Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 23
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Aaron Terrible!
Like many others, I purchased this floor for my garage in July 2015 when it was on sale. I totally regret the purchase and now have to completely clear out my garage and remove this awful product. After one year there are three major issues that I have found with the product that cannot be remedied and should be considered warranty issues; (1) hot tire pickup and staining, (2) bubbling and curling in random locations and (3) movement of the product. Unfortunately the product is only warrantied for one year so basically this will be a a monumental waste of time and money. The manual does mention that stains must be cleaned up or they can be permanent but there is no way it can be advertised as a garage floor product when hot tires will leave marks. I noticed that this is a product made by "NewAge" and it just so happens that I purchased $400 worth of workbenches and they are made by this same company. I will be canceling that order and taking my business elsewhere thank you very much!
August 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Unique07 dont drive on it
It looks very nice when first installed, much nicer than a concrete floor but....I was under the opinion it was safe to drive on. There are now tire marks almost as if the hot rubber tire could have burnt the flooring. If there is away to get these marks off I sure would like to know. I tried bleach, soap water, goof off, goo gone and the marks don't even fade. Im also a disappointed because I have noticed to small rips but I haven't the slightest idea how the rips were made because they were not there at the time of installment
September 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Alan I love walking on my garage floor now.
My concrete garage floor is cold and dirty year round. I hated walking into my garage with my bare feet. I decided to try the PVC flooring because:
A. It looks nice
B. Its easy to install
C. It covers my entire garage, wall to wall
I installed it by simply overlapping each roll by about 6 inches. No adhesive necessary and so far, it doesn't appear to be a problem.
I love it! I can walk into my garage barefoot and it feels good. It is extremely easy to clean (even with a vacuum cleaner).
My only real complaint (and its a small one) is that I put the flooring down in the winter and because the floor is so cold, the PVC hasn't flattened out yet and consequently, it has ripples everywhere from being rolled up. I expect that once temperatures get above 70 degrees, the flooring will relax a bit and smooth out.
March 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TN Great look, clean, and economical
This product gives my garage floor a nice and clean look. It can handle cars driving in and out. Quick installation. Installation could have been easy. It was rolled and shipped with top side out and I can't roll out with the bottom side to the floor. I had to unroll a little bit at a time (because of heavy weight) and this caused ripples on the material. It has been over a week and the ripples have not all gone away. If I know about this, I could use a different way to unroll in one shot. Cleaning is easy. Dirt marks from tires, no problem. One thing I would be careful is NOT to turn the car wheel while the car is not moving. This is true for any plastic flooring.
July 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by grk1 Not for cars
This floormat is not for to park cars. I had a good epoxy floor and it was holding my car very nicely. I thought I would add in another layer with this mat. I used for only two days, this mat started showing black/brown tire marks where I parked my car. I thought of removing to clean it outside and I saw the mat stuck to the floor under tires and it peeled epoxy paint from the floor. I could not use this mat to park car and now it spoiled my garage floor.
June 29, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Larry won't lay flat
I see this product is discontinued. I purchased one in July and it has an area the entire length that won't lay flat. It is a continuing air pocket design that is over 2 feet wide that maybe was a result of being the end of a roll. I even tried running a lawn roller over it with no luck. Too bad, it would look good if it wasn't for the flaw
August 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by none7used Too narrow but there's a cure
I bought a roll of this a few years back, pushed it into a corner and did not pull it out until last fall. After laying it out in the area where my vehicle would sit I quickly realized that this was not wide enough. The reason for this is that as chunks of snow melt and fall from under my vehicles fenders the splash throws the salty liquid further out than this allows.
The cure for this is to buy a 2nd roll, do a careful splice down the middle and seal it the best you can.
My garage now looks much nicer, the water is contained and the eventual buildup of dirt will be much easier to clean.
December 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYer Work for what I need
Bought 2 rolls to cover my garage floor wall to wall. I used double sided carpet tape at the lap joint (tried the but joint but it was hard to line up and it get a tight joint). I also glued it down and sealed the edge at the garage door opening to keep any water or dirt from getting under it. I also curled it up the wall for the same reason. It's make the garage floor look clean and nice to walk bare foot on.
I would recommend only installing this in the summer so you can unroll it in the hot sun which help flatten it out from being rolled up and makes it easier to work with. Watch for metal edges on shelves I put a wood latte under it so the rack would not cut into the flooring.
October 5, 2014