Beds are one of the most important items in our lives. We are usually born in a bed and we invariably die in a bed! We get lots of pleasure from being in bed and the average person spends approximately one third of their life there.
In fact, no other major furniture item we purchase is as important to our well being as our bed. Whether rich or poor, we need to sleep.... and preferably in a bed!
Quality of sleep is vital to our health and an average of eight hours sleep will allow our bodies to re-energise for the next 16 hours of generally frenetic activity! It is therefore extremely important that we choose a bed, which can support our bodies correctly and one that can provide a comfortable, restful nights sleep.
In recent years, it has become abundantly clear to most people, that a good bed is needed to help us through our modern, busy lifestyle. Recent trends show that whilst the general public consider a bed to be a functional, long lasting item, they are now looking at bed purchases as an investment in their general health and well-being. More and more new beds are being bought and more money is being spent on getting a good nights rest. The old adage ‘you should aim to buy the best quality bed and the best quality shoes that you can afford - because if you’re not in one, then you’re in the other!!’ is as true today as it ever was!
The choice of beds could not be greater. Fashion is now coming into the bedroom, creating a market where you can choose beds in leather, wood or metal...and on the divan front you can choose from suede and leather bases, to ensure that your new bed blends in with your bedroom ambience.
There have also been lots of new, innovative developments in mattress specifications. Memory foam is now widely available with much emphasis on healthy, non-allergenic, high performance upholstery. In fact, here at Bedsupermarket, we have beds and mattresses to suit just about everyone. We work with leading UK and overseas bed manufacturers to help develop new support options with an aim to provide better quality products, whilst essentially keeping a keen eye on ‘value for money’ and improved durability.
We are constantly launching new beds and products and are usually first to market with many new specifications.
We also work closely with our raw material manufacturers to help develop new fabrics for bed production, which help with:
Air flow and temperature control
New bed spring systems, to combine comfort and long product life
Non-allergenic bed upholstery to offer a more restful nights sleep
At Bedsupermarket, we also take the best of what’s available from the medical market in terms of body support, comfort and durability, together with allergy free properties and develop all these advantages into retail beds that everyone can benefit from.
The average spend on a bed is approximately £500. Beds purchased with a value below this figure are fit for their purpose and can be very comfortable but above this price comes luxury and better, longer lasting support with superior quality upholstery materials.
If your bed is more than five years old, ask yourself these simple questions:
- Do you and your partner ‘roll together’ during the night?
- Can you sleep to the edge of your mattress without the feeling of ‘falling off the edge’?
- Are you restless during the night?
- Do you sometimes wake up still feeling tired?
- Do you have feelings of pins and needles?
If the answer is ‘yes’ to any of the above then it’s time to visit Bedsupermarket and choose the bed for you. Our range will have the right bed for you at a price you can afford. Treat your body to better support and wake up feeling more refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
When you use Bedsupermarket Sleep Consultants to help find the most suitable bed for you, give us your feedback and we’ll publish your comments so that other customers can benefit from your experience.