Frequently Asked Questions

Mattress Selection

Yes. L&P adjustable bed bases are compatible with most innerspring, foam, and air mattresses. Today, many people prefer an innerspring or hybrid spring/foam mattress. But everyone is different, and some people find their bliss sleeping on foam or air-filled mattresses. Regardless of which you find most comfortable, you can still enjoy the restorative relaxation offered by an adjustable bed base. If you prefer an innerspring mattress, it is important to note that mattresses with a border wire are not compatible with adjustable bases. If possible, it's a good idea to purchase your mattress and an adjustable base at the same time to create a personalized sleep system. Work with your local retailer to help you find your perfect match.

Yes. L&P adjustable bed bases are compatible with most innerspring, foam, and air mattresses. Today, many people prefer an innerspring or hybrid spring/foam mattress. But everyone is different, and some people find their bliss sleeping on foam or air-filled mattresses. Regardless of which you find most comfortable, you can still enjoy the restorative relaxation offered by an adjustable bed base. If possible, it's a good idea to purchase your mattress and an adjustable bed base at the same time to create a personalized sleep system. Work with your local retailer to help you find your perfect match.

Yes. L&P adjustable bed bases are compatible with most innerspring, foam, and air mattresses. Today, many people prefer an innerspring or hybrid spring/foam mattress. But everyone is different, and some people find their bliss sleeping on foam or air-filled mattresses. Regardless of which you find most comfortable, you can still enjoy the restorative relaxation offered by an adjustable bed base. If possible, it's a good idea to purchase your mattress and an adjustable bed base at the same time to create a personalized sleep system. Work with your local retailer to help you find your perfect match.

No. Leggett & Platt adjustable bed bases work with most brands of innerspring, air, and foam mattresses. If you are shopping for a mattress, let your professional sales representative know that you are interested in an adjustable bed base and they will help you find an adjustable-friendly mattress to build your sleep system.

Purchase Questions

No. The base is an independent part of the bed that replaces the boxspring. The adjustable-friendly mattress of your choice rests on top of the base. Please see the FAQs under "Mattress Selection" for more information about mattress choices.

No. A Leggett & Platt adjustable bed base takes the place of your boxspring. You place your mattress directly on top of the base. If you have a bed with side rails, the base fits inside most bed frames and then the mattress fits on top.

The individual retailers determine the price of the adjustable bases. To get an idea of pricing, you can visit a local store or check retail websites.

No. A Leggett & Platt adjustable bed base takes the place of your bed frame. It has its own legs, which raise your bed off the floor. In some cases, adjustable-height legs are available so you can change the height of the bed.

Yes. Leggett & Platt adjustable bases are designed according to industry-standard bed sizes. The base easily attaches to most standard-size headboards and footboards with the addition of a boxspring frame. Even if your bed has side rails, the base is meant to fit inside most of these pieces, similar to a standard boxspring. Additionally, you might want to check out our photo gallery to see how L&P adjustable bases integrate with a wide range of bedroom furniture.

No. Leggett & Platt adjustable bed bases are compatible with standard fitted sheets. However, if you purchase a split king (a base where the left and right sides move independently with two mattresses), you will need to use two twin XL fitted sheets – one for each side.

Standard sizes will fit the bed, but you may have to cut holes in the platform of the skirt to accommodate the mattress retainer. If so, it is recommended that you iron a fusible interfacing onto the back of the skirt platform for reinforcement; this will help prevent future unraveling after washing. Another suggestion to prevent unraveling is to sew buttonholes into the bedskirt.

Adjustable bed bases are sold by many types of retailers, including mattress companies, department stores, and furniture stores.

Features

The zero-gravity position on an adjustable bed base mimics the position astronauts take during liftoff. The position is meant to ease the stress on their bodies as they escape Earth’s gravity. The position raises the feet to the same level as the heart. People who have back pain or who would like to increase their circulation often find this position extremely relaxing.

Leggett & Platt's innovation team developed state-of-the art technology that puts you at the center of the bed's motion. While other adjustable bed bases lift your upper body away from the wall – and away from your nightstand – bases with WallHugger® engineering lift you up while simultaneously gliding you back. That means your favorite book and the remote control are within reach whenever you’re ready for them.

Yes. Many adjustable base models include height-adjustable legs. On models that come standard with solid steel legs, Leg height kits are available for separate purchase. Please check your owner's manual for available heights. If your base came standard with casters, they may be removed to reduce the height by 2.5 inches.

On average the bases weigh between 150-200 lbs.

WallHugger bases raise your upper body while gliding back, so your nightstands and favorite items stay within easy reach. On the other hand, non-WallHugger bases raise your upper body away from the wall and nightstands. Watch our video for a quick demonstration:

Service

Return policies are set by the individual retailers. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the store's policies.

In most cases, the people who deliver your adjustable bed base will put it together and set it up for you. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the store's policies.

Our warranty information varies by model. Ask your local retailer for warranty details on the models you are considering. You can register your new adjustable base here.

For specific questions about the warranty or to find out if your base is still under warranty, please contact Leggett & Platt Adjustable Base Customer Support.

Download a .pdf of your owner's manual here.

Download a .pdf of your remote control owner's manual here.

The serial number should begin with a C, G, L, or W, followed by six digits. It is located 1) on the front of the owner's manual; 2) on the back of the remote control; and 3) on the underside of the base. Split King bases will have two serial numbers.

Please see our troubleshooting questions on this page. If that doesn't solve your concern, contact Leggett & Platt Adjustable Base Customer Support.

You can purchase a replacement remote control directly from us. Be sure to have your adjustable bed base's serial number handy so we can help you find the right remote control for your model. Then contact Leggett & Platt Adjustable Base Customer Support.