Bed Frames. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 04:26:03 AM
Lifespan. Another benefit of having a wooden bed is that it can be changed over the years to give it a second, third or even fourth life. With sanding, staining and painting options (if needed) you can always refurbish your bed to develop with your tastes. In theory, all you would need to do (providing the bed frame is cared for properly) is replace your mattress after the recommended amount of years. Whereas with divan bases it is highly advised you change your bed base and mattress at the same time.
Durability. Metal bed frames are made to last for a long period of time and survive wear and tear. Sadly, most metal bed frames these days have iron content that can corrode easily. Nevertheless, these do have anti-corrosive coating to delay rust from appearing and if you do treat the metal bed frame with a new coating, it will still look brand new.
Strength. Wooden bed frames can often come with a long guarantee due to the robustness of the construction. The strength and long lasting nature of the structure and method of construction allow for a wooden bed frame to last indefinitely. Especially those that utilise ‘mortise and tenon’ joints which provide an exceptionally strong joint at the often weakest point, being where the side rail connects to the leg. Get Laid Beds provide an 11-year guarantee on all beds to prove this.
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