Marble looking tan tile from Express Flooring.

Shaw Tile Flooring

Professional Shaw Tile Flooring Collection

Homeowners, architects, and interior decorators agree: When it comes to tile flooring, the first name that comes to mind is Shaw. Whether you’re looking for colorful, long-lasting ceramic, or elegant, easy-care vinyl, Shaw tile represents the absolute best you can buy.

Express Flooring takes pride in offering tiles that aren’t just beautiful; they’re also made from the finest materials formulated for strength and long-lasting durability. For example, Shaw porcelain tiles are made from high-grade clays and minerals fired to more than 2,400 degrees Fahrenheit for maximum strength and density. And its Floorté Pro vinyl tiles are 100 percent water-resistant, with enhanced durability, dent-resistance and superior stability.

Why Homeowners Trust Shaw

For nearly 50 years, homeowners have chosen, lived with and loved Shaw floors because of the company’s commitment to quality—a commitment that matches our own at Express Flooring.

Shaw tile flooring is industry tested to meet the highest specifications. This ensures that every piece of Shaw tile has maximum strength and durability, whether it’s for indoor or outdoor use.

Shaw brings in the country’s leading artisans to create stunning patterns and textures to enhance any room or decor. That’s why interior decorators across the country turn to the Shaw tile collection to create standout spaces that stand the test of time.

Benefits of Shaw Tiles

  • Resistant to scratches, stains, odors, and bacteria
  • Naturally hygienic
  • Water-resistant
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Harder, denser, and more durable than other tiles
  • Made of cutting-edge materials
  • Available in a wide range of beautiful patterns and colors

Eco-Friendly Flooring

Like Express Flooring, Shaw is committed to sustainable environmental practices. That’s why several patterns in the porcelain collection are made of up to 40 percent recycled content, making them both eco-friendly and sustainable.

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