Is your garage floor looking a little worse for wear or no longer suitable for its purpose? The two main ways for upgrading your garage flooring is to either use a coating or some sort of covering. The option you choose will most likely depend on how you utilise your garage and the amount you are willing to spend upgrading the flooring.
Coating options will typically involve the use of either paint or epoxy and may require the floor being repaired prior, if there is significant damage. Paint and Epoxy will adhere to the concrete slab, with the main difference between the two, being from a chemical and performance standpoint. True epoxy (not to be confused as epoxy paint) gives a more durable and long-lasting finish. Concrete floor paint can give your garage floor new life and is designed to be durable and resistant to damage from solvents, salts and other caustic materials.
The other option is floor coverings like tiles or mats which have been specifically designed for garages and can be used when the concrete is cracked or hard to repair. These coverings can be moved or removed when necessary. Floor tiles for garages are typically interlocking rigid or semi-rigid plastic, rubber or wood composite which tend to be more durable than vinyl tiles more commonly used in other living spaces. This method is easier and can include roll-out mats made of rubber or polyvinyl plastic. There are a variety of these and they are usually easy to clean and resilient.