Royal-Pedic Box Springs made for us by Royal-Pedic

Royal-Pedic Box Springs

“Royal Organics” Box Spring made for us by Royal-Pedic

Royal-Pedic Box Springs are the most comfortable and durable available: They provide 50% more coils in the center third of the box spring for extra support where it’s needed the most (about 40% of our body weight is located in our torso area). Springs are an extra durable 8 3/4″ gauge thickness of wire compared to an average 9 1/2″ gauge wire used by others. Box spring units last for many, many years. The coils are double heat tempered (baked in an oven, cooled down and then baked in the oven again) to resist sagging and provide more durability.

The number of coils used in a Royal-Pedic box spring unit is 22% more than the industry standard. This higher coil count results in more coils that are closer together, providing additional support for the mattress to prevent lumps in the mattress from developing. The foundation used to mount the coil springs is an extra wide slat version to provide more support for the coil to rest on — the same width of slat that is required for hotels for the assurance of superior durability.

Royal-Pedic does not hand tie their box springs. This method of holding the coils in place with cording can result in a lumpy mattress. The cording can and does stretch, which forces the coil out of position on an angle. In addition, many workers who hand tie box springs end up with carpal tunnel and arthritis in their hands. Instead of hand-tied box springs, Royal-Pedic uses a wired system called the Webster Lock Grid System to keep the coils in place. Steel wire is woven throughout the tops of the coils to secure the coil in place to eliminate the possibility of any lateral movement.