For any landlord looking to furnish their student housing, there are many considerations to reflect on. Beds must be comfortable yet durable, seating should be sturdy and able to withstand daily usage and all the furniture should adhere to fire regulations. Therefore, it can be daunting if you are a first-time landlord, or even an experienced landlord when it comes to choosing the best and most appropriate furniture for student accommodation.
To help you select the right furniture for your student housing, here is a rundown of a few essentials you'll need.
Long-lasting bedroom furniture
There are various options when it comes to heavy-duty beds for student accommodation. You can choose between sturdy beds with mesh bases, bunk beds, and even foldable beds.
Of course, your choice will partly be dictated by the amount of space that you have available, but it is always important to keep in mind that choosing a high-quality bed will deliver longevity and allow you the peace of mind that you won't have to keep replacing it regularly. Therefore, even if your student tenants invite their friends for regular gatherings or parties, heavy-duty furniture will stand up to the challenge!
High-quality contract mattresses
Many students only remain in your house for a year before you welcome a new group of students, so choosing the right contract mattresses is essential.
The benefit of contract furniture is that these mattresses are specifically designed for establishments such as student housing and have undergone stringent fire safety testing. They are of the highest quality, so you can be equally sure that they will serve your tenants well whilst simultaneously providing you with longevity and value for money.
Sturdy and easy-to-clean seating
It is sensible to take a four-pronged approach to selecting the appropriate seating for student houses.
Seating should be comfortable, durable, easy to keep clean, and aesthetically pleasing. Seating in communal areas of a student house or flat is likely to enjoy a significant amount of usage. Your student residents and their friends are likely to spend a substantial amount of time on the chairs that you provide, so they should be specifically designed to cope with that level of use. At the same time, the seating you choose must also be comfortable and look good, so that you are delivering the highest quality of service to your tenants.
For a full range of high-quality heavy-duty furniture, please contact Reinforced Beds.