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Top Reasons Why You Need a Bed Frame

By Brian, January 22, 2016

If you move frequently, have a small amount of living space, or are living with a tight budget, you may be wondering if a bed frame is really necessary. After all, moving a mattress alone is a lot easier than moving a bulky frame, and a mattress on the floor takes up less space than a mattress sitting on a frame. However, there are a lot of benefits to having a frame for your bed, and some of them may surprise you. Here are the top reasons why you really do need a frame for your mattress.

  1. Comfort

Mattresses on their own do not usually offer enough support to help you sleep comfortably at night. When combined with a sturdy box frame, a good mattress can support your weight more effectively and provide you with a more restful night’s sleep.

  1. Insect and Pest Control

No one likes the thought of insects or pests crawling around in their bedding, but if your bed is not lifted off the floor, it is easier for pests to reach. Additionally, heavy mattresses that rest on the floor may provide the perfect environment for dangerous molds that can harm your health. Keep pests and mold away from your sleeping space by putting your mattress on a frame.

  1. Storage

Rather than being a cumbersome waste of space, a frame for your bed can actually become a storage space of its own. Some bed frames come with drawers and cabinets for extra storage, but even if you use a basic frame, you can always store items beneath it. Just be sure to avoid overcrowding the space beneath your bed, or you will once again end up with a great environment for pests. You should also vacuum beneath your bed regularly to remove dust and other particles that can collect there over time.

Rather than being an unnecessary space waster, a good mattress frame can actually help you maximize the storage space in your home while also helping you sleep comfortably at night. If you don’t currently have a mattress frame, it may be time to look for one. You might be surprised to find out how much difference it can make to your quality of sleep each night.

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