SPONSORED: Sleep tight, and right, with a bed from Beds4u
THERE’S nothing more important than a good night’s sleep. It’s the key to health and happiness – and to achieve it we need the right bed.
As with any other significant purchase, it’s important to take good advice and one name instantly comes to mind. Nobody knows more about the beds business than Beds4u .
The company, based on the Kilkenny Road in Bennettsbridge, has more than 20 years’ experience. The beds in its extensive range are all handpicked and examined thoroughly to ensure that customers will not be disappointed.
The folk at Beds4u believe in the personal touch. They are happy to discuss your requirements and to offer the benefit of their experience. And that goes beyond the choice of a bed. At Beds4u there are interior design experts on hand to help you plan a new home or replan your present one.
Beds4u’s service doesn’t end in the shop, either.
“We feel after-service is every bit as important as selling our products – so you can be assured we will always be at the end of the phone ,” says business owner Richard Walton.
There’s more than beds to Beds4u. They also stock mattresses, headboards, lockers, wardrobes, and everything else that goes to make a perfect bedroom.
“We are an official retailer for all the top mattress and bedding companies across Ireland,” says Richard Walton. “Our main objective is to supply the best quality products available and to keep prices as affordable as possible. Our products won’t be beaten. and we always have a next-day delivery service.
“Shopping with us is a personal experience. We have a lot of returning customers and we look after them because loyalty is paramount to us. We are local, friendly, professional and the quality of our products won’t be beaten.”
So whether you want a bed that helps you sleep better, or simply one that looks better, it pays to visit Beds4u
You can check out their range at: http://www.beds4u.ie or call at their showrooms in Bennettsbridge on 087 274 4724.
“And we hope you enjoy our products – and have a good night’s sleep!” says Richard Walton.