What Is the Best Floor for a Garage?

Whether you want to create a space for your family and children, a gym, or a true car paradise — garage flooring plays a huge role in the renovation.

To help you make an informed decision based on your needs and wants, we’ll be listing our top three best garage flooring options. Additionally, we will go into detail about their benefits and flaws, and how and when these solutions can be applied.


Garage Carpeting

Garage carpeting has become the most popular solution for those who want to cover their old, unappealing concrete floor. Garage carpeting also makes cleaning and maintaining your garage easier, and it’s completely water and mould-proof.

For this reason, we offer affordable, yet high-quality garage carpet manufactured in Europe. 

The carpets are made of Polypropylene fibres, stitched together with the help of a special needle-punching method. Additionally, our installation process includes proper preparation of the surface — ensuring a long-lasting solution.

The end result is a more comfortable, dense, stronger, and thicker material, which makes the world of difference both long and short term. Short term, you’ll notice you’ve become more comfortable in the space, and you won’t spend as much money on remodeling in the long run.


Vinyl Planking

Whether you’re planning on turning your garage into a play or laundry room, or just using it to park and work on your car — vinyl planking may be the perfect choice for you. This material will give your garage that luxurious look, and make it easier to clean and maintain at the same time.

Vinyl Planking is also quite durable and made to sustain rough treatment and any scuffs and scrapes that are bound to occur. Additionally, the material is waterproof, so you won’t have to worry about an accidental spill or forgotten puddle of water ruining it.



The one thing to keep in mind with vinyl planking is that it requires a maximum moisture content of 13%. So, if the garage floor or the climate you live in is more humid, vinyl planking may not be the best option.

All of that being said, the moisture requirement isn’t a difficult one to reach, so vinyl planking will likely work for most garages. 



SwissTrax can take any old garage and give it a high-end appearance and is perfectly tailored for storing multiple cars. It also features an interlocking plastic tile system, which can be customized to create unique looks. Not to mention, thanks to its durability and grip, SwissTrax is quite often the garage flooring of choice for car buffs all over the world.

SwissTrax NZ puts a premium on quality and longevity and even offers a lifetime warranty for twisting, curling, braking and fading. Another amazing benefit to this type of flooring is that you can take it with you if you move, and simply reinstall it at a different location. Thus, you’ll be able to keep your garage flooring for a long period of time.

Finally, a great part of the reason behind SwissTrax’s popularity is that it doesn’t require any floor preparation or additional work. It can be installed easily and quickly, without needing any special materials or filling. Thus, it’s perfect for a multitude of homes and uses.