Q: Will a high profile box spring work well with a tall mattress?
A: Using these components together can result in a bed that is too high, which may make getting in and out of bed more difficult. The combination will work if you have no problem with the bed’s increased height. Otherwise, it may be better to oft for a low profile box spring.
Q: What is the difference between a low profile and a high profile box spring?
A: The main difference is their heights. The high profile box spring is usually 9 inches tall, while the low profile option has a height that ranges from 4 – 6 inches. Both choices can be made from the same high-quality materials.
Q: Can the high profile box spring be moved from its original spot?
A: Yes, although doing so may require two or more people because of the increased weight. If you are planning on moving or rearranging your bed regularly, you may want to consider a low profile box spring that weighs less and can be moved around more easily.
Q: It is okay to use a low profile box spring with a thin mattress?
A: Using these two together will result in a mattress that sits too low – which is a good thing if this is your goal. However, this configuration can be uncomfortable to get into for pregnant women, older individuals, and those with mobility or health issues.