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Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

Posted by missymar (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 28, 07 at 15:18

Are they worth the cost?


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

I was considering garage tek also. Have you found out any new info?


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

No, I haven't. They're very pretty & look efficient, but jst. wonder if they're worth the cost?


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

I went with Storewall. I felt like the Garage Tek limited me to their accessories. I'm very pleased with the Storewall so far. I've also put a few panels of it in my exercise room and DH has put it in his woodworking shop.

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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

your floor looks great, what is it? is it just floating or glued to the floor?


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

The floor is Daytona by SportCourt. Floating snap together tiles. Very sturdy and easy to install.
Annette


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

are they thick and sturdy enough that if a car rolls on it, the area in front of the tires will not bubble/lift up? hope I am making sense, is there a term to desribe this?


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RE: Anyone have those fancy Garage Tek set-ups?

Question on garage floors like the one above or even when you epoxy them, are they suitable for Central NY; due to winters and melting snows and slush on the garage floor? anyone experience that in a similar region?

I WISH I could be in ayear round warm climate


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