Q: Do I need a new sofa? or new cushions? or furniture risers?

A:  If you like your sofa but it is too low, you don’t need a new one.  Furniture risers are a simple and affordable alternative to replacing your sofa.  Also, if the cushions are worn out and need to be replaced, then replace the cushions before getting the furniture risers.  This is because the lift
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Q: If the riser top pocket is too big, will my sofa slide around inside the pocket?

A:  Probably not.  If the sofa doesn’t slide around on a wood floor, it probably won’t slide around in a riser pocket. The image below shows a bed leg the is inside a riser pocket.  This riser pocket is larger than the shown bed leg, but the bed does not slide.  At Furniture Risers, we
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Q: My furniture legs are an odd shape. How do I raise them?

A:  Many furniture legs are not simply square and straight.  Many antique furniture legs taper out wider as they go up higher.  To add furniture risers from FurnitureRisers.com measure 3/4″” from the floor up the leg and the widest measurement will determine the pocket size.  For example, if the furniture leg is 3″x3″ on the floor,
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Q: My antique furniture and bed are too low. Do I need risers?

A: Yes. Antique furniture is uniquely beautiful and often has important sentimental value.  Standard furniture heights are higher today and antique furniture is often too low making those old chairs, beds and sofas a problem when standing up.  Risers can correct that height and beautiful risers from FurnitureRisers.com will match the beauty of the antique
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Q: What is the single biggest mistake when buying furniture and bed risers.

A: The one single biggest mistake people make when buying risers is in selecting the correct riser size.  To prevent this mistake, get on the floor and measure the bottom of the furniture or bed leg with a ruler.  Then buy a risers that fits those legs.  I hope that helps.  Feel free to call
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Q: What about raising hospital beds? adjustable beds?

A; We recently made risers for several hospital beds at a large hospital.  These hospital beds were large, heavy and had four sets of wheels.  The patients required the head to be raised for medical reasons and our heavy-duty risers were made to fit perfectly.  The riser pockets were 10″ x 3″ inside dimensions with
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