What is a mezzanine floor?

A mezzanine is a raised platform that is independent of a building’s structure and is usually supported by its own steel columns. It forms an intermediate floor between the main floors of a building.

Both the space above the mezzanine floor and below it can be utilised. Mezzanines add character to a building and open up the property by creating more usable space and increasing the amount of light flowing through the space.

Mezzanine flooring can create additional floors of space for a variety of different uses such as storage or extra office space. A mezzanine is the perfect way to maximise your property’s existing space. Mezzanine floors are an extremely cost-effective way to create new space without the expense and inconvenience of relocation.

How to install a mezzanine floor

Mezzanines are relatively easy to install and can be implemented with minimal disruption to the surrounding work environment. In most cases without the need for planning permission. The majority of mezzanine structures are freestanding and are, in most cases, can be dismantled and relocated.

Mezzanines can be fully customised to fit an organisation’s own specific needs. Mezzanines are available in a wide range of floor surfaces and sizes and can be designed to fit almost any environment. A mezzanine floor can cope with many different applications, from light storage to the support of very heavy machinery.

At First Floors Mezzanine (UK) Ltd, we specialise in all aspects of mezzanine floors & flooring, including mezzanine floor design, manufacture and installation, suspended ceilings and partitioning. To find out more, please get in touch with our friendly team today on 01789 764172.