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Places To Buy Box Springs

You might get lucky, and your city will pick up your old box springs for you. Whether or not your local trash and recycling collection will pick up bulky items, like a box spring, will vary from one region and city to another.

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The last thing you want to do is go through the trouble of dragging your box springs to the curb only to see it still sitting there in your driveway after the trash and recycling trucks have come through your neighborhood. Knowing your trash has not been accepted for bulk item pickup is truly frustrating, especially if it is something you can easily avoid.

Some places, such as New York City, require that you cover your box springs with plastic before leaving them outside. You can use a box spring disposal bag to fulfill this requirement. Just remember you may need to plan to go out and buy one.

Even worse, the box springs, like mattresses, typically contain harmful compounds, including flame retardant chemicals. Flame retardant chemicals are increasingly viewed as unnecessary and dangerous to human health by experts.

In particular, organizations will repurpose the steel found in box springs for a variety of reasons. Be prepared to remove the metal springs and break down the box springs wood yourself. In most areas, the metal can be placed in the recycling bin.

Another repurposing option is to take the metal found in your box springs and repurpose it for some decorative purpose. Believe it or not, crafty individuals can be found on Pinterest who have creatively repurposed their box springs into everything from furniture to wall art.

In the end, tearing apart your box springs is not an easy or quick process, and it is possible that you will cut yourself in the process. If you decide to break down your old box springs be sure that you wear protective eye gear and gloves. And remember the metal found in old box springs could, in spots, be sharp when you take apart and repurpose old box springs.

Used box springs are pretty cumbersome and difficult. We recommend that the best option is to simply hire a company, like LoadUp, to carry your old box springs away. We will not only pick up your old box springs, but we will also first try to donate your old box springs.

Box springs serve as a support cushion between your bed frame and your mattress. They help with shock absorption, prevent a sagging mattress, and provide a lift to keep your mattress and mattress pad away from dust or dirt that may accumulate on your bedroom floor.

Although a low-profile bed frame may not be ideal for joint pain, you can always add a mattress foundation on top of the platform frame to add more height, structure, and accessibility. For a more detailed look at how platforms stack up against a traditional box spring, check out our comparison of platform beds vs. box springs.

NOTE: Effective February 1, 2019, for the health and safety of staff, Prince George's County residents requesting curbside collection of bulky items will be required to completely cover mattresses and box springs in a protective plastic covering. Plastic zippered mattress covers are available at many local retail stores for a nominal fee.

But, there are a couple circumstances when you need a box spring:You have a traditional metal bed frame. Older metal bed frames were designed to support box springs, not mattresses. These frames only have support around the edge of the bed, which is why a sturdy box spring is necessary.

You want to add extra height to your bed. Box springs are 7 to 9 inches tall on average. This is useful if you need the extra height to get in and out of bed more easily. Or, you might just like the look of a taller bed.

In addition to providing extra support, box springs can also help to:Raise the mattress higher above the groundIncrease airflow throughout the mattressDistribute weight evenly to prevent saggingAbsorb impact to prevent damage to the mattress

If you don't want to fuss with a box spring, there are other options for a mattress foundation. Here are some great alternatives to box springs that still offer great support:Wooden slats: These are common in platform beds and can work with any mattress type. The smaller the gap between the slats, the better the support. This is especially important with memory foam mattresses which can sag with wider gaps.

We were unable to find any furniture stores that will remove your old furniture without a new furniture purchase. Additionally, many stores that haul away furniture will only remove mattresses and/or box springs. However, Sears and IKEA offer haul-away services for most furniture purchases and have locations around the U.S. Fees for haul-away services at both of these stores vary depending on your location.

Bed bugs are a significant pest! They are small and hide in cracks and crevices, especially in box springs, mattresses, clothing and furniture in resting areas. Bed bugs can build up large numbers before noticed, and are very hard to eliminate from the home environment.

Bed bugs are great hitchhikers. They can be brought into thrift stores on clothing, furniture and other used items from bed bug-infested homes. Bed bugs are very good at hiding and sometimes very difficult to find. Tiny holes, cracks and upholstery seams are often bed bug hiding places.

It is possible to purchase a bed bug-rated mattress encasement for mattresses and box springs. These encasements cover the entire mattress and box spring to keep any bed bugs inside the encasement, so they do not infest the home.

Remember, bed bugs can thrive in the cleanest house because there are still plenty of places to hide. Taking a holistic approach to bed bug control means reducing or eliminating clutter. Prevention is the best form of bed bug control.

If you have an old mattress or bed to get rid of in Houston, you are in luck. Houston is very progress when it comes to resources for responsible disposal of furniture items. Whether you have an old mattress or other furniture items, Houston has implemented programs that prioritize recycling and proper disposal over the items ending up in the landfill. Below you will find helpful resources that you can use to get rid of your old mattresses and box springs. From drop off centers, to pick up services and a DIY recycling project we have listed an option to suit all customer needs.

Bedder World offers affordable curbside removals 6/days per week. The price includes the pick up and proper disposal of mattresses throughout Houston and the surrounding areas. To date they have recycled over 1 million mattresses and box springs and has saved over 26 million sq.ft. of landfill space across the United States. Book your mattress pick up here.

If you are a DIY and like taking on projects why not recycle your mattress yourself. This could be a great way to teach your kids about being resourceful or just a fun way to save some money and the environment. By recycling your mattress you can save on average 26sq.ft. of landfill space. We have a great step-by-step blog post on how to break down and recycle your own mattress. Along with another post on how to recycle your box spring yourself. To do this all you need is an exacto knife and some space (things may get messy). Simply cut around the edges of the mattress until you can take off the cover. Inside you will find foam and metal springs. Separate the foam and metal. You can actually bring the metal springs to the scrap yard and they will pay you for them. As for the foam you can shred it up and use it in dog beds, to fill pillows, or you can find a local carpet manufacturer who may pay you for the foam.

To make an exceptional mattress we build with artisan hand-tufting to innersprings because it provides the most enduring support. We are one of the few companies left in the United States that still hand-tuft.

We want you to love your mattress for years, even decades to come. We source the finest materials and use artisan hand-tufting to innersprings to create lasting comfort and the finest quality. No other construction method will give the luxurious comfort or the longevity that our inner and outer hand-tufting provides.

Before donating, check for stains, rips, tears, holes, and any serious issues like bed bugs or mold. For box springs, be sure the fabric cover is firmly attached and that the bed foundation is not bent or broken. If the mattress has any of these issues, it may be better to recycle the bed rather than donate it. We will discuss the best way to recycle your mattress and include some resources at the end of this article.

Thankfully, there are ways to avoid spending big bucks on moving boxes. Finding free moving supplies near you from various stores, online marketplaces and community groups, could save hundreds of dollars on moving expenses. With the exception of a few specialty boxes designed to fit certain TVs and mirrors, you could potentially move your entire home using free boxes.

Try out the Reduce and Reuse Map by Dakota County to quickly find the closest places to donate goods, shop used, rent equipment and repair your stuff. You can select custom filters based on what you need:

FREE Drop-off disposal of mattresses & box springs is available for ALL Victor Valley residents at the Victorville Recycling Drop-off Center and the Victor Valley Materials Recovery Facility. (See above for locations and hours.) Free drop-off is limited to king, queen, full, and twin mattresses and box springs as well as futons.

Businesses and other entities that have used mattresses and box springs (such as hotels, universities, hospitals, etc.) may drop off their mattresses and box springs for disposal and recycling at the Victor Valley Materials Recovery Facility at 17000 Abbey Ln. in Victorville for a $10 per unit handling fee. Limited to king, queen, full, and twin mattresses and box springs as well as futons. No infant mattresses, foam toppers, or bedding. 041b061a72

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