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Why Choose and Trust Electramatic Adjustable Beds at Dominion Comfort Zone?
Originally started as Dominion Therapy in 1976.
We prefer to use Only Leggett and Platt base equipment. Unfortunately they have stopped selling SPLIT QUEEN and we know you want them so we had them made for us. We now have Canada’s only split queen and warranty it as well as Leggett and Platt does.
About Leggett & Platt®
With over 130 years of experience helping people sleep better and more bedding technology patents than anyone else in the world, Leggett & Platt® is the leading innovator in the sleep industry. The firm was founded in 1883, and consists of 17 business units, 20,000 employee-partners, and 130 manufacturing facilities located in 19 countries.
Our adjustable bases have been designed and assembled proudly in the USA and Canada for over 42 years. We stand by our products, which is why we back our adjustable bases with a 1-3-25 warranty. Have peace of mind knowing that you can offer your customers the largest warranty support network in the industry, complete with a dedicated call center and nationwide network of in-home service technicians.
We are the Adjustable Bed People. No Chairs, No Vibration Units.
In home service can be very costly and because of this we always strives to provide nothing but the best products available.
Create a custom adjustable bed base from top to bottom, and get ultimate comfort and quality.
The Custom Choice Collection™ from Leggett & Platt Adjustable Bed Group lets you design a customized product line of adjustable bases from a wide variety of gorgeous color and style options and unique features like USB ports and under-bed lighting. These bases are proudly designed and assembled in the USA and Canada, so you can offer your customers the peace of mind that comes with North American quality.
More about Leggett and Platt’s History
In 1883 in Carthage, Missouri, J.P. Leggett developed a new type of bed spring consisting of single cone spring wire coils, formed and interlaced, then mounted on a wood slat base. The bed spring could then be used as a base for the then-popular cotton, feather or horsehair mattresses. Needing expertise in manufacturing and production, he recruited his soon-to-be brother-in-law, C.B. Platt, whose father owned and operated Platt Plow Works, into the partnership. Together, they produced the components of their Leggett & Platt bed spring, which was patented in 1885.
The Carthage market for their new product was very limited. To expand the market to a wider region, Mr. Platt and George Leggett, brother of J. P. Leggett, would load a horse-drawn wagon with bed springs and travel to surrounding communities. Often, to conserve space, they would load the springs and slats separately into the wagon and assemble them in a store or on an adjacent sidewalk. The partnership prospered, and the business was incorporated in 1901.
The company built its first factory and offices in Carthage in 1895. The workforce at that time consisted of the two partners and five employees. Soon after completion of the Carthage plant, a second factory was built in Louisville, Kentucky. During the next 50 years, three more factories were built. Demand for the company’s improved bed springs was rising, and a second plant was built in Carthage in 1925. The new, much larger plant was located next to a railroad to allow for expanded shipments of products and supplies. In 1942, an additional factory was built in Winchester, Kentucky, which was subsequently consolidated with the Louisville plant. For some time, Texas had proven to be a main market outlet, and in 1947, a major factory was built in Ennis, Texas. By 1947, Leggett & Platt consisted of 4 plants and 500 employees.
Although available in various models and continuously improved upon, bedsprings were practically the only product Leggett & Platt offered until 1933. However, in that year the company began to manufacture springs for inner spring mattresses, which were relatively new products in the industry and growing in popularity. Thereafter, the company slowly began to diversify its products within the bedding industry by producing rollaway beds and folding metal cots, along with bed frames and bed rails.
In 1960, Harry M. Cornell Jr., J.P. Leggett’s grandson, was elected President and CEO of the company, taking over for his father (who was Mr. Leggett’s son-in-law). The company’s total sales in 1960 were approximately $7 million from three states – Kentucky, Texas and Missouri. Determining the course and future of the company became management’s primary objective. Following an extensive evaluation of the company and its potential, Mr. Cornell and his management partners concluded that Leggett & Platt’s best opportunities for profitable growth lay in a strategy of specializing in manufacturing, marketing, and distributing a broad and growing line of components and related products, first nationally and eventually on a world-wide basis. Key drivers of future sales and earnings would include aggressive internal growth initiatives, coupled with an active and ongoing acquisition program.
Even greater success followed, and Leggett & Platt became known as “the components people.” Leggett & Platt stock was first traded over the counter in 1967. Twelve years later, on June 25, 1979, top management was present in New York City to witness the stock’s first day listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In 1985, Leggett & Platt grew into the Fortune 500 list of the largest U.S.-based manufacturing companies. In 1999, the company became part of the S&P 500 Index.
Today, Leggett & Platt has 130 manufacturing facilities in 19 countries.