As a leading mezzanine supplier, First Floors can design and fit all types of mezzanine floors and staircases as part of our mezzanine installation services. Our team of experts have outlined the main differences between front of house and back of house mezzanine staircases – two options which are important to understand when planning a mezzanine floor for your business.
At First Floors we know that when designing a mezzanine floor, the top priority for you will be the safety of your personnel and any clients that need to access the floor. This is also a top priority for us, which is why we make sure that all our mezzanine floors are fit for purpose and safe. With that said, there are a number of aspects that need to be planned in detail for a successful mezzanine solution to happen – read on to find out what the key safety requirements of a mezzanine floor are.
Do you need more space in your business premises? A mezzanine floor can give you all the additional room you need without moving or extending by utilising the free airspace above your head! When you’re ready to invest in a mezzanine floor, make sure you buy directly from the manufacturer. Here’s why.
If your office, warehouse or shop is being held back by one of these common problems, now is the perfect time to install a mezzanine floor.
Where your mezzanine floor is located, and its purpose, will determine if it will need to be fire rated under Building Regulations.
One of the greatest things about mezzanine floors is that they can be utilised in a variety of ways and are beneficial for a wide range of businesses. From retail shops to industrial warehouses, mezzanine flooring provides an excellent solution to all kinds of space and capacity problems.