Garage floor resurfacing is the process of removing old and deteriorating garage flooring and replacing it with new garage floor surfaces that are smoother and more secure than ever before. With our garage floor resurfacing services, we use precision and caution to remove all forms of old or hazardous flooring that could otherwise prevent the new flooring from performing to the best of its ability. In doing so, we recommend setting aside some time when your garage floors will not be needed for car storage, as the degree of your existing floors may determine how long of a process removing them could be.
Removing Old Garage Floors
The process of removing old garage floors usually consists of removing old concrete. Since most garage floors are installed using concrete, the concrete can easily become cracked and cave in over time. Repairing concrete cracks has often been a great solution for many but if your concrete is beyond the point of repair, we will have to grind it down to a removable size before fully pulling it from the ground base. Once ground, we can then remove old concrete pieces, clean the area, and prepare it for new garage flooring if replacing it with concrete again.
Resurfacing your garage floors has many more benefits than just increasing its appearance. When you choose to resurface your garage floors, you’re easily adding many more years of service and use from your surfaces. Newer garage floors can increase your home’s value and the safety for how the garage is to be used. When you resurface your garage floors and let us take care of the logistics, you can trust that your new garage floors will be safer, smoother, and more secure than they previously were.
Some clients have come to wonder if garage floor resurfacing really is more cost-efficient than simply repairing cracks and damages. Depending on the age and integrity of your existing concrete flooring, it may be worth the cost to resurface your garage floors entirely. We say this based on how your garage floors are used, for what purpose, and to what degree their appearance matters to your home’s value. If you’re attempting to sell your home in the near future and you have children that play in the garage or you store vehicles in the garage, resurfacing cracks and broken concrete will prove to be much more cost-efficient and beneficial than if you continue to seal cracks. Constantly sealing the cracks can eventually lead to an unsightly or uneven appearance in the concrete itself, eventually devaluing the surface entirely.
If your garage floors are in need of resurfacing but you aren’t concerned about their safety or valuation, perhaps you just want newer floors than provide a better aesthetic to your home. If you welcome guests into your home through the garage or you’re worried that faulty floors could give your home’s image a bad market value, it’s probably time to consider resurfacing your garage floors for a brighter, newer, more pristine appearance. Find out much more details about us.