By Roger Hazard
Hi, I'm Chris with Roger & Chris, and I'm here today to answer an important question. Can I get a Chesterfield sofa that's a sleeper also?
The answer is yes, we make 'em. We make them in two different sizes for a full mattress it fits in our 85 inch Chesterield frame, our Higgins frame. For a queen mattress, it fits in the 96. We use a really special type of sleeper mechanism, from a company called Leggett and Platt.
They're made here in the states and they are designed to be really tough. These are designed to be used in hospitality environments, high traffic settings where they would get a lot of use. So they're very durable, well built. They have a recessed bar that avoids that un-pleasant painful, middle of the back pain point that is notorious for sleeper sofas. Don't have to worry about that.
We offer three different types of mattresses too, giving varying levels of comfort and convenience depending on what you are looking for.
Yes we can make them. They look exactly like a regular Chesterfield sofa, you wouldn't even know, unless you really look closely at it that it is a sleeper. It's a pretty cool piece.
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