There are many different types of garage flooring, but the most common are asphalt, concrete, and tiled. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Asphalt is the cheapest option and is the easiest to clean, but it can be noisy when you walk on it. It also tends to crack and fade in the sun. 

Concrete is more expensive than asphalt, but it's more durable and doesn't show wear as quickly. It can be a little louder when you walk on it, but it's also easier to clean. 

Garage tiles are the most expensive option, but they're also the nicest-looking. They're easy to maintain, and they don't show dirt or dust as easily as other types of flooring. If you're on a tight budget, the concrete flooring option is your best bet. It's easy to clean and it looks great. 

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Tiled floors are expensive but they'll last longer than other options. They do make noise when you walk on them, though, so if that bothers you they might not be ideal for you. If you're looking for a garage floor that looks nice without costing too much, the tiled option should work well for you.

It can be hard to find a concrete or asphalt garage flooring contractor , but it doesn't have to be that way. You can find local contractors at the BBB, who will give you references from satisfied customers in your area. 

If things don't turn out well, at least you'll have a company to contact for a second opinion. You can also hire your contractor through the BBB and get an estimate from them.