Installing Triple Bunk Beds in a New, Additional Room
Ideally, your child’s bedroom offers an environment which stimulates his or her creativity and imagination, and has the ability to change over time. If your family is getting bigger and bigger, maybe it’s time to have room additions in Houston, TX installed.
In an additional children’s room, triple bunks beds are often helpful as they certainly reduce the square footage needed for three children to sleep. Triple bunk beds are available with three twin-sized beds. Any other sized beds would need to be custom-made. When shopping for this type of beds, consider who the beds are for, your options, and your budget.
Types of Triple Bunk Beds
Wooden triple bunk bed – Wooden triple bunk beds are made of solid pine, often in antique finish with tongue and grooved headboard and softwood slatted platforms. They come with slanting ladder that can be positioned left or right and sprung mattresses. For additional safety, bed rails should be installed to prevent children from falling.
Metal triple bunk bed – Metal triple bunk beds are made with tubular metal frames featuring bunk beds with built-in access ladder. They also include sprung mattresses for the children’s convenience. For additional safety, bed rails should be installed to prevent them from falling.
Purchasing Triple Bunk Beds
Parents should be aware of the safety issues that accompany triple bunk beds. A child sleeping on the top bunk may be at least six feet in the air. Clearly, if your kids are terribly rambunctious, these beds may not be your best bet as monkey-play and bunk beds do not go together.
With regards to budget, when selecting a bunk bed, your budget needs to be high enough to ensure that the bed meets minimum safety standards put out by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Triple bunk beds are clearly a show-piece to any room additions in Houston, TX. They are not terribly common, and thus stand out. Kids love them since they are unique and exciting. However, parents must be sure not to let the excitement around these beds overshadow the potential safety risk, and as such, must choose a quality bed. For more information, visit http://texasalliedconstructiondemolition.com/general-contracting.
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