Bunk Beds. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 06:54:25 AM
The other alternative to hold the mattress up is called a Bunkie board. A Bunkie board is basically ¾ inch plywood cut to the size of the box spring. It sits inside either the metal bed frame, or the wood bed frame, and supports the mattress. If you have a box spring you don`t need a Bunkie board, but if there is not a box spring, the Bunkie board is what supports the middle of the mattress. We sell Bunkie boards if people want them, but a lot of people just cut their own. It`s up to the buyer.
What is the bed made of? Solid wood, metal, or a combination of the two is best. Avoid particle board like the plague. Hardwoods, such as birch, cedar, and maple, are best. If your choice is a metal frame, select one that is made of a heavier metal like steel and with a larger diameter of tubing.
Another word about safety, as you finish up your bunk bed: the distance in-between your bed frame and your mattress must not gap by more than three inches, or your children will be in danger of strangulation. PLEASE make sure you measure this accurately, and that your bed and mattress fit snugly.
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