The longer you have occupied the premises; the more sense it makes. And so too a sense of urgency should be the order of the day in regard to garage floor resurfacing the longer you have been in occupation of the premises. Here you will be thinking in terms of years, of course, as in, say, twenty, thirty years. And should that have been the case, it would be a wonder that you still had a garage floor standing.
This is particularly so if you were utilising a garage for commercial purposes. A residential garage, on the other hand is still able to withstand the domestic pressure placed on it. But things soon start to change once the garage owner decides to widen the garage and park not one but two SUVs in the garage. Whether they run on gas or are now hybrid, these are still luxury ticket items for a majority of readers here.
And the weight of these vehicles will still have some (heavy) bearing on the flooring even if it is concrete. Concrete is not as strong as it looks. Uncovered, it can become brittle and turn somewhat into dust in next to no time, and that’s even without pressure being placed on it. Of course, it is a wholly different ballgame as far as commercial garages go. These environments will always be bearing up with pressure, one way or another.
But will they cope? Sooner or later, something will give. Rather later than sooner. Go one step further in ensuring that it never, ever happens at all, and you can do that by investing in garage floor resurfacing that makes use of epoxy products. And it goes further still with regular maintenance work thereafter.