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While maneuvering a mattress up a flight of stairs can be tricky, it's nowhere close to the headache that a box spring can create if you just can't get it upstairs. If you find yourself in this situation, consider either creating or purchasing a folding box spring, or trying an unorthodox solution.


How Can Someone Move a Box Spring Mattress That Does Not Fit Upstairs? Box spring mattresses that are bulky and inflexible may not easily fit up a narrow staircase and can be temporarily folded in half by cutting two of the box spring's rails.


Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to cut and fold, and then fix, a rigid box spring. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps...


How to move the bed. Taking a bed apart is pretty straightforward. First, wash and pack all bed linens, pillows, blankets and comforters. Once these are packed up and the bed is stripped down, pack the mattress and box spring into their appropriate mattress bags for protection.


The second suggestion is to remove an upstairs window, casing and all. Be sure to measure the window and the bed before you start to be sure the bed will fit through. If it will fit, just find a way to get the mattress and box spring up to and through the window, and you are all set.


How to fold your box spring to fit it through tight places. ... full-size, recycled box spring upstairs. Yay! ... How to Move a Mattress ...


Cutting and Folding a Box Spring: One of the most frustrating things when moving into a new apartment or house is trying to get those awkward pieces of furniture up the stairs. Box springs are the worst; they are bulky and inflexible, and it's just plain impossible to get them ar...


Ways To Move Queen Mattress & Bed. Erin Reid from Garrett’s Moving Company explains that there are a lot of variables when it comes to moving a queen size bed. It really makes a difference if we are talking about just a mattress, frame, and box spring – then, the move can be done by yourself.


Phew! Sadly, I was mistaken. After getting the mattress upstairs, we went to move up the box spring. And then the grunting, cursing and wall-damaging began. I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with moving a box spring that's just too big for the stairwell it's slated to go up, and how they got around that problem.


Even though it is bulky, a mattress is somewhat flexible, lessening the difficulty of this part of the move. Unless you're moving a crib mattress, though, getting a mattress upstairs by yourself is too burdensome. Enlist help, pay attention to your surroundings, and keep you and your assistant's safety in mind.