Get the right bed from Mcken­zie Wil­lis

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

In­vest­ing in a good bed is money well spent. Most peo­ple be­lieve that a good bed will last for­ever, but a bed shouldn’t be ex­pected to. It is the most used item of fur­ni­ture in a home and with this comes wear and tear along and the changes we un­dergo in our bod­ies as we get older. Bob Chat­field at McKen­zie Wil­lis brings 40 years of ‘bed knowl­edge’ to help with the de­ci­sion mak­ing for a bed. Ask­ing a lot of ques­tions of their cus­tomer is the first place they start be­fore even start­ing to show them the pos­si­bil­i­ties open to them in their bed range. ‘‘Choos­ing a good bed for our cus­tomers is a sim­ple process to us,’’ he said. ‘‘We need to know about peo­ple’s likes and dis­likes and pref­er­ences, then we show them a se­lec­tion of beds. We try to re­strict this, as it can be­come very con­fus­ing when they have to make a choice.’’ While money is of­ten an is­sue, in­vest­ing in a Sealy Pos­ture­pedic bed is an ex­cel­lent in­vest­ment Mr Chat­field said. ‘‘They get a qual­ity prod­uct de­signed in con­junc­tion with Or­topaedic sur­geons,’’ he said. ‘‘A Sealy Pos­ture­pedic has great qual­i­ties over a range of beds which cus­tomers can choose from.’’

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