When your reinforced bed frame has finally reached the end of its life, it's important to carefully choose a new bed. You can easily tell when your bed needs replacing because the bed frame may creak and squeak and show signs of wear and tear. However, you might be unsure of how to go about selecting a new bed frame. If you're ready for a new bed, our helpful guide will give you all the assistance you need.
1. Is the new frame suitable for heavy-duty use?
When you need a reinforced bed, durability and longevity are two vital features that you cannot live without. Whether you are looking for mental health beds, beds for care homes, beds for autism, or bariatric beds, the stronger the better. Before you take any other features into account, checking that the bed is right for heavy-duty use is a primary concern.
2. Take your requirements into account
It is a good idea to think about which materials you prefer your bed to be constructed from, such as wrought iron or wood. Additionally, consider whether you want an ottoman, divan or adjustable bed. If you already have some idea of your needs and preferences before you start looking, it will cut down on the amount of time it takes you to find the right bed.
3. Can the bed be modified?
Some bed frames have a bespoke option for modification, such as choosing between a base with slats or a fully welded mesh base. If you require a bed that is suitable for a person who has challenging behaviours due to conditions like autism, you may need to opt for a choice that will give increased security and peace of mind.
4. Consider replacing your mattress too
Certain types of mattresses work better when they are paired with specific types of bed frames. For example, foam mattresses often work well with a slatted base. Firm and extra-firm, heavy-duty mattresses offer a range of benefits for people who require a reinforced, stronger bed.
5. Use a trusted and reliable supplier
Buying your new bed from a trusted and reliable supplier that provides the highest-quality frames and mattresses is essential. Your bed should last many years in order to be cost-effective. At Reinforced Beds, we offer stylish, heavy-duty solutions for a range of uses.
To browse our range of reinforced beds and firm mattresses, please visit us at Reinforced Beds.