Box Springs

What is a box spring?

A box spring is a type of foundation used for mattresses. It is typically a large, rectangular box made of wood or metal. The box spring contains springs that provide support and cushioning for the mattress.

What is the point of a box spring?

The point of a box spring is to provide support for a mattress. It also helps to absorb shock and prevent the mattress from sagging.

How often should box springs be replaced?

Box springs should be replaced every 5 to 7 years.

Is it possible to put a mattress on a frame without a box spring?

A mattress can be placed on a frame without a box spring, but it may not be as comfortable. The box spring provides extra support and helps to distribute weight evenly. It also helps to absorb shock, which can extend the life of the mattress.