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Sleep comfortably with a box spring from Best Buy

It's not uncommon to think that once you have a mattress and a bed frame, there's nothing more to the equation in getting a good night's sleep. However, what goes between a mattress and bed frame can be imperative to obtaining the ultimate in sleep quality. The box spring not only supports your mattress, but it also prolongs the mattress' lifespan, and makes it easier for you to get in and out of bed. But do you really need one? Here are some frequently asked questions that will hopefully help shed some light on whether a box spring is right for your sleep situation.

Why do I need a box spring?

When it comes to getting a good night’s rest, a box spring is just as important to your sleep set as a mattress. Composed of a wood or steel frame and metal coils or springs covered in a sturdy cloth, box springs offer support and height to your mattress. It can also be a requirement for your mattresses warranty. However, a box spring may not be necessary if you have a platform bed with wooden slats or a deck.

Which type of box spring should I buy?

This will depend on the thickness of your mattress and the height of your bed frame. Box springs generally come in two different forms: standard and low profile box springs. Most standard box springs measure at about nine inches, so they’re best accompanied with a thin mattress. Low profile box springs, at five or six inches, are more compatible with a thicker mattress and low-sitting beds. Either way, the length of your mattress and box spring should always match.

How does a split box spring differ from the rest?

A one-piece box spring may be difficult to manoeuvre throughout your home, particularly if your layout consists of narrow doors and hallways. A great remedy for this is a two-piece split box spring. However, this type of box spring does require support at the centre of the bed, so make sure that your bed is accommodating.