When designing a mezzanine floor for storage use, it’s important to consider a number of aspects. From the weight of the products being stored on top, to the way in which the client intends to get products onto the mezzanine. Therefore we’ve put together a guide covering the different aspects to consider when you require a storage mezzanine floor.
DESIGNING STORAGE SPACE
If your warehouse is quickly running out of available storage space, a storage mezzanine floor could be the ideal solution for your business.
OUR DEDICATED MEZZANINE FLOOR PROCESS
Organising a mezzanine floor construction project can be a stressful experience, that’s why here at Nexus, we’ve created our very own process called Nexsteps™. Our dedicated and simple five step process takes care of your project from the initial site survey right through to the build of your project.
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