Garages tend to be a space that is prone to spills, debris and heavy wear and tear due to vehicles coming in and out. Choosing the right flooring to sustain its aesthetic and be up to the job for its purpose can be tricky. There are several different options;
Vinyl tiles – these require adhesive to lay and although look great they are prone to allowing leaks and debris through the gaps. It is best to ensure these are laid correctly to sustain durability.
Regular tiles – these are hardwearing and tend to have a long-life span making them a perfect option. But they can easily be chipped or damaged if you were to drop heavy equipment – so always buy an extra pack as spares.
Polished Concrete – Most choose this option as it is inexpensive and highly resistant. You can use specialist paint to bring some colour in to your garage.