When it comes to garage floor tiles, there is a wide range of materials and styles to choose from.
You can now custom design your garage flooring. Consider pattern, durability, color, material and texture to suit your flooring needs. You might also be considering non slip tiles in your garage for safety.
With this in mind, here is our Garage Floor Tile Gallery and our Top 3 Garage Tile Options…
Garage Floor Tile Gallery
Interlocking Floor Tiles
Interlocking floor tiles are becoming popular as one of the best tiles for garage flooring. They are easy to install and offer some benefits and wonderful aesthetics. This kind of tile allows you to custom design your garage floor to match your needs.
There is an option for multiple colors or an all-solid color. You can make colored borders for storage and parking areas. You can choose a racing style checkered flag theme. You can create pathways between your vehicles.
There are two kinds of interlocking floor tiles. These are the rubber-like, flexible PVC tiles and the rigid polypropylene plastic. They are resistant to road salts, oils, stains, chemicals, mildew, and mold. They are also a non-slip tile and will not fade in the sunlight as they are UV-resistant.
Vinyl Composite Floor Tiles
Vinyl composite tiles (VCT) are sturdy tiles that are polished to a high glossy shine. Some of the colors of this tile will give your garage floor a “retro” look, which appeals to many people. You may also want to use a wood-like vinyl tile.
VCT can be a bit slippery when wet, but it is resistant to road salts, stains, and automobile fluids.
If you are looking for cheap floor tiles, VCT is your best bet as it is the most affordable choice. Although it can scratch from sharp objects, you can put a board under the jack stands when working on your car.
Polyvinyl Peel and Stick Tiles
Polyvinyl peel and stick tiles have a pressure sensitive adhesive on their back. Because of that, you do not need to put glue on the concrete when you install these tiles.
They have a non-porous, glossy finish, so there is no need to wax or apply special treatment. This feature also provides better protection from spills and stains.
Choosing Your Garage Floor Tiles
No matter which type of floor tiles you choose for your garage, you cannot go wrong with these top three options.
They are all easy to maintain and look great. Our best advice is to pick the garage floor tiles that best suit your personality, needs, and budget.
We would love to hear about what type of tiles you chose for your garage.
Let us know in the comments below…