Garage Floor Mats
Garage Floor Mats are perfect for those who are looking for a simple one-day installation. The BLT garage mat is suggested for wall to wall coverage for most parking pads. We carry a number of options ranging from mats meant for garage floor protection to those designed to contain dirt, snow and moisture. Garage Flooring, LLC also carries absorbent garage mats to absorb oil and other common spills.
It is our policy to suggest plywood under kickstands, split kickstands, jacks, jack stands and other items that may create a point load. A puck will suffice for kickstands.
The Benefits of Garage Floor Mats
Are you considering added protection for your garage flooring? Garage floor mats for cars can keep your flooring intact after experiencing heavy vehicle traffic while helping keep your garage consistently organized and clean. They’re very easy to install and come with many options that allow for ample customization.
Many people also use garage mats, including rubber garage flooring mats, to protect flooring from general damage, spills, and staining. For example, if your garage is susceptible to oil spills or leaks, this substance can get onto your concrete and cause permanent stains without the help of protective garage mats.
Another advantage of garage flooring is the ability to keep them clean better than other floor coverings. Once you install mats for cars and overall protection, you can then clean your garage floor by simply wiping the mats or rinsing them off with a hose. Their layout c
Garage Car Mats Protect Your Concrete!
Garage floor mats provide a great way to beautify and protect your floor. From BLT G-Floor rolls to containment mats and carpet Garage Mats, we have you covered! We believe it is important that you see the product before you make a purchase. As a result, we also continue to offer two free samples of the products we sell.
G-Floor is a great option for your floor. Unlike epoxy or tile, our mats can be rolled out in minutes. If you are covering the entire floor, these mats can be trimmed to fit. Mats are substantially easier to install than garage floor coatings as they require little to no surface preparation, no harsh chemicals and have a considerably lower risk of failure.
Want additional details about these types of garage mats and what they can do for you? Garage Flooring LLC can give all the details you need to learn more about G floor mats.
Garage Flooring LLC, The Experienced Choice
Garage Flooring LLC of Colorado is more than just low prices and free shipping — our Colorado offices are staffed by industry experts that are dedicated to helping you find the best flooring option for your specific needs.
With over 20 years of experience in Garage Flooring and Storage ideas and solutions, our “man cave” team is dedicated to providing quality flooring at affordable prices with incredible service savings and honest advice. Above all, we are pleased to serve you while making sure you get exactly the right product!
Types of Parking Mats
It is important to consider that there are different types of products that have different applications. For example, TruContain mats are designed to contain water and snow, which helps keep moisture and dirt from going all over your garage floor. While PVC products such as the G-Floor ribbed mats can accomplish the same function to a lesser degree, they are much more attractive and are designed as a complete garage flooring solution — or to be used as parking pads.
solution — or to be used as parking pads.
For something different from rubber and other materials, consider carpet mats that can add more colors and patterns while lending ample protection for your garage flooring.
What to Look for in Garage Floor Mats for Cars
To ensure you find the right garage mats, whether you’re looking for rubber garage flooring, another type of garage floor protector, or specialty mats, there are some factors to consider, including:
- Protection from Harsh Conditions: If your garage is in a location with harsh weather conditions or roads consisting of gravel or other loose materials, select a product that can keep your flooring protected.
- Easy Cleaning: Another key consideration for garage floor mats for cars and other vehicles is ease of cleaning. Make sure it’s easy to wipe or rinse off any debris and dirt that builds up, which will help your flooring look and function at its best.
- Durability: The proper garage mats will also provide more protection through sufficient durability. Your mat should be able to hold up under heavy use if it’s likely to experience heavy vehicle or foot traffic.
- Resistance to Chemicals: Oils, coolants, and many other chemicals could cause damage to floors in garage spaces if you’re not careful. If chemicals pose a risk to your garage flooring, choose a garage floor protector that can resist chemicals.
We Are Here to Help
One thing that has not changed is the importance of speaking with one of our experts to determine the best product for your application. Every garage is entirely different. While mats may be great for one garage, epoxy or polyurea may be preferred for another. Tiles also offer advantages. The bottom line is all of this can leave you with your head spinning. Give us a call at 800-956-4301 and we can walk you through the absolute best options for your needs.
American Made Options
When considering different products, remember that Better Life Technology “G-Floor” garage floor mats are Made in the USA and shipped from their plant in Emporia, KS. While our competitors offer roll-out flooring from Asia, our PVC G-Floor garage flooring rolls are American made. While we understand that you have a lot of choices on where to buy your garage flooring product, we believe we are the best choice because we offer free shipping, expert advice, a price match guarantee, and hands down the best service in the industry. Carpet mats are also becoming more popular. Drip Mats by G-Floor are a great option. While we have industry-leading buying power, we are a small company that is intent on serving each and every customer. Looking to compare containment, PVC, and carpet mats?
Additional Flooring Options
Garage floor tiles are a great way to customize your floors and work better over larger areas than multiple mats garage floor coatings are an outstanding option for those who don’t mind a little extra work. TruContain products contain moisture, dirt, and mess.
FAQ About Garage Flooring Mats
How thick should a garage floor mat be?
The thickness we recommend typically centers on your primary use. We refer to the thickness of our mats in mil (thousands of an inch). Though the size of our garage floor mats varies, they range from 45 mil (about 9/200th inch) to up to 75 mil (about 5/64th inches). We take our measurements by checking the thickness of the base. Whether you use your garage as a workout space, man cave, workshop, or a place to store your prized vehicle, we can help you find the perfect garage floor mat. Feel free to contact us with questions about our sizing.
How do you install garage floor mats?
Garage floor mat installation is a do-it-yourself process, and there are a couple of different options. You can go with a “floating mat,” which means that the mat is unsecured and has no stationary objects on top of it. If you plan to use the floor mat as a parking pad, it doesn’t require any adhesive — all you need to do is roll it out and park your vehicle on top. You can also secure the garage floor mat with single-sided adhesive tape on the front edge of the mat. Taping down more than one edge of the mat may cause buckling. Be sure to sweep the garage floor clean of debris and wipe up any oil and chemicals before installation.
How do I keep my garage floor mat from moving?
If your garage floor mats are sliding, there are some simple solutions that you can do to keep them in place. Many of our customers have had great success using our Super Sticky Double Sided Tape on the front edge of the garage floor mat. Doing this gives you the best results when the floor mat is relaxed. Another option is to secure the mat with double-sided acrylic carpet tape. However, we don’t recommend using double-sided tape solely around the perimeter of the parking pad because it can cause the center of the mat to buckle. For best results, be sure to apply tape to the front edge only.