Achieve both comfort and style with a Relyon Bedstead Superior 1000 mattress from Relyon’s collection created especially for slatted bedsteads.
Relyon has been making “the best beds in the World” for over 150 years, is a UK household name and is the proud recipient of the coveted Guild Mark of the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers for excellence in British furniture craftsmanship. This means that Relyon clearly demonstrates (amongst other things) a clear commitment to integrity in all aspects of design, product function, and after sales service; quality of making including the use of modern machinery and production techniques; and that the company is predominantly manufacturing its products in the United Kingdom. In fact, this company embodies all that is best in British traditions of manufacturing pocket-sprung beds and mattresses.
Relyon’s Superior bedstead mattresses have been designed with the additional needs of slatted bases in mind. The space between each slat means there is greater strain on the mattress when it is being used, so the type of springs chosen and the fillings used are all selected to avoid the mattresses performance being impaired. Even so, these mattresses have been designed for use on slats with a gap no greater than 6cm between them. (Wider gaps will harm the mattress and invalidate its guarantee).
There are five mattresses in the collection to choose from and the Relyon Bedstead Superior 1000 mattress is the entry-level model. All are pocket sprung with anti-allergy and Silver+ anti-bacterial protection. Each is handmade combining the traditional skills of Relyons craftsmen with some of the world’s finest materials to provide a collection of mattresses where quality, comfort and support are of paramount importance.
The Bedstead Superior 1000 mattress.
Whenever and wherever possible we aim to offer our excellent “Seven-star” delivery service, i.e.:
If this service is not available where you live, you will be offered whenever and wherever possible, i.e. either:
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In all cases you will be responsible for paying locally all charges in the destination country, such as import customs clearance, duties, taxes, storage charges, “demurrage”, quarantine, etc, (This list is not exhaustive). As such charges vary widely from time to time and from country to country, you should not rely on our knowledge of these matters and you are advised to check with the destination country’s authorities. You may find the services of an import customs agent helpful in this respect. Clients have told us that paying these agents’ modest fees have helped secure the smooth arrival of their goods.
If you would prefer to make your own delivery arrangements, we can deliver to your chosen carrier anywhere on the UK mainland free of charge. Your carrier will accept the goods on your behalf and our responsibility for their condition ends there.
1. Bedroom Delivery: Wherever and whenever possible a renowned international house remover whom we have worked with for many years and whom we know and trust implicitly carries out our deliveries. Their drivers are experts at carrying and assembling our beautiful beds all over Europe. Included in the delivery is carriage of the goods by two drivers from the truck for up to 50metres and into your first floor bedroom (meaning the first floor above ground level) or higher if there is a lift that will carry the goods. Carriage to higher floors will incur a surcharge. If the truck must park more than 50 metres away from your property please tell us before you place your order as a surcharge may be payable or special arrangements needed. If there are parking or access restrictions at certain times, please tell us when placing your order. These trucks are on tight schedules and it may not be possivbe for the drivers to wait for a time restriction period to end. There is a weight limit for carriage by two drivers of 100kg for any single item. Our most luxurious mattresses sometimes weigh far more than this and we shall tell you if this applies. In this case a third or even fourth strong person will be needed to assist with the carrying. Whilst we may be able to arrange this, the cost may be very high because we may need to fly them to your home from the UK or hire them locally to you. We recommend, therefore, that you arrange the provision of the extra strong hands yourself, but please note that we do not accept liability for their health and safety. Finally, we do not usually take away old beds or mattresses but this may be possible at extra cost by arrangement with our local agent. In many countries local authorities provide this service at a much lower cost.
2. Kerbside Delivery:
The truck will have one driver. He will bring his truck as close to your home as he is safely able and legally permitted to, and will bring the goods to the tailgate of the truck. That is the point of delivery where responsibility for the goods passes to you. You inspect the packaging at that point and sign for or reject the goods there and then. If accepted, you and your helpers then remove the goods from the vehicle yourself and take them into your property as the driver is not contracted or permitted to assist with off-loading or carrying them. Please bear in mind that some mattresses are very, very heavy and may need three or four people to lift them. (Why not order a zipped mattress? Please ask us for advice on this).
3. All transport by road: To help minimise costs we send your goods on a shared load basis. This means that the HGV truck will be delivering to you and many other customers in several countries sometimes hundreds of kilometers apart. A week or so before the goods leave the UK you will be given a provisional date of delivery. These dates are rarely changeable because of the one-direction of the continental journey so it is essential that you arrange for someone to receive the goods on your behalf, or provide an alternative nearby address for delivery, or as a last resort postpone your delivery to the next available truck (which may be up to a month later). A few days before the delivery you will be given a “firm” date. The driver or sometimes a local agent will try their hardest to keep to this date and and to call you the day before the delivery to give you an estimated time of arrival. However, these international trucks are on very long journeys where many things can go wrong, eg strikes, accidents, bad weather, etc.. It is essential, therfore, that you remain flexible as the truck may arrive earlier or later than planned. You are not obliged to accept an earlier delivery but your cooperation will be much appreciated by the drivers so that they may continue their journey. Be advised that in all cases where due notice has been given of the delivery and no-one is there to accept it, an extra charge may be levied by the delivery company for the aborted delivery. For full details, please see our Terms and Conditions.
Be assured that in all our dealings with you, the best delivery service possible is our sole aim.