How much are adjustable beds?
From divans to storage beds, slatted or solid bases, there are a wide range of options on the market when it comes to adjustable beds. And that’s before taking into account the variety of materials, designs, mattresses and headboards on offer.
How much are Adjustamatic’s adjustable beds?
However, since every product we sell is customised according to the needs of the individual customer, it’s impossible to display a definitive list of adjustable bed prices on our website. In fact, it probably wouldn’t help you find the bed you need.
Instead, it’s much more worthwhile to speak to a consultant directly to get a price that’s tailored to you.
Cheap adjustable beds – are they worth it?
The cost of an adjustable bed can be as little as £399 or as much as £7,999. That’s a huge difference, but generally the reason for this cost is the significant increase in features, quality and durability.
After all, whether you’re buying a regular bed or an adjustable one, the last thing you want is to splash lots of cash on something that is not fit for purpose a year or two down the line. That’s why it’s important to understand the factors impacting adjustable bed prices before deciding whether or not a cheap adjustable bed is worth buying.
To get the best price on adjustable beds that still provide our signature high quality, explore our range of adjustable beds, available in contemporary, luxury and traditional styles.
Why size affects the cost of adjustable beds
This is one of the most important factors affecting the cost of an adjustable bed. Cheap adjustable beds are usually smaller, offering less space and comfort. Although bigger adjustable beds may cost more, they are also likely to be more comfortable, especially if you share your bed with your partner.
A cheap adjustable bed may not come with a mattress
Some companies advertising cheap adjustable beds display £399 as their starting price. However, this is the price for the bed frame only. By contrast, the price of every Adjustamatic adjustable bed includes an AirFlow® mattress or Coolmax mattress, specifically designed and manufactured for use with adjustable beds.
Quality adjustable beds will naturally cost more
There are two different types of bed base for an adjustable bed: solid and slatted.
A slatted bed base is more common in cheap adjustable beds. Over time the supporting slats can move from their original position, creating gaps. When this happens, your mattress will dip slightly into the gaps, creating an uneven and uncomfortable surface.
A solid bed base might increase the cost of an adjustable bed, but it will give your adjustable bed a longer life expectancy and your body will be consistently supported for long-term comfort.
How to spread the cost of an adjustable bed
Although cheap adjustable beds might offer a short-term solution, an adjustable bed should be seen as a long-term investment. A good quality one with a solid base and mattress will not be cheap.
Look for companies that offer finance options such as interest-free credit to make the purchase more manageable. At Adjustamatic, we offer a 0% finance option to enable you to spread the cost of such an important purchase to suit your budget.
Check if you are eligible for VAT exemption
If you are buying an adjustable bed for use at home, you could be eligible for VAT exemption. This could allow you to make considerable savings of 20% – meaning a bed worth £2,000 could cost you just £1,600!
Book a consultation to get an expert opinion
You can always book a home visit with one of our consultants with no obligation to buy. This will give you an opportunity to try our products for free and also to discuss your personal requirements for an adjustable bed.