Image of a mezzanine floor structure used for storage in a warehouse. Revlok Mezzanine floor structures are strong and able to provide multi-tier structures.

Revlok Mezzanine Floor FAQs

If you are considering installing a mezzanine floor structure in your warehouse or place of work, you may not have thought that you have options, other than the traditional selection. At Doity Engineering Ltd, we manufacture our own unique mezzanine floor, Revlok Mezzanines

What is a Mezzanine Floor?an image of a mezzanine floor used as a food court at Paddington Station

Mezzanines are semi-permanent structures, which act as an intermediate floor in-between the main floors of your building. These structures are often fabricated from steam beams and columns which are fitted together to make a raised platform. As they can be of all shapes and sizes, they are extremely versatile, cost-effective and require minimal installation time.

What Can Mezzanine Floors Be Used For?a premium mezzanine with many extra features

As they can be installed in a range of buildings, including warehouses, houses and commercial spaces, mezzanines also have an extensive range of uses. Whether you’re looking for storage space, an additional office or a mezzanine in your home, Revlok structures are a great option. 

What Is The Difference Between Revlok & Other Mezzanine Floor Structures?an image of a mezzanine with an epoxy floor

Revlok Mezzanine floors are manufactured from cold-rolled steel beams and are a modular structure, rather than being made from structural steel, making them much easier to install. However, Revlok Mezzanines are just as secure as traditional mezzanine floors. They also take less time to install and less nuts and bolts are required for the installation.  

Revlok Mezzanine floors are the only LABC certified modular mezzanine floor in the UK. This means you can only receive approved modular mezzanine floors from Doity Engineering Ltd.

What is The Process of Revlok Mezzanine Floors?an image of a platform for storage in a warehouse

Before manufacture and installation, Revlok Mezzanines are designed based on the unique demands and requirements of our clients. The mezzanine floor is designed with 2D and 3D graphics. After designs are approved, we manufacture Revlok Mezzanines using cold-rolled steel beams at our local facility. Once we’ve completed the design and manufacturing process, our team will install your Revlok Mezzanine floors too. As they are much lighter and easier to install, they require less time and manpower, so you can enjoy your mezzanine floor structure as quickly as possible.

What Do I Need Before My Revlok Mezzanine is Installed?an image of a cherry picker being used to help install a mezzanine floor with a built-in office

As all of our floor structures are designed to your requirements, firstly, we will begin by surveying and assessing your site, this will allow us to perform key assessments and ensure we can design the best Revlok mezzanine.

Will I Need Building Regulations & Who is Responsible?

Building regulations approval needs to be considered when constructed a warehouse mezzanine floor or any other mezzanine structure. Revlok Mezzanines are LABC certified and comply with building regulations, so we do fill out these surveys by default. It is good practice to choose a mezzanine floor manufacturer who does this, so you know that the construction is trustworthy.

Can I Have A Multi-Tier Structure?Image of a mezzanine floor structure used for storage in a warehouse. Revlok Mezzanine floor structures are strong and able to provide multi-tier structures.

Yes! Provided there is adequate space and floor tile stability for construction, Revlok Mezzanines can have staircase fittings and be multi-tier.

Does My Mezzanine Floor Require Disabled Access?an image of a restaurant mezzanine from the ground level

This is entirely dependent on the uses for your Mezzanine flooring. If it is for storage, you may not need to. However, if the space is going to be used by people within the building regularly, such as a canteen or office space, then you’ll need to consider access requirements.

What Are The Health & Safety Regulations?

an image of three Doity techniciansHealth and safety regulations for each individual client vary and we usually discuss them during surveys and building regulation completions. As we have to consider a multitude of things for different buildings including fire protective ceilings, smoke alarms, handrails and staircases.

Book Your Survey 

If you’re interested in seeing how a Revlok Mezzanine Floor structure could be more beneficial for your building, then feel free to contact us today to discuss your requirements. You can call us on 01706 646 971 or fill out a contact form and we’ll be in touch.

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Rochdale
Lancashire
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