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    Our box springs are just NOT going up the stairs in our row house. I found some split ones online (two little ones that go together to make a queen-size one), but they don’t ship them. As there are about a billion houses like mine in Columbus, there’s got to be a place that sells these.

    Anyone know a business?

    Also, if you’ve bought some of these, how much did you pay?

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    too lazy to check, but years ago I think I bought them at Sears.

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    I got mine when I bought my mattress at Macy’s. I paid for everything all at the same time, but it was about an extra $100 to get a split box spring.

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    They’re tough to find. We got ours at Liberty Freight, but I would not recommend them. It took way too long to get it after ordering.

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    Blammo and the Fierce Lime have some recent experience making one of these :)

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    My tenant bought some at American Freight there at Morse and 71. They have them in stock ready to roll. I personally just sawed mine down the center (on the underside only) with a handheld saw and folded it like a taco up the stairs. Once back in the frame you can’t tell- Seemed like a better option than throwing the mattress away.

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    somertimeoh wrote >>
    Blammo and the Fierce Lime have some recent experience making one of these :)

    20 Peebers + 2 doods + jigsaw = WIN

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    That mattress never stood a chance. And a week later, after the addition of four 2″x8″ boards, the box spring held up as good as new!

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    blammo wrote >>
    That mattress never stood a chance. And a week later, after the addition of four 2″x8″ boards, the box spring held up as good as new!

    It’s true. It’s still quite sturdy and very comfortable. I can highly recommend sawing that puppy in half and bracing it up in the meantime if you need to.

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    osulew wrote >>

    It’s still quite sturdy

    Where is the video of the testing process?

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    The Original Mattress Factory makes them. Googling around, it seems like it costs around $50 more than getting one standard box spring.

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    I got a split box spring when I bought a new bed from Original Mattress Factory. I don’t think I ordered it or paid extra for it, they just brought it with them. If I remember right, the delivery guys carry some with them in case they get to a house where they can’t get a regular box spring up the stairs.

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    I will third Original Mattress Factory — they will even do a split box spring for a full-sized bed. Sounds ridiculous, but I did live in an apartment with a stairwell that small.

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    We got our split queen size box spring from The Original Mattress Factory as well.

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    Hi everyone,

    My name is Kevin and I own a small mattress and furniture store in Grandview. Our name is Sleep Well Columbus and we are located in Grandview.

    Phew, a $100 MORE for a split box, not here! My cost are $80 for a regular box and $120 for a split box, only $40 more and my boxes are less to start with. My mattresses are lot less too.

    We meet by appointment only and keep our overhead low. We also can deliver.

    Give us a shot our number is 614-432-7565 our website is www.SleepWellColumbus.com

    Thanks for your time, this is a great city.

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