Yes. First raise your bed’s head section all the way up, then lower your bed’s foot section flat. You should be able to easily slide your legs to the floor while still having the support of your Transfer Master bed.
In most cases, insurance does not cover hi-low adjustable beds. We recommend working with your local DME provider if you believe that you have valid insurance coverage. Transfer Master does not submit claims to Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurances and we do not work with any state Medicaid programs.
Many of our adjustable hospital beds are approximately the same dimensions as the most common bed sizes, so there is usually no need for specialty size sheets on a Transfer Master bed. In the event you have purchased an 84″ Long Bed, we can supply you with a name and number of a company that specializes in custom size bedding.
Yes. We suggest turning the mattress on your Transfer Master bed in order to extend the life of the mattress and to insure that it wears uniformly. We recommend that you turn the mattress on your Transfer Master bed four times a year – Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter but for better results rotate monthly.
Yes. Lower the head, back, and leg section in the down position on your Transfer Master adjustable hospital bed when not in use. We recommend applying Silicone Spray in the pivot points of your bed every 4-6 months.
Yes. Our Rehab line beds (standard and heavy duty) support voice-activated Environmental Control Units (ECUs), including Google Home, Amazon Echo. Our Supernal line currently does not support voice control.
No. The Transfer Master electric adjustable beds use standard, grounded, household outlets and require very little electricity. We strongly suggest that you do not plug your electric bed into an extension cord.
Yes. Transfer Master does ship its products, including all beds, to authorized dealers in Canada.
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Yes, with a few exceptions, all of our components are made in the USA. We design and manufacture everything else in the USA, all our beds are final assembled in our factory in Postville, Iowa.
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