Five Things to Know about Next Day Bed Delivery

Such is the power of the internet; we can now order items like divan beds online from the comfort of our own homes and receive it within 24 hours. Many companies offer this service including us and our most popular item is the next day delivery bed frames.

Before you take advantage of this speedy service though, here are some things you need to know.

1: If you are passionate about green energy consumption, next day delivery is not for you because more often than not, the company will have to make a special trip therefore increasing fuel consumption.

2: Check the terms and condition of free next day delivery service. Very often is it only offered on the more expensive items, and the cost has already been added to the purchase price.

3: Check the companies small print, because there are many places off the beaten track, which the company will not promise next day delivery to.

4: Weekend deliveries will cost more money. Consider if you really need that item, immediately because delaying your delivery for a weekday can save you as much as 50 UK pounds.

5: If you are ordering bulky furniture, don’t assume that putting it together is free of charge. This service often comes at a premium rate and coupled with next day delivery prices, you could be spending at least 100 UK pounds that you do not need to.

Did you know?

  • In the space of ten years, the weight of a mattress will double because it fills up with dust and mites!
  • Experts estimate that an old mattress can have anything up to 10,000,000 dust mites in it. Urgh! If your mattress is old and you need to replace it, find cheap mattress and bedframe sets here.
  • Many people think that the higher number of coils in a mattress means it is of better quality but this is untrue. Other aspects like the upholstery used have to be taken into account
  • The average lifespan of a mattress is 8 years. They should not be used beyond this time period.
  • Airing your mattress regularly will help to prolong its life, quality and therefore ensure you get a better sleep. Aim to air your mattress at least once a month.
  • The history of the humble mattress is quite interesting. Cave men stuffed animal skins with grass and leaves. The Persians made their mattresses from goatskins.
  • The most expensive mattress with accompanying bed costs a staggering 1.6 million USD.
  • The world’s largest mattress measures 12 feet by 10 feet.
  • If you wake up feeling stiff, numb or with aches and pains and your mattress is more than five years old, these are typical indicators that it has been overused.
  • In the classic fairy-tale story called The Princess and the pea, she slept on 20 feather mattresses and was still able to feel the pea, therefore gaining the heart of her prince.

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