AUSTRALIAN BEDS FOR SALE
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At Chiropedic, we sell a wide range of high-quality beds for side, stomach and back sleepers. Whether you’re looking for cheap beds for the kids or want to invest in a super king-size bed frame for yourself, we have the right option for you!
Our mattress range features luxury brands, including Eco Kids and Yinahla, and of course, our own Chiropedic range. We create our beds from the highest quality Australian materials to ensure you’re sleeping soundly every night.
We’re a family business that owns all the stock in our factory, selling directly to the customer. This means we can offer a great deal on our entire bed range for both in-store and online orders. Browse through our collection of beds now whether you’re searching for a king, single, double or even just a mattress protector. Find the right bed style for you at Chiropedic.
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When it comes to choosing the right bed height, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. The best height for you will depend on a variety of factors, including your height, the type of mattress you have, and your preferred sleeping position.
If you are taller than average or sleep hot, a higher bed can be beneficial. This is because it will allow you to sleep with your head and shoulders elevated, which can improve airflow and help to prevent overheating.
On the other hand, for petite people or those who like to curl up when they sleep, a lower bed can be more comfortable. And if you suffer from back pain, a medium-height bed may be best for you. Ultimately, the best way to decide on the right bed height is to experiment and find what works for you.
Buying a bed is a big decision. After all, you'll be spending a third of your life in it, so it's important to find one that suits your needs. When you're bed shopping, here are a few things to keep in mind.
First, consider the size of the bed. You need to make sure it's big enough to comfortably fit you and your partner (if you have one). Second, think about the type of mattress you want. There are a variety of options available, from memory foam to latex to innerspring. Third, take into account your sleeping position. Side sleepers may need a softer mattress, while stomach sleepers may prefer a firmer one.
Finally, don't forget to factor in the price. Bed prices can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, so set a budget and stick to it. By keeping these factors in mind, you'll be sure to find the perfect bed for you.
When it comes to purchasing a bed, there is no one-size-fits-all. The price of a bed will vary depending on a number of factors, including the size, materials, and features. For example, a queen-size bed made of solid wood will cost more than a twin-size bed made of particle board. Similarly, a bed with built-in storage or special features will also be more expensive. With so many variables to consider, it can be difficult to calculate a reasonable price for a bed. However, a good rule of thumb is to set a budget and stick to it. Our beds start at $129 for a basic cot mattress and can go as high as $6,000 for a super king.
Just like any other piece of furniture in your home, your bed will eventually show signs of wear and tear. The good news is that there are a few easy ways to tell when it's time for a new bed.
For starters, take a close look at the mattress. If it's sagging or lumpy, then it's definitely time for an upgrade. Another way to tell if your bed is past its prime is by paying attention to how you feel after sleeping on it. If you often wake up feeling stiff and sore, it's probably time for a new bed.
Lastly, take a look at the frame of your bed. If it's starting to sag or wobble, it's not providing the support you need. So, how often should you replace your bed? Experts generally recommend every 5-7 years, but if you're not experiencing any problems, you can probably wait a little longer.
For people with back problems, choosing the right bed is essential. A mattress that is too soft can exacerbate existing pain, while a mattress that is too firm can make it difficult to get comfortable.
As a result, many people with back problems find that an adjustable bed is the best option. Adjustable beds allow you to customise the level of firmness, meaning that you can find the perfect balance of support and comfort.
In addition, adjustable beds often come with built-in massage features, which can help to relieve pain and tension. If you have back problems, choosing an adjustable bed is a great way to ensure a good night's sleep. Check out our adjustable beds.
When it comes to choosing a bed, size is an important consideration. A too-small bed can leave you feeling cramped and uncomfortable, while a too-large bed can be difficult to manoeuvre in and take up more space than necessary.
A good rule of thumb is to choose a bed at least six inches longer than the tallest person sleeping in it. This calculation will ensure that everyone has enough room to stretch out and sleep comfortably. In addition, consider the size of your bedroom when selecting a bed. A larger bed may look imposing in a small room, while a smaller bed may get lost in a large space. Ultimately, the best way to decide on the right size bed is to look into different sizes and styles until you find one that suits your needs.
We offer alternative payment options for all of our bedroom furniture, including AfterPay, ZipPay, Humm and OpenPay in-store and online. Each of these methods allows you to pay back your purchases in instalments rather than all at once.
Yes, we do have warranties on all of our bedding products. All of our mattresses have a 10-year warranty, and our frames have a 5-year warranty. Our Chiropedic warranty covers against faulty workmanship or materials. Our warranties don’t cover normal wear and tear, minor manufacturing anomalies and mattress damage due to an inappropriate foundation. To find out more, please review our full warranty policy.
Yes, we do offer a money-back guarantee within 7 days of collecting or accepting the delivery of your bed or bedroom furniture. If you change your mind within this time, we’re happy to provide a full refund. If our team is required to pick up your bed as a return, you will incur a $129 fee. Unfortunately, our pick-up option is only available for Melbourne metropolitan areas and Ballarat. However, if you return your bed to one of our stores, this is free of charge.
Unfortunately, we currently don’t offer an assembly service for our bed frames or any bedroom furniture.