Adjustable Beds the Healthy choice

You may select your adjustable bed mattress from any of our four models of latex and memory foam. These mattresses are the ultimate in sleeping comfort and best suited for adjustable beds. Adjustable beds take the strain off the back muscles giving you the restful sleep you deserve

  3E "Good" 5D "Better" 8Q "Best"
Twin $1,100
Twin XL $850 $1,100 $1,450
Full $900 $1,200 $1,500
Full XL $900 $1,200
Queen $1,050 $1,250 $1,500
Queen (2pc Split) $2,300
Cal. King (2pc Split) $2,200 $2,900
Adjustable foundation positions

Top 20 Questions About Adjustable Beds!

Q. What is the mattress that best works with an adjustable bed?

A. The most contouring mattresses for adjustable beds are latex mattresses. They offer not only support but can be zoned or layers to the individual. Foam and memory foam mattresses are a close second, followed by conventional interspring mattresses. Innerspring mattresses will have portions of the thick border wire removed to allow bending of mattress.

Q. Why should I consider an adjustable bed instead of a nice new flat bed?

A. For the same reason that you now consider a color television vs. a black & white model. The technology available today allows more comfort, more convenience and more luxury for very little money. In addition to the added comfort, adjustable beds have a significant and demonstrated health benefit for certain conditions.

Q. What health benefits might I receive by having an adjustable bed?

A. First of all, understand that an adjustable bed does not cure any illness or condition. It can and does, however, provide relief for thousands of users who have symptoms of painful lower back, hiatal hernia, edema or swelling of the legs and feet, as well as certain cases of insomnia, snoring and breathing difficulties.

Q. If I have no health problems and I'm only seeking more comfort, does an adjustable bed make any sense?

A. Absolutely! In today's fast-paced and stressful world, every moment of complete relaxation can pay you major dividends. The concept of being able to adjust your comfort by pushing a button is more satisfying than tossing or turning in bed.

Q. What if I sleep on my side or stomach during the night?

A. Most people who shift their positions during the night, do so because their body is signaling its discomfort. Since their bed does not shift positions, they must shift their bodies. On the other hand, an adjustable bed can be elevated in order to relieve pressure on the back, trunk, or legs and generally makes sound, restful sleep more easily obtained.

Q. If you raise (elevate) your head in an adjustable bed, do your feet raise the same amount?

A. Usually no-Most quality adjustable beds sold today have separate controls that allow the user to choose the degree of elevation on both the upper and lower portion of their bodies.

Q. Are today's adjustable beds about the same as hospital beds?

A. Not even close! Hospital beds can and do adjust, but the similarity ends there. Adjustable bed manufacturers of today provide sleek designs, plush mattresses and a variety of comfort options that are not available in hospital beds.

Q. Do modern adjustable beds come in different sizes?

A. Yes. Today's adjustable beds come in 10 to 14 various sizes, lengths, and widths including twin, full, queen. and king, as well as longs and extra longs.

Q. What other options are available?

A. Almost everything you can imagine. Some of the most common options are: built-in massage, multiple mattress options, remote hand controls, extended warranties, mattress heating pads, and built-in music or other sleeping inducing sounds.

Q. Are adjustable beds more expensive that other beds?

A. They can be. Various options and/or quality enhancements can add significantly to the cost. A "bare bones" adjustable bed, however generally costs no more than a quality flat bed.

Q. Would all my linens and bedding need to be replaced?

A. Why should they? If you buy the same size bed you currently have, everything fits. Most people generally do use this opportunity to up-size or down-size their sleep system.

Q. If my physician prescribes an adjustable bed for my medical needs, can the cost be tax-deductible?

A. Perhaps. Only your tax advisor can properly answer that question.

Q. Would Medicare or Medicaid pay for an adjustable bed?

A. Possibly, but very doubtful. Normally third-party payers would prefer to rent an adjustable bed rather than buy one.

Q. Does an electric adjustable bed require a lot of electricity?

A. No. Very little power or cost is needed to raise or lower an adjustable bed, and remember- the power is only used for a couple of seconds at a time

Q. What should I look for regarding guarantees and warranties?

A. Length of guarantees can vary greatly. They can be as short as 90 days on parts and service and 5 years on the mattress. Major companies offer a pro-rated 10 year mattress guarantee plus a lifetime parts guarantee. You may have to pay for a service call after the first year.

Q. Can an adjustable bed ever be dangerous?

A. No. The technology is too sophisticated to allow any problems. Remember, any electricity that is sent to the motors is fully insulated.

Q. Where is the best place to buy a good adjustable bed?

A. Quality adjustable beds can be purchased at some major department stores. Some specialty sleep shops may carry certain brands of adjustable beds. Also companies that advertise on television can come to your home with samples and free demonstrations.

Q. Do I need special wiring?

A. No. Adjustable beds use standard, grounded, household outlets and is U.L. approved.

Q. What exactly does the bed do?

A. With the control wand, you can raise the head or foot sections, or both simultaneously...in practically any position. Or use the massager to soothe and relax your entire body.

Q. Will my existing headboard work?

A. Yes, as long as the bed is the same size. Headboard brackets are both reversible and adjustable to fit standard headboard borings. Brackets are available for footboards, too. And your adjustable beds come complete with a self contained bed frame.

Q. Does the bed qualify as a medical deduction?

A. It might...check with your doctor. Many doctors prescribe adjustable beds for patients with hiatel hernias, poor circulation, or other health conditions.

Q. What about warranty?

A. Ergomotion adjustables are covered by the best warranty on the market today..a 20 Year Limited Warranty with full 5-Year coverage for parts. Ask for complete warranty information.

Q. What if I need service?

A. Simply call our toll free number. The system comes complete with a manual that makes service quick and easy. And should you ever need information or in-home service, it's just a toll free call away.