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Mid-Atlantic Door Group Inc. Distributors of Overhead Door Corp.

The Best Garage Flooring Options

If you’re a homeowner that is looking for ways to spruce up or customize your garage, consider starting with the floor. There are many ways you can change the flooring in your garage. Whether you’re furnishing a home gym or working on modifications for your car, changing the flooring can help it become your ideal space. Check out the best garage flooring options for various applications.

Polished Concrete

Using polished concrete in your garage will give your floor a smooth, shiny, and reflective look. It’s easy to clean, stain resistant, and won’t require much maintenance on a regular basis. Polished concrete is achieved when a concrete surface is ground, honed, and polished by machines. You can also achieve a fully personalized look with a wide array of available color options and designs. When compared to other options, polished concrete is incredibly durable and long lasting. As an alternative to the polished look, if your garage already has a concrete floor you can simply seal it with a sealant that provides stain and damage protection.

Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy flooring is a coating that can be added on top of any type of existing flooring, including concrete or stone. It’s tough and long lasting like polished concrete. However, if your flooring is known to absorb moisture, you should look to other options. Epoxy flooring is also affordable and durable. It’s made with thermosetting polymers that contain an epoxide group. The final product is glossy and seamless. It can also be combined with paints to create a fully personalized look. You can also add anti-slip additives for increased safety when walking or driving across the surface. With epoxy flooring you also won’t do much maintenance as it will lasts for several decades before showing any signs of wear and tear.

Roll Out Mats

A garage flooring option that would make for a great Saturday DIY project are roll out mats. They are either made with vinyl or rubber. You order the specific size that you need and simply roll them out across the entirety of your garage floor. If necessary, they are also easy to trim with a pair of scissors or a utility knife. Depending on your preferred style, available looks include diamond treads, coins, ribbed, or smooth. You can also pick your favorite color. If you’re looking for a look that is more subtle than the shine of epoxy or polished concrete, roll out mats could be the right choice. They are also resistant to various weather conditions and road salt.

Garage Floor Tiles

Like roll out mats, garage floor tiles are also easy to install. They interlock directly over your existing floor. They are typically made with heavy-duty plastics that are perfect for high-traffic areas like your garage. The plastic is easy to clean and comes with any color you can imagine. You can get creative with the design and create your own pattern or even include custom logos. If you don’t like the idea of plastic flooring, garage floor tiles are also constructed with vinyl composite or porcelain.

Garage Floor Carpet Tiles

Carpet in the garage? Believe it or not, heavy-duty carpeting is a great option for garage flooring. It comes in either tiles or a roll out format for easy installation. You could even choose to cover the entire floor or just one section. The carpet used for this application is resistant to mold, mildew, and staining. Like the other options, you can also achieve a customized look by choosing any color or pattern. The material is made for outdoor use and build to withstand harsh weather conditions, including moisture and severe temperatures. Although they are highly resistant to staining, if one does become stained, you can simply remove and replace a single tile rather than having to replace all your flooring.

About The Author | Natalie White


Natalie White is the Health and Wellness Coordinator and Marketing Assistant at Mid-Atlantic Door Group, Inc. The company opened in 1973 and now consists of (3) official Overhead Door™ Distributors and (8) warehouse locations throughout Maryland, DC, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Natalie married into the door industry, joining her husband's family owned business in 2014. Surrounded by door knowledge, Natalie has found her niche in employee wellness, as well as customer service and call-tracking to help strengthen the company's marketing efforts.