Structural mezzanine in a distribution center

Used Mezzanines

Mezzanines are perfect for optimizing dead vertical space in your warehouse. We carry a wide selection of affordable used mezzanines to help add additional storage space and streamline daily operations. Whether you’re looking for free-standing mezzanines or rack-supported mezzanines, East Coast Storage Equipment can help. Browse our selection of pre-owned mezzanines below.


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About Mezzanines

An industrial mezzanine is an intermediate floor or platform installed between the ground-level and the ceiling of a facility. They can be free-standing, using pre-installed support columns, or supported by either existing support structures or racking/shelving. Typically constructed from rugged steel, mezzanines are highly customizable to meet the demands of your unique warehouse needs. Additionally, businesses have the option of adding additional features like stairways for access, safety railings or lift/conveyor systems for streamlined inventory movement.

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Warehouse mezzanines consist of structural components with an elevated platform. This platform includes flooring, often either steel grating, concrete or composite materials depending on the application. Sturdy and reliable, these robust steel structures easily add additional working, office, storage or manufacturing space.

Benefits of Mezzanines

Trying to picture a mezzanine on your warehouse floor? Let’s review a
few key benefits of these versatile structures.

Added Space

Certainly, the most obvious benefit is the addition of extra working space. Mezzanines effectively double the usable floor space in your warehouse without the need for relocation or expansion.


Compared to a full-scale relocation or expansion, mezzanine construction costs are relatively low. This is especially the case if you choose to source a high-quality used mezzanine.


Mezzanines can separate worker traffic from heavy machinery traffic. Most warehouse mezzanines also have other safety features like guardrails and enclosed access stairways.


Some industrial mezzanines can be disassembled and relocated, depending on the type, construction and other factors like decking style. If you have any questions about a specific mezzanine in our inventory or are curious about installation, connect with our team.

Construction Benefits

These scalable and modular structures can easily expand with your operations. Add new sections or additional features like access points or other equipment to meet the demands of your growing business.

Industrial Mezzanine Applications

Here are a few common applications for warehouse mezzanines:

  • Production and assembly areas
  • Extra storage space
  • Office space
  • Equipment platforms
  • Pick modules
  • Much more!
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What Type of Mezzanine Is Right for You?

Wondering which type of warehouse mezzanine is right for your facility? Adding a structure like this can feel like a big undertaking. Luckily, East Coast Storage Equipment is here to help. Be sure to read our blog post reviewing the different types of mezzanines to discover which one is right for your business.

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Types of Warehouse Mezzanines

From free-standing to catwalk, you’ll find several different types of mezzanines as well as mezzanine components in our inventory. To help you make the most informed buying decision, let’s take a look at those different types of used mezzanines now.

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Free-Standing Mezzanines

Free-standing mezzanines, also known as structural or clear-span mezzanines, are a great, cost-effective solution for adding storage to your warehouse or distribution center. Unlike other mezzanine types like rack-supported mezzanines, they rely on structural columns for support.

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Rack-Supported Mezzanines

Rack-supported mezzanines typically utilize pallet racking frames for support instead of traditional mezzanine columns. The exception would be if the mezzanine floor needs to support a higher weight capacity – then it would be reinforced with mezzanine columns.

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Shelving-Supported Mezzanines

Shelving-supported mezzanines use boltless shelving components or rack uprights to support the structure while maximizing your storage area. Shelving-supported mezzanines, like rack-supported configurations, are very cost-effective and offer added shelf storage which can be used in many different ways.

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Mezzanine Catwalks

Catwalk mezzanines deliver an efficient solution to help workers move through your facility without interrupting the workflow down on the floor. They are used in many different applications, from directing worker traffic to offering viewing platforms for upper management.

Get in Touch to Better Understand Your Used Mezzanine Options

At East Coast Storage Equipment; we’re experts in everything related to material handling and storage equipment. If you have any questions or concerns about your mezzanine purchase or just need a little more information about a specific product, be sure to connect with the team either online or by phone at 888.294.5022.

Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Mezzanine

Adding any equipment to your warehouse or distribution center floor can be a big decision. When it comes to warehouse mezzanines, what do you need to know before you make a purchase?

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Available Space

Always evaluate your current space before making any purchases. Mezzanines are the perfect piece of equipment for adding extra usable vertical space, but you need to make sure you have the clearance first. Local building codes may also influence space concerns.

Safety Regulations

Make sure you always understand your local, state and federal regulations regarding warehouse safety. For example, when it comes to mezzanines and vertical clearance, you need to ensure there is enough space for a fire suppression system.

Intended Use

Clearly define how you’ll be using your warehouse mezzanine — whether it’s storage, office space or a production area. This will have an effect on the design, load capacity and safety features you may need to consider.

Do you have a used mezzanine that you're looking to sell? East Coast Storage Equipment makes it simple. We buy mezzanine platforms of all types and sizes and re-sell them to other businesses like yours in need of used equipment solutions.

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Save Money and Add Space With Pre-Owned Mezzanines

Looking to add space to your business without adding a huge expense to your budget? Used mezzanines from East Coast Storage Equipment are a great solution for expanding work and storage space in your current warehouse or distribution center. Capitalizing on vertical space, a warehouse mezzanine can quickly solve your space and storage problems, and a used one provides unbeatable value. Discover the value of used mezzanines today!

Warehouse mezzanine storing product on top of structure and below.

Custom Used Mezzanines for Your Warehouse

East Coast Storage Equipment has over 20 years of experience in the design and implementation of every kind of mezzanine system imaginable. In fact, over the past 10 years, mezzanines have become one of our specialties. This is one of the key focus areas for us where we clearly beat the competition in knowledge, experience, capabilities and execution, so you can count on us to provide the solution you need. Browse our selection of used mezzanines for sale and find one that fits your needs.

Installation of custom mezzanine structure.

Expand Your Space With Used Mezzanines

One of the primary advantages of mezzanines is their ability to make use of otherwise unused vertical space. With a mezzanine, your business can effectively double its available space without having to move to a larger facility or incur the expense of new construction. This can be particularly valuable for businesses that are operating in areas where real estate prices are high or where zoning restrictions make it difficult to expand horizontally.

Another advantage of mezzanines is their flexibility. They can be customized to meet the specific needs of a business, whether it's adding a simple storage platform or creating a complex multi-level workspace. Mezzanines can be designed to fit virtually any space, and they can be configured to accommodate a wide range of equipment and storage solutions.

Used Mezzanines: Space Solutions for Many Applications

Because of this flexibility, mezzanines can be used for a wide variety of applications. For example, businesses in the retail industry can use mezzanines to create additional sales floor space or storage areas. Warehouses and distribution centers can use mezzanines to increase storage capacity, allowing them to handle more inventory without needing to expand their existing facilities. Mezzanines can also be used in manufacturing facilities to create additional workspace, production areas or assembly lines.

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Get Expert Help with Mezzanine Installation

While the team here at East Coast Storage Equipment can help you find the right used mezzanine for your facility, we can also help with installation. We have decades of experience installing and outfitting warehouses and distribution centers with equipment of all kinds — and mezzanines are no expectation! Get the professional help you need to get the job done right.

FAQs About Mezzanines

Mezzanines are important to keep your warehouse facility organized and running smoothly. To help you understand more about mezzanines, we have answered some common questions we hear from customers.

What Are Mezzanines Made Of?

Most mezzanines consist of a combination of steel, concrete, wood, stainless steel and even fiberglass materials. Depending on the application, you can source many different types of mezzanines with varied materials. For most industrial mezzanines, pre-engineered steel systems are the go-to choice for their overall strength and ease of installation. Additionally, you can find different flooring materials, including the following:

  • Steel
  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Composite materials

When Should You Use a Mezzanine?

Mezzanines can offer extra storage and floor space in a variety of environments. As long as there is enough space between the floor and ceiling for safe installation, applications for mezzanines are wide open. Some common applications include the following:

  • Industrial — Mezzanines in industrial settings usually utilize heavy-duty materials like stainless or carbon steel.
  • Warehouses — Warehouse mezzanines add extra storage space in environments with limited square footage.
  • Offices — In certain warehouse environments, an office-style mezzanine can provide first-level management a place to operate while still being near the production floor.

Which Mezzanine Flooring Type Should I Choose?

You can find different types of mezzanine flooring to match your specific application and environment. Here are a few common free-standing mezzanine decking options:

  • Bar grating — If you need to allow for free air exchange and light to pass through, bar grating offers a strong and reliable flooring option. Keep in mind that rolling stock can pose a problem for this type of mezzanine flooring.
  • Resin deck — You can source different types of resin panels that can handle different capacities that all provide durability to your decking. Usually, solid resin flooring installs over B-deck and offers the most economical flooring choice.
  • Floor plate — Floor plate and diamond plate are outstanding in terms of durability and safety. Because steel is the preferred material for this flooring type, pallet jacks and carts typically pose no problem for this durable surface.

Can the Mezzanines We Sell Be Customized?

Fitting a mezzanine to your environment's specific needs and specifications is easy in almost any situation, and East Coast Storage Equipment can help develop your completely custom installation. Our fabrication department is equipped to customize any existing mezzanine to your exact specifications. Whether you need office space or storage, custom mezzanine construction gives you virtually unlimited space solutions.

What Safety Measures Should Be Implemented With a Warehouse Mezzanine?

With the risk of falls from the elevated platform, your business should consider mezzanine additions like proper railings or guardrails, adequate lighting and access to stairs or lifts. Businesses should also employ a regular maintenance and cleaning schedule to identify potential issues early on and make sure equipment is safe for use.

What is the Weight Capacity of a Warehouse Mezzanine?

Weight capacity for a warehouse mezzanine is going to depend on several factors like design, materials and possible structural factors from the building itself. In most cases, though, industrial mezzanines are built to handle substantial weight to accommodate additional inventory storage, equipment or even office space.

Are There Regulations or Standards to Follow When Installing a Mezzanine?

Yes. You’ll find both national and local regulations surrounding the proper installation of a mezzanine. These standards revolve around safety, load capacity and accessibility. While they depend on the location of your warehouse, ECSE can help if you have questions concerning regulations and your mezzanine installation. Get in touch with our team to learn more.

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