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Garage Floor Tiles Pistonheads



Garage Floor Tiles Pistonheads

I have a double garage which has a rough concrete floor. It is very dusty. I have had very limited success in the past with my old garages and painting the floors and hence I am asking for ideas what else can be used. I have been quoted £35/sq m for plastic tiles that look like jigsaw pieces. These were 7mm …
Hi, I’m looking for some help in recommendations for suppliers of garage floor tiles (porcelain). I’d of course like them to be fairly slip resistant and hard wearing – BUT it is a light use non-commercial garage so doesn’t need to be extremely hard wearing. Area – 49sqm, and willing to spend about £1000 on …
Im finally getting around to sorting out my outside basement. Made it secure with a new roller door, and now to the interior. First job is some flooring. I like the look of these interlocking floor tiles available from eBay etc. But I dont know the good from the bad, so any direct experience welcomed…. They dont …
From my new build thread…I have a garage shaped like this, and I want to lay a load of interlocking floor tiles I have bought… Dimensions wise it’s 6000 x 7000, with the main door apertures 2200 wide. I have the ramped edging strips to go in the vehicle door apertures, although the personnel door at the …
I’m just in the process of painting the garage walls white, installing a new set of units and Interlocking floor tiles. I decided on the COBA Tiles from Screwfix in the end. At £24 for a sq metre they were the best price. Cost me £850 to do a 6m x 6m garage. They look really great once down. I had considered …
I have just sorted the garage and covered the floor with Coba interlocking tiles from Screwfix. Ok they aren’t shiny and maybe not withstand axle stands but I use sheet wood or rubber to load spread so not to damage the tiles. Resistant to oils etc. Maintenance free too. Composite Guru. 1,434 posts.
Anyway, have trawled the threads and can’t find one that makes a few recommendations. Here’s the deal: Need to give the garage a makeover and put in a durable, good looking floor. Ideally rubber tiles as it will be soft when I’m rolling round on it swearing at a Haynes manual. However, needs to be strong …
The garage is to store a car but i also want to put some sports stuff in like a punch bag and pull up bar plus a desk with a few monitors on and if it fits an old 50inch TV i have. It’s going to be plastered and painted but I’m not sure on the flooring. If it was just for a car id use a tile which would be best for the …
I also got 20 litres of white masonry paint for the walls and it all seemed very good value. The Ecotiles are another good option (I have them at work), but I fancied giving the epoxy flooring a go as I’ve read lots of good stuff about it.
That’s given me an idea for the door setup as i’ve been struggling to find something which looked good with a double opening. I’m hoping to put a lift in at a future date so i know tiles may be a bit easier to do this with, just very curious as to pros and cons of a proper epoxy floor vs tiles. Fastchas. 1,094 posts.