Warehouse Mezzanine

Warehouse Mezzanine

Get the most out of your warehouse space with Unistor Group, Australia’s leading supplier of mezzanine floors. Unsure where to begin? Our team is here to guide you, every step of the way.

Dedicated To Mezzanines In Warehouses

We provide end-to-end consultancy services - from design and planning to build, implementation, and maintenance.

This hands-on approach allows you to deal directly with us - the manufacturer, ensuring a seamless experience and potentially saving you thousands in the long run.

Efficient Warehouse Mezzanine Solutions For Your Space

With over thirty years of industry experience, you can trust the quality design, local manufacturing and installation of our warehouse mezzanine floors.

Customised and engineered to cater to your unique warehousing needs, our mezzanine systems help you effectively utilise your current floor space, increase storage capacity, expand staff areas, and boost operational output. 

Every Unistor warehouse mezzanine floor is 100% Australian-made and Work Health & Safety compliant. We also back our promise of quality and durability with a 5-year guarantee on all workmanship. 

Efficient Warehouse Mezzanine Solutions For Your Space

Types Of Warehouse Mezzanine Floors

Why relocate, when you can innovate? Explore our wide range of warehouse mezzanine floor systems, including modular, architectural, and bespoke options.

We specialise in structural mezzanine floors, free-standing mezzanine floors, and pallet rack mezzanines to offer you an extensive range of raised storage solutions that suit your workspace. Choose the right mezzanine, tailored to your needs, to optimise your storage space efficiently.

At Unistor, our mezzanine solutions integrate seamlessly into your warehouse space, letting you focus on what you do best. 

Types Of Warehouse Mezzanine Floors

Why You Should Consider Mezzanine Systems For Your Warehouse

The primary purpose of a mezzanine floor is to maximise warehouse space by utilising the vertical space above. As a free-standing structure, a mezzanine floor system is often constructed with structural steel columns to support a raised floor.

This newfound space can be utilised to expand the floor space, giving additional storage capacity, allowing for an open-plan office workplace, or serving as a production area, therefore providing an innovative warehouse storage solution.

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Why You Should Consider Mezzanine Systems For Your Warehouse

Benefits Of Warehouse Mezzanine Floors

Warehouse mezzanines provide countless benefits - including using overlooked vertical space, enhancing raised storage capacity, improving operational efficiency, and enabling better organisation of inventory. 

A warehouse mezzanine offers additional usable floor area without the need for extensive construction, making it a sound investment for expanding your warehouse storage capabilities. This seamless integration allows for efficient and organised storage solutions within your existing warehouse.

Benefits Of Warehouse Mezzanine Floors

Mezzanine Floor Building Requirements

It’s essential to adhere to building requirements and regulations when constructing a warehouse mezzanine floor. These regulations outline requirements for stairs and handrails, ensuring user safety and compliance.

Following these standards guarantees the installation meets necessary safety measures and is in line with legal requirements for a properly constructed mezzanine floor. Whether you’re considering additional office space, raised storage or pallet racking - our team will guide you through every step of the way. 

As Australia's largest mezzanine floor manufacturer, we have a vast range of products to meet your specific requirements. Don’t hesitate to contact our team to discuss - enquire now and get started on your custom-designed warehouse mezzanine floor system with Unistor.

Mezzanine Floor Building Requirements

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Frequently Asked Questions

When designing a warehouse mezzanine, it’s crucial to adhere to industry-standard design principles. Our experienced mezzanine builders will provide expert guidance in ensuring compliance with safety regulations, load-bearing capacities, and accessibility requirements. Meeting standards ensures a safe and functional warehouse space for your team.

A mezzanine floor is typically supported by steel columns and beams, providing structural stability and load-bearing capacity. These supports are strategically placed to ensure efficient use of warehouse space, allowing businesses to expand their usable area without the need for extensive renovations or building expansions.

The thickness of mezzanine flooring typically ranges from 19mm to 38mm, depending on load-bearing requirements. For heavy loads like pallet storage and pallet jacks, durable 38mm prefinished timber panels, such as Unilin - Mezzanine Deluxe, are recommended. These European-made panels offer enhanced load-bearing capacity, increased durability, and improved stability, ensuring safety and functionality. Consultation with experienced professionals is advised to ensure the flooring solution meets project needs effectively.

A warehouse mezzanine is a raised platform within a facility that optimises vertical space. It adds extra storage or workspace between the floor and ceiling, increasing capacity and improving efficiency.

Mezzanines are customisable, modular structures used for various activities such as offices, picking areas, or assembly lines - adapting to evolving business requirements.

The height of a warehouse mezzanine floor can vary, often designed based on the specific needs of the storage space. Typically, it’s constructed with enough clearance for individuals or machinery to operate beneath.

This optimisation of vertical space allows for maximising floor space, creating additional storage space and expanding storage capacity. The exact height of our mezzanine solutions can be customised to suit your specific warehouse and operational requirements.

A mezzanine floor, often used in warehouse settings, is a semi-permanent structure that adds to existing floor space. Unlike the main floor, which is a permanent fixture of a building and usually subject to stricter regulations, mezzanine floors offer flexible design options for additional storage space or office spaces.

A mezzanine is an innovative warehouse storage solution which utilises vertical space and provides a cost-effective way to maximise warehouse space.

The profile height of a mezzanine, also referred to as its structural depth, is determined by several key factors:

  • Load capacity: The weight that the mezzanine floor needs to support plays a crucial role in determining the profile height. Higher load capacities typically necessitate stronger and deeper beams or profiles to maintain structural integrity.

  • Span length: The distance between supporting columns or walls directly impacts the profile height. Longer spans require deeper profiles to adhere to allowable deflection limit ratios specified in AS1170.

  • Design preferences: Factors such as usability, aesthetics, cost considerations, and desired headroom clearance beneath the mezzanine influence its design, subsequently affecting the profile height. For instance, design choices like "over sail" or "top-mounted" cleats on bearing beams may offer cost savings compared to "inset" or "side-mounted" cleats, although the latter can reduce profile height by 150mm to 300mm. Our team of designers and structural engineers expertly balance structural requirements with the desired design vision for the space.