This bed is an ideal Carers bed for someone looking for extra space to turn in. The Carers bed has separate motors to profile the bed at the head-end or the foot-end and again separate motors to vertically raise the bed up to 18 inches from the starting position. Our new Carers bed can be raised flat for the carers to wash or turn the patient, or it can be used to help the person stand out of the bed like a riser recliner chair, you must be sat on the edge (in the middle section) of the bed, or it can be raised whilst adjusted at the head and foot-end to get a comfortable high position to look out of the window.
The double vertical lifting frame can be put into any of our adjustable bed surrounds, so choose the bed you like (from the home page) and add the cost of the double vertical lifting frame (in the carers bed section) to the cost of any bed, or simply choose the combination as shown on this page.
Bed height Breakdown
Standard size for the Carers Bed is 23 inches from the floor to the top of the mattress.
Purchasing any Sprung Mattress (Pocket or Superior) may increase the overall bed height.
To make sure the height of your bed is correct when ordering, please measure your own first. We are able to alter your bed to a height of your choice, and all for an extra £75!
Altering the length means altering the mattress, mattress cover, mechanism and surround
Single bed altering the length £ 195
Double bed altering the length £ 245
Altering the height of bed £ 75
The length of the bed is 6ft 8"
• 5 part adjustable profiling with integral raise and lower facility
• 4 motors (2 for profiling and 2 for lift)
• Vertical rise up to 18 inches from starting point
• Twin On-Line fittings
• Weight adjuster zone lumber section
• Centre belt
• Load bearing points bolted and sleeved
• Special order
Double beds have one mattresses, two vertical lifting mechanisms with a special linking cable, if the person always uses only one side it will go out of sinc and by about 1 inch and will have to be raised to the highest position to align again most times it is used.