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Tile Flooring in Moses Lake, WA

Choosing the right tile flooring can be a daunting process! Thinking about where you want to install your tile, how much traffic it will experience, and knowing what type you’re looking for can play a huge factor in the tile you select.


At Skaug Brothers Carpet One Floor & Home in Moses Lake, Washington, we can help you choose from a wide selection of premium tile flooring. Some questions we may ask include what your style is versus your daily routine so that we can recommend the best option for you. Plus, we will walk you through the process of beginning your tiling project!


Considering a tile update? Here are a few tips to help you decide if tile flooring is the right choice for you!



Ceramic Vs. Stone: Which Tile Is Best For Me?

There are three primary types of tile on the market today: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.


However, ceramic and porcelain tiles are the most popular because of their classic style and durability. While stone is undoubtedly beautiful, porcelain and ceramic are available in various designs, and they can be manufactured to give the appearance of natural stones with the bonus of durability and water/stain resistance.


*Our customers love enhancing their space with the look of real stone and natural wood without maintenance. Some of these looks include a rustic or whitewashed look.


Ceramic Tile

For a classic style, ceramic tile is the choice of the pros. This tile option offers style at a budget-friendly price and is made with recycled materials like clay and stone. What’s not to love? Plus, ceramic tiles are softer on the feet and can help reduce energy bills by keeping the house more relaxing during humid months (which we all can appreciate here in Washington)!


Porcelain Tile

While made of the same natural, recycled ingredients a ceramic tile, porcelain is kiln-fired at a higher temperature. This allows for a more robust, more water-resistant seal, unlike ceramic, which tends to be more porous due to a lower baking temperature. For this reason, porcelain can be used in high-traffic areas that are prone to moisture, including kitchens and laundry rooms.


Where Can Tile Be Installed?

Tile is a highly versatile material, and for good reason! It is durable and can be glazed or matte. The styles are endless. If you are looking for a seamless hardwood-alternative flooring option, our porcelain tile is a great option. Our ceramic tile can add depth and character if you prefer a natural brickwork backsplash.


Porcelain tile is best for:



Ceramic tile is best for:



Tile offers many benefits - it’s easy to clean, kid and pet-friendly, and water-resistant! We recommend a professional tile installation so that you can enjoy your tile flooring worry-free! Plus, we offer a range of warranty options for all of our flooring options, which include hardwood, carpeting, and luxury vinyl flooring.



Where Can I Find The Best Tile Selection in Moses Lake? 

Right here: we're part of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative and have the buying power of over 1,000 stores!


Our tile flooring collection includes all the best tile brands, including: 



For these and more of your favorite flooring brands, visit Skaug Brothers Carpet One Floor & Home today and talk to our experts! Ready to enhance your space? Shop our exclusive selection of tile flooring online and at our showroom, located at 222 East Third Avenue, Moses Lake, WA 98837.

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Trust in our team to personally introduce you to all our impressive tile options: we promise you'll meet the right match.
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Financing Your Tile Project

Soften the blow of your large-scale tile installation by paying easy monthly payments. Our amazing financing packages from Synchrony HOME help keep things simple.
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