Note From Customer: As promised, I’m sending pictures of the completed garage floor, together with some explanations and comments. I finally found the time to complete the more tedious tasks involved in fitting the boarder. I used paper to make a template, transferred the pattern onto the tiles with a sharpie, then made the cuts on a band-saw. It’s hard to see in the pictures, but I did leave about a 1/2 inch gap for settling. I filled the gap with colored automotive silicone. As I tend to spend a great deal of time in the garage restoring motorcycles, I leave the doors open for ventilation. The floor is very eye-catching. I first noticed a lot of cars slowing and the occupants looking in. Soon people were stopping to ask me about the floor. I’ve given many, many people your web site name, and your name and number. I hope it’s leading to new business for you. Additionally, as I tend to receive offers to buy my bikes from photos, I find the floor is, not only visually stimulating, but I believe, customers tend to think that my garage is a professional shop. It’s a good sales tool. Thank you for everything, Scott L.