If you're searching for a cost effective way to increase the floor space in your commercial building, have you considered mezzanine floors? A free onsite consultation can be arranged very quickly where we can start to understand your needs. A full CAD drawing presentation and free no obligation quotation will be submitted within a few days of this meeting.
A Mezzanine floor is a floor level that is constructed between two main floors in a building. For example, this could be in the form of a balcony.
They can be used for a variety of different applications such as creating additional office space, creating a new production area, building warehouse mezzanine floors or constructing industrial mezzanine floors. Additionally mezzanine storage solutions can be created to provide your business with additional storage space.
You can browse through numerous different mezzanine services on our website. They include but are not limited to:
Our mezzanine floors are designed bespoke for every application and conform to British Standards in terms of structural integrity, disabled access, and building regulations.
Additionally, it is also worth noting that planning permission is rarely required for these free standing and demountable structures. However, consideration is still needed as it is important to ensure that the new storey is safe for your workforce to use.
P&D Projects have supplied and installed numerous mezzanine flooring services to businesses across the Berkshire, Surrey, and Hampshire areas. Our skilled designers and craftsmen pride themselves on their attention to detail and our hard work ensures that every project is completed to meet both the specific requirements and the specified timescale.
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