Creating office space using a mezzanine floor is one of the most common reasons people decide to build one. Due to many industrial environments being dirty, building an office mezzanine provides a clean space to work in away from machinery and noise.
This type of mezzanine can be used to create extra rooms for staff without the expensive cost of an office relocation.
If a business uses a lot of machinery or equipment which needs to be controlled externally then an office mezzanine can be used as a control room. This is so the machinery can be operated and monitored at a safe distance all in one room.
Office mezzanines can be built with a range of options including steel and glass partitions, electrics, networking, sound insulation, water and ceilings. An office mezzanine is sealed so therefore it can be air conditioned or heated easily.
A staff room is another possible use of an office mezzanine. This provides a space for staff to go away from the main work area. Toilets can also be added to this area as running water can be installed.
Office mezzanine floors are a cost-effective way of adding extra space to your business rather than a complete business relocation.
These types of mezzanines can be customised into any shape or size you require with the option of being fully heated and air conditioned.
Split air conditioning systems consist of one indoor unit and one outdoor unit which are easy to install. This type of air conditioning unit is ideal for smaller jobs such as bedrooms or living rooms.
Multi-split air conditioning systems are slightly different as they use multiple indoor units connected to one compact outdoor unit. These units can keep several rooms at an ideal temperature while still being easy to install and maintain. Multi-split air conditioning is quiet and efficient in everyday use, both indoor and outdoor units are as equally quiet.
As well as cooling a room, split and multi-split air conditioning can heat a room as well which is often a feature commonly forgotten by consumers.
Split and multi split air conditioning is extremely cost effective to run and maintain. To have a split or multi split system installed the cost varies from £1500 to £5000 depending on your requirements and how many rooms you need to keep cool.
A room of up to 12m2 can be cooled by a single split system anything bigger will need a multi-split system which uses several indoor units to cool the room.
Another use of multi-split systems is keeping different rooms at different climates. This is due to the fact of using multiple indoor units which can be individually controlled at different temperatures. Indoor units can be installed above a suspended ceiling to keep them discreet.
Modern indoor units are extremely quiet in operation and can run without being heard especially in an office environment.
Are you experiencing issues with the quality of your television picture or missing channels? This may mean you have poor television reception and an upgrade of your aerial is essential.
If you have been using an aerial that is over 5 years old the frequencies have now changed. Old style aerials were designed to receive only narrow frequencies but since the digital switch over the frequencies have changed meaning that your aerial needs to be retrieving digital terrestrial frequencies in addition to the previous narrow analog frequencies.
Aerial installation should be carried out by a professional rather than a simple DIY project. For new aerial installation work cabling will need to be run through the walls, roof and property before mounting takes place. A secure location will need to be decided and what materials will be best to carry out the job, i.e bracket or pole. Another aspect you need to consider is how many televisions you want installed. In theory by adding extra televisions you are splitting the aerial and weakening the signal strength, it may be beneficial to install an amplifier along with the new aerial to boost signal strength for the extra televisions.
Aerial installation or upgrade can take anything from 1-4 hours depending on the labour required to carry out the job. When your aerial installation has been completed always ensure that you re scan your television by following the instructions on screen. It may be best to do a first-time installation rather than an auto tune.