Can I Drive on this Floor Covering?

G‑Floor® Roll Out Flooring was first designed specifically for use as a garage Parking Pad®, meaning it was born to be driven on! The #1 garage floor protectors in the world, G‑Floor® garage mats are strong enough to drive a car on, yet they are soft and sound buffering. These are just a few of the many features accompanying our most durable vinyl flooring rolls . Learn more as we answer some of your most FAQs.

What makes G‑Floor® Universal Flooring so strong? 

Manufactured in the USA of 100% solid, premium polyvinyl, G‑Floor® garage flooring is engineered differently than most other vinyl sheet flooring . G‑Floor® is polyvinyl through and through without any layers, laminate, filler – paper, foam or clay - or thin wear layers. Other vinyl flooring manufacturers use high-quality materials on only the top 10-20% of their flooring product to make it look good. G‑Floor® ’s unique construction makes it a far more superior product that provides years of durability and performance under the heaviest SUVS, extensive foot traffic and extreme weather conditions.

Will G‑Floor® last long under the weight of heavy automobiles? 

Our best in class garage floor rolls are purposefully-designed to stand the test of time and will pull their weight for years under the roughest wear and tear. G‑Floor® roll out garage floor mats are entirely waterproof, seamless subfloor protection that resists mold, mildew, wood rot and other forms of deterioration that will often cause competitors flooring to break down more quickly. It’s solid, joint-free design won’t crack, tear, dent, peel and curl like the others, either. G‑Floor® is so proud of the durability of this flooring that it comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty not often found with other resilient vinyl flooring .

And G‑Floor® isn’t only for cars. G‑Floor® mats for the garage make great parking pads for motorcycles, lawnmowers, golf carts, or other machinery which might leak transmission, brake, anti-freeze or other oils, gas or corrosive garage fluids. These garage floor coverings are ideal for containing snow, ice, road salt and debris so you don’t bring it indoors on your shoes.

Can I drive on it right after installing? 

We like to recommend letting G‑Floor® rest after DIY roll out flooring installation because the longer it sets, the better it looks. Curls and creases will have time to relax. But with that being said, you can immediately drive and park your car on G‑Floor® roll out garage flooring right after installing. This is a huge benefit to other types of concrete garage floor coverings – epoxy coatings, paint, tiles, etc. – which take days to dry and cure before being ready for use.

Is G‑Floor® only for the garage? 

Although G‑Floor® started out as the most durable vinyl garage floor protector, it wasn’t long before G‑Floor® Universal Flooring was making a name for itself indoors in business and residential settings. This tough, multi-purpose flooring adds life to new builds or renovates a worn out space with style and ease. G‑Floor® is so versatile it has every customer and space covered. Here are just a few of G‑Floor® ’s many commercial and residential flooring applications:

  • Utility rooms
  • Laundry rooms
  • Basements
  • Recreational rooms
  • Gyms
  • Educational facilities
  • Healthcare buildings
  • Retail establishments
  • Storage sheds
  • Warehouses
  • Trailers, modular, and mobile units
  • Kitchens
  • Baths
  • And more! 

With a variety of neutral colors, patterns and sizes to choose from, G‑Floor® has your residential or commercial floor covered

Is there anything else I should know about G‑Floor® garage flooring?

Oh there is so much more to G‑Floor® than meets the eye. Hardworking G‑Floor® looks great covering flooring imperfections such as cracks, minor spalling and concrete stains. It is stain-resistant, flame retardant and slip-resistant for safety. G‑Floor® is super easy to install by just rolling out and trimming to fit with a sharp utility knife. You can use one garage floor mat or butt/adhere multiple mats together for a more permanent wall-to-wall coverage. And when it's time to clean, you can hose it off in the yard, use a broom, vacuum, or wipe with a damp mop and dish soap. If you choose to use a cleaning detergent, make sure it's vinyl-safe.

If you ever do need to replace G‑Floor® Universal Flooring for the garage and more, you’ll be happy to know that our product is recyclable.