Split Box Spring - 2inch Low Profile Height
- 100% CANADIAN-MADE
- SOLID MAPLE WOOD BLEND
- LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED
- FREE DELIVERY IN TORONTO & INNER GTA
ALWAYS IN STOCK
Delivery within 1 week
Our Split box springs come in 2 pieces and make it very easy to transport through tight spaces. Perfect for basements, attics, or very tight bedrooms upstairs.
Our eco-friendly box springs are made of a solid wood frame with a unifying sheet on the surface and full fabric upholstery.
The box springs contain no springs so there is no movement, and no creaking that would normally occur over time with metal springs.
The immobility of the box spring allows the mattress to perform to its best abilities.
Free delivery in the inner GTA!
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SOLID WOOD FOUNDATION
The boxsprings are constructed using solid maple wood foundational slats and a breathable hard sheet as a topper.
The boxsprings are reinforced to prevent any movement or creaking during use.
The boxsprings come fully assembled as 1 solid piece for the regular boxsprings and 2 solid pieces as a set for the Split option.
The high-grade hard sheet on top of the slats and the fabric covering of the boxspring are thin and allow for proper airflow without packing in any heat.
PROPER WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION
The boxspring allows your mattress to perform optimally by providing a solid base for proper sleep posture and support.
STRONG AND DURABLE
It can support up to 1,000lbs (including mattress) with ease. It's not recommended to stand on the boxspring or add localized pressure.
SOLID WOOD FOUNDATION
Using solid wood instead of traditional metal springs effectively eliminates the issue of creaking, morphing or rusting over time.
CAN HOLD UP TO 1,000LBS
The box spring can easily support up to 1,000lbs, allowing your mattress to function optimally.
FLAT TOP SHEET FOR UNIFICATION
The flat breathable sheet unifies the slats so even your foam mattress will have the optimal foundational support.
BENEFITS OF SOLID WOOD BOX SPRINGS
The box spring has a unique and important function. Not only is it used to raise the mattress's height, making it easier to get in and out of bed, it's flat and firm surface also supports your mattress, absorbs shock, and reduces general wear. The spaces between the wood slats, the breathable sheet and the thin fabric upholstery keeps the box spring ventilated, allowing body moisture and heat buildup to escape. This reduces mildew and mould, unwanted odours, and keeps your sleeping space as fresh as possible.
Traditional box springs were made with metal springs, which were sufficient enough for the mattresses used at the time. Nowadays with the heavier memory foam and latex mattresses, a sturdier and durable solution was found with the use of wood over metal. Metal springs over time would bend, rust, creak, and even break, unable to hold the weight of heavier mattresses and shock absorbing over time.