Mezzanine floors are platforms used in mezzanine systems to create space for storage and for other applications. Mezzanines are raised areas that expand the workspace and storage capacity of warehouses, factories, retail spaces, archives, wineries, auto dealerships and a great diversity of other settings.
They are most widely used in factories and warehouses, both of which industrial settings are often confronted with the problem of efficient space management.
As manufacturing, distribution and supply operations grow, they consume more work space. When an operation reaches the limits of its facility’s capacity, an adjustment must be made. Companies facing this situation can relocate to new facilities, expand current facilities, do nothing (and accept the indefinite stagnation of business) or they can construct mezzanines.
Industrial mezzanines effectively double the capacity of the spaces in which they are installed and provide extra workspace, storage and even office space.
They can be constructed for a fraction of the costs associated with expansion of current facilities or construction of new buildings; construction materials and labor, building permits, taxes and other expenses are completely avoided by the construction of mezzanines.Read More…