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Raised Access Flooring

Raised Access Flooring

For over 45 years, Longden has provided Raised Access Flooring at an unsurpassed level of quality and service to customers throughout New England and all over the country. We employ the most highly trained installation crews, ready to meet the demands of your next raised access floor installation project.

What is a Raised Access Floor?

A raised access floor is an elevated structural floor above a solid substrate (often a concrete slab). Raised access flooring enables the use of under floor air distribution systems and under floor wiring systems, improving the flexibility, energy efficiency, and comfort of commercial buildings.

Where are Raised Access Flooring Systems installed?

Raised floors are widely installed in:

  • Modern Office Buildings
  • Command Centers
  • IT Data Centers
  • Casinos
  • Cleanrooms

Raised floors can also be installed in hospitals, colleges, libraries, museums, casinos and many more locations.

What are the benefits of Raised Access Floors?

Maintain High-Quality Clean Air
Maintain High-Quality
Clean Air
Improve Personal Comfort Control
Improve Personal
Comfort Control
Attenuate Noise
Allows for Quick Organizational Changes
Allows for Quick
Organizational Changes
Supports Aesthetic Value of the Building
Supports Aesthetic
Value of the Building
Manufactured from Sustainable Materials
Manufactured from
Sustainable Materials

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Why choose Longden?

  • We have extensive product knowledge.
  • We have seasoned installation experience.
  • We’re fast, accurate and reliable.
  • We’re efficient yet cost-effective.
  • We consistently exceed customer expectations.
  • We’re the largest Tate dealer in New England.
  • We have a large warehouse stocked with a complete inventory of raised access flooring, supplies and accessories.

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