How is a Low Profile Raised Access Floor Constructed?

Access Flooring
August 22, 2019 | Access Flooring

When most folks think about raised access flooring, they see a heavy 2’ by 2’ concrete panel supported by 4 posts (called pedestals) that are glued or anchored into the concrete subfloor. Each panel is screwed to a pedestal at each of the 4 corners of the panel, then the entire system is mechanically attached […]

July 24, 2019 | Access Flooring

Are you considering installing raised access flooring in your workplace? If so, you’ll likely have many questions. Following, is a list of the most often asked questions we receive: What is a raised access floor system? This is a flooring system comprised of modular components placed atop a building’s original concrete slab floor — leaving […]

July 17, 2019 | Access Flooring

In today’s connected society, which calls for a plethora of power, voice, and data equipment (that comes with lots of wires,cables, and connection points), an enterprise must secure a flexible, adaptive cable management system. In fact, if you want a workspace that’s adaptive enough to facilitate moves, adds, and changes, it’s paramount. Should you plan […]

  Welcome to FreeAxez’ newly updated website! For more than 25 years, FreeAxez has revolutionized cable management and access floors with an award-winning Adaptive Cabling Distribution® system that smoothly integrates technology through a superior raised floor system.We hope you enjoy browsing through all our beautiful new imagery, tools and helpful design resources like CAD and […]

June 4, 2018 | Access Flooring, Workplace

COMPONENTS OF A FLUID WORKPLACE Facility management is all about change. And the job of a facility manager is to affect it quickly with minimum disruption to the business environment. Business has to get done. People have to work. And the work of a facility manager — adjusting for facility change — has to be […]

A NASCAR Pit Crew epitomizes efficiency and flexibility and SPEED. In seconds trained professionals can modify their vehicle to suit the needs of both the track and driver. At FreeAxez we hosted our own simulation of a NASCAR pit crew. But instead of having a trained NASCAR team working on high-octane vehicles, we had volunteers […]

In basketball higher is better. But not so when it comes to raised access floors. Sure. The idea behind access floors is to create space for technology cabling to run underneath. And you want something flexible that easily adapts to your changing technology needs. But what’s the best height for your raised floor to accommodate […]

When it comes to advancing technology and the need to adjust quickly as it changes, more and more companies think in terms of the entire building footprint. And they’re thinking ahead. Why? Because every business, organization and institution today is driven by technology. And as the technology advances, the infrastructure that supports it must adapt […]

There’s a reason companies like Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson and Lockheed Martin have installed Gridd® in their offices. Designed to support the cable management needs of high performance buildings, Gridd helps optimize energy efficiency, durability, life-cycle performance and occupant productivity. It goes beyond the traditional idea of the “raised access floor”—it’s a system […]

Without question the Americans with Disabilities Act has been successful in removing barriers and making spaces more accessible. But for architects and builders, it’s often challenging to combine accessibility, functionality and aesthetics. Our Gridd® low profile access floor can help with that. Gridd offers imperceptible transitions that do not consume valuable space! Gridd’s standard ramps […]

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