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What is an adjustable bed?

An adjustable bed allows you to elevate and lower your head, feet or both simultaneously to relax in the most comfortable position possible. Using the remote control you can adjust the head and foot sections of the bed. An adjustable bed consists of two parts: the base and the mattress. The mattress bends with the position of the base. Mattresses not built for this purpose should not be used with an adjustable bed base. Mattresses not built for this purpose should not be used with an adjustable bed base.

Our bodies are not flat, therefore traditional flat mattresses fail to offer enough support. This causes pressure and discomfort during the night forcing your body to turn to new positions – one of the reasons people don’t sleep well at night. Adjustable beds are designed to relieve pressure as well as to provide proper spinal alignment.


Standard adjustable bed sizes are as follows: twin xl (80 x 38) – Full xl (80 x 54) – Queen (80 x 60) – Split King (2 twin xl’s) – Split Queen (2 – 80 x 30) – Split Cal King (2 – 84 x 36) – Twin (75 x 39) & Full (75 x 54)


It means that the bed folds in two places thereby dividing the mattress into 3 sections: the head, the middle, and the foot section. It is also known as a two-point articulation system.


Our adjustable beds will fit inside 99% of existing bed frames. Bed extensions allow you to adjust the bed to its needed height in existing bed frames.

Yes, provided the bed is the same size. A headboard bracket may need to be purchased separately.

No, the mattress must be one that can adapt to various positions, therefore make sure to purchase one that is made for an adjustable bed base.
As long as it is the same size there is no reason it shouldn’t fit.

No, very little power is needed to raise or lower an adjustable bed so it isn’t costly.


No. Adjustable beds use standard, grounded, household outlets and are U.L. approved.

Maybe. Check with your doctor. Doctors prescribe adjustable beds for patients with a variety of health conditions including hiatel hernias and poor circulation.


You don’t need a handyman, just make sure to have a minimum of two strong able- bodied folks (these beds weigh from 150 to 300 lbs. depending on size) to help you carry your adjustable bed from the delivery truck to your bedroom. Depending on the delivery option you choose, you will have to carry the bed from the truck or from the entrance of your home.


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