Garage Floor FAQ

Welcome to our Garage Floor FAQ page, where we address common questions and provide valuable insights to help you make informed decisions about your garage floor. Whether you’re considering concrete installation, maintenance, or repairs, we’ve got you covered with expert answers to guide you to a durable, aesthetically pleasing, and long-lasting garage floor solution.

Garage Floor Q&A



Demolition will occur on Day 1. The concrete crew will return 1-3 days later to pour the concrete. Please keep in mind that concrete pouring is weather-dependent and we cannot pour concrete in the rain.

Please wait a minimum of 24 hours before walking on the new concrete. After 14 days, you can start using the garage as you normally would.

The best materials depend on your needs and budget. Concrete is the most common due to its durability and strength. Epoxy coatings are also popular for their resistance to stains, grease, and chemicals, providing a durable and easy-to-clean surface.

Not always. In many cases, a new surface can be applied over an existing one, especially if it’s still structurally sound. However, the old floor might need surface preparation such as cleaning, repairing cracks, or grinding to ensure proper adhesion of the new material.


Maintenance varies by material. Concrete floors might need sealing and occasional degreasing. Epoxy floors are low-maintenance, usually requiring just regular sweeping and mopping with mild detergents. Avoid using harsh chemicals that can damage the finish.

Durability depends on the material and how well the floor is maintained. Concrete floors can last decades if properly sealed and maintained.

Regular cleaning is recommended to remove dirt, debris, and potential stains. Here is a full guide on cleaning your concrete garage floor.

Here are three ways to safely remove oil stains from concrete as well as what you should avoid to prevent further damage.


Yes, small cracks can often be repaired using a concrete filler or a repair epoxy. The area should be cleaned thoroughly before applying the filler, and the repair should be allowed to cure as per the product instructions.

Cracks can be caused by a variety of factors, including settling, improper installation, extreme temperature changes, and heavy loads. Preventative measures include proper floor installation with control joints, maintaining a stable temperature in your garage, and avoiding excessive weight on the floor.

This depends on the extent of the damage. If the structural integrity of the concrete is compromised, replacement might be necessary. For surface-level issues, resurfacing might be an option. Consulting a professional is recommended to assess the best course of action.


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