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Your mezzanine floor specialist

A mezzanine floor offers an affordable and effective solution for creating additional space. You can easily double the floor area of a warehouse, shop, a showroom or storage unit. This floor or industrial balustrade from John Scott Works carries the CE marking and is therefore of proven quality. This makes increasing your business floor space with an extra floor an investment that is both beneficial and increases the value of your property.

The price of a mezzanine floor

How much does a mezzanine cost? An average mezzanine floor will cost around 100 pounds per square metre. All our mezzanine floors are custom-made, so we cannot give you directly a price. The costs of the mezzanine floor are deepening on your wishes and requirements. A mezzanine floor around 100 pounds per square metre is based on most economical grids and excluding other special requirements, think of accessories. Feel free to contact us for a personal quote. You can also use our cost calculator and request a personal quote online.

5 good reasons to choose John Scott Works for your mezzanine floor:

✔️ Free structural calculation & free site survey in England
✔️ Mezzanine design and guaranteed CE-marked mezzanine floor
✔️ Installation and site management by our own John Scott Works employees
✔️ Quality powder finish in a RAL-colour of choice
✔️ Column grids to 18 metre, loads up to 4,000 kg/m2

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Mezzanine flooring made-to-measure

The mezzanine floor is a flexible product. It is delivered to the location in kit form, consisting of steel columns, hot and cold rolled steel sections, floor plates and accessories such as a handrail and pallet gates.

Mezzanines can be put to a wide variety of uses, for instance: industrial units, distribution centres, showrooms, offices etc. How the mezzanine looks when finished is entirely up to you.

John Scott Works Ltd manufactures mezzanines from 50 m² to 50.000 m², spanning 1 to 18 m and capable of loads from 100 kg/m² to 4.000 kg/m². We create your mezzanine floor construction.

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On top of the mezzanine

The options of flooring for the mezzanine are chipboard, plywood or steel grating. All are manufactured according the standard EN-standards.

The chipboard is delivered in P6 quality and optionally provided with antiskid grey surface. Alternatively steel grating is applied, according to the point load capacity wished for and in conformity with safety regulations. A special application is using dovetail-shaped sheet steel in combination with concrete.

John Scott Works also supplies fire and water resistant plates and a sandwich-package of dovetail-shaped sheet steel with chipboard which has a much higher point load capability.

We have many mezzanines for sale. Interested in a mezzanine floor? Get a quote today! Read on this page more about the reason to choose a brand new mezzanine floor instead of a used mezzanine floor.

A brand new mezzanine floor

Safety accessories

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As John Scott Works Ltd puts safety first, robust handrails and staircases are manufactured in our workshop, conforming to the BS norms.

Solutions are in place for both industry environments and public access situations. For safe pallet handling John Scott Works Ltd has developed a solution of its own. These tilting safety pallet gates can be produced tailor-made, providing a safe solution in your specific situation.

Start designing your mezzanine or contact our team.

General Product info

Mezzanines are intermediate floors (or floor) in a building that is open to the floor below. It is usually placed halfway up the wall on a floor which has a ceiling at least twice as high as a floor with minimum height. Mezzanines usually don’t count as one of the floors in a building, and usually does not count in determining maximum floor space either.

Mezzanine floors help to make a high-ceilinged space feel more personal, and can create additional floor space. They, however, may have lower-than-normal ceilings due to their location. The term "mezzanine" does not imply a function, as mezzanines can be used for a wide array of purposes in warehouses, industrial applications and public spaces as well. These days, they are also used often in Modern architecture!

A multi-layered mezzanine floor

If you think that you haven't got enough space with one layer of mezzanine, we can also deliver mezzanine floors with multiple layers, up until three levels. This means that your warehouse, shop or storage will not just have one floor level (the ground floor) but up until four levels (ground floor, first mezzanine floor, second layer of mezzanine and maybe even a third layer of mezzanine).

If you want to have a multi-layered mezzanine floor, you can triple - or even quadruple - your floor area. But this also means that the costs of your mezzanine floor will go up. In order to have multiple mezzanine floors, up until 4 layers, your building has to be at least 10 metres high. Ask us about the possibilities or estimate your costs with our cost calculator.

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