It is some but not bad. Yes, I've done the sand thing before and it works. Thank you, I wish it was finished but with all the holdups, it's taking forever. It'll be 2 years August 1, since we started moving out of my old shop. Good news is I've cleared out of 2 of my 3 storage units. That was a relief.All I can say is WOW! I has some issues when I built my 3rd bay garage, but that is small (33' x 15' + 10' x 10").
Glad you persevered and (hopefully by now) got through it.
I never treated my garage floor (it is still bare concrete) because I was afraid it would be too slippery if it got wet. I heard some say to mix sand in it so you have better traction. Is your floor slippery when wet?
I'm actually putting a second floor on top of the office and engine assembly room(white floor area), but I'm thinking more of male escape room for that area. I have a ton of shelves we are assembling and putting stuff up on. I am selling off everything I can get rid of too. Thanks for the kind words!Wow! the pitfalls that you went through at every turn probably would have caused an average car guy to throw up his hands in defeat; so obviously you are DEDICATED! (that, and you'd sunk too much money into the project to back out, LOL!!)! You've inspired me to maybe do a write up on my small 24 x 32 garage; although I had issues that weren't nearly as bad as yours! Congrats on what looks like a super shop!! BTW: Will you be able to store any of your surplus "junk & debris" in your overhead attic space??
Same here, white ceiling and walls. I did epoxy on one of my shops with mixed results. I wanted to try the latest and greatest, so far so good.When the company did my epoxy, they mixed the grit in so it came out even and not blotchy. I went light grey, no speckles as either darker or speckled makes it fun finding small parts, like e-clips/hairpin clips etc on the floor. Light color reflects the light better too. All of my drywall is white for the light reflection too.