Garage Floor Options

If you’re someone who spends a lot of time in your garage, whether working on your car or using it as you’re an office or workshop space, the flooring in your garage is more important than you might think. 

Different materials options will give you different amounts of coverage and better meet your needs depending on how you use your garage. 

Interlocking Tiles

If you’re someone who spends a lot of time working on your car in your garage, interlocking tiles might be the best option for you. Interlocking tiles are made of a rubber-based material, so they are nearly impervious to oil spills, gasoline, and other dirt and grime that might get on them. They are easy to clean and will ensure you don’t have to fight tough stains. 

If you want to cover up cracks or blemishes in your garage floor, interlocking tiles can be arranged to achieve a specific design that covers most damage. 

Roll-Out Vinyl Flooring

If you’re looking for easy installation, this is the flooring for you. The name says it all, as this flooring option can easily be rolled out to cover any pesky stains or damage. Once you cut it and secure it, it will remain in place with little effort. However, if the vinyl itself gets damaged, it can be a bit more challenging to repair; you’ll have to pull up all the flooring rather than just removing the affected pieces. 

Roll-out vinyl flooring is incredibly affordable and is durable enough to be considered a good option. 

Peel And Stick Tiles

If you’re looking to cover up a garage floor that has seen better days, you might also want to consider peel and stick tiles. They are incredibly forgiving and can cover up all sorts of damages with little effort. Such tiles are made from a vinyl that is durable enough to withstand the work you’ll be doing on top of it yet are not easily damaged.

Because you can easily peel and stick them, it is easy to create your own patterns and designs with minimal effort. 


If you want a simple and affordable option, painting the garage floor is a great option. You can use any color of paint or stain, and you can create patterns.  The only downside is that paint can be disturbed, damaged, or peel if subject to enough wear and tear. A garage floor can require a lot of maintenance and effort to paint and seal properly.


If you’re looking for something durable and long-lasting, epoxy is a solid option. The floor must first be adequately prepared. The epoxy and hardener then need to be mixed and placed within a specific amount of time, or the mixture will not set-up correctly. 

 With an epoxy garage floor, you’ll have a moisture- and grime-resistant floor that will be easy to clean. 

Concrete Stain

Just like staining a piece of furniture, you can also stain the concrete floor in your garage. Doing so won’t impact your floor’s durability, but it can help seal cracks and add visual interest. If you often work with oil or other dark fluids in your garage, a decorative stain can hide minor stains that might otherwise be obvious. 

Concrete Sealer

If you’re worried about damage or staining, but you don’t want to shell out too much for garage flooring, you can seal your concrete flooring. Doing so will help with cracks, damages, and stubborn stains that you might not be able to protect against otherwise. While it isn’t going to help you as effectively as other options, a concrete sealer is an affordable option. 

How We Can Help

If you’re not sure what flooring you want for your garage, our team can help assess your needs. If you like to work there often, you’ll likely want something durable, which resists stains and damages. If you’re looking for something budget-friendly or easy to install, we can help with that, too.  

For more information, call us or click here to schedule your complimentary, no-obligation consultation.