Just what are the benefits of Raised Access Flooring in todays environment? In modern architecture flexibility is key and built into the entire design. It is accepted that landlords need to prepare for potential changes in clients. Tenants also need to prepare for changes in staffing levels and business practices. A vital part of this flexibility is the Raised Access Floor. By ensuring easy access to the services the whole concept of re-planning space is easier. Not just desks – even internal dividing walls can be re-planned and organised around space and needs of the ever evolving business.
This access within the void, doesnt just service big changes like expansion or new communication or electrical systems. The access void also makes maintenance costs lower. Access is easier, requires less equipment and is generally quicker and less disruptive for all parties.
Further benefits of raised access flooring include its ability to contain low level leaks and water damage within the service void. This way the pipes are easily accessed and managed without water or access damage being caused to both ceiling and floor. This is a far more economical way to manage issues with plumbing etc.