What is Mezzanine Flooring?
When a business begins to grow and expand within the market your company may begin to outgrow its current property. Usually the simple solution to this issue is to look to find a bigger space and alternative accommodation. However, finding an adequate property to meet all your business needs can be a long and tedious process. Finding the perfect property can be an expensive affair and there is no guarantee that there will be premises on the market that are as ideally placed as your current location. Therefore, a more efficient and less time consuming solution is available in Mezzanine flooring.
Mezzanine flooring can transform and expand your current premise to increase storage capacity or even retail space for customers in a much more cost effective way. Mezzanine flooring consists of a raised platform between the floor and ceiling of your building to create optimal use of vertical space. Commercially sold mezzanine structures are generally constructed of three main materials; steel, aluminium, and fibreglass. Mezzanine flooring provide the property with additional space both above and below the mezzanine flooring and can be custom made and tailored to specific measurements and requirements. This versatility of mezzanine flooring makes it a very popular option for many industries and businesses, with multiple options to integrate special features to your mezzanine floor such as staircases, pallet gates, safety gates, edge protection systems and powder coated finishes.
Mezzanine Flooring Application
Mezzanine flooring is a reliable and efficient way of creating space within a property and as the mezzanine flooring can be built free of existing structure and to the specifics of the client means it is a popular flooring solution across many industries because of its practical applications. For example, in the retail sector mezzanine flooring can be used to increase the selling space available within your store.
Mezzanine Flooring Application in Industry Include:
Warehousing and distribution
Automation and handling of materials
Office and storage
Production and manufacturing