Introducing PlushBeds Orthopedic Foundations

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Great mattresses deserve a great foundation. That’s exactly what you’ll get with the new orthopedic foundations PlushBeds has to offer. Foundations provide support for the mattresses you place on top of them. PlushBeds now offers two different types of orthopedic foundations in the PlushBeds Orthopedic Foundation and the Low Profile Orthopedic Foundation.

The Orthopedic Foundation

This heavy duty foundation offers exceptional strength and durability, along with the capacity to hold up to 1,200 pounds. The foundation is an industry standard eight inches high, and constructed with heat-treated spruce wood. No chemicals are used to treat the wood.

Then the foundation is covered with heavy duty organic cotton fabric for an attractive outer appearance. The unique slatted design of the foundation allows air to flow through so that your mattress enjoys maximum breathability, and the foundation is also designed to protect the mattress.

The fact that this foundation can support so much weight is beneficial for anyone purchasing a latex mattress, as they are a little heavier than the average mattress. The additional eight inches of height the foundation adds places the mattress at a comfortable height for most people getting into and out of bed.

The orthopedic foundation is available for the following PlushBeds mattress sizes:

  • Twin
  • Twin XL
  • Full
  • Queen
  • King
  • Dual King
  • Cal King

The best news of all, for those who have no desire or interest in long DIY projects, is that it is easy to assemble and only takes a few minutes to do so.

Low Profile Orthopedic Foundation

The low profile orthopedic foundation offers many of the same features you expect from the PlushBeds name, but the lower five inch profile of the foundation means that the mattress will be a little lower than expected as well. This makes the low profile foundation a better fit for people more comfortable with a lower bed.

It is still made with sturdy spruce wood that is heat treated rather than chemically treated, and has a cover made of beautiful organic cotton. Both features match the PlushBeds brand’s commitment to the planet.

The fact that the mattress is made with sturdy wood instead of particle board explains its durability. Despite the fact that this is a smaller foundation, it can still support the same 1,200 pounds of weight that the eight inch orthopedic foundation supports.

The low profile foundation also offers the same Euro-slatted design that allows for greater airflow and mattress breathability. Plus, they offer the same ease and speed of assembly as the standard orthopedic mattress foundations.

The low profile orthopedic mattress foundation can be used with the following mattress sizes:

  • Twin
  • Twin XL
  • Full
  • Queen
  • King
  • Dual King
  • Cal King

Choosing the perfect mattress foundation might not seem like that big of a decision at the time. However, when you’re making a substantial investment in a new mattress for your bed, selecting the wrong mattress foundation can rob you of the support and comfort you expect from your high-dollar investment.

Selecting one of our orthopedic mattress foundations will help to ensure that you get the high-quality, comfortable sleep you expect from your new mattress, and will ultimately extend your pleasure with the mattress you’ve purchased. Many feel that a good mattress foundation can go so far as to extend the life of the mattress itself. A good night’s sleep is an investment, and these foundations’ help are a fundamental part of the building block for that deep, productive sleep that has been so elusive in the past.

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