What is a mezzanine floor?

It is an intermediate floor which is constructed in between the two floors (floor and ceiling) of a warehouse to provide an additional upper floor or multiple floors. The typical mezzanine floor is a semi-permanent structure which is constructed using vertical steel columns and is supported by decking above to create the floor.

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What can a mezzanine floor be used for?

A mezzanine floor has many uses but is mainly used within warehouses to create additional space for extra storage, offices and production areas etc. As well as warehouses, mezzanine flooring can be used in other commercial and industrial properties as well as retail environments and many other buildings and industry sectors.

How many tiers of mezzanine flooring can I have installed?

It is possible to have various levels of mezzanine flooring created however, this is completely dependant upon the height available in your building or warehouse.

How much weight can a mezzanine floor take?

Since mezzanine floors are specially made to your business requirements, they can be made with a weighted safety hold to suit you. Teepee can design and install mezzanine floors varying in weight.

If you wish to discuss your specific weight requirements or have any questions, please call us on 01384 256 969 or email us at sales@teepee.co.uk.

Do you require planning permission to install a mezzanine floor?

Generally, you do not need planning permission to install a mezzanine floor into your building, premise or warehouse. However, you will need to obtain the approval of building regulations for health and safety reasons.

Will there be a disruption/ impact on my business during the mezzanine flooring installation process?

We will ensure that we keep any disruption to a minimum however, the area in which you are having the mezzanine floor installed in will need to be closed off, cleared out and won’t be accessible until the project is completed due to health and safety reasons. However, all of this will be discussed with you before we start any work.

How much does a mezzanine floor cost?

The cost of mezzanine flooring comes down to many factors such as the size, the weight-bearing, access requirements and much more. However, Teepee will discuss your requirements with you in order to provide you with an accurate quote for the project before any work has begun.