Low traffic garage floors can last up to 30 years, while high traffic garage floors may last significantly shorter than that, at around 15 years. An epoxy floor coating makes garage floors more durable and provides the floor with more thickness and strength. Epoxy coatings offer a slip-resistant extra layer of protection for the garage floor and can help increase the lifespan of the garage floor. It also adds a clean and smooth look to the garage floor.
What’s the Process of Building a Garage Floor?
Garage floors are built from the ground-up. The first step is pouring the concrete foundation. The next step will be building the floor. The floor will be built for sustainability, proper drainage, and performance. The process of building or replacing a garage floor will be different based on if your garage is attached or detached. If you have an attached garage, the old concrete will need to be removed, new gravel will be placed, and new concrete will be poured. If the garage is detached, the floor can be lifted and replumbed with the garage still in place.
Garage Floor With D&G Cement Co.
If you need a garage floor replacement, you can trust D&G Cement to handle all of your floor and structure needs. With over 50 years of experience in the cement industry, we offer a variety of customizable garage floor services with optional extra reinforcements. We will be there to help you through every step of building, repairing, or maintaining your garage floor. We have the skills, material, and equipment needed to ensure the job is done correctly. We proudly serve Garden City, MI, Northville, MI, Livonia, MI, and the surrounding areas. To learn more about our high-quality garage floors or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (313) 277-2676.