We understands that it is important to pick the right bed. The best choice of bed depends on your fitness and wellbeing. Our team knows the new advanced sleep technologies and can help you narrow your buying decision.
Trust the team to assist you picks the most appropriate piece of furniture you’ll buy. Our ability and proficiency are backed up with expert assistance and fees to suit your budget, as well as remarkable after-sales support. Visit a branch near you, or email us for advice on finding the right bed.
Deciding the correct base and mattress is the difference between good night’s sleep and awful night’s. There are few things you can do to help you select the correct choice when buying a bed.
- Do the studies
These days, Mattress technology and layout are so advanced that you have a big option to select. Unfortunately, it can be a little daunting, too. Everyone is one-of-a-kind and there is a mattress that fits your needs. You just have to spend a bit of time to identify the right one. Check out what styles of mattresses are available on the market, which are designed ergonomically for your specific sleep style.
- Check the mattress
Go! It is fine. Take your time at the store: lying down, tossing and turning, jumping up and down. Don’t just lie on the edge of the bed; just snuggle in for more minutes. Give the mattress a good look. And, you can do just the same thing at home when you ordered your bed online. If you’re not completely happy the store has a fantastic return policy.
- Have a look at the return policy
Ask about the return policy of the store, and whether it involves a money-back guarantee or exchange, before making a final decision. You should be able to sleep at home in the bed for at least seven days, and be able to return or exchange it if you are not satisfied.
- Check the warranty
A decent mattress is expected to come with a 10 year warranty. That would be either a complete replacement or a non-prorated warranty. It covers manufacturing defaults only.
- Select a professional store
Stop going the budget route by purchasing a bed from a store that sells a range of household goods. A bed is a considerable investment so with your comfort and well-being, you can trust the professional.
- Don’t settle for price over quality
Your wellbeing and health depend on having a good night’s sleep. Money saved now will charge you in the long run when your cheap bed begins to crumble really quickly. Instead, keep an eye out for bed deals on well-known brands. We recommend saving for a nice bed, since it is a health investment.
Create a list of all your sleeping requirements, such as your height, weight and sleeping position. Remember the space where the bed is situated and whether it is intended for a guest room or the master bedroom. How big is the bedroom? If you’re not sure, then take some measurements.
When you have a clear idea of what you need, you can go shopping online or have a talk with one of our professional salesperson. The Salesperson would probably ask you the following questions to help you narrow down your search:
- What size do you want for bed?
Determine the room space where the new bed will be placed. Will the room have enough space to fit the type of bed you want? In addition, are you going to share this bed with your partner or is it meant for a single person?
- How much would you like to spend?
Buying a bed is a long-term investment because the majority of quality beds will last a lifetime. Are you aware we’re spending a third of our lives in bed? Determine your initial overall budget and then we will give you some choices in your price range. For big household brands, we always have fascinating bed and mattress deals. Before you agree to settle for something cheaper, do not hesitate to seek out more expensive beds.
- What are your sleep needs?
Durability, assistance and comfort are important. You demand a bed which is guaranteed to make you look forward to bedtime so you can wake up with renewed energy.
Benefit from the new mattress technology. Specific sleeping positions match various styles of beds. Many beds are best suited for sleepers on the side or in the stomach. Besides this, are you a heavy sleeper or light one? We have items designed to reduce movement, so that a restless partner won’t bother you.