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Before you start your
How to know which garage floor is right for you and why
that's not the first question you should ask.
Most garage floor websites
start out with pictures of great looking floors. They show you photo galleries of other people’s
garages. The problem is that it doesn’t tell you much about your own garage
floor. And yes, your floor is as distinct as you
So, before you jump to the beauty shots, we’d like to share over 30 years of
professional concrete surface expertise. Why? It’s simple:
believe the best customers are informed customers.
Garage floor reviews.
Google “garage floor reviews” and you’ll find thousands of
manufacturers and finishes. It’s all pretty overwhelming. But what the reviewers don’t tell you is just as
important as the type of floor you choose. The most important decision you can make is on whom to rely for
why The MJA Company is dedicated to consumer education. So, no matter who you talk with about your next
concrete flooring project, you'll have the advantage of knowing just a little more about this great big
concrete world we all live in.
Concrete Floor Succcess:
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before you say "Go."
This FREE, NO-OBLIGATION GUIDE shows you the ten most important questions
you should ask before you start your next concrete flooring project.
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Don’t make a fatal mistake with the largest room in your
Chances are, your garage is the largest and most abused room in your
house. Your garage floor is under constant attack by extreme temperature changes, oil, spills, abrasion,
impact, and road contaminates. Unlike worn or stained carpet, concrete floor failure is both dangerous and
expensive. In some cases, a damaged concrete floor can result in the weakening of other parts of your
Many concrete failures and potential problems are difficult to detect. In
some cases, floor treatments hide the evidence of, or even contribute to, greater problems. To avoid future
problems and expense, you should always have your garage floor inspected by a professional before you commit
to any floor treatment.
to Concrete Floor Success