The open pores that formed naturally in travertine can easily fill with sealer if not properly sealed by a company with a lot of experience, once the coating dries you will be left with a surface that looks like someone filled all of those little pits that often times can void your warranty from your supplier and leaving you with a costly expense to strip that sealer, which is extremely difficult to do on travertine without damaging the delicate substrate.
As travertine is not as common as concrete pavers, most of our local orange county competitor paver sealing companies don’t have much experience sealing this complicated surface. Over the years, we have sealed more than one million square feet of travertine (and counting). In that time, as you can imagine, we have mastered the technique behind properly applying travertine sealant in all imaginable forms.
We highly discourage our clients to attempt to seal their travertine surfaces themselves, as even most local experienced paver sealing companies struggle with this process.