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Artificial Turf Installed with Travertine

Installing Travertine and Artificial Turf

Are you looking to install travertine and artificial turf in your yard? Let our team of professionals install it for you. Having turf installed with travertine will give your yard an amazing look. Above all, turf and travertine requires little to no maintenance. Travertine allows you to have elegant walkways and cool patio areas.

What is Travertine

Travertine is a type of limestone, although the names of the two stones should not be used interchangeably, as some differences exist. It typically forms in hot springs. It forms by the precipitation of calcium carbonate.  Commonly, it is used in outdoor areas. If you are looking for a stone that looks nice on your patio, you should strongly consider going with this stone. This is a great stone for walkways as well, and it is often used for this purpose. Furthermore, Arizona’s Greenest Grass can install a walkway to create a beautiful look.  Contact us HERE Contact Us

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Caring for your Stone

Take these steps in order to properly care for your travertine. To clean the stone, you should use cleaner that is suitable for use with it. Never use any harsh cleaners, as doing so may result in the stone becoming etched. Other than this, make a good effort to avoid spills, especially spills of acidic substances. These can cause significant damage to travertine. Some examples of acidic substances are coffee, juice, wine, soda and tomato sauce. If you take good care of your stone, it can stay looking in top shape for years to come.


Beautiful and Adaptable

There is no denying that travertine is one of the most beautiful natural stone materials you can find. Installing it can visually enhance any part of your home. The stone is very adaptable to different areas of the house. You can use it inside or outside, and the stone works well with various color schemes. Check us out in City Lifestyle of Phoenix HERE.

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