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6 potential problems when installing raised raised floor
Release date: 2018-08-14
To avoid potential risks and hazards, there are many things you need to remember when installing an elevated raised floor. Elevated raised floors are very common when it is necessary to lay cables or other objects under the floor. This type of floor is commonly used in computers and sometimes in air conditioning ducts. In some modern homes, raised raised floors are used as a way to include heating and cooling systems.

1, the height of the ceiling
Most raised raised floors are installed during the construction of the building, or at least at that time. This is because installing an elevated raised floor can significantly change the ceiling height. If you have a modern home, the ceiling may already be low. If your ceiling is low, you won't be able to use the raised raised floor while still maintaining the function of the room.

This may not be a problem when installing raised raised floors in high ceiling or false ceiling offices. However, when installing an raised raised floor at home, you need to consider the ceiling height, as this is not something you can easily change.

2, dust
The raised raised floor is very popular as it allows you to easily access the floor. However, dust can easily accumulate in this open space. It is impossible to prevent this from happening because the purpose of this raised floor is to allow people to visit below. This will only make you feel worse than you think.

You may also need to clean up from time to time to make sure you don't have too many problems.

3, support
Overhead raised floors need to be firmly supported to prevent any form of danger. If you are running a cable, you may need to drill through some supports or joists, in which case make sure that you can do this without affecting the integrity of the floor.

4, electric shock
When using raised raised floor, you need to always use non-conductive materials, which will ensure that you will not get an electric shock if there is any short circuit or any error. Metal floors may look stylish and practical, but may not be very safe.

5, improper choice
The bigger danger is that you spend money to install an elevated raised floor and find that it is not suitable for your needs. You need to accurately plan what you want to put under the floor and how you want them to be combined.

6, pests
One danger of elevated raised floor is that pests will settle indoors. Rats and other pests can easily bite through the cable, which can damage your network. Try to prevent rats from entering your house by sealing all channels outside.

The raised raised floor is a great complement to any room. As long as you have enough height to accommodate them, they can run new wires very easily.
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