Mezzanine Flooring

Pick the correct flooring for your application.

Factors To Consider When Picking Your Flooring

We offer several unique options for the flooring of your mezzanine. Our experts will recommend certain types of flooring depending on your facility and your day-to-day operations. There are various factors that go into selecting the right industrial mezzanine flooring for your business. These are some of the questions that our project managers will ask during your consultation.

  • How will you be using the structure? Will there be shelving, machinery, or pallet storage on the structure?
  • How will your products be moved? By hand, hand truck, pallet jack?
  • What are your capacity requirements?
  • Does it need to be a washdown environment?
  • Will you need a modular office on top of your mezzanine?
  • Do you have budgetary concerns for your project?

ResinDek with Corrugated Steel Decking – We have partnered with one of the leading brand names in mezzanine floor manufacturers, ResinDek. Their product comes in unfinished and gray diamond seal finishes and is installed over top of 1.5” corrugated steel decking. This is the most widely used flooring option for warehouse mezzanines.

Open Bar Grating – This type of flooring is ideal for companies that have routine heavy industrial use. It allows for both sprinkler and light penetration. It is available in both a standard black finish or hot-dipped galvanized. One drawback of this type of flooring is that pallet jacks and other carts will not roll easily across it.

Open Steel Planking – These steel planks are another reliable option that can withstand heavy industrial use. Just like open bar grating, it will allow light and sprinkler penetration. These steel planks are galvanized and corrosion resistant to provide extra durability.

Diamond Grip – This option is very durable and resistant to wear and tear. It is available in both 12 gauge or 14 gauge. As a safety feature, there are diamond grip dimples across the surface to provide superior traction. This is a slightly more expensive option than some of the others, and the rugged surface can make using carts or jacks difficult. This isn’t recommended for larger mezzanines because it is very labor intensive to install.

Concrete – We do have the ability to offer a poured concrete slab over the top of steel corrugated decking. This option would give a floor very similar to the rest of your facility. This particular type of flooring does have a higher upfront cost, but it will last a long time and allows for greater mobility on your mezzanine surface.

Choosing the best flooring option for your business is part of the consultation and design process that allows us to streamline your production and installation. Once you have your mezzanine structure and the right flooring in place, you will be able to start getting the most out of the new space on day one.  

Curious to see how a mezzanine can improve your facility?

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