Cecilia Velazquez. Futon. March 29th , 2018.
One of the first things that you are sure to notice when searching through the latest options for futons is the price. For one thing, these items do not feature the overly complex designs that are more commonly featured in traditional full mattress and frame sets. What does this mean to you? Less money is need for the craftsmanship of these items and less money is required for the materials. This all translates to you being able to look forward to a much more affordable home furnishing option. That is whey these options continue to be so popular among college students all the way through homeowners with limited budgets.
This isn't just an issue with one manufacturer in particular. We've seen this from 4 different metal futon frame manufacturers offering these frames. There is just not enough materials or quality of construction to justify these frames as a viable furniture solution for consumers. It should also make people question purchasing one of these frames when they only carry a 30-90 day warranty. Any manufacturer who warranties a piece of furniture for this amount of time doesn't expect it to last very long and neither should you as the consumer. 98% of our futon related service issues over a 10 year period resulted from failures with black metal frames. Often within the first year of ownership.
There are now literally hundreds of types of designs of futon available in the market right now, each design can compensate and can be perfect to your style and your room's motif. This furniture can be of great addition to your home as this will spare you from spending hundreds of dollars on purchasing extra furniture for your sofa or for your bed room.
If you're after this kind of futon couch, there are some terms you'll need to know. First of all there's the bi-fold mattress, and these are the ones best used for sofa to bed convertibles. There are also the tri-folding ones which are longer (giving you more sleeping area), and allow you to fold it up in thirds, allowing you to store them in a closet when not in use.
The problems that exist in the futon industry however result from specific manufacturers wanting to take a low end, low price approach to building products that can be retailed in the big box stores at the lowest price possible. Metal futon frames have long been a staple of being \"the\" mass merchant offering in futons as a category. Unfortunately many consumers purchase these frames as an introduction to the futon category of furniture and were quite disappointed by the quality and construction of these made to hit a price point futons. The problems of metal frames reside in several design issues.
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