Beds Up Insert FAQ
Will the Beds Up Insert fit my bed?
The Beds Up Elevating Insert will safely elevate your mattress and box spring with a metal frame only, Headboard with a metal frame or a complete headboard - footboard bed as shown in the photos...The Insert simply sits under your box spring and becomes your new support system.
What is the Heavy Duty Option?
The Beds UP Insert Heavy Duty option includes an extra central support leg and reinforced steel clamps.
What is the most common height adjustment?
Most people will start at a 4" setting and never change it although others will start at 2" and than go to 4" and than up to 6" ...If you start at 6" and are not use to the incline some find it takes longer to adjust.
Will I slide down in bed?
Some notice they slide slightly although the health benefits far out weigh the sliding.
Will my bed partner be comfortable sleeping inclined?
Most anyone will find a benefit sleeping inclined since there are so many health benefits associated with inclined sleeping.
Will my bed be higher if I use the Beds Up Insert?
Yes, the Beds Up Insert will add 1 3/4" to your bed height before you elevate the insert.
Will my mattress slide down when elevated?
There are clips at the foot end of the frame to hold the box spring from sliding and the weight of the mattress tends to hold it in place so there is very little sliding of the mattress.
Will The Beds Up Insert support my bedding?
The Beds Up Insert is made of 1 1/2" steel and has a center support for double and queen bedding as recommended by all bedding manufactures.
Will the Beds Up Insert adversely affect my bed or bed frame?
No unlike bed blocks or other block type elevating systems The Beds Up Insert does not put undue stress on your bed or bed frame...the incline is created and supported by the insert .
Why should I buy the Beds Up Insert when a foam wedge is less expensive?
The Beds Up Insert allows you to sleep directly on your mattress while on your back, side or stomach which will allow you to get a better night sleep...and since it is made of steel it will last longer than a foam wedge...longer life with more comfort !
Is it difficult to set up?
No it requires only a few steps please see the set up video.
Why is the Beds Up Insert shorter than my box spring ?
The Beds Up Insert is built the same length as a standard metal bed frame although you start the Beds Up Insert at the foot end of the box spring which allows the foot end clips to keep the box spring from sliding off at the foot end of the frame. The insert is designed with a few inch void under the box spring at the head end of the bed .
Why is the king and calf. king Beds Up Insert shipped in two boxes ?
The king and Calf.king Beds Up Insert consist of two insert and is designed to be place one insert under each box spring (king beds have 2 box springs) . This adds to the strength and support of the king insert.