Mezzanine floors are an extremely versatile installation that can help a variety of customers improve their space, designed specifically to their requirements. Whether you are a business owner, warehouse manager, or residential property developer, you can all make use of a mezzanine floor to improve your space and make it more usable.
At Doity Engineering, we have many years of experience in providing mezzanine floors for commercial customers, so we use this to guide you through the common uses for mezzanines in our latest blog post below.
Perhaps the most popular, for storage is a great way to utilise mezzanine floors – sometimes even referred to as storage platforms. If your building has high ceilings, a mezzanine means you can sometimes almost double the footprint of space, all without the drama and expense of moving or extending a building completely.
You can make room for above/below storage at a low cost and in a short space of time, all bespoke to your space and required fit and finish. Naturally, this is most common in warehouses and larger commercial structures.
Again, commonly found in warehouses and commercial structures, you might decide to turn your mezzanine into office space – complete with the welfare facilities you require. It can be especially beneficial for businesses to bring both sides of their operation together in this fashion – combining logistics and production under the same roof, for example – which is why it makes so much sense.
What’s more, as suggested, all of the welfare facilities you need can be incorporated because of the substantial materials and finishes available for mezzanine floors
Retail businesses can directly improve their potential to earn money by installing a mezzanine floor because it can significantly increase the floor space they have for selling products. By increasing floor space, they can increase the amount of product they put on show and improve the customer experience, which will soon begin to pay for the smaller cost of choosing a mezzanine over traditional expansion methods.
Finally, there are also a lot of people that use mezzanine floors to elevate their home – whether that is to add a new feature, make more of their space, or something completely different.
For something so commonly found in warehouse environments, mezzanine floors can be surprisingly stylish and practical when they’re used in homes.
Mezzanine floors have also even been used in the Palace of Versailles, which you can read more about in our blog on everything you need to know about mezzanine floors.
The benefit of choosing a mezzanine floor is its versatility. It can be tailored to suit the needs most spaces, provided there is enough ‘headroom’, which is why the common uses of these installations stretch so far.
Doity Engineering Ltd
If you would like to enquire about a mezzanine floor for your commercial space, contact Doity Engineering Ltd today. We specialise in our own Revlok Mezzanines and you can call us on 01706 646971 or fill out our simple contact form to enquire further.