Whether you are replacing your entire garage floor, laying a new garage setting or looking to repair the floor, using concrete is a fast, effective and durable solution. It can also add value to your property as it is a sought after additional space to potential buyers.
A garage floor replacement may be needed simply due to its age. A concrete garage floor should provide decades of use. The route cause of having to relay a garage floor can be down to many causes from poor installation to natural damage to the property.
Our ready-mixed concrete can be highly workable dependant on your specification, and easy to use. Of course, it will meet the relevant UK and EU standards which provides you peace of mind.
Strength and Durability
Concrete is a strong and durable material that can withstand the weight of vehicles, heavy equipment, and storage items typically found in a garage. It provides a solid and stable surface that can handle the demands of daily use without cracking or degrading easily.
A properly installed and maintained concrete garage floor can last for many years, even decades. Concrete is known for its longevity and ability to withstand wear and tear over time. This makes it a cost-effective choice in the long run, as it reduces the need for frequent repairs or replacements.
Resistance to Chemicals
Garages are often exposed to chemicals such as oil, gasoline, and various automotive fluids. Concrete is generally resistant to these substances, minimising the potential for stains, damage, or degradation. It provides a resilient surface that can withstand the occasional spills and drips common in a garage environment.
Concrete garage floors require minimal maintenance. Regular sweeping or dusting and occasional mopping are usually sufficient to keep the surface clean. Unlike other flooring materials, such as wood or carpet, concrete does not require extensive upkeep or frequent refurbishing.
Concrete can be customised to achieve different finishes and appearances. It can be left with a smooth surface, textured for slip resistance, or enhanced with decorative options like staining, stamping, or seamless epoxy resin floor coatings. This versatility allows homeowners to choose a garage floor that matches their aesthetic preferences and complements the overall design of the space.
Concrete is generally a cost-effective flooring option for garages. Compared to alternatives like tile, stone, or specialized garage floor coatings, concrete is often more affordable to install. Additionally, its durability and longevity help reduce long-term maintenance and replacement costs.
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