Anyone who has a warehouse and is looking to get best use from this space, could benefit from installing a mezzanine floor.
It has multi use for storage or commercial office space and it can be dismantled and re-used if you decide to move. It is a far cheaper option than relocating to new premises and the mezzanine floor can be a temporary or permanent solution to your operational business needs.
Start thinking about about your floor space in a cubic sense and consider the height above you. If you have the height and space, you are ready to set the wheels in motion to create a good storage solution or a working office space with an impressive staircase.
From branded or plain glass balustrades to ordinary handrail types, there are a good selection of themed staircases which can complete your mezzanine floor.
Main use for mezzanine floor is primarily for storage of slow moving stock where they would like to stack them at a height and in some cases, underneath the mezzanine floor with the support of a storage racking system. Another option is to build one on top of production offices or temperature controlled rooms.
Another option which is proving popular in newly built commercial buildings is the option of a mezzanine floor for commercial office use. This is because the building is usually a shell design and the landlord leaves this for it to be designed by the company moving in. It may have toilets and a kitchen with some office area but usually not adequate to suit your operational needs.
A mezzanine floor is a quick and less cost effective solution as there are no architectures involved and most good contractors will set out your design and produce it to meet all regulations. It is important to get the right contractor who will support and guide you along the way, offering ideas, tips and value for money for your mezzanine floor installation.
If you would like to know more about mezzanine floors or to take a look at some of the past installations created from SPF Projects, please visited our dedicated mezzanine floors page or view our project gallery and we would be delighted to speak to you regarding any future plans for a mezzanine installation.