I don't get any snow but can you explain why Epoxy and Snow don't work.
The other thought is to just stain the concrete but Epoxy will help reduce noise and dust.
I've had both race deck and epoxy floors. I didn't like the race deck because it moves around too much and is difficult to clean>>
That is my main problem with racedeck in my garage. I cannot figure out how to keep it looking clean. I have tried every kind of cleaner and mop, nothing really cleans the tires marks off . Has anyone found a good solution?
Normally you do not install tile directly to a concrete floor, they normally use Ditra mat so the tile kinda floats above the concrete floor. As a side note my Aston Martin dealer has tiles on their service bay floors, I know there are several grades of tiles for this purpose.Any comments on porcelain (etc.) tile?
I have a new house in Port Townsend, WA with an about 620 sq ft attached garage. The garage is currently uninsulated, so I plan to insulate walls and ceiling and add heat, plus a four-post lift to fit three cars in comfortably. This leaves the currently unfinished and uninsulated concrete slab to deal with.
I don't want a slippery finish as the garage will be a workspace for general woodwork/metalwork as well as for automotive stuff. Welding is also on the cards, so I don't want anything combustible on the floor.
With porcelain tile, there is the possibility of electric underfloor heat, using such underlayments as Schluter's "Ditra Heat". I'm not expecting to heat the garage with this alone, but to take the chill off the floor.
Does anyone have experience with porcelain tile, especially with underfloor heat? I gather that quality porcelain tile over concrete is as tough (if not tougher) than the concrete itself, but what about when applied over the underfloor heating substrate?
The floor looks great! I am now considering putting a new gloss layer over mine. How have you found the cleanup to be so far on yours? (BTW, I love that single post lift...still can't figure out the physics of them, but it looks great!)Heres mine, I went with epoxy and a single post lift