You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Memory foam and hybrid mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through memory foam mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the foam and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

Need a new mattress foundation? Shop Our Collection 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Hybrid mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through hybrid mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the mattress and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

Need a new mattress foundation? Shop the Logan & Cove Mattress Foundation 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Hybrid mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through hybrid mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the mattress and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Memory foam mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through memory foam mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the foam and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

Need a new mattress foundation? Shop the Douglas Mattress Foundation 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Memory foam mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through memory foam mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the foam and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

Need a new mattress foundation? Shop the Juno Mattress Foundation 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Memory foam mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through memory foam mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the foam and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

Need a new mattress foundation? Shop the Novosbed Mattress Foundation 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team

You can reuse your existing base as long as it's sturdy, supportive, and allows airflow.

Sturdy 

Foam mattresses are heavier than regular coil mattresses. If the base is older or not sturdy, consider installing more support (e.g. a beam along the middle of the bed frame).

If you experienced sagging in your last mattress, your support system might be worn out. Inspect your base to see if there are any weak points or indentations that could transfer through to your new mattress. 

Supportive

Wire grid or coiled boxsprings don't provide enough surface area to properly support our mattresses. Bowing, flexing, or indentations in the base can also transfer through foam mattresses. This can make your mattress feel like it is sagging or softer than it should be. 

If your existing base doesn't have enough support or surface area, many of our customers put a sheet of untreated pegboard or plywood between the mattress and base to improve the support and feel of their mattress.

Note: wire grids can cut into the foam and damage it. Using a wire grid support system without additional modifications to spread pressure more evenly across the surface area will void your warranty.

Allows airflow

The base must allow for some airflow to the mattress. Laminated, varnished, or otherwise treated surfaces do not allow for this airflow. A base with poor airflow can cause mold and mildew growth. 

If you're not sure your current foundation is suitable to use with your new mattress, contact our customer care team