Can you put a memory foam mattress on a box spring. I use memory foam mattress topper. Make certain your box spring is in excellent shape with no broken slats. The reason is because memory foam mattresses are heavy. Unlike less comfortable and stable traditional mattresses memory foam can rest on any rigid and flat surface so your old box spring a bunkie board or other foundation will work.
The memory foam mattress is thinner than a traditional mattress and helps to eliminate motion transfer as well as gives an overall more comfortable nights rest. The small compact structure will make sure that your mattress stays in one place and you wont have to worry about old springs causing problems. A memory foam mattress needs to be on a firm supportive surface. If you like the height that your box spring provides but its too old to use with your new foam mattress a box spring replacement foundation is the way to go.
If youre worried about this ditch your old box spring and get a bunkie board. But you have to consider certain factors like size of foam mattress same with your same old mattress. The good news is you can definitely use your box spring under your memory foam mattress. A memory foam mattress on top of a regular mattress is a workable option.
That way you still have the height youre used to without sacrificing any support. Your regular box must be in proper shape. We have a memory foam mattress and a foundation that we had bought for our sleigh bed frame. The mattress will take on the same shape when you lay down on it.
As memory foam mattress can take any shape so the box must be in proper shape. Typically people have a box springs or foundation that they use with their current bed and wonder if they can use they can use this existing piece with their new memory foam mattress. It can give you a more restful sleep and is supported by the classic bed frame and box string construction. You may have to put a piece of thick plywood beneath the mattress though if your spring is really saggy.