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The purchase of a boxspring is something most people overlook. Today we are going to rundown these two different mattress support systems, but the fact is, even in the mattress business this is boring stuff so bare with us. A boxspring is boring. It just sits there like a foundation its other commonly called name and does 2 important jobs. Job one is to be a support system for the mattress. The second task is to elevate the mattress to a comfy height while simultaneously keeping it from falling through the steel bed frame. So what’s the big deal Split Box Spring vs Regular Box Spring? Is there a difference? Actually there is and there are a few things you will definitely want to consider before you buy one.
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What Size Beds Offer Split Boxsprings
Remember these costs are just a little bit more at the time of your purchase.
Split Full size foundations or boxsprings usually cost $50.00 more than there one piece counterparts.
Split Queen box springs typically average an extra $50.00 due to the extra building materials and labor.
Split King or 2 Twin extra longs are the industry standard there is no addition cost.
Many believe that a hump or ridge develops in the center of the mattress from head to toe due to split foundation. They also believe that inevitably body impressions or depressions takes place on either side of the hump. Not true we actually dedicated an entire article on the subject HERE.
In summation we don’t believe the only time to buy a split box spring is if you cannot get it into the room. Superior strength, extra solid support for the mattress and it sleeper, and yes tge added convenience of the split box spring vs. a regular one piece box spring for light weight easy mobility.