Width: 940 mm
Length: 1960 mm
Head End Height: 960 mm
Foot End Height: 665 mm
Distance Floor to Side Rail: 310 mm
Standard Delivery England, Wales and most of Industrial Scotland:
- Courier service to door
- Monday to Friday
- Estimated time 1-3 days, we aim to dispatch orders received by 10 am on the same day
- Surcharges may apply in certain areas of Scotland, quoted basis, please contact us for confirmation
Bedtime Local delivery to London and the Home Counties. Please contact us for availability:
- Room of choice - please note that parking must available for the van to be left unattended while we are in your property. Please advise us in advance if we need to contact the local parking authority
- Mid week and Saturday service
- Additional services available eg. Assembly and Disposal - contact us to arrange
- Estimated time 1-2 weeks
This product comes with full assembly instructions. If you have not arranged for us to assemble for you, we will be happy to give you guidance over the phone or by email should you need it.
Once you have invested in your new product we feel it is important to give you advice to help it last for years to come.
Bed frames with centre rails and support legs: there must be a 5 mm gap left between the support legs and the floor. Also, it is recommended that a non slip pad/castor cup is placed under each leg/foot if the bed frame is being placed on a wooden/laminate floor. This is to help prevent the legs from slipping and damaging the centre rail.
If moving a bed frame with support legs, you should lift the frame rather than drag it to avoid the centre support rail and legs collapsing.
Slats can break when too much weight is placed on one small area. For example, the most common reasons are kneeling on the bed, sitting on the edge of the bed close to the side rails or allowing children to jump on the bed.
If you do have a broken slat, it is important to deal with it quickly to avoid further slats breaking due to the stability being compromised. While you are waiting for a replacement we suggest you move an unbroken slat from the head end position where less weight is placed on the bed.
Screws can work loose, particularly on metal frames. We suggest you check they are tightened regularly.