Three FAQ's About Building A Bunk Bed
There are many important questions to ask when you want to start building your very
own bunk bed. Three questions come up more often than others, and must be
answered before any construction begins.
Not asking these simple questions could lead to serious injury or even death. In one
year alone there are over 36,000 injuries caused from improper construction and use of
lofted beds. By making sure you know the answer to these questions, you will reduce
the risk of injury or death.
Question #1: Can I build a bunk bed if I don't have any experience in construction or
working with tools?
Yes. But there is an important caveat here. Unless you are incredibly skilled in building
(I'm talking you are a carpenter by trade), you should use some type of plans, diagrams,
and instructions to build your piece of furniture. See my link at the bottom of this page
for more information on the best plans on the market.
Question #2: How long will it take me to build a lofted bed?
Building a loft bed can take days if you don't know the steps to take. However, if you
know exactly what you need to do the process shouldn't take you longer than a few
hours. Most people overestimate the amount of time it takes to build a bunk bed. In my
experience my quickest results came when using some sort of pre-made plan or
Question #3: Is it safe for me to build my own furniture?
Yes and no. It is safe if you have proper advice on what you're doing. Like I mentioned
previously the best results often come when you are using some sort of pre-made plan
that includes diagrams, videos, and step by step tutorials that are written for the layman.
Building your own furniture becomes incredibly unsafe if you think you can do it without
assistance or guidance from someone that has been there before.
Hopefully if you had any of these questions prior to building your own bunk bed set I've
helped you answer your questions. I have a few years of experience in building and a
speciﬁc product helped me through it all, with no headaches, injuries, or wasted time.
If you'd like to learn more about the product that I've referred to in this article and learn
more helpful tips, please visit bunk bed plans.