Buying a mattress can seem like expensive business, so it’s often tempting to go for the cheapest option. And few things are less expensive than those that come out of the back of a white van. However, this method of buying a bed can backfire.
Beware of Rogue Bed Traders
You may find independent retailers selling cheap beds in any number of places, including internet sites, a man in a van with surplus stock or even through chatting to someone in the pub who just happens to “know someone who might be able to help.”
You may be told that you will be getting what seems like a fantastic deal, two or three times less than what you might pay for the same item in the shops. But a few months down the line, if your bed turns out to be a dud, you could well be left wishing that you had spent a bit more money buying your bed from a reputable retailer.
A Bed that Ticks all the Boxes
The National Bed Federation, also known as the NBF, is the regulating body of the bed industry. Members of the NBF must adhere to strict guidelines pertaining to quality, safety and hygiene. This ensures that customers are getting exactly what they’ve been promised. So whenever you buy a mattress, look for the NBF tick.
Cheaper than You Think
You should not baulk at the price of a high quality bed. Instead consider a mattress on a cost per night basis. High quality beds could last you more than eight years, so will probably work out cheaper in the long run than a knockoff equivalent.
Moreover, we spend around a third of our lives in bed, so from a wellbeing standpoint it’s important to get a mattress that suits your needs.
Looking for a New Bed?
Kaymed manufactures a range of high quality beds to suit all needs. Our beds are only available in store at selected retailers who will be delighted to advise you on which is the best bed for you so click on the following link to locate nearest Kaymed stockist, and for more information on beds, click here.