Garage floor epoxy can become dirty and gray over the years, collect small oil stains and other engine-related gravel and dirt. With epoxy flooring installed in your garage will give years of little maintenance beauty. Oil and other engine fluids wipe up with household paper and will not leave for a nasty residue that is so common in uncounted concrete floors.
Call garage floor epoxy installers to give you an estimate. Prices may vary greatly from company to company, so it pays to compare prices from several. Also, make sure they provide references, insurance certificates and any license that may be required when they will measure your garage. Ask what the estimate is included. Will they prep concrete or just clean it? Most concrete needs some sort of abrasion to make sure the epoxy fits properly and the concrete must be cleaned thoroughly from dirt, oil and gasoline residues.
Check references provided by companies for garage floor epoxy installation. Ask if they were happy with the work being done. Also asking about the professionalism of workers and the time it took to complete the job. Finally, ask if they would hire the company again. Compare the different quotes to see which one gives the most service at least the price. Keep in mind that the lowest price is not always the best offer and if your feelings of love tell you something is not right with a bid it usually is not.