Mezzanine Floor Costs Explained
Each of Hi-Level’s designs are bespoke, meaning we don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to cost. Instead, we take your exact specifications including load requirement, usage and the type of premises to determine which type of floor and materials will work best.
Cost of Relocating vs Mezzanine Floor
Mezzanine floors are great value for money, proving to be incredibly cheaper than moving premises. Relocating your business and operations can be complex and challenging. Not only is there the risk of disrupting productivity and falling behind customer demands, the process can be extremely costly. 60% of warehouses are now occupied by retailers as the demand for storage space has become competitive (Via BBC). Due to this, prices of renting out spaces have soared, leaving many companies to consider alternative options and how they can make the most out of their existing premises.
Mezzanine floors have been a staple for companies across a wide range of sectors due to their ability to re-configure existing space without the increase costs of paying for additional floor space. Many industrial and commercial buildings have unused vertical space which can be turned into a productive work area and boost work performance.
Value For Money
Hi-Level aims to provide a cost-effective solution that not only delivers a quality product but also a quality service. We have devised a computerised mezzanine floor production system (iQD) which makes our designs highly accurate and competitively priced than inferior installations. We are genuinely passionate about what we do and have a dedicated team for the design, manufacturing and installation process.
- Site Survey
- Ground Investigations
- Design by Structural Engineers
- Detailed CAD drawings
- Projects Managers
- CE declaration of performance
We have a team of expert, Structural Engineers who deliver high quality, value-engineered solutions for a wide range of sectors including warehousing, production and automation. For each of our projects, we appoint a Project Manager who conducts a detailed survey and analysis of your building site to determine how best the mezzanine can be incorporated into the existing structure. In addition, we always aim to optimise the amount of structural steel used in our floors. Not only does this keep cost to a minimum for our customers, it also reduces our environmental impact.
Peace of Mind
At Hi-Level, all our mezzanine floors are designed to meet the general requirements of BRE Digest 437 and relevant British Standards. We have a Quality Policy which is achieved through the implantation of the Quality, Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety Management System which follows ISO standards. It provides the framework for attaining and maintaining compliance, measuring performance and continuing to achieve customer satisfaction. In addition, we have been granted CE certification.
Health and Safety
Hi-Level is committed to keeping people safe whilst working at height and has put robust processes in place to ensure the safety of both its installation teams and of other contractors. Not only do our mezzanine floors need to be designed to be fit for purpose based on the required loads, they need to be installed safely on-site.
Hi-Level has over 28 years of experience designing, manufacturing and installing bespoke mezzanine floors. We specialise in commercial and industrial premises throughout the UK and Europe. Our team of experts are passionate about what they do and throughout the project you are appointed an experienced Project Manager who will ensure all operations run smoothly. The Project Manager will assist with any possible contingencies, keeping you in the loop to guarantee a successful project. We have a team who are committed to delivering the highest quality product and service.