Raised Access Flooring

A raised access floor system is a great solution for commercial data centres, offices, headquarters, and more. In a data intensive world, keeping our business connected can be an ever changing task. This makes for a difficult situation when it comes to potential changes in network cables or power cables. Raised access floors offer a great solution to data centres and data heavy offices who are in need of access to their below ground wiring on a regular basis. Access floors have become a very great solution to contractors and businesses who are looking to have regular access to their below ground cables.
Raised floors in an office can also be a great solution for those who want a more green solution when it comes to cooling and heating. To have your cooling and heating coming from below your raised floors, you are able to save energy by directly heating and cooling a certain location without a large amount of dissipation. Many offices have found that using raised floors creates a much greener solution to heating and cooling costs. This is a good thing for businesses to look at when they are remodelling their offices and are looking to cut future energy costs.

Fitting your office to a certain floor plan for raised flooring can be a very easy thing to do as well. The great thing about access flooring is that it is module. Each square piece is removable in order to allow access to the cables, heating, and cooling devices below.  This allows for any specific office floor plan to easily be fitted by access flooring professionals. Even a very obscure floor plan can be easily filled up by a modular access floor.
There are many applications for raised access flooring beyond just the world of office buildings and data centres. Raised floors are being used more and more in the world of education. In the university setting, many computers must be networked together in order to achieve maximum results in internet connectivity. Raised flooring is an excellent solution to this. It allows for all of the information in a university to be much more streamlined throughout the network, without the annoyance of loose cables causing havoc in a computer lab setting.
Another practical application for raised access flooring is casinos. The amount of energy that runs through a casino on a regular basis is very intense. It is seemingly impossible to have that many electrical outlets for all of the slot machines without raised access flooring. This makes raised flooring a very good option for most casinos, if not a necessity. The amount of oxygen that is pumped into a casino is at a very high level as well. Many casinos use raised access flooring to pump this oxygen directly into the casinos as well.
It is easy to see why raised flooring is becoming so popular in the world of commercial construction. There are many different practical uses that make using raised access flooring the best option out there. It is very easy to find a professional company that will supply raised flooring and install it professionally in a university, library, datacentre, casino, or more.             

Fieldmans Access Floors Ltd has been successfully installing raised access floors across London, all of the UK and abroad since 1993, quality and client satisfaction are always the highest priority .

 

 

Fieldmans Access Floors Ltd has been successfully installing raised access floors across London, all of the UK and abroad since 1993, quality and client satisfaction are always the highest priority.

There are 2 key factors that have helped our company become one of the leading Access Flooring companies in the UK:

  • We are completely independent allowing us to use the product that is correct for our clients’ requirements.
  • We directly employ our staff, negating the need for any reliance on subcontractors.

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