The concrete floor of your garage is not providing you with a clean, safe, or functional space. In fact, concrete flooring in your garage presents a number of issues. For one, the various fluids from your car, including oil, gas, and others, often leak and drip onto the concrete, leaving you with deterioration and staining. When you drive your car in from a winter storm, all the snow and road salt melt onto your concrete and begin to attack it, causing pitting and cracking.
Worse still, concrete is a natural breeding ground for mold, mildew, and bacteria. Our humid climate and rainfall increase the risk of mold and mildew growth.