Julieta Castro Almeida. Garage. April 10th , 2018.
Floor Covering Garage floor coverings are not only practical, but they really make a difference in the overall appearance of your garage. When talking about coverings, there are many different types including garage floor paint, epoxy, tiles, and mats. Paint is certainly the least expensive method, but also the highest maintenance method. Paint will protect and make your garage look much better, but you will have to add a new coat probably once a year. Epoxy is similar to paint, but it’s thicker, and much more durable. It’ll give your garage floor that showroom look you find in many dealerships. Epoxy will cost you more than paint, and you’ll also have to do more preparation work, but the result will be worth the extra cost and effort. You can also opt for professional installation as most retailers offer the service. Garage floor tiles and mats are also options to consider. Tiles are typically 16 by 16 inches, and you can get them in a variety of colors. They interlock with each other to hold everything together, and they’ll make your floor look absolutely incredible. Mats come in many different shapes and sizes to fit your needs. They’re basically designed to contain automotive fluids, and all the muck your vehicle drags in with it.
The garage floor can be covered in many different ways. You can use floor tiles, roll out covers, vinyl covering, linoleum, rubber mats and many more. Different types of covering are available depending on how you use your garage or how you want it to be.
The first step in dealing with garage clutter is to get rid of as much of it as possible. You can have a garage sale, donate it, Freecycle it, or simply trash it. Unfortunately, for a wide variety of reasons, many items are just too difficult to relinquish. So, they need their own place in the garage. The idea is to get as much stuff of the floor as possible. Utilize your garage wall and ceiling space by installing different types of shelves and racks. Use cabinets, bins, and containers to organize smaller items like sporting goods, tools, and hardware. Before you know it, you’ll be able to use your garage for what it was actually meant for...parking your vehicle!
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