Enhancing your Garage Flooring

If you are seeking to upgrade your garage flooring in the near future, then you have a number of options available to you depending on your specific needs. Garage floor tiles are a good choice as they are easy to install and resist grease, oil, chemicals and scratches, and stay looking great. On the other hand, garage floor paint is another practical, economical flooring option as it provides a durable finish that can last a long, long time.
Garage Floor Options
If you select tile flooring for your garage, you can be assured that this durable-type of flooring, just like paint, can withstand the abuses of grease, acid marks, oil, anti-freeze, dirt and heavy foot traffic. Tiles enliven the looks of any garage and are easy to maintain too. You can buy tiles that interlock or that are self-stick.

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Garage Mats keep Grease, Dirt and Oil from Settling on your Floor

You might want to choose from the available garage flooring mats to safeguard you garage floor. Mats are a great solution for garage flooring protection as they are designed to catch wayward elements, such as ice, snow, dirt, water and leaves, thereby keeping your garage floor ultra clean. Pads are also designed to combat tire marks and other unsightly scuffs. They can be ordered to accommodate any size garage. Edgings for the mat make this type of garage floor option speedy and simple to install.

Garage Floor Mats

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There are a number of mat sizes, such as:
* Smaller mats for oil drips
* Motorcycle mats that come folded
* Larger car mats that come in rolls
Reduce the Amount of Dirt or Mud you Track inside your House
Mats for garages are typically made of vinyl and also reduce the amount of dirt or mud that you can track inside your home. The mats are strong and reliable and add a measure of safety as well. Give the flooring in your garage extra protection with a containment mat.
Give your Floor some Fresh Coats of Paint
Another easy way to increase the looks and value of the flooring in your garage is by finishing it with a garage flooring coating made of epoxy. This sturdy, long-lasting paint is resistant to grease, oil, tire marks, chemicals, scrapes and similar abuses. For residential use, you can choose from water-based or solvent-based epoxies. While the water-based epoxy paint does not contain harmful fumes like the solvent-based epoxy, it also doesn’t provide as good as coverage. Therefore, most people choose the solvent-based epoxy floor finish for their flooring upgrades.
Using any of the garage flooring options above will increase the overall looks of your garage as well as keep it better maintained.

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