Unless the bottom trundle bed is used only occasionally, the wise shopper knows to control the beds’ construction. The trundle, as well as the bunk bed the frame itself, must be very sturdy built, or it will not withstand daily relocation. Cracked frames and loose hinges mean that even a very cheap bunk bed with trundle is no bargain. Bunk beds with trundle can be a good idea even for families with space for each child to have their own room.
When the business comes, the bottom bunk bed can be rolled into another room to give the guest a little privacy. During the day, the bed can trundled back and tucked away. There’s no need to hold a bunk beds with trundle locked in a single footprint a bed stacked on top of the other. Rolling bottom bed for a perpendicular position below the upper bunk means extra playroom while still saving space.
Parents of small children may want to look for bunk beds with trundle that has wheels that can be locked. Small ones tend to assume the rolling bed to be a kind of child-friendly transport and use it for wheelchair-loads around the room. Although this may be harmless fun, it could also present hazards. Clamped fingers and damaged walls can be avoided by securing the wheels in a locked position.