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    Blog Articles on Garage Flooring Solutions/Installing DIY Coatings

    We are moving house soon and I will finally have a garage!**I want to take the opportunity to smarten it up before we move in and it is filled with junk.*
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    New Epoxy Mixing Tool

    We recommend that you wear rubber gloves when mixing and using the epoxy compounds.
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    Floor Drains

    Floor drains are required by most plumbing codes to be connected to the building drainage system and building sewer. They are required to be trapped and vented.Minimum size is 2".Vents must be installed within 8 feet of the trap.Consult your local plumbing code office for details.
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    Ready to epoxy my garage floor

    I also want to know the same about relevant topic. This page give lot's of information about it. Thanks!!
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    Cracks and chips in floor

    You'd be better off pulling the old crete, dig down and bring in some compactible fill, vapor barrier if required in your area, lay down some mesh, and re-pour your floor.
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    Ceramic Tile

    I also want to know the same about this. If you know, please share. Thanks.
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    drilling a hole

    I also want to know the same about this. If you know, please share. Thanks.
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    Concrete Block on Floating Slab

    Not sure about your area but around here that would be against code.
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    Slab

    I also want to know the same about relevant topic. If you know, please share. Thanks.
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    rubber floor

    We are in the middle of the same decision process. I'm pretty sure most rubber flooring neatly rolls up or comes in tiles, and is rarely folded.
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    dancable flooring

    There are many modular flooring company's who you can buy from to create a danceable look. If you want it done in epoxy, then you will need an experienced industrial coating company to install it for you.
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    Cork Flooring

    I also want to know the same about Cork Flooring. If you know, please share. Thanks.
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    Insulated

    I am purchasing a new home and I want to decorate the floor with insulate flooring. If you have any idea to provide on this, let me know also. Thanks.
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    Concrete

    You need to make the surface of the current floor rough so the new floor will expand and contract at the same rate. Best to remove the old, but if you are going to put at least 3" thick of new concrete, you can put it on top.
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    Sealed Flooring

    I think timber flooring is the best option for it. It looks great.
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