Choosing the best garage floor coating is a key part of creating a fully functional and decorative garage space for any homeowner. Garages are an extension of your home and having a quality, functional, and even decorative floor contributes to creating a better home for everyone. Like all home improvement products, there is no shortage of garage flooring options to choose from. Go down the aisles at any home improvement store and you’ll see alot to choose from. The key is choosing the best garage floor coating for you and your home. With that in mind, here are some garage flooring options to consider.
Concrete paints are thickened latex or oil-based paints used in some garages to cover bare concrete. These paints are inexpensive ($.15 per sq. ft. for one coat) but is also less durable than other options. They are also susceptible to road salts and other chemicals.
To keep the natural look of concrete while still giving your garage a high quality floor, consider concrete staining. Concrete staining uses concrete dyes to fundamentally change the color of your garage floor without affecting its texture. Stained concrete is rather affordable, but does need an additional sealer to protect your garage floor from road, salt, traffic, and more. Because of this, a stained concrete floor needs to be retouched and resealed every few years just to be sure.
Graniflex™ from The Concrete Protector is a multi-layered liquid rubber floor coating for all your flooring needs. The Graniflex™ system combines the look of epoxy flake floors with the waterproof capabilities of Sani-Tred® to create a unique floor.
Unlike concrete paints, Graniflex™ will protect against road salts, water, and high traffic. It will never crack, chip, bubble, peel, or delaminate from your concrete. To resurface your garage floor, and give it the amount of texture you want, Graniflex™ is the choice for you. Protect your garage floor with Graniflex™ and keep your garage looking great for years to come.
For more information on Graniflex™ and what it can do for your garage floor, visit The Concrete Protector