Originally Posted by mlyday
I would look at these for the floor.http://www.garagefloor.com/garage-floor-new-diamond.htm
My father in law did his garage in them. they come in solid or a mesh type and just snap together with. They come in multiple colors so you could do a design if you wanted. They arent cheap, but you could do a section at a time as money came available. They come up pretty easy too if you need to get them up.
Only problem with that is the garage is 22x22 which is about 484 sq ft which is about 12 boxes of 40x 1ft tiles which are $100 a box... which is over $1,200 just for the floor. It looks like really nice stuff... at looks like it is thin enough to easily install without getting in the way of anything else... but for it to be a great floor I would really want it to cover wall to wall.. then if you have a spill etc you can just grab the hose and spray it out! perfect!
We spent about 5,000 on the garage remodeling, the doors were about $1,200 and the ceiling was somewhere close to $1,000 with all of the tiles, lights, and insulation etc. Already spent over $600 on strippers and epoxy paint on the floors which will now have to be removed.... so we are already -$600... lets see if we can find some investors..... If we can afford it it would be a great idea.... I am liking the Coin style best as I think it could create better channels to mop up spills etc. Thanks for the link!