Wooden Garage Floor

Wooden garage floors

A Wood garage floor is a viable solution.

We often get a surprised look when we tell customers our garages have wooden floors. It is understandable because it is not something many are accustom to. Wood is very strong when it is used correctly.

We don’t skimp on the number of joists we use. The joists are placed every 8 inches. That limits the stress on the sub straight from spanning too large of a gap. The sub straight is 3/4″ tongue and groove Huber PerformMax® 500 flooring.

“PerformMAX 500 is thermally fused to the panel during the manufacturing process, providing a 100% bond that will not peel or delaminate during use even if subjected to moisture or mechanical pressure.”
http://www.huberwood.com/other-products/performmax

Wood garage floors are cost-effective.

We can build our garages as floorless models that can be placed on a concrete slab or footing. While being very strong, concrete is costly. The option of an engineer wood floor system makes owning a garage a possibility for many.

We have sold hundreds of garages with our wood floor with great success, and we stand behind our products.

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5 thoughts on “Wooden garage floors”

  1. FYI…If any of your garage products are placed in areas where building cods have been adopted, a wood garage floor is not acceptable. Section 309.1 of the International Residential Code states, “Garage floor surfaces shall be of noncombustble material….shall be sloped to facilitate the movement of liquids to drain or toward the main vehicle entry.”

  2. Craig K. in Star Valley Wyoming

    I have ordered a custom designed 12×28 garage as a storage unit for seasonal items like riding mower, lawn sweeper, snow blower, ATV, small plow, pressure washer, individual pontoon float boats, garden tools and lots of other “stuff” spread out between my two car garage and barn. I would like suggestions on what kind of paint is recommended to put on the 3/4″ PerformMAX flooring to preserve it and make it durable and good looking. In addition to the “flooring paint” would love to hear any other suggestions of how to maximize usefulness and longevity of the unit scheduled for delivery near the end of September. Looking for ideas and suggestions from customers or employees on the things I should consider before it arrives such as electrical wiring install for lights, outlets and storage shelving ideas like permanently installed or purchased movable shelving units. Thanks in advance for any first hand experiences and suggestions.

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