Travertine stone is a limestone rock, a product of precipitates of hot springs. Although this stone has been used as a stone sill from afar for years, it has only become more and more than 10 years old and has become the first and most popular stone for different views across parts of Iran and neighboring countries….
Earlier, the rock was not very well received due to its high porosity and its surface and depth pores, and the limited number of manufacturers producing this type of stones stuck to correct these pores only by drawing a simple and non-special seal.
In the early eighties, a transformation took place in the stone-making world: Travertine was now welcomed by civil engineers and construction architects for the same reason it was previously weakened;
That is, the porosity above the stone. This feature allows for safe mounting of the stone, rising safety of the building, lightening the building, sound insulation and thermal insulation of the walls, and rushing inside the wall. This is how a new era began in the stone-making industry.