One of the problems, though, is that there are actually quite a number of options for sprucing up a garage floor, and most homeowners have trouble deciding which way to go. The way to start thinking about a new garage floor is to divide the choices into two primary categories: coatings and coverings.
Traditionally installing a new garage or basement floor has been a costly process. Professional installation of a new floor does not have to be time consuming and involve heavy equipment. Applying an epoxy floor coating is less costly and a more decorative solution to create a new garage or basement floor. Applied on bare, unsealed and porous concrete, you can have a beautiful, granite-looking decorative floor in less than a day.
If you’re looking to add a little style and color to your garage, one of the best places to start is with the floor. Standard concrete garage floors are functional, but, with a little extra effort, they can also be attractive and even comfortable.
Coverings are products that are set on top of the garage floor. They can be moved or removed at any time. Tiles and mats are products that fit this description. Below, you can find brief idea of the choices, with image to more detailed information.