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Last edited 18 Aug 2021
Mezzanine floors are semi-permanent, intermediate floors built within the interior structure of a building. In most cases, they are installed between the ground floor and roof structure or between two stories. The installation of a mezzanine is sometimes faster than a traditional building extension and may not require planning permission.
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