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Garage Flooring

My garage flooring, for lack of a better word, sucks. It is cracked all over. It has weeds and ants making homes in the cracks. It is nothing that I would even want to take a picture of and show you — that's how bad it looks. Ideally, I would like a garage floor that looks like this instead:

That looks 100 times better than what I have right now.  It actually makes it look like a room of the house.  Speaking of the house, I wonder if you can use this on your basement floor (note to self:  check into that).  Another little thing I found that I need for my garage is one of these:

I won't tell you how many times I have pulled too far ahead in my garage.  We use to have a 2 x 4 laying on the ground, but that has a tendency to move.  Also, everyone seems to trip over it too.  Is anyone else's garage the forgotten room of the house?

5 thoughts on “Garage Flooring”

  1. Something that really works for parking in the garage is attaching a tennis ball to some string and hanging it from your garage roof so that when you pull into the garage, the ball hits your windshield and then you know you're in far enough. =)

  2. Haha, this is co-incidental, but we just cleaned out our garage! We just moved house, so yeah. So, for the time being, the garage is where most of our junk is stored.

  3. I'm thinking we'll hire these awesome guys to come do our garage redo!! Hunk-a-hunk-a Burnin' Love!!! They were so cool in Vegas–I just want to meet up at some downtown establishment and chill with them!! You could come too!! 😉

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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