We often get asked lots of mezzanine floor questions, due to the complex nature of installing and the variety of options available. So let us solve your problems, ask us your mezzanine floor questions.
Mezzanine floors are designed to help provide a solution to some of your storage problems. The end result is an increase in useable space, however we recognise that not everybody is an expert on the subject.
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This Simple Mezzanines review from Kerim Suavi, General Manager of Crowbond comes highly recommended:
‘What a fantastic company! From design to completion all members of the Simple Mezzanines team have been reliable, helpful, honest, professional and above all else they have provided value. We were so happy with Simple Mezzanines in the first job they completed for us that they have just completed a second mezzanine at our premises and once again we couldn’t be happier with the result. Big thanks to Bob and Graham and his installation team for their effortless execution on both jobs!’
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There are vast possibilities for specifying your mezzanine finish and upgrades. For instance, you could specify upgraded handrail designs and different paint finishes to suit your environment.
Mezzanines follow pretty much a standard design irrespective of their proposed use and are either:
- Hot rolled main steel structure
- Cold rolled joists
- Particleboard or steel decking
From there on in, it’s the way the floor is developed which changes its overall appearance to the mezzanine finish:
- Retail mezzanine floors have partitions, floor coverings, upmarket stairs and balustrades added.
- Commercial mezzanine floors have things like carpet tiles laid and partitioned enclosures erected to create individual offices
- Industrial mezzanine floors tend to be left very much as they were when they were initially built. They have little further development beyond the addition of materials handling and storage products.
You may think your application would benefit from a more polished look. One of the main ways to achieve this is by specifying high quality stair and handrail finishes.
Glass infill panels, stainless steel components, powder coated steelwork in non-standard RAL or BS colours can all be supplied. These can all, when done well, add a great deal to the aesthetic of a bog standard mezzanine.
Simple Mezzanines can provide many different mezzanine finishes and designs to hand railing and stairs. We’re always happy to discuss your requirements at the initial investigation stage.
Infill Panels on your Mezzanine Floor
When it comes to installing a mezzanine floor, Simple Mezzanines are a well established and trusted supplier.
Our experience and expertise can be yours for free when you engage us to design, manufacture and install your new floor.
The image shows us installing a mezzanine floor, which we originally built some years ago. We were recently asked to dismantle and re-build the mezzanine floor at the client’s new premises.
All we had to change was the decking, since the installation was still pristine and had stood up to the rigours of daily use very well.
Take a closer look at the picture… The stair serves two separate sides of the floor and is located to allow travel distances from each level, so that the reaches from each side is minimised.
Mezzanine Floor for a Leisure Centre
At Simple Mezzanines we don’t over-complicate our service or try to be all things to all men. We manufacture good quality mezzanine floors which are installed quickly without fanfare.
After all, you don’t want us to take longer than necessary to fulfil our obligation to you once you’ve placed your order with Simple Mezzanines. No more so than we wish to outstay our welcome.
Give us a clear site and we’ll do the rest. We can organise hired-in plant if you don’t have the necessary access and lifting equipment, as well as looking after the applications to your local authority. We can also provide drawings and calculations for landlord approval and fire rate the floor as required.
It’s all in the name, Simple Mezzanines. So why over-complicate your life.
Find out more about us here, we look forward to hearing from you.
We can provide infill panels on your mezzanine floor handrail voids like those in the image featured below:
Logos can be laser cut, and powder coating to reflect your corporate colours. The infill panels on your mezzanine floor can also be incorporated to project a modern, clean and highly valuable aesthetic in your public areas. Even if it’s just a staircase from reception to the first floor offices.
Glass Deck Inserts for Mezzanine Flooring
Last year we completed two mezzanine floors for a leisure centre based in Manchester, which runs an inflatable fun park. The floors were designed to support inflatable slides and cafe facilities. The mezzanine floor to the right has both 4m & 6m levels. There’s even a gangplank to allow users to dive off using a zip-wire!
Simple Mezzanines were awarded the job of building the mezzanine floor for the leisure centre because they’d already installed the original cafe mezzanine floor in 2015. The client remains delighted following their recent installation during October 2019.
Mezzanine Floor Review from Client
We recently manufactured and installed a new suite of mezzanine flooring in a leisure environment. The client wanted infilled handrailing with a combination of simple perforations and corporate logos. They also asked if we could do some glass panels in the deck. This allowed their customers to view the action taking place below whilst they enjoyed the cafe facilities!
Simple Mezzanines sought advice and provided what the client wanted for their mezzanine flooring. We formed fire rated bulkheads below the glass panels to hide the floor steelwork. We also applied painted borders around the panes to hide the steel seating channels upon which the glass sits.
Customers can now view the area beneath the mezzanine flooring whilst standing on the glass inserts (if they wish to).
If this is something your company would be interested in then contact us here and we’ll get in touch with you very soon.
Mezzanine floors can be installed even in old airfield hangars like the one featured below . This particular building combines particleboard and open steel mesh decking. This allows electric pallet truck use around the archive shelving, whilst still allowing light from the first floor area to permeate below the new mezzanine.
Mezzanine Floor in Airfield Hangar
The moral of the story is that mezzanine floors are not limited to a certain type of building. They can be installed almost anywhere.
Get in touch with us here with any questions you might have on anything mezzanine floors.
Don’t just take our word for it. Look and see for yourself what our clients say about us in this mezzanine floor review.
We recently completed a mezzanine at J&K ROSS/ARC-BAN in Warrington. Read on to find out what was said about us:
Chris Ross – the Principal of J&K Ross/ARC-BAN – Mezzanine Floor Review
“Working with Simple mezzanines was really very easy, they were attentive from the word go and willing to discuss changes that we found we needed as the plan progressed. The work was started and finished on time and to exact specification, the site was left clean and tidy when they finished, I would highly recommend them.”
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