The basics of installing mezzanine floors

When is The Right Time to Install Mezzanine Flooring?

Many commercial and industrial businesses have warehouse-type buildings from which they run their logistics divisions and storage facilities. These buildings can eventually run out of useable space, in which case, most businesses will seek to either relocate to a larger facility or expand the current one’s area. However, both options would require heavy time and money investments. Luckily, we offer a feasible and affordable alternative solution. When your facility runs out of useable space, it might be time to install mezzanine flooring.

Warehouse-type buildings normally have large vertical gaps between the floor and ceiling of the building. Such an architectural design allows the ceiling structure to rest on the walls of the building, minimising the necessary vertical support. Therefore, the available area is not compromised by any vertical structures. This allows the use of indoor material handlers as well. When installing a mezzanine level, there are several options to consider for the best possible results. Today, we will discuss the various options to display the benefits of these semi-permanent structures.


How Do I Add Useable Space in My Facility?

The first aspect that would determine how mezzanine flooring would benefit your business is its location. These structures can be installed onto a main wall face for a stand-alone structure. Such a structure is ideally used for storage space. It can also be used to create extra space for workbenches or equipment that is not currently used. When you need a large increase in available area, such a structure can cover larger areas to a point where a complete second floor can be constructed. Therefore, you will fully utilise the available vertical space in your facility.

When installing a mezzanine level, it is important to remember that the structure is semi-permanent. Therefore, it can be removed once its function is no longer valid. It can also be relocated to a more feasible location within your facility. Our innovative way of designing and manufacturing these structures minimises the need for any vertical support as well. As a result, the area underneath the structure will be uncompromised. Sometimes, the available vertical space is very limited in a warehouse-type building. Luckily, our other solutions can address such a problem.

We offer our expertise in the design, manufacturing, and installation of steel structures as well. This allows us to lift the roof on such a building to create more available vertical space. In turn, the increased vertical space can be filled with mezzanine flooring to create a second level for the building. These solutions will ensure that you can maximise the available space in your current facility, as opposed to relocating or knocking down a wall. In conclusion, your business will save valuable resources while expanding the available area in your facility.

Avalon Steel Projects is your answer to expanding the available space in your warehouse or storage facility. If you are certain that now is the correct time to install mezzanine flooring in your facility, we can oblige. For more info on our available solutions to create more space in your facility, please browse our website today. Forget about relocating your facility and optimise its potential instead with us on your side.

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