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5 new ideas for remodeling the floor in your garage

There are a number of materials you can use to make your garage look new or restore it to its original appearance. Before considering them, you should make sure you follow the proper regulations. This is especially true if you intend to use concrete or some other material that will be set as a base. With this in mind, consider also that the choice of materials depends on the number of cars in your garage, the weather where you live, your budget, and the frequency with which you drive your car in and out of the garage.

 

ideas for remodeling the floor in your garage

Remodeling the floor in your garage

To give you a clearer idea of the options available to you, here is a list of some ideas that will help your garage look fabulous:

  1. Tile flooring. This material is very resistant and looks spectacular when it is already installed in your garage. In addition, it is very easy to clean, since its surface does not allow dirt to adhere. We recommend that, if you choose this option, make sure it is a dark tile because the colors of this tone help you not to notice the dirt and dust that your car can normally leave on the floor.
  2. Epoxy resin. Epoxy resin is probably one of the most versatile materials for garage floors. It is a liquid that when it sets is extremely resistant to mechanical deformation and breakage due to tension or compression. This property makes it ideal for garages, as it perfectly supports the weight of your cars without cracking or breaking. Additionally, the material forms an easy-to-clean surface, as materials like tile, it does not allow dust or dirt to adhere to it.
  3. Polyaspartic resin. This is a relatively new material, it belongs to the family of polyureas. This substance of synthetic origin is very similar to epoxy resin but a little cheaper. Polyaspartic resin floors are usually very resistant to mechanical tension and compression stresses, so they are not only ideal for your garage but can also be used outdoors in industrial environments and private or commercial parking lots.
  4. Granite. This is one of the hardest materials that exist for floors. Its resistance is very high and it has a wide tolerance to mechanical deformation. Therefore, it is not surprising that it is one of the favorite choices for floors in all types of garages. Also, you should know that this surface must be constantly polished to maintain its natural shine. With these characteristics in mind, we can assure you that a granite floor is one of the best options you can access for your garage.
  5. Quartz. This is a hardener material that is added to your concrete floor and adds strength and durability to it. It has excellent mechanical properties and is quite affordable for industrial, commercial, and residential garages and garages.

 

If you would like more information on this subject, consult the concrete floor company. There you will be able to see all the options that best suit your garage or carport floor remodeling needs. Consult with experts to get the results you are looking for, don't trust your floors to just anyone!

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