Orlene Garage Floor November 02nd, 2017 - 22:12:19
If your concrete is damaged or has cracks or uneven spots, a garage floor coating will hide everything. Not only that, but it will also protect your concrete from further deterioration. Another thing you will love to hear if you work a lot in your garage is that a garage floor coating will be much easier to clean than the concrete itself. Working on a vehicle can end up with spilling all kinds of fluids like oil on the floor, which are very hard to remove from the concrete. If you have a garage floor coating, you will be able to remove any stains without a headache.
You will find that tile garage flooring comes in many cool and unique styles for your viewing pleasure. You may choose a diamond pattern in many different colors like blue, red or sliver to name a few. If you enjoy something more traditional you may want to choose the classic checker board look. If you decide to apply an epoxy type garage flooring it is less expensive, but may not have the longevity that you are looking for.
Aluminium Chequer Plate: Although this is not a particularly common finish for the garage floor, aluminium chequer plate flooring can be a great hi-tech looking solution if used correctly. As it comes in sheets instead of flooring tiles it is fixed to a subfloor of marine plywood / sealed mdf or applied onto a self-leveling PVA adhesive. As aluminium chequer plate flooring is made from a stronger and more durable flooring material it can look exceptionally good as a whole floor within a workshop or as a focal floor strip in the middle of the garage
This type of flooring surface is good if you are attempting to clean up a garage floor for re-sale. Again, you can apply this type of surface yourself with relative ease. You can also touch up spots that become too dirty or stained in time. It is very important that you repair any cracks or other damage with a good sealer. If you fail to do so you will find that many surfaces will wear out quickly and tiles may come loose making it difficult to repair in the future.