In our last post, we discussed how everyone had caught the DIY bug during lockdown. While you may have spent the past few months considering the décor in all the rooms in your house, something you may not have thought about is your garage flooring. While interior trends change regularly and you make many updates to the rooms in your home, refurbing your garage will be much more of a one-off job.
Many opt to keep what they get when they move into their home, often bare concrete, but if your garage, or maybe your car, is your pride and joy you may want to consider garage flooring options. Not only does this turn your garage into a functional extra room, it will likely increase the resale value of your home. You can find further information on how renovations can affect your resale values here.
When choosing your garage flooring, while style is a factor, there is a much bigger focus on functionality. You need something hard wearing and durable. Your options include coatings, interlocking tiles, garage flooring mats and vinyl. When choosing your design, you could opt for a sleek look with all one colour in high shine. You could also opt for pattern, or even border off areas in your garage for certain areas like work areas and parking.
The choice you make for your garage flooring depends on various factors like your main uses for your garage, the style you’re looking for and your budget. We would be happy to talk these factors through with you and help you to make a choice.
Talk to our team!
We are currently trialing private shopping appointments to maintain social distancing, so if you are interested in looking at your garage flooring options and talking to the team, you can book an appointment here. If you would simply like to see what your options are and discuss price points, please contact our team and we’d be more than happy to help you.