Winter is coming fast!
From harsh weather to road salt and runoff, winter brings many obstacles. Read about how you can protect your garage floor from all things cold and winter
November 25th 2022 through December 5th 2022, you can get 10% off your purchase on GFloor.com. This discount is not valid on prior purchases and closeout product is excluded.
Use discount code BF2022 at checkout!
Not Just For Your Garage
Your car isn't the only thing that will get covered in snow! Have you ever had to towel off your dog after they run in the snow? Lay down G‑Floor® for Pets to save your floor from anything they might bring inside.
What is "Loose Lay Flooring?"
Flooring that doesn't require adhesive or installation is considered "loose lay" or "floating" flooring. You can reposition your vinyl flooring any time you need to; move it to another corner or a different part of your home with ease. With G‑Floor® vinyl flooring, it really is as easy as "unroll and go."
Prep Your Home Gym
If you're spending more time inside, your exercise equipment will be getting a real workout. Use an exercise equipment mat to protect your floor from sweat, spills, and scratches. Plus, it's easy to move for cleaning or repositioning.
Tips and Tricks
Since G‑Floor® is easy to trim to size, extra scraps have plenty of uses around the home. Line your tool shelf, make an under sink mat, or put some G‑Floor® underneath your pet's bowl.
Your Reviews Are Appreciated!
And the Winner Is...
Thanks to everyone that entered our contest! We received a lot of high-quality entries. It was a difficult decision; congratulations to the winner, Kali M! Kali plans to use G‑Floor® for her dog boarding and training business.
Tired Pups Need Vinyl Flooring Too
Yeti and Lulu are living it up on their G‑Floor® mat. Thanks sharing your amazing photo, Jeff!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: If I'm doing a full wall-to-wall installation, how much space do I need to leave around the perimeter?
A: When not using adhesive, we recommend a 1" gap between the flooring and walls or large, heavy stationary objects, such as shelving/cabinets or workbenches. Vinyl will expand/contract as temperatures change, so the gap allows the flooring room to expand without being inhibited. Not allowing this space can lead to the mat pushing against the object and causing buckling and rippling.