Mezzanine Floors

A mezzanine floor is an intermediate floor between main floors of a building, and therefore typically not counted among the overall floors of a building. Often, a mezzanine is low-ceilinged and projects in the form of a balcony. The term is also used for the lowest balcony in a theatre, or for the first few rows of seats in that balcony.

MEZZANINE FLOOR APPLICATIONS

In industrial applications, mezzanine floor systems are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings, built between two permanent original stories. These structures are usually free standing and, in most cases, can be dismantled and relocated. Commercially sold mezzanine structures are generally constructed of three main materials: steel, aluminium, and fibreglass. The decking or flooring of a mezzanine will vary by application but is generally composed of b-deck underlayment and wood product finished floor or a heavy-duty steel, aluminium or fibreglass grating.
The mezzanine is often used in shops and similar spaces for storage of tools or materials. The high roof of the shop is ideal for a mezzanine, and offices can be put either below or above it. Mezzanines are frequently used in industrial operations such as warehousing, distribution or manufacturing. These facilities have high ceilings, allowing unused space to be utilized within the vertical cube. Industrial mezzanine structures are typically either structural, roll formed, rack-supported, or shelf supported, allowing high density storage within the mezzanine structure.

COMMON USES OF MEZZANINE FLOORS

 We have produced a mezzanine floor white paper to explain more about the process of purchasing a mezzanine floor and what you need to know and consider.  This includes answers to the following: –
·       What height do I need in my building?
·       How many mezzanine levels can I have, and can I add additional levels?
·       Does the mezzanine need to be fire rated? If so, what does this involve & mean?
·       Do I need planning permission?
·       Do I need to contact Building Control? or will my provider look after this?
·       What weight can I put on the floor? Will the floor take the load?
·       What floor finish is suitable?
We have years of experience, partnerships, and processes in place to help you with your mezzanine floor project. This can include a providing the items that are going above and below the mezzanine deck, including shelving, offices, mesh caging and much more.
If you require any further information, please contact us

FURTHER MEZZANINE FLOOR INFORMATION

We have produced a mezzanine floor white paper to explain more about the process of purchasing a mezzanine floor and what you need to know and consider.  This includes answers to the following: –

  • What height do I need in my building?
  • How many mezzanine levels can I have, and can I add additional levels?
  • Does the mezzanine need to be fire rated? If so, what does this involve & mean?
  • Do I need planning permission?
  • Do I need to contact Building Control? or will my provider look after this?
  • What weight can I put on the floor? Will the floor take the load?
  • What floor finish is suitable?

We have years of experience, partnerships, and processes in place to help you with your mezzanine floor project. This can include a providing the items that are going above and below the mezzanine deck, including shelving, offices, mesh caging and much more.
If you require any further information, please contact us

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