Jade Aden FAQs
Yes, the specific design of our partitioning means it can be taken down and relocated at any time to suit the needs of your business.
You may need to contact building control if you are changing the use of the area within your premises. Some large projects require signing off by building control to ensure they meet Health and Safety standards. Here at Jade Aden Interiors, we are happy to provide you with the appropriate details to apply to building control or we can do this on your behalf if needed.
Yes, our team have the skills required to create you an office in your warehouse, and we have done this for numerous clients over the years. By installing Warehouse Partitioning, you can have all the benefits of an office space without the hassle of moving to larger premises. It is also worth noting that our industrial partitioning can be installed with additional sound proofing to help reduce any noise from the warehouse. Jade Aden Interiors often create offices using free-standing partitioning which is usually cheaper than having to partition all the way up to the ceiling.
Yes, we are able to match any partitioning to the colours you need, depending on which styles and type of partition you choose. The aluminium partitioning framework and skirting can always be finished in the colour of your choice. Jade Aden Interiors usually use paint, vinyl or other wall coverings to finish solid partitions and walls. Glazing can have a suitable film or manifestation using the company colours or even your logo. Carpets and other floor coverings can be used to tie in your identity and furniture can be sourced to match in too.
Yes, Jade Aden Interiors can manage any project to ensure that every aspect of the work is completed correctly first time. You can be confident that the project will be handled efficiently and the final result will be to your total satisfaction.
Yes, if refurbishment during normal office hours doesn’t suit your business needs then we can complete the work on a weekend or in the evening when staff are out of the building.
There are various different partitioning options that allow us to reach the full height of your ceiling, so we are confident we can accommodate this. However, most glazing modules are often not above 3000mm in height so partitioning any higher than this would require solid partitioning.
Yes we can, our team would be happy to help. Please contact us directly on 02380 245777.
Typically mezzanine floors are used to provide extra storage, office space, warehouse space, production areas, workrooms, canteens, etc. but can be used for anything that requires additional space.
A site survey is always recommended as it allows a member of our team to discuss in more detail requirements such as staircases, walkways, protected escape routes, loading requirements or reducing the number of columns under your new mezzanine floors. This will allow us to produce the most efficient design and allows us to offer you the best possible price.
Yes, Building Regulations approval is required for almost all mezzanine floor installations. Jade Aden Interiors will provide calculations, design, specification and drawings to help support your application. We will submit these on your behalf.
We will be happy to make an application on your behalf. We do not charge for the preparation of drawings, calculations and specification necessary, providing the installation takes place. All we pass on is the statutory fees charged by the Local Authority or Approved Building Inspector.
In almost all cases you will not need Planning Permission, if it is a fully demountable structure and the changes are internal. You do however require Building Regulations approval.
Building Regulations do not limit the size, shape or height of the new mezzanine floor. The Government, has however been trying to control the expansion of retail space in out-of-town developments and has brought in legislation which requires planning permission for floors greater than 200 sq.m. You can however add multiple floors less than 200 sq.m without requiring planning permission.
There is no definitive limit to the number of floors you can have, however once Jade Aden Interiors have attended and assessed your premises, we will make a recommendation for the most suitable number of floors based on the space and height available.
In most cases you will need to inform your Landlord of the proposed changes to make sure you comply with the terms and conditions of your lease, if this is a condition. It is a good idea to share the mezzanine flooring designs drawings with them, and inform them of Building Regulation approval. The simplest thing to do is to send a copy of all correspondence to your Local Authority/Approved Building Inspector, also to your Landlord.
The area where the mezzanine floor is to be situated will need to be cordoned off whilst installation is taking place for obvious Health and Safety reasons. The area will need to be as clear as possible and provide our installation team with unrestricted access to the area, with utilities and services available (such as electricity and lighting) so that your mezzanine floor can be installed safely. We will create a new business environment with a minimum of fuss and disruption, without interrupting your workflow.