What is the size of a two car garage?
This was a question on of my customers asked, I thought I would post my findings in hopes that others would be helped.
After a Google search, I found that the most common sizes for a two car garage are:
Then I took a look some of our G-Floors (just some of the mats we have), I came up with the following sizes.
Some of the larger sizes of the G Floor rolls:
8 x 22
9 x 22
10 x 22
10 x 24
The above mats are meant to be one side of a garage floor, so if you put two mats together they would cover a garage that is:
(8 x 22 multiplied by 2) = a 16 x 22 garage floor area covered
(9 x 22 multiplied by 2) = a 18 x 22 garage floor area covered
(10 x 22 multiplied by 2) = a 20 x 22 garage floor area covered
(10 x 24 multiplied by 2) = a 20 x 24 garage floor area covered
So the above shows that we can add these sizes to the Google searched sizes:
16 x 22
18 x 22
20 x 22
20 x 24
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Keep in mind we have mats that come in approx. 2′ x 2′ sizes with puzzle connections and 1′ x 1′ tile mats that can be pieced together to create multiple patterns and colors to create a very unique and custom floor also.
The above G Floor roll mats cover the whole floor and hold back liquids.
A few of the larger sized G Floors can be cut to cover more space:
-we sell a 9 x 44 mat and after cutting the mat into two mats you get two 9 x 22 s, which can then cover a garage space of 18 x 22.
-we sell a 9 x 60 mat and after cutting the mat in to two mats you get two 9 x 30 s, which can then cover a garage space of 18 x 30 or 3 mats of 9 x 20 that cover 27 x 20.
HAPPY GARAGE FLOOR RENOVATIONS AND PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY HELP AT MYMATTING.COM
And please do not epoxy – we have so many people coming to us after they have wasted their money on epoxying.
Cute video…- LOL
THIS IS NOT HOW TO REFINISH A FLOOR, And will not have to IF you put matting down!