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metal loft bunk beds deter bed bugs

If you want to avoid bed bugs the best thing to do is to avoid getting them metal loft bunk beds deter bed bugs when there are no holes for making cosy nests

What do bed bugs look like anyway?

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Adult bed bugs are broadly oval, and the size of an apple or melon seed. They are a brownish color or red if they have recently fed.

Now that you have made their acquaintance there are a few things that will help you avoid bed bugs.

1. Metal loft bunk beds deter bed bugs

Who can blame them, I just spent two weeks in the Bahamas much nicer than the drizzle. They breed faster when it is about 80 degrees, it takes approximately a month and a half for babies to turn into adults.

2. Bed Bugs are Travelers

They love hitching a ride. In your suitcase, or on your clothes. They don’t mind going it alone, and are very social and tend to congregate with other bed bugs.

3. Bed Bugs are Mainly Active at Night

They are active usually when humans are sleeping. They like to find hiding places during the day close to beds. Those hiding places tend to be dark crevices, wooden skirting boards, air ducts, mattresses, wooden bed heads, etc. Therefore they do not have to travel far to feed.

5. Bed Bugs Hate Metal

Metal bunk beds are on their all time hate list. Why? Because metal bunk beds are cold. Remember they like the warm. A wooden bunk bed gives bed bugs a cozy place to live but metal bunk beds doesn’t give them anything to live in.

How to help avoid bed bugs in hostels and holiday accommodations.

  • Clean up your clutter. Provide storage that is easy to clean like under bed storage lockers.
  • In busy hostels/hotels purchase foam mattresses with washable covers. Covers allow you to wash them at a very high temperature.
  • Provide mattresses without the cord around the side where bed bugs commonly burrow into.
  • Metal bunk beds provide fewer places for bed bugs to hide.
  • Ensure there are no unplugged holes in any component as below image explains
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holes are plugged to prevent insects entering and nesting

when metal is prepared for painting, a prosperous solution is used when the component is dipped, this solution has to drain. The hole is plugged after painting which prevents insects nesting inside ensuring the ESS statement metal loft bunk beds deter bed bugs

 

Heavy Duty Bunk Beds has gone GLOBAL!

The high cost and lengthy lead time to obtain high quality hostel bunk beds has come to an end.  ESS Sleep Systems has established heavy duty bunk beds distribution centers across the globe to provide our clients with the highest qualitycommercial bunk beds and bunk bed accessories at their fingertips.  We have a solution for you!

  • ESS Sleep Systems UK & Europe based in Chelmsford, Essex, England serving the UK, Ireland and Europe
  • ESS Sleep Systems Scandinavia based in Reykjavik, Iceland serving Scandinavia and Northern Europe
  • ESS Sleep Systems Americas based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA serving North, South, and Central America
  • ESS Sleep Systems Africa based in Accra, Ghana serving the African continent
  • ESS Sleep Systems Malaysia (Coming soon to K L)
  • ESS Sleep Systems Australia (Coming soon to Sydney and Perth)
  • ESS Sleep Systems China (Coming soon to Shanghai and Beijing)

In addition to heavy duty bunk beds ESS Sleep Systems provide commercial water resistant foam mattresses and water resistant pillows designed and manufactured for hostels, camps, universities, shelters, refuges, military or personal use.  ESS Sleep Systems manufactures and distributes our own unique range of privacy curtains and under bed storage lockers that add privacy and save space.  Our product lines are designed, manufactured, tested, and distributed for commercial use.  Our adult bunk beds are built for adults and can hold up to 500 pounds per platform.  Our bunk beds are even used in military settings and built to hold up under the heaviest use.  Contact us today and let us provide a personalized quote for heavy duty bunk bedsand heavy duty bunk beds accessories.  ESS Sleep Systems products are sure to exceed your expectations and our personalized service is second to none.

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Triple Bunk Beds Boost Profits

Triple Bunk Beds Optimize Space and Increase Revenue

Triple bunk beds are a small investment that will repay itself many times over.

Picture your hostel with double bunk beds, now see it with triple bunk beds. More guests equals greater profit.

In congested cities like London, where space is at a premium often there is more space above the second tier that could be utilized. Travelers  want to put their head down for the night and  want a safe, secure sleeping place.

Triple Bunk Beds Increase Hostel Revenue by 33%

So if you have eight double bunk beds in a room that equals 16 customers per night. Over a week with full occupancy that comes to 112 customers.

With triple bunk beds take those 8 bunks and times it by 3, that makes 24 customers per night, and 168 customers per week.

You can see an increase in your revenue by 33%.triple bunk bed for outdoor centres

Good Looking, Safe and Secure

With 33% additional profit, you may be wondering about safety.

The Dallas Triple bunk bed safety features:

  1. They weigh in at 91 kg.
  2. Foot plates on bottoms of all four legs so you can attach them firmly to the floor – stops the most restless sleeper from moving the platform.
  3. Designed with square tubular steel- built to take a pack.

There is plenty of room between each platform, so that an adult can sit up. The actual height of the triple tier bunk bed is 2200 mm.

If you may be lacking head space for our triple bunk beds then we can make them to order, to help you increase your revenue.

Crocs, Lizards and Bunk Beds Continued

Crocodiles, snakes and lizards are abundant in Australia’s North.. add a Pom, a bunk bed and some education and what do you get?

Day one was very exciting as it was educational, being a passenger in the tour bus meant I paid more attention to the scenery and not the route. Day 2 I was thrown in the deep end.

“Here are the keys, have a great day” said the tour operator at the ungodly hour of 5:30 am.

I sat up and knocked my head on the upper platform of the bunk bed and threw off the bedding. quickly making my way to the 4 wheel drive bus. It dawned on me that I had to somehow find my way around alone! The combined emotions of fear and excitement, or was it more excitement than fear?  I was not sure. What I was sure of is the broken down contraption that was my commercial bunk bed seemed a contract I would have liked to have lasted a bit longer, like permanent!

Despite my fears the excitement soon took over, I found the first backpacker hostel and invited the international travelers onto my bus. Soon everyone was mingling.

The sun at its hottest

The sun had already risen over Western Australia’s far north. The rays were pounding through the windscreen of the bus making the cab feel like an oven. Now where was that air conditioning switch? To everyone’s delight after fumbling around with switches I soon felt a blast of cold air rush through the bus. Looking into my rear view mirror I could see everyone had opened their clothing to allow the cool air to rush around them. The time had come to pull more switches. I was to play tour operator, drive and commentate.

All eyes looked down the bus as I reached for the microphone. I smile as I was to formally welcome my passengers.

“Whats he saying?”  I lip read a couple near the middle of the bus.

Realizing I hadn’t turned on the microphone I started to flick switches on the microphone as well as the dashboard. People chuckled as they saw their tour guide driver sweating and frantically flicking every switch available. Where is my bed now!

This Aussie looking tour guide is a joke!

Laughter erupted throughout the bus when the microphone became live and the sweet sound of a Welsh accent danced through the bus “Good morning ladies and gentleman welcome aboard the fun bus to never-never land.”

This broke the ice but I still had to find my way to the sites I had visited yesterday on this 12 hour trip!

Tune in for next weeks update where the fun and laughter really heats up!

CEO of Heavy Duty Bunk Beds travelling in the Northern Territory

Choose our bunk beds

So why should you choose a bunk bed? We asked ten people why they would decide to buy a bunk bed for their hostel and these are the top answers.

Bunk beds are practical
There’s no getting away from it. Bunk beds are practical. If you are having a number of people staying in your hostel overnight bunk beds will make this a lot easier.
It also means you can fit more members of one family or group in one room rather than splitting them up.

Bunks come in a selection of materials and styles
Bunk beds have come a long way in the last few years and not only are the styles we stock or distribute here at ESS durable and sturdy they are aesthetically attractive. Our bunk beds are made from timber or metal and are not only the standard double sleeper but we also stock a style with a double bed underneath. We even have a triple sleeper option! (Just make sure your ceilings are high enough) Some of our bunk beds can also be detachable (separated) for flexibility and are designed to cope with knocks and bumps, perfect for the hostel or contract environment.

Bunks produce a strong bond
Even if you have plenty of space in your hostel bunks can still be an advantage. In some settings families may be staying with you and it gives the children that extra sense of security to sleep in the same bed as their mother or father.
There can be no underestimating what a massive effect this can have on their long-term relationship as they stay together throughout a difficult time.

They make the most of spacebunk bed  Because cities are built upwards to make use of available land; your hostel room is no different; going upwards with an ESS Universal double or even triple bunk means you rent out sleep space (not office space of course).
The space you gain from using a bunk bed is amazing, a set of bunk beds normally allows two or even three people to sleep in the space that normally one would occupy. This allows you to put more beds in one room and if for example, you cater for gap year travellers, make more money from the extra sleeping space.

You can save money buying a bunk bed
It is usually cheaper to buy a bunk bed rather than buying two single beds. Not only this but our bunks are quality that is made to last. You aren’t just buying a bed; you’re investing.