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Double Profiling Beds for Couples

 

Finding the perfect profiling bed for one person is remarkably simpler than finding a double profiling bed. Finding a bed that offers support, comfort, and excellent positioning to both people at once is a bit trickier because, quite frankly, the range of beds available is much smaller. We’ve already touched on the benefits of a profiling bed in a previous blog post, but let’s look at what features should be included in profiling beds for couples.

Split Mattress Platform

The most important thing to include on a good double profiling bed is a split mattress platform, also referred to as a combination bed. This means that the platform is split down the middle, offering independent movements and positioning and both sides of the bed. This means that a couple can both position themselves accordingly in the same bed – they don’t both have to be in one position.

A combination profiling bed can still look like a traditional, everyday bed. The Euro Design Electric Profiling Bed is an excellent option for couples who are looking to determine their own positioning without ruining the aesthetics of their bedroom.

Of course there is also the option of having one side static mattress platform on these beds if you would prefer, but we do find that double profiling is more popular with our clients.

Backrest & Knee Brake

As with a single profiling bed, having an adjustable backrest and knee brake is essential. This gives you the ability to sit up and reposition yourself. This is a great feature for individual with breathing problems or difficulties, as it is easier to breathe when sat up rather than laid down.

The knee brake can also be repositioned to prevent the individual from sliding down the bed with the backrest is up. Having the knee brake up can also help to promote better circulation around the lower half of the legs.

Height Adjustment

Obviously as with any profiling bed, height adjustment is key. This gives you the option to change the height of the bed, making it easier to get in and out of from a standing position. Height adjustment also provides extra flexibility and support for caregivers who might need to tend to the individuals in the bed.

We think that height adjustment is a key feature in any double profiling bed because it also gives you flexible positioning to make changing your bed a bit easier. Changing a traditional double bed can be a challenge if you’re doing it by yourself, so imagine how much easier it would be if you could lift the mattress platform up. Indeed, any double profiling bed should have height adjustability. The Marcato Range boasts a double profiling bed option with built-in height adjustability.

The key to a good double profiling bed is having a combination platform, something that we make sure our double profiling beds have. Over the years, we’ve managed to solve some particularly complex requests to ensure that our clients are getting exactly what they need from their equipment. We also stock fixed height divan beds with profiling features if desired.

The features mentioned above are the staple elements of a good quality profiling bed, but they can be further adapted to suit more complex needs if necessary. For example, we once crafted two single profiling beds that could be clipped together and had synchronised height adjustment, but the beds could be separated if the caregiver needed to access both sides of the user. If you’re looking for something more specialise or a little different to the models we’ve mentioned, then please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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Lucie Hudson
Lucie Hudson

Lucie is our Content Marketing & PR Executive, meaning she coordinates and writes some of our blogs, magazine articles, and brochures amongst many other resources. She also takes care of all our social media profiles, so feel free to send her any blog ideas you have!

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