Garage Floors & Foundations – Pros & Cons
Garage floors & foundations are typically made of concrete, as concrete is durable and easy to maintain. However, in order to preserve your garage floors from oil spills, tread marks and footfall, it’s a good idea to provide a better foundation for your garage. You can choose to coat or cover your garage floors to protect it from external forces. There are pros and cons to different types of garage foundations.
Garage Floors & Foundations Extras
There are foundation extras such as drained and radiant heating that you can add but aren’t meant to be added later on. Drains and radiant heating are designed to be installed with the foundation. Radiant heating is ideal for a garage workshop because it gives you heat with no blowing or moving air, keeping the area dust free. Radiant heat also emanates up from the floor, so the garage owner is comfortable when lying on his/her back. Most garage drainage systems employ drywell drainage, which is a little more than a dug hole with course stone. Drainage piping is laid on the foundation bed and the drain is placed prior to the concrete.
Garage Floors & Foundations From D&G Cement Co.
At D&G Cement Co. we take pride in our work with over 50 years of experience and being your local Michigan experts. Are you interested in learning more about garage floors & foundations? Call us to learn more about services, prices, options and estimates for your home or business. You can reach us (313) 277-2676 or contact us online.