Filling & Repairing Travertine Holes


Travertine cleaning processes vary based on the surface condition and type of dirt or oil being removed. Travertine is easier to keep clean with periodic professional deep cleaning services, using non-acidic, highly-effective cleaning solutions. However, once wear sets in, creating hollows and low points where dirt can collect, your travertine can become difficult to get completely clean again. We can assist you in not only cleaning your travertine surfaces, but in keeping your travertine properly polished, maintained, and free of scratches to help make regular cleaning and care of your stone easier.

Before & After Stone Restoration can remove deeply imbedded soiling, strip away years of buildup of unsightly topical treatments, remove soap film in showers, get rid of soot on fireplaces, and resolve a host of other travertine cleaning problems, leaving your stone as pristine as the day it was installed.


We can remove travertine stains and travertine discolorations. Whether you are seeking guidance on how to do this yourself or want us to treat your travertine, the stain most likely can be removed.


Do you have chipped travertine tiles? Are there cracks in your travertine floor? What about broken travertine tiles? Before you replace your travertine, consider having us provide expert travertine repair services. We can fill holes in travertine, and fix travertine cracks and chips, blending the repair site with the surrounding area, then honing and polishing it to match the finish on the rest of your travertine floor, countertop or other travertine surface.


Travertine for floors, countertops, showers, patios and other building applications comes either filled or unfilled. Travertine naturally has holes that run throughout the stone. In "unfilled" travertine these holes remain exposed for a rustic, earthy finish. As the name implies, in "filled" travertine, a color-matched epoxy is used to fill the holes, giving the stone a smooth finish.

BNA Stone Restoration can fill holes in travertine (a process called travertine floating) to either change unfilled travertine surfaces to the smooth appearance of filled travertine or to repair filled travertine surfaces whose holes have become exposed due to time and wear. For repairs, we use matching tinted filler and blend the repair site with the surrounding area, honing and polishing it to match the surrounding finish. The process is the same for changing and unfilled surface to a filled one, but can use contrasting fill colors or matching ones to provide an array of unique choices for your finished surface.

BNA Stone uses industry standard equipment and techniques to deliver beautiful results in your Travertine, giving it a shiny and attractive appearance.

To learn more about how BNA Stone can help you, Call for a Free Onsite/Online Quote: (714) 622-9947

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