I'm planning on battening the wall, insulating and plasterboarding - how low to the floor should the battens go if I was leaving the floor sealed and not adding anything else like tiles etc? Leave a gap or doesn't it matter?
I fancy doing something with the floor - I like the look of some of the tiles but they cost an arm and a leg, it's about 36m2. The floor needs to bear heavy weights (motorbikes for now but possibly car as well) and there can't be too much of a ramp from the drive as I need to be able to push the bikes in (backwards usually) and I'm a bit of a wimp. Ideas?
Still not really planned how far I'm going with this, I'll certainly plasterboard the walls and have it all plastered, if I can get a nice tile effect floor that would be great. After that I suppose I could put all the garagey stuff in the roof, the garden stuff will go into outdoor storage and that leaves me a pretty good space for a sort of games room.
It's all been relatively cheap so far and doing the ceiling has had a marked positive affect on lighting effectiveness and perception of the garage space.
 Has anybody bought and fitted one of these from Wickes/B&Q? - the instructions on how/where to fit the springs are missing. Works ok without but...
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