Mezzanine floors

Adding an Intermediate Level with a Mezzanine Floor

A mezzanine floor is an intermediate level that can be added in warehouse-type buildings or between levels that have enough vertical voided space. Normally, warehouse buildings have open floors, which means that the building itself covers a wide area. With the walls being far apart from each other, the roof of such a building is normally a steel structure that is vertically far away from the ground floor. The reason for this is to eliminate any vertical support that might compromise the available floorspace.

Such a building would commonly be used for industrial storage, as the open floor allows for pallet trucks and forklifts to traverse the indoor area. It could also be used for a business where floorspace is necessary, such as a tyre fitment shop. It is also not a guarantee that the roof is tall enough in such a building to install a mezzanine floor. Therefore, it becomes a challenge to expand the available space. Luckily, we offer feasible solutions for businesses that are struggling to optimise the available space in their warehouses. With us on your side, there will be no need to relocate your business or facility to a larger building with more floorspace.

Making the Most of What You Have

Mezzanine floors are very useful and can be a solution for having access to more floorspace without knocking down a wall. These intermediate levels need the accommodating space to be efficient. In most scenarios, the vertical gap between the roof and the ground is more than enough to install a new level. However, if there is limited vertical space, such an installation requires a more creative approach. We offer roof-lifting services as well to increase the gap between the two levels, and make the building viable for an intermediate level installation. As a result, you will have more space without the hassle of expanding the building horizontally.

Intermediate levels can be used for a variety of functions. They are regularly used to create more storage space in storage facilities. Workshops and fabrication plants can also use them to create more workspace in their facility. They are feasible solutions for creating some office space in your facility too. Our solutions take minimal, if any, space from the level underneath the installed structure. Therefore, you are assured that our installations will not compromise your current available space. And to top it all off, there is a large advantage to our intermediate levels.

As with drywalls, mezzanine levels are semi-permanent structures. Therefore, you can simply relocate or remove the extra level once it has served its purpose. Many facilities tend to keep the extra space for future usage as opposed to completely removing it. However, these structures can also be installed onto the side of a wall. This would create a dedicated semi-permanent space that can be relocated to a more optimal or preferable location in the future.

Avalon Steel Projects is your answer to increasing and optimising the available space in your warehouse building. From roof lifting to installing mezzanine floors, we can deliver the solutions to avoid the dreaded relocation process to a larger facility. For more info on how we can assist your business, please browse our website for details on our available services.

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