How do I order a Seattle Wallbeds Wallbed?
How Do I order a Seattle Wallbed?
First, from our Product Pages, select the style and size of bed you require. Secondly, choose the finish of the bed cabinet, we offer Melamine, Thermal foil or Natural Wood. (It is best to discuss your needs with us before you make your final decisions. Call us at 253-205-7331; we are here to help you make the right decision for your home.)
We accept Visa, MC, PAYPAL and local checks made payable to Seattle Wallbeds, LLC
Payment: 1/2 down and balance upon shipping.
Do you offer only one wallbed mechanism?
No, Seattle Wallbeds offers two (2) mechanisms. Our most popular is the platform type. This mechanism incorporates the mechanism and the decorative face panels into a single spring operated unit. This mechanism mounts to the bed cabinet. This can be mounted Horizontally or Vertically.
Our other mechanism is either floor or wall mounted and is free standing. The cabinet which encloses the mechanism utilizes bi-fold doors. This free standing mechanism is standard in our Pivoting Library Bed series. It is called the NEXT Bed.
Do I need a Cabinet
NO! You can place a Seattle Wallbeds next bed mechanism in an existing closet or you can design a custom opening. The Do-It Yourself customer may want to build their own cabinet.
How many colors can I get?
Please see the finish palette on the product pages.
What is the minimum ceiling height for a wallbed?
For a vertical, queen-size wallbed; or the Pivoting Library Bed; the ceiling height must be at least 92”. For a full or twin size, the height can be 87”. If your ceiling is too low for a vertical bed we offer horizontally mounted beds. Update: We have come up with a shorter style queen and full size bed that can accommodate shorter ceiling heights. The short bed in queen can fit into an 87” ceiling clearance and the short full or single into an 82” ceiling clearance.
How far do each of the beds extend into the room?
The vertical queen and “XL long boy” extend horizontally into the room 89”. The vertical twin and double bed extend 86”.
Can I use any mattress?
Yes! This is one of the cost saving advantages of our Seattle Wallbeds Mechanism. Depending on the style of wallbed and the depth of the cabinets you can use up to a 12” thick mattress for a panel bed and up to a 10” mattress for library beds. (Check with your sales representative for specifics.) (Check with your sales representative for specifics.)
What is the best priced unit you offer
Our wallbeds are budget priced, we want everyone to be able to afford a quality Seattle Wallbed. If you compare you will be amazed at the price savings we offer.
Our Flat Panel Cabinetry Line in wood grain Melamine is for the Budget Minded! It is made of the finest furniture quality, commercial grade, 0.75" melamine.
We also sell the NEXT Bed (Murphy Bed) mechanism separately as well as the supreme steel panel bed frame and spring lift mechanism, for the do-it-yourself person. The next bed mechanism is floor or wall mounted and would be installed in a closet or behind bi-fold doors or cabinet of your own construction. The panel bed frame and mechanism require a cabinet to be built to specific dimensions and the lift mechanism mounts to the sides of the cabinet. Kits come with full cut list and dimensions for the cabinet.
What are your cabinets made of?
We have three different materials that we use. The flat panel series is available in Melamine, (see Color Chart) solid and wood grains as well as Unfinished Wood Veneers. Melamine is a second generation "Formica" or plastic coating product. It is made of wood composite board that is then heat processed with a color coating. We use the finest 0.75" furniture quality board. Unfinished wood veneers are available in Cherry, Maple, Oak, Fir, Beech and many other species. Veneers are thin slices of wood which are applied to composition board. We use 7-ply wood veneer, 0.75". Our thermal foil raised panel series is a heat applied, vinyl coating over MDF board. Our wood raised panel doors are made of solid wood and are available in Cherry and Maple.
Modern manufacturing practices have improved greatly and there are little or NO measurable VOC's in the products we use. The particle board is a dense Furniture Grade product that is made from wood leftover from the lumber milling process. They are certified Green products and hold up very well. The Thermal foil and melamine finishes clean up easily with mild soap and water. For more information about these products please visit: www.roseburg.com
Who stains or paints the Veneer
We offer our natural wood beds finished or unfinished, your choice. Beds can be painted to match existing trim or stained to match other natural wood products in your home.
Do you make cabinets other than the wallbed cabinet?
Yes, check out our “Products” pages. We offer a variety of floor and wall cabinets to round out your in-home office or storage needs. Good news! You do not need to order all of your cabinets at once. Get started with a bed and then let us help you grow as your needs or budget allow.
How Does a Seattle Wallbed Work?
SIMPLE! This is a counter-balanced spring mechanism of either the platform or next bed mechanism, bolted to your cabinet, wall or floor for safety.
You simply pull the bed down and lift it back up. It is so light, you won't believe it!
How is the wallbed mounted?
Our Vertical wallbed systems are mounted to the wall, library bed mechanisms require mounting to the bottom plate in the wall and come equipped with the hardware to do so. In the event that it cannot be mounted to the bottom plate in the wall, there is optional mounting hardware to secure the frame to the floor as long as you have a solid surface to mount to.
What tools are needed to put my Seattle Wallbed together? Cabinet?
We deliver and install for the prices quoted here on the web site. If you choose to purchase a do it yourself mechanism the basic tools required would be, rechargeable drill, phillips, flat head and square drive screw tips, 1/2”, 7/16” and 5/16” sockets and wrenches, tape measure, level and some general carpentry skills. If purchasing a bed to install yourself more information will be provided as well as any technical assistance needed.
How soon can I get my Seattle Wallbed delivered?
Cabinetry is custom made to order and usually takes four weeks to produce.
For wallbed frames, our average lead time, from order to shipment, is usually a week or less from the date payment is received.
Does Seattle Wallbeds provide delivery and installation?
Yes, in fact it is preferred by most of our customers. We will provide delivery and installation services to any of our customers in the Greater Seattle area. Call our office for details. Our installation prices are INCLUDED in our prices because we want you to use our service to get the best installation possible. Please note that down town city deliveries, sky rises and condos may incur additional delivery fees.
PAYMENT AND RETURN POLICY
Cancellation Policy: Any cancellation of the order will result in a 25% service fee for the raw material and restocking fee. Beds with custom configurations that are not standard will incur a 35% restocking fee.
Return Policy: Please remember that your order has been made specifically for you according to your specifications. Any returns must be approved by Seattle Wallbeds. In the event that any merchandise is to be returned the following will apply:
Seattle Wallbeds, LLC warrants the bed spring lift mechanism for a period of 10 years and cabinets against any manufacturing defects for a period of one year. If we are installing the technician will confirm that all parts are free of any defects.
Seattle Wallbeds Product Facts
All Panel and Cabinet Component Parts are "Made in the USA", in the Seattle, Washington area.
Assembly is required.
Seattle Wallbeds come in 3 sizes
Seattle Wallbed (Mechanisms)