I have a garage floor that's level, and the driveway slopes very slightly away from the garage door. On rainy days, I don't have any issues with water entry, but on high-wind days, the rain hits the garage door, then runs down and pools at the corners. Eventually over time, the pool of water increases in size and makes its way into my garage. It only happens once in a while, but when it does, it can be annoying if I happen to leave stuff by the door.
Is there a way to manage or make improvements to this with a minimal amount of work? I don't want to have to tear out the garage floor.
Since the finished floor extends past the garage door by about 4 inches, perhaps this small section can be graded so the floor is sloped all of the way up to the door. This would prevent pooling at the corners. Then I could have a contractor remove the pavers in the driveway along the doors and install a trough / drain and maybe some kind of grate.
Does this sound like the most reasonable way to deal with it? It's pouring right now, but if it helps, I can take pictures and post them here.