TimberNest conforms to the requirements set forth by the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC). The CPSC bunk bed standard applies to all bunk and loft beds except those manufactured for institutional use. All of our Wood Collection TN109 models, and the Residence Collection TN108CR meet these requirements. Our Iron-Nest and TN108C models, which are solely for institutional use, also come equipped with a safety rail. Children under 6 years are not permitted on any upper bunk or loft bed.
A Green Facility
In 2004, we moved into our current production facility and showroom located in Williston, Vermont. The TimberNest team even did much of the construction of the building! We use wood scraps, sawdust and other recyclable wood products exclusively to heat our entire facility. An outside wood furnace (which we also built) provides heat for the radiant floor-heat system throughout the building, keeping us warm during those cold Vermont winter days!
Owner Frank DeVita incorporated TimberNest in 1989. Over the years, our Vermont-based company has grown and expanded from a local loft bed provider at colleges and universities to a furniture manufacturer that serves customers across the country. The TimberNest line of loft beds has evolved in safety, efficiency, and convenience to create a free standing, rigid and safe sleeping structure.
TimberNest offers a variety of loft beds and accompanying accessory furniture pieces for various markets. The solid-wood collection of loft beds has been popular in homes and apartments. Our "Iron-Nest" is available to students at select colleges and universities through a rental program. The "Residence" collection is contract-style furniture designed to completely furnish a dormitory room or other institutional-type dwelling.
The quality of design, production, and customer service has made the TimberNest logo a seal of excellence. Through TimberNest workmanship, we have refined and proven a product that continues to satisfy our customers. People of all ages can benefit from a TimberNest loft bed: by raising a bed off the floor, more space is allotted for other bedroom necessities, such as a desk, sitting area, play area, or even another bed. If you can attest to not having enough space for a bed, we suggest a TimberNest Loft Bed... "Your solution to an overcrowded room!"