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I have a newly built garden room with a concrete floor. It takes you from the rear service alley into my garden. It is used mainly for storage.I am stumped about what floor to use. Vinyl cushioned will damage easily if boxes etc are dragged across it & LVT like karndean way too expensive.It needs be moppable due continual mud being traipsed through.How would tiles be? Generally not a fan due to grout issues but I guess if I had them sealed from the start, it might not be so bad? What size, given a not perfectly level concrete floor?Any ideas would be really helpful.
If its only a storage room, not a posh room that people see, why not just paint the concrete?Originally these sort of rooms would have had quarry tiles.
Thanks. It's not perfectly smooth & I can see it being a pain to mop, but hadn't thought of that.
www.forhousing.com/how-to-apply-epoxy-garage-floor-coatingDont know it you can get this product in UK, I guess the work is in the preparation of sanding and jetwashing the floor, but it looks great
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