When it comes to garage floors, the team at Garageflex have really seen it all. From brand new pristine concrete to the most cracked and damaged garage floors around. But even in the worse case scenario its not always doom and gloom as there is almost always something that can be done about it.
In August 2017 we visited a house in Henley on Thames after the client called our Head Office to see how we could help with his garage floor. The customer wanted to install a new floor to keep the interior of the garage in keeping with the rest of the house. But how and what could be done to sort out the garage floor?
On inspection of the floor by Managing Director Alastair Broom, it was clear that the current cracked, stained and pitted concrete floor would need some remedial work in order that a sound floor could be established.
The first stage was to arrange for our professional fitters to visit the site and lay a self levelling compound to fill in the cracks. This helps by also smoothing out any un-eveness and creating a good solid floor that could be worked with.
Now that the floor is sound its time to lay the Tiles on top of the re-surfaced area. The client in this instance chose a light grey raised disk floor tile to cover the whole garage floor. This single garage took around 5-6 hours to lay. If you are interested in laying floor tiles yourself, our handy How To guide might a useful source.
To see more floor tile installations visit our Houzz Ideabook for further inspiration.