hues, for a distinctive look;
  • Flooring, pavers, and walkways;
  • Liturgical Spaces, where load bearing pillars rise to soaring ceilings in cathedrals, churches, temples, and other houses of worship.

Booms Stone Company: Your Commercial Travertine Specialists

Booms Stone Company is Southeast Michigan’s premiere stone service provider, with a portfolio of hundreds of projects completed for our valued commercial customers. Our specialists are available to work with you in designing with travertine or any of our other quality building materials. To learn more about our products and applications, we invite you to join us on a guided tour of our facility. Please check out our collection of building materials, or contact us for more information.

Please visit our sister company Great Lakes Granite & Marble to view additional inventory of travertine available in our warehouse.