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About Adjustable Beds
If you’re looking for an adjustable bed that’s equipped to serve all your health and comfort needs, City Mattress has you covered. At City Mattress, we carry adjustable beds from PranaSleep, Reverie, Sealy, Serta, Tempur-Pedic, iComfort, and our very own City Mattress brand. We have adjustable bases in a full range of sizes so you can find the adjustable bed that is perfect for you. Adjustable base foundations allow you to sit or sleep in ergonomic positions by raising the head and/or foot of the bed. Whether you’re in bed reading, watching your favorite movie or sleeping, you’ll be in the perfect position to maximize comfort.
Our Adjustable Bed Options
We have beds to serve your every need. Our City Mattress brand adjustable beds have a press-and-hold-flat button so whenever you’re ready to sleep, it’s easy to go from any position to lying flat. Tempur-Pedic’s adjustable base can raise the head of the bed up to 70 degrees and raise the foot up to 40 degrees. It can also save up to two pre-set ergonomic positions. Serta’s Motion Custom II Adjustable Bed Base can connect to your phone so you can use Serta’s SleepGPS with Sleeptracker Technology. The SleepGPS monitors and improves your sleep by tracking heart rate, breathing and body movement. The Motion Custom II Adjustable Bed Base is also equipped with pre-set positions, 90-degree head tilt support, adjustable lumbar support, and a six-level massage system. Some of the adjustable beds we carry are also dual control, which means they allow different angles of adjustment on either side of the bed. These are just a few examples of the many features City Mattress has available with adjustable bed bases.
What Else You Should Know About Adjustable Beds
What’s great about City Mattress is that 90 percent of our mattresses can be used with an adjustable bed. But an adjustable bed doesn’t just give you a more comfortable sleep — it has real health benefits. Adjustable beds can help reduce acid reflux, back pain, pain caused by arthritis, sleep apnea and more. Learn more about the health and lifestyle benefits of an adjustable bed and get started buying one today!
Learn More About Adjustable Beds
What is an adjustable bed?
An adjustable bed is a foundation for your mattress which can be moved to a number of different positions. Common adjustments include inclining the upper body and raising the lower body. This is done with a remote control.
What are the benefits of having an adjustable mattress?
An adjustable bed base makes it more comfortable to sleep or relax in bed, but that's not all. It has real health benefits. Adjustable beds can help reduce acid reflux, back pain, pain caused by arthritis, sleep apnea, and more.
Do I need an adjustable mattress base?
If you suffer from sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome, an adjustable bed can help alleviate these problems. Adjustable beds are a lifestyle bed and not always used for medical reasons. They're incredibly comfortable, especially if youre watching tv or reading in bed.
Are adjustable beds worth it?
Many people say yes! They can be used to read in bed, watch TV or work on your laptop. It is like having a recliner in your bedroom. In addition to being able to raise and lower the head and feet of the bed, it can provide you with a gentle timed massage. Adjustable beds can have built-in sleep monitors, USB ports, speakers, and under-bed lighting.
How to get zero gravity position on an adjustable bed
Resting in this position will alleviate strain on your legs and lower back. Some adjustable bed bases, like the PranaSleep EuroSlat PowerBase, bring you to this position at the press of a button. On others, you'll need to raise both the head and the leg portion of the mattress until you reach it.
How to keep the mattress from sliding on an adjustable bed
Your adjustable bed base will come with a small metal piece that is put at the bottom "foot" part of the bed to keep it from sliding. The delivery people who set up your bed will put it on. Raising the legs a bit at the same time as the head also stops it from sliding.
How to keep sheets on an adjustable bed
Regular sheets are meant to stay flat and tucked under the mattress. This may become an issue if you use an adjustable bed base. You need to find deep-pocketed fitted sheets, sheets with elastic straps, or sheet fasteners to keep your sheet on an adjustable bed.
Do adjustable beds help with snoring?
Yes, they do! Elevating your head on an adjustable bed base enables the air to flow more freely and reduces the vibrations that we know as snoring.
Are adjustable beds good for side sleepers?
An adjustable bed is great for side sleepers because it can elevate your upper body into a more comfortable and relaxed position where your knees are relaxed and that there is less pressure on your shoulders, hips, and neck. In addition, you may find you like to raise the head portion to read or watch tv before you fall asleep.
How to fix adjustable bed
Check under the bed base to verify that the wired connections are secure and that there are no cords or bedding obstructing the movement of the base. Also, plug the bed base into a different electrical outlet as well as test the current outlet with another working appliance. If you can't figure it out, contact City Mattress and let us know you're experiencing a problem. Many times, your adjustable bed base is under warranty and we can fix or replace the issue.
What is the best adjustable bed?
Just like with our mattress, the best adjustable bed base is a personal choice. We have options that do much more than raise your head and legs! For example, Serta’s Motion Custom II Adjustable Bed Base can connect to your phone so you can use Serta’s SleepGPS with Sleeptracker Technology. The Serta Motion Custom II Adjustable Bed Base is equipped with pre-set positions, 90-degree head tilt support, adjustable lumbar support, and a six-level massage system. The PranaSleep EuroSlat PowerBase features a zero gravity button, gentle alarm, massage, and more.