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Buying a Bed Frame That Lasts
If you find that your current bed isn't as comfortable as it used to be, or that it makes too much noise, or that it just doesn't provide the type of support that you need, then it might be because of your bed frame. While most people blame their mattress first, the bed frame is actually an incredibly important part of the sleeping experience. Great bed frames will give you the back, leg, and neck support that you need to sleep comfortably and wake up feeling refreshed.
Cheap bed frames can still provide the type of support that you need, but don't confuse an affordable product with a poorly made one; there are actually many great deals on cheap beds if you know how to look for the right bed.
In this article, we'll explore the different aspects of a bed frame that you should be paying attention to while you're shopping. Choosing the right frame is almost as important as getting the right mattress, if not more so. While a mediocre mattress can be comfortable on a high quality frame, a great mattress won't be as comfortable on an inappropriate or low quality frame.
Choose the Right Size
If you already have your mattress purchased, or you're just replacing an older metal frame, remember that there are different size considerations that must be taken into account. Again, lighter frames that offer peripheral support specifically come ready to adjust from American sizes "Double" to "King," but other frames may not offer these size adjustment options. A frame that is too large can actually cause injuries getting in and out of bed, and one too small will be uncomfortable. The right size is absolutely crucial.
Choose the Right Strength
It's no secret that our population is getting heavier, but it's also true that you need the right bed frame for your weight as well. While most bed frames provide adequate support for anywhere up to 500 lbs, it's a smart idea to choose a bed frame which is sturdy enough to support you over an extended period of time.
One of the issues with metal bed frames in particular is that they can bend from stress over a year's time. You'll want a stronger frame if you have a larger build, unless you're planning to buy a new frame every year. Also, remember that some mattresses are heavier than others, depending on their construction. Even if you are relatively light, a heavier mattress could lead to the very same problems.
Choose the Right Material
There are wooden frames, and then there are metal frames. There are frames which interlock and just support the periphery of the mattress, and then there are frames which offer back support as well. Your choice of material effects both the strength of the structure, and the actual aesthetic quality. Some wooden frames can actually support a lot of weight and stay in great shape for a lifetime if properly cared for. When choosing a frame, the general rule is that metal is strong and inexpensive compared to wood, but wood has a classic feel to it. There are also combination metal and wood frames to consider.
Choose the Right Type
Some bed frames include a bar across the middle that will add extra support for heavier mattresses and box springs. Some will even have several bars that run across the middle, with the intent of completely replacing the need for a box spring underneath your mattress for proper support. Whichever type of frame you decide to purchase, be sure to consider the style of support that it has to offer. A more supportive frame may be heavier or harder to assemble, but you may only need to replace a mattress in the future, as opposed to the mattress and box spring set.