Let’s face it. Your garage has seen better days. It has housed multiple cars over the years, provided cover through car repairs and acted as a storage unit for countless odds and ends. As a result, there are stains, scuffing, settling and even a few cracks. While this is certainly unsightly, your damaged garage flooring may also prove to be a safety hazard. Depending upon the severity of damage, it may be necessary to repair or even replace your garage flooring. Not only will this improve the aesthetics of your garage as a whole, it will also drastically improve the functionality and eliminate the risk of easily preventable slips and falls due to damage.