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Garage Flooring

Garage Flooring for your personal or commercial workspace.

When choosing garage flooring, there are several important considerations to keep in mind, including:

  1. Durability: Garage flooring should withstand heavy loads, abrasion, chemicals, and moisture. Therefore, look for durable and long-lasting materials.

  2. Slip Resistance: A garage floor can become slippery when wet, so choose a material that offers good slip resistance. Textured or non-slip-coated tiles can be a good option, especially if your garage sees a lot of foot traffic.

  3. Maintenance: Your garage floor will likely encounter oil spills, dirt, and other debris. Therefore, you want to choose a material that is easy to clean and maintain. Tiles can be easily cleaned with soap and water.

  4. Cost: The garage flooring cost can vary widely depending on your chosen material. Epoxy and polyurethane floors are more expensive, while tiles and mats can be more affordable.

  5. Appearance: While functionality is important, you want your garage to look good. Consider the aesthetic qualities of the flooring material you choose, such as colour, pattern, and texture.

Considering these factors, we're happy to help you select the best garage flooring option for your needs and budget. 

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RaceDeck® is the industry leader in garage flooring, with more modular garage floors manufactured, sold and installed than all of our competitors combined. We offer eight different styles of garage flooring tiles, 14 standard colours, and limitless custom colour options. RaceDeck Floors are great for garages, basements, porches, patios, and more. 

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