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solid or self-draining interlocking tiles for garage, and how to prepare the floor?

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Sup9, 18 Aug 2019.

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    Just got the garage painted and I'm thinking of laying interlocking tiles on the floor.

    I have bare concrete floor atm, not sure how levelled it is but it's not very smooth - some dents and sticking out concrete too. Is the solid tiles better or the self draining type? I think the self - draining type would be difficult to keep clean - so I'm leaning towards the solid type.

    Do I need to level the floor and make it smooth before laying the tiles? My living room was not that flat when I laid the laminate floor (with underlay) and sometimes there's squeeze noise when walking on it. but not sure how the interlocking tiles will react to uneven/flat floor? Ideally I can just lay the tiles as it is, maybe with some synthetic landscape fabric as I read it will help reducing noise on uneven floors.
     
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