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RaceDeck Garage Flooring Part #RDBLK-20 Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by alan g (Spring Hill, FL) — Sep 05, 2017 11:41 AM
Love the finished results. The instructions are where a problem lies. I designed the floor per instructions and ordered the male end pieces. However, once I emptied the 3 car garage and did an exact measurement I found that it would be best if I started from the doors as none of the walls were Square. Going by the instructions I would have had a noticeable difference at the garage opening. Ordering the Male ends forced me to lift each tile and slide in the next under it then snapping in place.
Reviewed by John F (Berlin, CT) — Nov 28, 2015 4:28 AM
I have arthritis in my thumbs and wrists plus carpal tunnel in both hands. the only way I could effectively assemble them was to stomp them to get them to snap. a dead shot hammer wasn't working. sometimes they misalign because of the clumsy technique but the plastic is high enough quality that bent tabs go back and don't have the telltale white line of fatigued plastic. some male projections were at an angle, bent. but the tiles assembled
Reviewed by Don S (Lockport, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Escape — Jul 12, 2014 5:41 PM
I like a clean garage as I deem it a reflection of a personal nature of me as a home owner. I purchesed expensive industrial strenght cement flooring paint. Hot tire pickup and catalytic heat marred my effort towards a pristine garage floor. So far with RaceDeck protection I think I have solved both of these annoying sights. I wish I could afford a complete covering to make the job itself complete. Thanks RaceDeck
Reviewed by James L (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Ranger — Feb 11, 2014 5:48 PM
In mid project with a car, I realized how dirty and disorganized my garage was. I put the car on hold and started a remodel around it. I wanted to redo the floor but my car is immobile. After research, I settled on RaceDeck. I couldn't be happier. I have gotten tons of compliments on the garage.
Reviewed by Randy S (Poway, CA) — Jan 23, 2014 8:19 PM
About ten years ago I used Race Deck in my garage. Still looks great. Just put it in my new custom cargo trailer that is used to haul my raised Golf Cart. When I lower the ramp and people see the flooring they are impressed. Great product.
Reviewed by Edmond J (Wilmington, DE) — Jul 20, 2013 3:14 AM
I installed my floor in 95 degree heat in one day. The most time consuming part was cutting pieces to fit around the edges, stairs etc. Once you get to know the way it snaps together, it is pretty quick. (I found that using a 2 lb rubber mallet was better than the recommended stepping on the tiles. You can damage a tile by stepping on it at the wrong place while snapping them together. You want to start at a junction and work out to both ends.) The finished product is spectacular!