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Imagine that you move into your new home and your queen boxspring foundation because of a low overhang doesn’t fit up the staircase or perhaps fit around a tight turn. What are you going to do? Well, your research for a new base for your mattress that will make it through that tight spot and buy it. You assemble the bed and supporting metal frame and put down the box spring only to find that the ends of the divided boxspring are unsupported and fall through the frame. What can a person do? Does someone make supports that will span the width at both ends and do I need some kind or do I need some kind of special frame to get the job done? Are there frames that support queen split box springs?
A common problem seems to be if you fix one then the other one slips off or out of position. You can stop it from constantly slipping off the frame, falling through. Perhaps your teeter-totters /seesaws? Prevent them from slipping off by supporting the entire bottom side of both halves of the box spring? You can do this by purchasing extra steel center supports and positioning them at each end of the mattress and spanning the width between the side rails or buying a complete bed frame that can do the same thing.
Some manufacturers will not guarantee the use of their center supports with another brand of the frame. The most center supports like WSilver’s FCS001 support all of which clip onto the L or bottom lip of angle iron/metal side frames.
Beds with headboards and footboards put together from wood commonly have wooden sides for their standard support. When using 2 piece queen box spring foundations slipping through can again be problematic and to keep them from falling through this type of bed consider adding something like Glideaway’s GS-3 XS Center Support system or their BB 8Q or BB8-18Q Center supports. Replacing Frame to Support Split Queen Boxsprings and Foundations
Hook, slot, and pin wood headboard and footboard cannot be used with just any frame. Special frames with double down hooks designed to fit into vertical slots of the bed’s head and foot end. Entire replacement frames are made like the 63CS have 3 crosses support bars to support the ends of two-piece box spring foundations. There is also 1 bar across the middle that meets the terms of mattress company warranties. The heavy-duty crossbars are supported by a total of nine legs and cannot only hold a queen size mattress set but something as heavy as a queen soft-sided waterbed.
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