I installed the black and white checkerboard peel and stick floor tile in my garage in April of 2011. As of this post which is created on December 24th 2015 the floor still looks great. Every tile is still firmly in place.
Peel & Stick Garage Flooring Tile
I live in New Jersey. In New Jersey we get hot summers consistently in the 80 to 90 degree range. During heat waves it’s not uncommon to go over 100 degrees. Humidity gets very high. In winter the average temperatures are in the 30’s and 40’s. It’s not unusual for cold snaps to bring temperatures down into the single digits. My point is that the extreme temperatures have not affected the adhesion of the flooring. See our patterns and prices on garage floor tile, click here.
The video below is me explaining and talking about the floor tile installation in progress on that day in April 2011. Mine is only a one car garage 90% of the area was installed in about 2 hours. To my recollection it took about another 3 hours or maybe a little more too cut into small pieces around the outside edges around the doorways and walls. I am NOT a handyman. In fact the only reason I really install the tile on the floor in my garage is because for years prior to that installation many people asked me if the tile would work on a cement garage floor.
Garage Floor Installation Video
I do not park my car in my garage because it’s too small. My garage is just for the kids bicycles my golf clubs the trash cans and some other typical household items we need to keep in storage.
A Cheap Garage Flooring Solution You Can Do Yourself
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With the manufacturer we have developed a product which is almost identical to the tile I used on my garage floor. It’s a just a little but more money but is warrantied to park a car on it. We have been selling it with much success for several years. Customers constantly send us their installation photos and success stories.
So many of our customers come because they have tried other flooring solutions in their garage such as epoxy paint or other more expensive tile products which fail to hold up or are difficult to keep clean. The appeal of the peel and stick tiles is a combination of ease of installation, the easy to keep them clean, the ability to remove and replace tiles which may become damaged or corrupt over the course of time (which seldom happens) and of course they’re very low cost.
Photos from our satisfied customers who purchased and installed our garage floor tile.