What Type of Garage Floor Covering is Best for You?
Any house that is more than ten years old has probably seen some damage to its garage floor. Stains and cracks can ruin the look of your garage, making it look dull and dingy. You’ll want to find a product to cover your garage floor, but you may not be sure what the best option is.
There are tons of products on the market that can help your garage look its best. Deciding which one to use may be the hard part. However, you can narrow down your options using a few of these following questions. First, ask yourself what you want the garage floor to look like in the end. You can decide to have a matte finish, shiny finish, carpet, different colors and more. Visualize what you’d like and write it down.
Also, ask yourself how much your garage floor receives wear and tear. Do you use it as a garage, a work shed, and a storage space? That might require something a little more durable. If you park your prized possession car in there and take it for an occasional drive, then you might not need something as resilient.
So, what are your options? Well, you could choose carpet which would provide a nice look and a little cushion for your concrete. However, it doesn’t protect much against spilling and staining. You could install plastic tiles that fit together like puzzle pieces. These also provide decent protection, but substances can seep through and leave your concrete stained. They also have to be replaced very often since plastic is not an incredibly sturdy material.
You could also decide to paint your concrete; this would cover any current stains and possibly give it a visual appeal if you changed the color. However, most homeowners and flooring professionals agree that epoxy is often the best option for garage floor coverings in Wilmington, DE.
Epoxy is durable enough to withstand any wear and tear you can throw at it. It also is stain resistant. Epoxy is the most durable and long-lasting flooring option on the market. It can last upwards of 20 years and keep its aesthetic with proper maintenance. It is effortless to maintain. A simple sweep or mop every few weeks is plenty. Epoxy also increases the structural integrity of your concrete. Concrete is porous, and epoxy seeps into those pores making your floors physically stronger. Epoxy can also fill in any cracks or holes and cover stains on your concrete.
Epoxy is almost always the best option for any garage floor. Call in a group of professional epoxy technicians today to give you a quote and begin building your dream garage.
My garage was so cluttered and a total mess, I was always embarrassed to have the door open! Not anymore!! Floorguard® helped me design a perfect system for my family, it’s amazing!! Now I keep my garage door open for all to see, it’s organized, and absolutely beautiful!!!
- Pam Orland Park, IL
Really Pleased! Our garage needed some major help – not only was it a mess but the floor was just ugly with all the stains and such. I will agree with the reviewer below – do not go with the cheap imitators! Floorguard not only has a great product, but their installers and service is well worth any extra cost, which is minimal anyway. Our neighbors have commented on how good our garage looks and we’ve recommended them to Floorguard without hesitation.
The garage looks so good! A+ company on every level. Wish I had another garage to resurface!
My neighbor had a floor done by another company that was new to the industry, boy were they sorry. I went with the experts, Floorguard did an incredible job!!
- Tom T., Orland Park
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- Jenny P.