When it comes to the look of your garage, upgrading your floor can make a world of difference. Most garage floors are dusty, dirty and a bit tatty but that doesn’t have to be the case.With our range of interlocking floor tiles, you can transform that dusty floor in just one day, giving your garage a boost and providing a robust, good looking floor solution.
DIY or leave it to the professionals?
The reality is that this depends on two things: one is the budget you have available and the other is how confident you are at DIY. If you are reasonably used to home improvement projects then laying one of our tiled floors will be a pretty easy task, if not, however it’s maybe better to bring in the professionals.
How to install them?
It’s actually fairly easy to install our range of interlocking floor tiles. As the tiles are interlocking, they will simply fit with the next tile although you may have to make some cuts to the edges of tiles when you come to the garage wall. We recommend using a jigsaw to cut the tiles plus a rubber mallet for tapping them into place.
We always suggest leaving a 5-7mm gap around the edge of the garage to allow for contraction and expansion of the tiles.
What’s the difference in cost?
Obviously when you ask us to lay them for you, we include an installation fee in the cost. This covers the time of the two person fitting team plus mileage to get to your property. Ask us for a quote by filling in our form here.
If you choose to buy from our e-store then the easiest way of working out how many you will need is to measure your garage space. Times the length with the width to find out your total square metre size, then times that by 4 to get the total number of tiles.
Most customers also opt for ramp edges to the front of the garage to enable a smooth entrance and exit. To work out how many ramps you will need just times the width of your garage door by two. For example, if your entrance is 4 metres, you will need 8 ramps.
Colours, patterns and textures
We have two options when it comes to the texture – smooth and raised disk. Both are good options for a garage but the raised disk provides additional traction so is the most popular choice.
All tiles come in a range of colours depending on the chosen texture, you can find out more about the options here.
Are the tiles fit for the garage?
Our range of interlocking floor tiles are designed for the garage environment and provide an exceptionally robust floor option. The tiles are manufactured from impact resistant heavy duty PVC and so we believe they offer a better solution for your residential garage than other options such as porcelain or ceramic tiles. We find they also offer greater warmth and insulation than having just a concrete floor.
Still have questions?
Do give us a call to discuss your garage floor, we can answer any questions and also provide a quote for our professional team to install them for you.