American Garage is happy to introduce you to an exciting new product for the Graphics Industry. Now you can get your message or logo out on any traffic surface with a vinyl graphic material that is durable enough for even the most demanding applications.
Get noticed by using G-Floor Graphics on any surface. It’s tough enough for the most demanding applications–even vehicle traffic! G-Floor Graphics applications are limitless including durable custom flooring and unique dimensional wall graphics for retail and Point of Purchase areas such as: bars and restaurants, movie theaters and concert halls, convention centers and trade shows, sports arenas and locker rooms and garage and hangar floors. Can also be used as customized truck bed liners, auto floor mats, race mats, and anti-fatigue mats in salons or customer service areas.
Stand alone or backed with adhesives, G-Floor Graphic serves the underutilized floor graphic market. Composed of a durable vinyl graphic floor material, G-Floor Graphic was specifically designed for both solvent and UV curable coatings, and is best suited for second surface print offering the most durable material layer in the industry. G-Floor Graphic is designed for Digital and Screen Printing processes and has a 5 to 7 years outdoor durability.
Better Life Technologies (BLT) is a 12 year old manufacturer of polyvinyl floor protection for garages, workshops, storage rooms, vehicles, trailers, gymnasiums, and any other location that can use an effective, good looking, and easy-to-install floor covering. BLT is the world’s largest supplier of garage protection mats. BLT’s 12 year history includes several product breakthroughs, including their best selling roll out flooring, their peel and stick vinyl tile, and the new clear G-Floor for custom floor graphics. G-Floor products are all US made and are offered in a variety of popular colors, patterns, and thickness’ to fill virtually any flooring need.
To see our G-Floor Graphic Brochure that includes a price list, please click the graphic to the right, or the following text link: BLT-Graphics.pdf