Futon. Wednesday , April 18th , 2018 - 01:56:53 AM
While there certainly are plenty of excellent traditional mattress and frame sets to choose from nowadays, it is all too easy to completely bust your budget with these options. Instead, an option that continues to grow in popularity are futons. Futons provide a very convenient option for you to add to your home and are sure to provide you with a very affordable degree of comfort and style.
Stress supports are usually narrow boards that help to reinforce the slats from the underneath. Not only do they reinforce the slat, but for those companies whose stress supports fit in snuggly against the front and back framing boards--they have the added benefit of helping to keep the futon frame from skewing when it is converted from bed to sofa. Likewise, stress supports with three screws per support are better than those with only two.
Angle brackets are an important piece of metal hardware so it makes some sense to look for these first. Angle brackets reinforce a joint and help support constant and changing loads on your futon frame. Look for angle brackets that reinforce the cross member of the armrest and stretcher rails. Again, sometimes, just counting these reinforcements will reveal a lot about the quality of the futon frame you are looking at buying.
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