Grand Junction, CO (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
With winter fast approaching, GarageFloor.com is advising homeowners to protect their garage floors. Snow, rain, and mud can be tracked into the garage causing damage to the concrete floor and increasing the chance for injury caused by a slippery surface.
Garage Floor Mats
Garage floor mats channel liquids and debris out of your garage. This cuts down on mud and dirt being tracked into the house. Garage floor mats are also a time saver, reducing the amount of time spent cleaning stains and sweeping the garage.
Garage Floor Tiles
When people see of the checkered design of a car show room floor, they are looking at garage floor tiles. Most garage floor tiles are interlocking for easy installation and the color combinations can give your garage a classy look. Tiles are constructed of hundreds of durable columns which allow liquids to fall beneath them to the original floor. A wet/dry vac can easily vacuum up the debris back through the tile.
Most garage floor stains come from cars. Parking your car on a containment mat will prevent oil and water from collecting on the concrete floor. Maintaining a dry, cool concrete surface will preserve the garage floor and keep it safe for foot traffic. Containment mats are an affordable alternative to covering your entire garage floor. They are quick and easy to assemble, taking just about 30 minutes.
Garage Floor Epoxy
Epoxy is a seal that coats the garage floor. Stains lift right up from the surface, and today's epoxy products guard against hot tire lifting. Flake colors can be mixed in to add some pizzazz to a normally drab décor.
When homeowners protect their garage floors, they create a safe environment for their families and maintain or even increase the value of their home. GarageFloor.com advises homeowners to install garage flooring before the holidays to ensure a safe and sound winter.
For more information on garage flooring and garagefloor.com call 1-888-8Garage or visit http://www.garagefloor.com.
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