What do I do about holes in my travertine floors?
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Q: We have travertine floors throughout the kitchen and hallways. We just noticed small holes in a number of different tiles that were never there before. What could be causing this? Is there anything that we can do to fix it?
A: Travertine has naturally occurring holes. These holes can be filled in and smoothed out to give the floor a uniform appearance. Contact a stone restoration contractor to provide this service for you. If you do not already have a professional stone and tile restoration contractor, please contact us
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