Recently we have been asked questions on the installation of access flooring that we could not answer, so we approached Clint Hastings, director of Peter Bates Flooring, who provided the solutions to the ‘problems’.
When installing an access floor, it is possible to do some of the fitment off-site, or is this a regular practice?
Most of the steel systems are fully assembled on site. However, the cutting of holes for service penetrations, grommets and grilles can be undertaken at the factory or off-site prior to installing.
If the access floor is to contain cabling or airconditioning, how is this achieved? Presumably you must allow them to fit their equipment, and then come back to complete your installation?