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The benefits of a mezzanine floor

Mezzanine Floors

If you feel you might be outgrowing your warehouse, or simply not making the most of the space, there may be one solution sitting right under your nose. Or right above it… a mezzanine floor.

What is a mezzanine floor?

A mezzanine floor is an intermediate level that is installed between the main floors of a building. Although typically not counted among the overall floor count. They are often semi-permanent solutions but can be a long-term addition to warehouse and factory spaces.

Adding a mezzanine floor to your warehouse is the best, and often the most cost-effective, way to utilise all available space.

Read on for a full breakdown of the benefits of adding a mezzanine floor to your building.

Maximise space

The most obvious benefit of installing mezzanine floors is that they maximise space, making use of redundant vertical space. This leads to being able to increase stock volume, reduce overcrowding and clutter. It also expands workspace areas which can increase productivity.

Adaptable and flexible

Our mezzanine floors are tailored to individual requirements. They can be spread across multiple storeys and different heights and sizes. They are reliably sturdy but can be dismantled, extended, and relocated if your needs change further down the line.


Many alternatives to increase floor space include expanding a building, moving to a new property, or constructing a new main floor. Considering other options and costs associated, it’s easy to see that mezzanine flooring is one of the most efficient and low-cost ways to expand the floor space.

At Ambrey Baker, we can advise on any warehouse additions you might be considering for your business and find the best way to utilise them in your space.

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