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Choosing the Right Material for Your Garage Floor

There are many ways that you can spruce up your garage. Many homeowners start with an organization process that helps them find a place for everything in cabinets and other forms of storage. Once that is completed, a new garage flooring can be put down to turn your garage into a space that you love. When you are ready to choose your flooring, here are some things you should consider.

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The Function of the Space
Before you choose the flooring material you want to install inside your garage, you will want to consider what the main purpose of the space will be. A garage that will be use for a lot of projects such as car repair or woodworking will need a floor that is durable and stain resistant. However, if you are using your garage space as another living area of your home or a place to show off your collectible vehicles, you can choose a flooring that has style as well as functionality.

Types of Materials Available
Flooring for your garage comes in many different types of material. The material you choose will be determined by the wear and tear you expect with your daily functions inside the garage, as well as the installation process. The two most common types of flooring you can use for a garage are a rollout kind that can be cut to fit the space or an interlocking tile system that can be installed quickly. Primers, paints and stains can also be used, but these flooring types take significantly longer to complete and may need professional expertise to be installed correctly.

Another aspect of the different flooring materials available for your garage is how easy it is to maintain. If you are doing extensive work on vehicles, for example, you will want to choose a flooring material that is easy to clean, even when salt or oil stains collect on the floor. When your garage is more like a showroom than a workroom, you will want to make sure that the flooring you choose is easy to sweep and clean.

Flooring is an essential part of turning an ordinary garage into another living space for you and your family. The right flooring will help you achieve the look you want.


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6 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Winter is upon us! And it comes with a bad news and a good one. The good news is that Santa Claus is expected to appear bringing gifts. The bad news is that your car will have to undergo a couple of modifications in order deal with the cruel winter.

If it’s your first time facing winter with a new car you can take a look at the following tips and make a list with all the things you want to check before the cold weather takes over the world.

Tips on How to Prepare Your Car for Winter

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1. The first thing you need to do is take your car to a mechanic who can check the following things: brakes, battery, defroster, antifreeze level, thermostat and heater.

2. Road salt is known for its corrosive features and it can easily damage the car’s paint. Wash it properly and coat it with fresh wax if you want to prevent damage and keep your car looking new for a longer period of time.

3. The car’s coolant should be somewhere between the minimum and the maximum level. It is very important to have plenty of anti-freeze in the coolant in order to assure the protection of your engine.

4. The tyres are just as important as the rest of the car. You should check to see if they have any bulges or splits. And don’t forget about the pressure. If you live in a snowy area buy winter tyres which can help you with the traction and maintain better control.

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5. Buy winter wiper blades that can cut the snow or ice. Leave the regular ones at home during winter. And definitely don’t forget to change the windshield wiper fluid with one that is designed especially for freezing conditions.

6.  It’s frustrating to have to deal with doors that stick in the cold. But there are special sprays that can be bought from motor retailers. If you don’t want to spend so much money you can also use vaseline as  more cost effective  alternative.

Tick all these elements on your list and you will be ready to face the nasty cold without any problems. Do you have any other tips on how to prepare your car for winter?