Digital Air Beds


MSRP  $3349, Buy Now For  $2199

  • Our 11" Firmer, More Resilient Model
  • Excellent For Back & Stomach Sleepers
  • Two Identical 2" Layers of  20 ILD Support Foam Resists Compression & Rutting
  • Piston Pump System
  • Exclusive Channel Quilt Bamboo Outer Cover
  • Independent Dual Remotes With LED Display
  • Assembled And Ships From Baltimore, USA
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty With 2 Year Full Replacement On All Components
  • 365-Day No Questions Asked Trial Period
  • No Mystery Foams Or Useless Filler Layers
  • Become An Air Bed Expert here

MSRP  $3449, Buy Now For $2299

  • 11" Height with Medium Softness Level
  • Excellent For Back,Side, & Stomach Sleepers
  • Pressure Point Relief, Resists Compression
  • 2" Layer of 4lb Premium Memory Foam
  • 2" Layer of 20 ILD Support Foam for Support & Spine Alignment
  • Piston Pump System
  • Exclusive Channel Quilt Bamboo Outer Cover
  • Independent Dual Remotes With LED Display
  • Assembles And Ships From Baltimore, USA
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty With 2 Year Full Replacement On All Components
  • 365-Day No Questions Asked Trial Period
  • No Mystery Foams Or Useless Filler Layers
  • Become An Air Bed Expert here

MSRP  $3649, Buy Now For $2499 

  • Our Most Popular 11" Air Bed System
  • Excellent For Any Kind Of Sleep Position
  • Buoyant Support Makes Turning Effortless
  • 2" Layer of Natural Talalay Latex
  • 2" Layer of 4lb Premium Memory Foam
  • Piston Pump System
  • Exclusive Channel Quilt Bamboo Outer Cover
  • Independent Dual Remotes With LED Display
  • Assembled And Ships From Baltimore, USA
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty With 2 Year Full Replacement On All Components
  • 365-Day No Questions Asked Trial Period
  • Our Best Suggestion For Pressure Point Relief
  • No Mystery Foams Or Useless Filler Layers
  • Become An Air Bed Expert here

Arise Digital Air Bed


Arise Digital Air Bed


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Twin 39×75, Twin Long 38×80, Full 54×75, Queen 60×80, King 76×80, Cal. King 72×84, Split Queen 30×80 (2pc), Split King 38×80 (2pc), Split Cal. King 36×84 (2pc)

Aloft Digital Air Bed


Aloft Digital Air Bed


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Twin 39×75, Twin Long 38×80, Full 54×75, Queen 60×80, King 76×80, Cal. King 72×84, Split Queen 30×80 (2pc), Split King 38×80 (2pc), Split Cal. King 36×84 (2pc)

Ascend Digital Air Bed


Ascend Digital Air Bed


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Twin 39×75, Twin Long 38×80, Full 54×75, Queen 60×80, King 76×80, Cal. King 72×84, Split Queen 30×80 (2pc), Split King 38×80 (2pc), Split Cal. King 36×84 (2pc)

"Both Courtney and Mark have been terrific with customer service thus far. I am very happy that I chose to buy my Air Bed through Habitat Furnishings and I am thoroughly enjoying my new mattress."
Angela C.

An Outstanding Digital Air Bed System, Refined By Thousands Of Satisfied Users

We’ve Sold Thousands Of Our Bench Built Adjustable Air Beds With Our Luxurious Hand Picked Comfort Layers, An Advanced Piston Drive Pump System, And Our “Sleeps Cool” Bamboo Outer Covering- You Get Sumptuous Luxury, A Product Assembled In The USA!

Like most mattresses, air beds can be over priced. The reality is that most digital air beds are simplistically designed, and are modular, making it easy to remove certain components as needed over the lifespan of the bed, rather than having to pay for an entirely new mattress.

Consider this: an Air Bed is really made up of a few necessary components, which include the air bladder, a pump, some foam rails around the air bladder to help support it and provide shape, the outer quilted top, and a remote control. Basically, 5 ingredients. We’re not talking about a car, here, or is it just us?

A Premium Line Of Air Beds That Deliver Amazing Comfort At A Reasonable Price

We’ve been in the specialty bedding business since 1994, and spent more than 2 years researching and developing our very first Habitat Air Bed System. Our one model lineup has now grown to three distinctively unique fully adjustable air beds.

We discovered that unless you use premium materials, and understand the science behind creating a great recipe for a flotation style mattress, including the appropriate air controller system, air chambers, and the outer fabric covering, it's easy to wind up with a bed that customers simply won't be thrilled with.

We’d like to share with you how we custom hand-craft three Air Beds that are well thought out, built with support, comfort, durability, and adjustability in mind, and then back them up with a bullet-proof  warranty and 365 Day Trial Period.

The Average Mattress Is Expensive and You Would Be Surprised at What’s Hidden Inside

Most manufacturers of mattresses in general, don’t want the customer to see what’s inside their beds. Next time you’re in a mattress store, ask a salesperson to describe to you, or show you, what’s under the outer cover.

Chances are, if you got into details about foam density, or even what kind of foam layers and support materials were in the mattresses they sold, they likely wouldn’t be able to answer your question without handing you some brochures.

Quite honestly, many manufacturers of mattresses in general have a poor understanding of mattress design and engineering, and even when a mattress engineer designs a decent mattress, they are often faced with choosing between quality, comfort, and economics to build a bed that can be sold at an affordable price, due to the crushing overhead required to make a profit. So, the consumer loses out on durability, the best possible support, and the sumptuous comfort they feel they are paying for.

Mattress making in general can be a nefarious business. Often, manufacturers will intentionally add “filler material” and “fill layers” using cheap foams, and even layers of compressed  melted plastic and shredded garment fiber, used simply to give added height to the mattress, serving no practical purpose to make the bed more comfortable- or durable. Consumers are accustomed to looking at the outside of a mattress and are willing to pay for curb appeal rather than what’s inside.

So, we wanted to build a line of digital air beds that we were excited about, and we were eager to build them from the ground up, putting our experience in the specialty bedding industry to the test. After all, we had twenty years of “in the trenches” experience working with hundreds of unique bedding materials and components, and all along, our mission and mantra has been to listen to customers tell us what they felt a great bed really needed.

What that means is, we built an Air Bed lineup based on feedback from thousands of customers. Each bed we built would have ingredients that had a specific purpose and added comfort and support to the mattress. We did this with our very first model. After shipping about 1,000 mattresses or so, we asked our owners to give us their feedback, their own personal experiences and suggestions about our air bed, and what they would do to improve upon them. The end result was a major modification to our initial design, and the addition of two more beds, to offer a broader appeal to customers with specific issues.

      Our Goal Was To Offer A Line of Air Beds Using the Finest Components

We've researched Air Beds thoroughly, approaching the design of our own models with a solid understanding of the technology involved. But more importantly, we wanted to hand pick the most comfortable and beneficial ingredients we could find using all of our resources.

We partnered with a company in Baltimore, Maryland, who has been building water beds- the original flotation mattress concept- for over 35 years. We built upon their original design using a supportive yet comfortable edge system, a breathable exterior fabric that allows the mattress to breathe and sleep cooler, and then combining their technology with our foam and components expertise.

We researched highly specialized foam layers that would work in symphony with one another to create support, pressure point reduction, effective weight distribution, and cushiness, all in sync with the adjustability that an air bed system should offer.

The end result was to be able to offer up an extraordinary line of Air Bed Systems that our customers would truly appreciate. We wanted to build our beds with enough cherry picked ingredients and features to make it extraordinarily comfortable- but practical, and most importantly, offer them at an affordable price. Bottom line, we wanted to create Air Beds that have so much “Ahhhh” factor that you can’t wait to climb into bed at night…offered up at a price that will make you sleep soundly. In fact, we have sold thousands of our three Air Bed models, each assembled by hand right here in the USA, at our factory in Baltimore, MD.


With Our Air Beds You Get The Best Components and a 365 Night Money Back Trial

We also wanted to be able to back up the product with both a generous return policy and a solid warranty. Our Air Beds are absolutely not sold in stores. We sell them here, on our web site only. We design and build our own Air Beds. By shipping factory direct, we've eliminated costs like rent, payroll, insurance, air conditioning, and on and on. Costs that typically are passed on to the consumer.

Not only will you get an Air Bed owned by thousands of very satisfied customers, you’ll also get a whole lot more for your money, compared to other kinds of mattresses out there.  You’ll get everything you want from an Air Bed, including the dual adjustability on Queen, King, and California King models, a luxurious, buoyant sensation, with great, therapeutic support and pressure point reduction qualities.

We’ll even offer three foundation or base alternatives, or you can use a foundation you already have provided it is firm and resilient.

We think you’ll find that our Arise, Aloft and Ascend Air Beds are the most comfortable Air Beds you’ll ever sleep on, providing restorative, rejuvenating, deep sleep!

Watch our videos and get some great insight into how we build our bed…from the ground up. You’ll get an unbeatable price, a 365 Night trial period, a solid 20 Year Factory Warranty, Great Customer Service from a dedicated company who uses the products we sell. Shipping is also absolutely free, and we do not charge sales tax if you do not live in Louisiana (our sales center is headquartered in the New Orleans area).


How We Designed Our Habitat Arise, Aloft,and Ascend Air Bed Systems

The Air Chambers: Fabric Backed Natural Rubber Allows Full Range Of Flexibility

If you’re strongly considering an Air Bed, and you’ve looked at  other manufacturers, it’s a bit overwhelming and often almost impossible to determine what you’re actually getting for your money. We think we’ve changed that, and if you read on, you’ll soon realize you don’t have to be an engineer, or have a background in hydraulics to make an educated purchase.

In a nutshell, the two most important ingredients in any well crafted Air Bed are the air chambers, which are the inflatable mattress components of the bed that provide the unique, buoyant support of an Air Bed, allowing you to adjust the firmness or softness of the mattress, and the pump system, which controls the air flow into the air chambers.

We spent a lot of time studying materials used in the fabrication of air chambers, which are of course, the heart of an air bed, and discovered that there are a wide variety of materials used in their fabrication, including Natural Rubber, PVC (polyvinylchloride, a strong plastic used for plumbing pipes, etc.), Urethane (more or less, synthetic plasticized rubber), and Nylon.

While many competing air bed manufacturers claim that materials such as Urethane, Nylon, and PVC are the state of the art material of choice, when we tested them side by side, we confirmed what the leading brand’s bedding engineers already knew. Natural rubber air chambers, with a tightly woven fabric backing for structural support, felt more elastic, and offered a far more giving and “cushy” feel, both at firmer settings as well as at softer settings while still being resilient. You don’t feel like you’re swimming on your mattress, because of the  flexibility of latex rubber air chambers vs. synthetic, plasticized materials.


Also, natural rubber doesn’t bottom out or feel “mushy” at softer settings, compared to the stiffer synthetic materials, and provided the best weight distribution and pressure point reduction, which is critical when you are considering the flotation benefits only an Air Bed can offer.

Don’t Get Baffled By “Baffles”!        

Another consideration when shopping for air beds that can be confusing is the concept of “multiple air chambers” and “baffling”, or compartmentalized areas within the air chambers, which assist in evenly distributing the air flow. Some manufacturers often try to convince you that the more complex the air chamber design is, the more comfortable they must be.

We test drove numerous air chambers with both simplistic designs, and more complex, so-called “zoned” air chambers. When filled to proper pressure offering a good, supportive level of comfort, it was really hard to tell the difference. Quickly we learned that, to buy a really good air bed, you did not have to spend as much time laboring over multi-chambered bladders and baffles vs. single chambered, less complex bladders.

Also, it’s important to remember that the fewer baffles there are in an air bed bladder, the less adhesive materials will be used at the seams and along surface edges, which means less likelihood of leaks down the road.

Admittedly though, we found that some baffling to facilitate air movement is a good thing, since it genuinely helps distribute air more evenly, resulting in more uniform support. For example, whether you sat on the edge of the bed, or laid on your side in the middle, we observed that air is more effectively distributed to enable the air chambers to maintain their shape and elasticity, when a moderate amount of baffling is present.

The baffling is created by building in very simple gussets, or walls, that run from head to foot in the air bladders, keeping the bladders from expanding vertically when filled, to maintain the shape of the air bladder, so that you don’t end up rolling to the center or outside of the mattress.

The Pump: Heart And Lungs Of An Air Bed

Probably the most critical component of an adjustable Air Bed system is the pump used to control air flow, and the remote controls attached to the pump.

Fortunately, most air bed manufacturing companies today offer fairly robust pumps, since pump complaints involving leaky valves and fittings are something air bed manufacturers quickly have figured out and addressed over the last several years, and they don’t want to be in the business of replacing pumps.

As a result, most pumps are computerized, and have self-limiting features built into them to prevent overheating, dramatically increasing their lifespan, capable of lasting for decades. The key things to look for are quick disconnect fittings, which make it easy to connect and relocate, well muffled or quieter pumps, an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) rating, and a long electrical cord with ground connector. Also, the pump should be freestanding, not built into the bed as in some suppliers, to allow for good ventilation.

With all three of our air bed models, we utilize a pump system engineered and built by a company that designs pumps that has been battlefield tested in thousands of households, designed to resist attacks of every kind- vacuum cleaner collisions, curious kids, over-zealous moving men, anything you can imagine. Built with a beefy unbreakable outer housing, heavier air hose connection nozzles, and air chamber hoses that are outfitted with the best pneumatic connectors  in the business. It’s a highly robust, sturdy and fully sealed system designed for extreme lifespan and durability. It features quick disconnect fittings, marine rated O-ring seals, so that when you pump up your bed, it stays inflated.

Its almost mesmerizing sound is not disturbing or alarming, built to fill our air chambers quickly, and is designed for years and years of reliable use.

Hardwired Digital Remotes That Can’t Get Lost And Never Need New Batteries

Our advanced pump and remote control system is simplistically designed to be user friendly and quiet. The piston design enables the pump to be muffled and almost soothing when it operates. Each remote control is hard wired, so you don't have to replace batteries, and you won't accidentally carry your remote into another room, only for it to be lost in the great sea of remote controls we all have.

There is an "auto-fill" button, which allows you to fill your air chambers to maximum inflation, especially convenient when you setup your Habitat Air Bed System. There is a memory setting button as well, allowing you to set the comfort level on your side of the bed at your perfect "sweet spot". The remote controls offer an easy to read, soft blue backlit LED screen.

Side Rails And Perimeter Support Foam - The Hidden Secret To A Great Air Bed    

One of the inherent design flaws of many Air Beds, is the tendency for the sides of the bed to “bow out”, or flex outward when weight is applied to the bed, especially near the center where the two air chambers meet. This results in a “caving in” or sinking sensation between the two air bladders as they separate, and is a common complaint with customers.

The solution: a unique perimeter support rail system, which essentially wraps around the entire bed. Since our Air Bed uses a softer rubber air chamber design, at the edge where the chambers meet the foam side rails, there is no discernible transition between surfaces, which creates a smooth continuous feel across the entire surface of the bed. The foam rails are precisely designed to allow for supportive and comfortable edge sitting, while at the same time, offering proper support for the comfort  layers above the air chambers, at all points around the edge of the bed.

In addition, to prevent separation of the bladders and the resulting “caved in” sensation in the middle of the Air Bed, the side support rails we used in our unique design are connected head to foot, and side to side with a specialized “tensioning” fabric, which prevents the rails from bowing outward, eliminating that sinking and “caving-in” feeling.The tension created between opposite side rails by the connecting fabric layer eliminates the bowing out problem, preventing separation between air bladders… so that you won’t disappear between them.

It's What’s Inside That Sets Our Air Beds Apart Making Them Astonishingly Comfortable

Since we’ve been in the bedding business for 23 years, we know what it takes to create a great “finished feel” when it comes to designing a mattress. It’s no different with an Air Bed, because the right chemistry of materials immediately above the air bladder can greatly accentuate and compliment the overall perception of the mattress, greatly enhancing the adjustability factor offered by the air bladders.

If the quality of the materials on top of the air bladder is inadequate, then you’re not taking advantage of the “accumulated” effect of all of the components of the mattress, which should be wonderfully comfortable and buoyant, especially with an Air Bed, with a great range of adjustability.The quality of the materials used in our support layers under the quilted outer top was of paramount importance, and in the end, is what makes both of our Air Bed models astonishingly comfortable. Skimping on the quality of our foam support layers was something just not in our nature.

However, because we sell our own Air Beds factory direct to the consumer,  we can build an affordable air bed with what we believe to be superior components.  And even though we offer only three models, which makes choosing the right Air Bed for you much easier, we wanted to make sure, for example, that all three of our Air Bed systems were built on the same “chassis”, meaning all models would have the same foam edge system,  the same piston pump, remote controls, and fabric backed vulcanized rubber air chambers,  and feature our cushy, channel quilted bamboo outer cover,  designed using a proprietary process which provides an all natural fiber but with the yielding and giving qualities of a flexible material.

All three models feature our premium high density foam side rail support system, as well as our 1″ high density foam support layer underneath the air bladders. Our three air bed models, built on the same foundation of quality, offer numerous great options to consider, at three affordable and realistic price points.

Our Arise® Air Bed model, for example, features two separate layers of a specialized layer of high resiliency foam, a total of 4", which is very supportive and resilient, but also has plenty of give and "cushiness" to it, and since it is a more simplistically designed model, keeps the cost down without sacrificing comfort. We spent a full six months searching this highly specialized foam for our Arise® system, and when we literally stumbled upon it, we knew we had just the right ingredient for a down to earth priced Air Bed system that was astonishingly comfortable and more resilient and supportive. It is a slightly firmer bed than our Ascend®model, and provides resilient support without that sinking sensation.  Also, if you prefer a firmer mattress in general, and are primarily a back sleeper, it is the most popular choice.

Habitat Furnishings Arise Digital Air Bed System

Our Aloft® model features a perfectly designed air bed system that offers both pressure point reduction and excellent subtle immersion qualities, allowing side sleepers and back sleepers alike to experience deep restorative sleep, without having to dig your way out of a hole every time you need to turn. It offers the benefit of a premium layer of 4lb. density memory foam, instead of typical 3 lb. density foam, which does not have the lifespan or durability of a higher quality memory foam layer. In addition, a supportive yet yielding layer of 2.2 lb high density foam provides support and complements the pressure relieving qualities of the memory foam. Like all three of our models, the Aloft features our perimeter foam rail system which is covered to the edge with all of our foam layers, making transfer or sitting on the edge of the mattress easy and comfortable.

Habitat Furnishings Aloft Air Bed System

Our Ascend® model, which is our up-scale, and most popular Air Bed System, offers an over the top feel when it comes to comfort, support, and “plush” factor. Immediately below our bamboo quilted top cover, you can configure the mattress using either the 2" pure latex layer or our 2" 4lb density  memory foam layer as your top comfort layer. Our pure latex layer is made using a premium Talalay latex, which offers a buoyant, floating sensation. Most Ascend owners tend to place the latex layer above the memory foam layer (see the assembly video farther up the page). And, since we use a 4 lb density memory foam layer, it provides a nice cushy and inviting feel while offering excellent pressure point reduction and weight distribution qualities. It is also a higher quality variety of memory foam, and will not bottom out or pack down like cheaper memory foam, such as the kind used in topper pads sold in big box retail stores. Our memory foam layer can be positioned right beneath our quilted top section so that it is close to your body, where it will offer the most benefit, since memory foam performs best when not buried deep within a mattress.

Habitat Furnishings Ascend Digital Air Bed System

When we designed our Ascend® model, we also knew that you can’t just toss in a layer of memory foam and expect an Air Bed to take your breath away, or make you sigh in delight.For additional support and cushiness, and a wonderful, plusher feel, we positioned our memory foam layer right on top of a layer of 100% Natural Latex. Using Natural Latex, instead of synthetic latex, adds an element of heightened responsiveness and “cush factor” to the bed, and quite honestly, is what makes our Ascend® model so radically different from any other mattress, let alone any Air Bed.

Natural Latex allows you to stay on top of the bed, rather than feeling like you are “swallowed whole”, and adds a highly responsive, buoyant sensation, that no other embellishment can offer. You can position the Natural Latex layer either under the memory foam if you like a body conforming feel, but if you tend to sleep warm, and like a more elastic, lively feel, place the latex layer above the memory foam layer. The memory foam layer will still offer body conforming qualities, but with a more subtle action.


The end result with our Ascend model, is a plusher, livelier mattress with excellent support, especially if you are a side sleeper.  Having the option of switching out the position of the layers of memory foam and Natural Latex, if you choose, gives you much more “tweakability” or variation in the feel of an air bed, too. This ability to customize our Ascend bed, is what makes it our most popular model, by far. For  plush factor and luxuriousness in an Air Bed, and more ways to customize the feel to your own needs, our Ascend®model can’t be beat. But, if you like a firmer bed, are primarily a back sleeper, but you still want a wonderfully comfortable Air Bed built with quality materials, check out our Arise® Air Bed and read more below about specific details.

   Our Channel Quilted Bamboo Top Cover

When you’re talking about comfort and mattresses in general, perhaps the most important consideration is what’s on top…the icing on the cake if you will. Our unique channel quilted bamboo top cover, is included in all three of our Air Bed models. The unique sensation created by all of our support layers work in concert with our air chamber system, providing the astonishing comfort offered only by our proprietary design.

Our quilted channel top bamboo cover offers superior air distribution and ventilation, keeping the mattress cool, and allows the foam layers beneath to properly stretch, flex, and respond to body formations, offering additional softness and “cush” factor to the top of the bed, which is great for both back and side sleepers. If you’re a hot sleeper, like many of us here on the Habitat team, Bamboo is a great fiber to sleep on, being cooler, less dense, and more breathable.

We Back Up Our Air Beds With A 365 Night Trial And Solid 20 Year Limited Factory Warranty

We spent almost two years researching various Air Bed manufacturers and Air Bed component suppliers to find what we believed was the most seasoned and driven company in the industry to custom build our Air Bed Systems. We wanted to partner with a company that was grounded in the flotation bedding industry, meaning that their focus was more on engineering and a robust understanding of bedding materials, than promotion and marketing.

Partnering with our team in Baltimore, United States WaterMattress, Inc., a business with a history of innovation in flotation bed systems, with a tremendous eye for detail and quality engineering and workmanship. They understood our concept and our three unique designs, and we wanted to get the most experienced team of flotation bedding experts directly involved with our program.

Our Baltimore team worked with our designers to engineer and build our Air Beds to our exacting specifications and requirements. Your Habitat Air Bed System arrives in one box with U.S. WaterMattress markings, the signature of quality of an Air Bed manufactured by our hand picked experts, with 35 years of experience engineering flotation bedding systems.

Finally, our secret. We build our beds one at a time, assembled by hand in the USA, by obtaining all of our components from a variety of resources, carefully selected, not just relying on one convenient resource. It’s a lot of work, but the end result is a quality bed built with ingredients that will deliver comfort and durability, for many years to come. Because we have been in the specialty bedding business since 1994, we have many unique sources for quality materials unavailable to most manufacturers.

We’re not buying bulk quantities of discounted foams that are imported in containers and not scrutinized or periodically given the once over by our team. Every piece of hand selected foam layers, pump and air chamber sets, bamboo fabric, foam rail sets, and all other ingredients are physically inspected as they are hand packaged and placed in your box.

We like the fact that cutting edge technology can be accessible to our customers at a reasonable price using the best materials available, and we are proud to offer our “custom crafted” air bed to you. The Habitat Arise®, Habitat Aloft®, and Habitat Ascend® Air Bed Systems are available only through our web site, and you will not find them in retail stores anywhere.

Since we ship factory direct only, we can offer the 365 Night Trial period, as well as absolutely free shipping. And, if you are not completely satisfied with our product for any reason during this trial period, you can return it, no questions asked, for a modest $99 return ship fee.


How The Ascend, Aloft and Arise Air Bed System Ships and Assembles

Your Habitat Arise, Aloft, or Ascend Air Bed System arrives Ready To Assemble, with Quick Set Up Instructions. You can move the boxes directly into your bedroom, where you can open them and remove the components, and assemble the bed on your existing solid top foundation or one of three foundation options shown below.

Assembly is easy, takes about 15-20 minutes. Follow along on our Assembly video tutorial found below, and use the included inventory sheet and setup instructions shipped with the system.

Approximate ship time from the day you place the order averages 10-14 calendar days from the day you place your order. And again, each Air Bed we sell is custom made to our own specifications, designed for maximum comfort and ease of assembly. You will receive an email with your tracking number so you can prepare for arrival.

Immediately after placing your order online, you will also receive an email confirmation with care instructions, detailed delivery information, and other information. Since we use a Premium Freight Delivery Service, you will receive a phone call to pre-schedule a delivery appointment.

 Get The Mattress By Itself or With A Foundation

We often get asked by our customers whether they should buy an Air Bed mattress by itself or whether they need to get it as a complete set with a foundation. An Air Bed requires a firm, resilient surface, and many older “box spring” style foundations simply don’t offer the proper support. Obviously, if you’re changing sizes, you’ll need a new foundation.

Here’s out best advice: If your existing foundation (or solid top, rigid foundation or “box spring”) is fairly new (less than 5 – 7 years old) and has a supportive, firm surface, you should be able to save a bit and just buy the mattress by itself. To test whether your current foundation is still up to snuff, take off your existing mattress and stand in the center of the foundation. If it does not depress or indent more than one inch, it is perfectly acceptable. We also offer a matching set of foundations designed specifically for our Habitat Air Bed Systems.

These foundations are crafted using Black Spruce by an Amish cooperative in Pennsylvania, and the frames are brought to our factory in Baltimore where they are fully upholstered. They’re hand crafted to last a lifetime, and carry the same 20 year warranty that our Air Bed systems do, and will not compress, indent, or form ruts.

A Foundation System For Your Air Bed That Is Hand Crafted And Designed to Last



If you choose to order our Habitat Air Bed Premium Foundation, they arrive in one box, and in twin and twin long sizes, there is one piece. In all other sizes, including full, queen, king, and California king, they are in two split pieces that fit side by side on your existing metal or wooden bed, headboard and footboard set, and they are 8″ in height. The overall height of an Airbed and foundation set would be 19″.

Looking for a platform style setup, don’t have a metal or wood bed base, and want some storage underneath your mattress? Our Euro Bed Base is a great option, made of tube steel, and using an adjustable deck type panel system, it will support up to 3400 lbs. in a King or Cal king version. The Euro Bed Base system is 12″ tall, and offers a huge amount of storage space underneath. A 12″ bed skirt can be used to conceal the base and your stored items, giving it a conventional, tailored look.


An Adjustable Base Option That Gives You The Ultimate Sleep Experience


You can also use our Habitat Air Bed systems with certain adjustable bases, like the Leggett and Platt Systems that we offer here on our site. Should you order the adjustable base at the same time with our Air Beds, the beds siderails are notched acccordingly so that the mattress properly articulates with the adjustable bases, allowing for a broader and better range of motion. Give us a call if you’d like to learn more about our adjustable base option.



Rock Solid Business Reputation and Secure Online Ordering

Habitat Furnishings has 20 years of retail bedding industry experience . We have a BBB A+ rating, and have been a member of the BBB since 2003 and participated in the BBB Online Reliability Program since 2003 as well. In all this time there has never been a single unresolved issue or question filed with the BBB about Habitat Furnishings. We also are rated 4.5 stars or higher on the Yelp 3rd party review site, and if you like, Google the reviews by searching for Habitat Furnishings Air Bed Yelp Reviews.