My problem has 3 parts: 1. Whoever designed/made my garage was drunk, stupid, and a moron all at the same time. 2. It has no floor drains at all. 3. The floor not only slopes away from the doors but it also is uneven so water goes in every direction and always ends up in corners and under stuff I don't want wet. Every time we park a vehicle in our garage that's got your typical Michigan winter snow/ice/slush piled on it the stuff melts overnight and you end up with big puddles everywhere. This is the third winter here and money and time have prevented me from dealing with the problem but now I have a project sitting in the other stall with a big water puddle under it (did I mention it hasn't been outside since October?). Ideal would be drains at the low spots but I'm a bit late in the season to have a concrete cutting service out to do their trade. Not to mention $$$. Maybe this summer if we don't sell the place. Way back in my memory I remember seeing some rubber or poly speed bump looking things. I don't know if this was their correct use but I think they were being used to keep water out of an area of a building. They were set up on the floor and their weight and soft/conforming bottom kept the water from getting under them. They were a few inches high so most reasonable amounts of water would be stopped by them. The material was also tough enough that you could drive your tractor/snowblower/etc over them and they wouldn't fall apart. I was thinking I could put this around where the wife parks her truck in the garage and that way isolate the water to that space. This sound familiar to anyone? I was at Lowe's today and found nothing. Looked at various kinds of weather stripping but none of it seemed waterproof, tall, or tough enough. Any other suggestions other than move south? That's already in the works.