Bunk Bed Safety
Always use the recommended size mattress to help prevent the likelihood or entrapment or falls.
The surface of your mattress must be at least 5 inches below the upper edge of guard rails.
Do not allow children under 6 years of age to use the upper bunk.
Periodically check and ensure that the guardrail, ladder, and other components are in their proper position, free from damage, and that all connectors are tight.
Do not allow horseplay on or under the bed and prohibit jumping on the bed.
Always use the ladder for entering and leaving the upper bunk.
Do not use substitute parts. Contact the manufacturer or dealer for replacement parts.
Using of a night light may provide added safety for a child using the upper bunk.
Always use guard rails on both sides of the upper bunk.
Never use a water or a sleep flotation mattresses.
Prohibit more than one person on the upper bunk.
Keep manufacturer’s instructions for future reference.
Never attach or hang items to any parts of the bunk bed that are not designed for use with the bed; for example, but not limited to, hooks, belts, cords or ropes.
Totally Kids cares about the safety of children just as much as any worried parent. To protect kids from injury, we offer several safety features to our bunk beds. Some of our safest models feature stationary staircases instead of movable ladders. You will find many bunk bed frames with durable, crack-resistant materials such as steel, rubberwood, birch and pine. We think that when it comes to the well being of your child, you should never have to compromise.
If you have any questions about bunk bed safety, give one of the personal shoppers at Totally Kids fun furniture & toys a call. 952-881-2425