Bunk Bed Assembly Instructions
Bunk Bed Assembly Instructions
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The bottom front and back rails are assembled the same way as the top rails. From the back insert the one 5.25" carriage bolt into the bottom hole of each back leg. Place the back rail between the ladder ends. Place a washer, lock washer and nut on each of the bolts and loosely hand tighten the nuts. From the front insert the 5.25" carriage bolt into the bottom hole in the front legs. Before tithing the lock nuts and washer please make sure the bed is squared. From the inside place the front rail between the ladder ends. Place a washer, lock washer and nut on each of the bolts and loosely hand tighten the nuts. Insert the bed slats between the rails, evenly spacing them apart. You can now completely tighten the carriage bolts. Fasten the bed slats to the rails using 2-1/4” screws. Fasten the back rail to the back legs with 2-1/4" screws. Fasten the front rail to the front legs with 2-1/4” screws. The bunk is now complete
Included in this Shipment
(2) Front rail And Back (2x6 w/2x2 ledge)
(4) Bed Slats (twin 44”, full 54”, queen 60", King Size 80")
(4) Carriage Bolts 3/8” x 5.25”
(4) Each 3/8” Washers, Lock Washers, Hex Nuts
(24) 2-1/4” Drywall Screws
National Homestore.com warranties its products for as long as the original owner owns the bed. During this time we will repair or replace defective components that we consider defective due to materials or workmanship. We will not replace components due to user misuse, modification or improper installation. In the event components are damaged due to user misuse, modification or improper installation, National Homestore.com will replace components upon owners request and expense.
Components that are warped, damaged or missing during shipping will be replaced by National Homestore.com/ In some cases to expedite this process we may ask the customer to purchase the replacement components locally and you will be reimbursed for actual replacement costs.
Since National Homestore.com cannot control the quality of the assembly nor modifications made to the loft, we will not be held legally liable from any accidents, injuries or property damage resulting from the use of our loft.
Because of the very nature of sleeping on an elevated surface, there are obvious and inherent risks involved due to falling. This risk is enhanced when consciousness is limited or impaired due to sleep, lack of sleep, illness, consumption of alcohol, taking medications, inhalation of smoke/fumes or similar factors. The loft is an all natural wood product and will burn when fire or sufficient heat is present. Elevated beds may also create obstructions or impediments that increase the hazards encountered in a fire or other emergency by hindering evacuation or fire suppression activities. Customers who choose to use our loft shall be deemed to have assumed all risks of accidents, injury and property damage associated with their use.
As a general safety precaution do not place the loft near any window, door, closet, fire/smoke alarm or ceiling fan. All college residence halls have specific requirements regarding the use and placement of lofts and students are required to follow all college requirements. The safety rail must be in use at all times.
These instructions can be used for many of our beds such as The Brute, High Riser, Triple Bunk Bed,
Bunk Bed, Loft Bed, L-Shape Bed, Triple L Shape Bed. The assembly concept is the same and can be used as a guide.
This instruction is the property of National Homestore.com, Inc. It is intended to help our customers assemble the Bed that is purchased from us. It is illegal to use it for any other purpose.
Safety Rails Must Be Used At All Times