Care, Maintenance and Repair of Your Storage Bed or Murphy Wall Bed

In our increasingly busy and cluttered lives, do we ever have enough storage space? Most people would answer with a resounding “no”! One of the more popular solutions is storage furniture. After all, you’re going to have furniture in any case, so why not put it to work for you?

The original Lift and Stor Bed is the gold standard in storage beds. Though it is less costly than other storage beds, the original Lift and Stor Bed contains twice the storage of any other storage bed on the market. It opens easily thanks to the assistance of its two ninety-five pound hydraulic shocks, and will stay open until you close it. Lift and Stor Beds are available in all sizes and a large variety of styles and colors, so there is one to fit every room and need.

How To Care For Your Lift & Stor Murphy and Storage Beds
Many owners find storage beds to be the perfect solution to the limited space in a vacation cabin or a park model manufactured home. Older homes generally have very small closets, so they are also good candidates for a storage bed.

Even if you live in a newer, more spacious home, clutter can get the best of you. Is your child’s room always strewn with toys? With a storage bed they can simply lift and store, like a giant toy box. Is your craft room a jumbled mess of craft supplies? How about your home office? Are papers and files lying everywhere? These rooms can look neat and polished with your things stowed away in a storage bed. In addition it gives these rooms a dual purpose as a guest room.

Lift and Stor Storage Beds are handy for storing almost anything, from those clothes waiting to be passed on to a sibling, to holiday decorations. These beds can also double as a pantry for emergency canned goods, or as a linen closet for extra towels and bedding. You won’t run out of uses for a Lift & Stor Bed!


Another space saving idea from Lift and Stor Beds is a murphy wall bed. Imagine having a guest room when you need it, but the rest of the time the bed is completely out of sight. No one ever needs know that it’s hidden there in your office or work out room! A wall bed is also a great choice for a studio apartment.

At Lift and Stor Beds you can see everything from the simple murphy bed to custom built wall beds. You will be amazed at the beautiful disguises the master carpenters at Lift and Stor Beds can create for your hidden bed. It can hide behind custom built cabinetry, book shelves, or a desk, the choices are endless. The custom beds can be finished to match your existing walls or furnishings.

All of our beds are easy to care for. As with any furniture, it’s a good idea to inspect the bolts and screws on a regular basis. Though the shocks are built to last a lifetime, at some point you may wish to replace the lifting shocks on the storage bed if it becomes difficult to lift. Luckily, the inside of a storage bed stays dust free, as will a wall bed when it is folded away, so they’re always fresh and ready for use.

Otherwise, care for your storage bed or wall bed as you would any fine wood furniture. Clean with furniture polish and a soft cloth. If it becomes marred with scratches or dings, wood filler is available to camouflage the imperfections. Of course the mattress will need to be replaced when it becomes worn, but our mattresses are high quality, so they will last longer than most.

In an effort to keep our beds as affordable as possible we offer “do it yourself” kits to enable you to put together your own bed. In addition you can save by purchasing an assembled bed that is unfinished, and then apply your choice of finishes.

Lift and Stor Beds has been a family owned and operated business for over 20 years and the storage bed is our own original invention. Visit our Arizona showroom to see these multitasking beds in action, or to have plans drawn up for a custom built wall bed.

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Lift & Stor Beds
9124 E. Main St., Suite 7
Mesa, AZ 85207-8735
Phone : 480-380-8018
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