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Adjustable Base on Tile? 31 May 2015 16:13 #1

I think we are narrowing down our search. It looks like we will be getting a Leggett & Platt Prodigy base with latex split king mattresses. Our bedroom is all tiled and I am wondering if that could be a potential problem with the adjustable base, especially if we use the massage feature. Should we put a large run under the base? I also found rubber caster cups at the very bottom of this website adjustablebedmart.com/accessoriesservices.html . Is that something worth looking into?

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Adjustable Base on Tile? 31 May 2015 16:22 #2

Hi 70sgirl,

We have our adjustable bed on a hardwood bedroom floor and use rubber caster cups under the legs which work well to reduce the vibration from the massage feature and to keep the adjustable bed from sliding on the floor.

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Adjustable Base on Tile? 01 Jun 2015 09:31 #3

An area rug with a dense base padding built into it also works well.
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