When your garage floor has become an eyesore after years of heavy use, restoring it with a floor coating is the best solution.
Garage floors work hard when dealing with constant foot and vehicle traffic. They also have to contend with exposure to dust, dirt, mud, spills, automotive fluid leaks, and rainwater.
Home garages have been around for about a century now. For most of that time, it was a room that looked boring and nondescript.
Maybe you’ve been in the same home for many years and witnessed the gradual worsening of your garage floor’s durability and appearance.
Garage Living is pleased to announce the launch of Harbor Blue, our newest color that adds a unique look to any garage makeover.
It wasn’t until the last couple of decades that homeowners gave much thought to their garage floors.
You have a few options when it comes to revitalizing your garage floor surface.
It’s a common misconception that homes located in northern climates are unable to get a new garage floor coating in the winter. This is simply untrue…provided you use the right type of garage floor coating.
Customers who have chosen to upgrade their garage floors with a Floortex™ floor coating are often curious about how our garage floor coating process works.
For many years, the garage was viewed as a separate space in homes. Parking vehicles and storing yard tools and excess household items that didn’t have a home seemed to be its main purpose.