Mezzanine Floors: Creating Space for Your Business

Mezzanine Floors

The Benefits of Mezzanine Floors
A mezzanine floor offers a quick, efficient, and cost-effective solution for creating new space within your facility. Compared to expensive extensions or relocations, mezzanine floors maximize the total cubic area of your building, making them an ideal choice for expanding your usable space.

Building Regulations and Design Assistance
Mezzanine floors require building regulation approval. Our experienced designers will guide you through each step needed to meet these regulations, whether your mezzanine is intended for storage, office, or retail use.

CI Interiors can handle the application process on your behalf if needed. We also offer optional services such as lighting, fireproofing, smoke detection, and sprinkler system installations.

Advantages of Mezzanine Floors

Cost-Effective Expansion: Utilising the height of your building to increase floor space is often more economical and less disruptive than relocating.

Relocatable: When a move is necessary, mezzanine floors and partitioning can be relocated, reducing fit-out costs and minimizing dilapidation expenses when restoring a building to its original condition.

Regulatory Advantages: These installations are often not subject to local authority ratings.

Quick Installation and Flexibility: Mezzanine floors are faster to install and more adaptable to future changes compared to traditional construction methods. Demountable partitioning can be set up in a working office, as all components are pre-finished and do not require wet trades.

Applications of Mezzanine Floors
In industrial settings, mezzanine floors are semi-permanent structures installed between two permanent stories. These free-standing structures are typically made of steel, aluminum, or fiberglass and can be dismantled and relocated if needed. The decking or flooring varies by application, usually consisting of b-deck underlayment with a wood product finished floor or heavy-duty steel, aluminum, or fiberglass grating.

Retail and Shops. Mezzanines are ideal for shops, providing additional storage for tools or materials. Offices can be placed above or below the mezzanine.

Industrial Operations. In warehousing, distribution, or manufacturing facilities, mezzanines utilize high ceilings to create additional space. Industrial mezzanine structures are typically structural, roll-formed, rack-supported, or shelf-supported, allowing for high-density storage.

Mezzanine floors offer a versatile and practical solution for expanding your space without the need for costly and disruptive construction.

Contact CI Interiors today

Do you have a mezzanine project you would like us to help you with? Call CI Interiors today on 01661 836 304. With an extensive portfolio of projects, and repeat clients, we are proud to offer a wide range of products, chosen to cater to our client’s every need within commercial, retail or industrial environments.

Our experienced time-served craft tradesmen, along with our design team, offer every service required for office refurbishments- from electrics & plumbing to furniture & partitioning- we can provide expert advice an outstanding service.outstanding service.