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Quality certificates that define us

 

One of Furniture Ros most important achievements are the numerous certificates and awards received by our company
and products, for the quality and for our commitment to the environment.
Certifications awarded by prestigious European organizations such as the FCBA, TÜV,
AIDIMA, we also have been awarded with the eco-label, the Premi Cambra
al’Indústria al’Empresa 
 
For this reason, we guarantee to make use of our products, because are manufactured with
a quality material: melamine. Another reason for taking use of Ros products are
the certifications, and because our products are thank and designed for you: our clients.
 
Highquality products: convertible cribs with AIDIMA certificate.
 
Folding beds manufactured by CENFIM accreditation, tried more of 10.000 times.
 

Don’t hesitate, Ros is quality, design and security


 

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Is your baby safe in his/her crib?

Crib Convertible Elite

We are talking about security, not your security, we discuss the security of what you love most; your baby.
In furniture Ros, we take this issue very seriously, we can talk about design, functionality or other features that highlight our product, but first we have to ensure the safety.
Be advised by the experts, even ask friends who have already had children. But there are things that depend on you; of what you choose or what you buy.
Have you ever wondered when you go to choose your baby’s bedroom, if all the furniture on the market meet all the safety certificates and approvals..
This is an essential starting point and can avoid trouble in the future. Not all furniture we find in the market meet these requirements, and we are not talking about cheap brands.
They still exist in our country domestic manufacturers that do not meet several of these safety standards generally, and they copied designs from other manufacturers, and perhaps therefore they save costs and offer a cheaper product than the rest, by minimizing the hardware, thicknesses or the required minimum distances for safety.
The result is a crib, apparently similar to the one they copied, but which does not meet safety approvals and the safety certificates required, and it can have consequences that we may regret in the future.
Our advice is to ask at the store, before making any purchases, which products meet basic safety standards.
If you have doubts ask about manufacturer.