Air Mattress Frames Get Your Airbeds Off The Floor

Jun 10 11:17 2011 Lance Peterson Print This Article

An airbed frame makes a great add-on to your air mattress purchase. As an upgrade to a regular mattress and box spring or maybe as a stand to get your air mattress off the floor, this useful product quickly and easily gives you a strong structure of support for your specific slumber requirements.

One of the major advantages of owning an airbed stand is the fact that they can be moved around and used anywhere you need them. Many people have moaned and groaned about not being able to fit their regular bed and box spring up narrow staircases to their sleeping rooms. Most air bed support frames are great for condos or places with tight staircases because these products collapse down quite easily. A moveable blow up mattress frame generally comes in a small container,Guest Posting is easy to assemble, and folds up perfectly to tuck away. The support frames are remarkably light-weight and can be set up just about anywhere in your house in just a matter of minutes.
Unless you own a 18 inch raised airbed (most of the leading air bed brand producers produce elevated designs of their products), your air bed is probably only gets you a few inches up in the air, and you find yourself sleeping very close to the floor. This causes all kinds of problems like struggling to get in and out of the bed, and being cold throughout the night as you sleep. An air mattress stand will comfortably reinforce your queen air mattress or memory foam bed at a good height away from the floor, enabling you to easily get in and out of the bed, in addition to keeping you warm. The height of these air mattress stands also provides the added bonus of creating increased storage room beneath the mattress. Great for condo or small apartment living.
When shopping for a quality collapsable air bed frame, you'll want a model that offers the comfort and support needed for a peaceful nights sleep. You'll want to evaluate the bed frame materials used, along with the bed frame construction, to ensure the stable foundation is capable of holding your body weight and capacity needs. Additionally, make sure you get a suitable sized frame for the airbed you will be shopping for or already own (twin, full, queen, king).
As far as costs are concerned, you will pay probably pay a lesser amount than the price a common box spring. Generally the price is anywhere between $100-$200, depending on the length and width necessary. This price is well worth it, considering the convenience and high level of comfort that can result from the purchase.

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Lance Peterson
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I write articles that help consumers make difficult buying decisions.  If you are trying to find the best air mattress stand, or you want to find information on the best elevated air mattress for your needs, like a serta air bed, check out the best queen air mattress reviews at

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