Garage floor ideas

mrkavin

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Hello,

We’ve just moved house and are looking for options on self-levelling products to use for a garage floor.

It’s a new build and has a basic tamped concrete floor. It has a few minor surface drying cracks in. It gets quite dusty and we’re looking for some kind of self-levelling/latex floor that could be suitable as a top surface and also that might be covered with pvc tiles in the future sometime.

The garage will be used for storage, especially children’s play things. We want to make sure that whatever’s used is safe for children to play on too.

We’ve asked around and so far ideas are Ardex K 301 or Weber 4610 Industry Top.

We don’t know much about the differences between these two products, and just wondering if anyone could help?

We’re open to ideas and would appreciate any tips if there’s anything better. There seems to be so many products available and we want something that would be able to last many years and not crack.

We’re also looking for a company who would be able to do this for us but we don’t really know what kind of trade this would be? We’ve seen specialist industrial floor companies who also do residential, but don’t know if this would be ott?
 

mrkavin

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Jul 4, 2021
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kavin
Hello,

We’ve just moved house and are looking for options on self-levelling products to use for a garage floor.

It’s a new build and has a basic tamped concrete floor. It has a few minor surface drying cracks in. It gets quite dusty and we’re looking for some kind of self-levelling/latex floor that could be suitable as a top surface and also that might be covered with pvc tiles in the future sometime.

The garage will be used for storage, especially children’s play things. We want to make sure that whatever’s used is safe for children to play on too.

We’ve asked around and so far ideas are Ardex K 301 or Weber 4610 Industry Top.

We don’t know much about the differences between these two products, and just wondering if anyone could help?

We’re open to ideas and would appreciate any tips if there’s anything better. There seems to be so many products available and we want something that would be able to last many years and not crack.

We’re also looking for a company who would be able to do this for us but we don’t really know what kind of trade this would be garage flooring las vegas? We’ve seen specialist industrial floor companies who also do residential, but don’t know if this would be ott?
Thanks in advance
 

rob allen

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Personally I would polish the concrete. Zero maintenance and looks great.
 

rob allen

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