Before You Shop For Your Mattress
Finding the right mattress is an important step in creating your overall sleep solution. The right mattress depends on a variety of factors: how you sleep, health issues, support preference and much more. Here are a few things to think about prior to shopping for a new bed:
Consider your Likes & Dislikes:Think about your current mattress and what you like or dislike about it. If you don’t like your mattress now, think back to a time when you did. What made you enjoy sleeping on it? Also, think about the most comfortable mattress you have ever slept on. What made you love that bed and get a good night’s sleep?
Determine Mattress Lifetime:Decide how long you plan to keep your new mattress set. Sometimes upgrading to a longer-lasting mattress will save you more money in the long run. If you plan to keep your mattress set for a while, think about where you will be in the next few years and consider possible life and health changes.
Contact Us for Help:We encourage you to research your mattress choices, but understand that it may have been a while since your last mattress purchase. Our sleep specialists are here to help and are only a chat, phone call or store visit away. Our sleep specialists can help you navigate a sea of mattresses and find the perfect fit for a better night’s sleep. Plus, our 100-Day Money Back Guarantee ensures that you’ll be completely satisfied. If you decide your new mattress isn’t right for you, we’ll help you select a new one or provide you with a full refund—even up to 100 days after delivery*!
Types of Mattresses
Traditional innerspring mattresses provide uncompromising support. Innerspring mattresses feature coils that deliver comfort and durability for years.
Tempur-Pedic mattresses are designed to help you relax and sleep better, so you wake up more refreshed. Tempur-Pedic material adapts to your exact shape and weight, so whether you sleep on your back, side or stomach, your body is supported.
Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory Foam is denser than a foam mattress but can be softer than an innerspring mattress. It will conform to your body and can reduce stress on your body. Because of its structure, memory foam is anti-microbial and resists dust mites.
Hybrid mattresses are constructed with a balanced blend of innersprings and memory foam. This provides the comfort of memory foam on top, and the deep support of traditional innersprings underneath.
*Out-of-market purchases only qualify for mattresses exchanges. They do not qualify for refunds. Please read all of our policies here.