Chic & Charming: The Cuzco Peruvian Travertine Collection


Natural StoneNatural stone is without question, one of the most beautiful flooring materials. One thing that makes natural stone floors so beautiful is the fact that no two pieces are identical. When stone is harvested from the quarry, large sections are removed and sliced into slabs typically used for counter tops. The smaller sections are cut into flooring tiles or squares of varying size and thickness. At that point, the stone tiles can be polished for a shiny finish or left unpolished for a more natural look. There’s even a finishing process called “flamed” also known as rough surface, ideal for slippery areas or exterior use when considering stone flooring.

ProSource has a huge selection of wholesale stone flooring products ranging from the typical marbles and granite flooring squares to the exotic imported onyx and travertine. Only natural stone flooring wholesalers like ProSource can deliver the best in selection and discounts.
The Cuzco Collection is a unique assortment of Peruvian Travertine, Onyx, and Glass/Stone Mosaics exclusive to ProSource.  Travertine from Peru has the advantage of being very dense as compared with travertine from other countries, such as Turkey or Mexico. These materials require less fill because they have fewer air pockets, and this means all sizes of tiles can be cut to 3/8″ thick, rather than 1/2″ or 5/8″as you’ll find with other tavertines in the 18″x18″ size.





Make an appointment with your account manager today to stop in an see the new display. You won’t be disappointed!



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