Everyone knows the garage as being the place where you park your car, which is why it requires a strong and durable material like epoxy. However, because it is a lot more convenient to access the garage than the basement or attic, it has assigned the car to stay on the driveway while it accommodates other uses, such as:
1. Recreational Space Need a place to hang out and have fun? The garage is a great place for gaming, movie watching, or to simply hang out with friends and family. An epoxy garage floor is tough enough to withstand heavy foot traffic, large gaming machines, a home entertainment system, and some furniture.
2. Storage Room
The garage often becomes a dumping area for all things that are not being used but still kept for future use. Be it a lawn mower, a vacuum, or some surfboards, the garage is the best place for storing because it is a lot easier to access than the attic and the basement. Often, paints and some chemical products are also stored in this part of the house. The proper garage floor epoxy material would be able to endure weight and stains.
3. Workout Gym
Interested in looking buff without having to go to the gym? Create your own gym at home right in the garage. There are a variety of gym equipment available for home use and an epoxy floor is the most capable surface in the house to be able to accommodate heavy and large equipment and are resistant to impact caused by falling dumbbells.
4. Repair Station
Whether it is repairing a car, a wooden table, or electronics, the garage is often the go-to place. An epoxy surface is resistant to grease, dropping tools, and heat, making it an ideal floor to do some repair work on. The garage gives enough moving space and also keeps kids and pets out of harm’s way.
5. Jamming Area
Everyone knows that some of the greatest rock bands are formed in residential garages. The epoxy flooring in garages is perfect for jumping, stomping, and all those wild antics band players do during rehearsals. It is also resistant to abrasion that may be caused by the drum set, mic stands, and other musical equipment laid on the floor.