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guidelines for foundation support? 25 Mar 2013 17:45 #1

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Just realized when starting to assemble my SleepEZ latex mattress and foundation that I need something underneath, like a metal bed frame. Right now I have nothing like that, and need to buy something.

Is there anything I should look for or avoid? Like a center rail -- good or bad?

Would legs or rollers attached to the wood frame itself be OK, or does the bed need to be supported all around?

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guidelines for foundation support? 25 Mar 2013 19:42 #2

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Hi powerdog,

You could either use a steel bedframe similar to the ones mentioned in post #10 here (which all have good center support which is necessary) or you could use a set of bedlegs such as these which you can read about in post #1 here . Either way a center beam with good support to the floor is important with larger sizes to prevent sagging in the middle.

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