We carry SIMMONS, SPRING AIR, and SierraSleep mattresses.
(We Have 14 Different Floor Samples To Choose From)
Something To Think About
A mattress is perhaps the most important piece of furniture in your home. If you get the recommended 8 hours of sleep per night, you will spend at least 1/3rd of your life in that mattress. That means if you keep that mattress for 9 years (which is about the average), 3 of those years will be spent on it. However, many of us don’t think about our mattresses and how it impacts our lives every day.
When To Get Rid Of Your Old Mattress
1. You Wake Up Stiff And Sore: Your mattress may be comfortable but if it does not provide adequate support then you will wake up with a sore back. This often happens when people purchase too soft of a mattress. It feels great for the 10 minutes they lie on it in the store but after 8 hours of sleep the lack of support causes problems.
2. You Sleep But Are Not Refreshed: The idea of a good quality bed is to allow you to fully relax and drift into a restful and rejuvenating slumber. If your mattress is causing pressure points or is sagging you may get to sleep but the sleep quality will be poor. This means you will wake up feeling like you barely got any sleep at all.
3. You Toss And Turn At Night: Tossing and turning is a result of not being able to find a comfortable position. We all shift around a little bit but constant tossing means your mattress is providing inadequate comfort. This could be due to the wrong firmness, pressure points or sagging.
4. The Mattress Is Starting To Sag: Sagging happens as a result of uneven wear in the innerspring system. To prevent this you should regularly flip your mattress and sleep all over it. But once sagging has begun there is no going back. The lack of support that results from sagging is going to cause discomfort and back pain.
5. It Has Lumps: Lumps happen when the padding inside the mattress shifts around and results in an uneven density. This is especially the case in poor quality mattresses where the fill is not stitched or tufted very well.
6. You And Your Partner Roll Together: This is from sagging in the middle of the mattress due to an uneven distribution of weight. Not only is it very annoying but it means you are no longer getting adequate support. This is a case where you might need a new mattress fro marital harmony.
7. There Is An Impression Left Where You Sleep: If you ever get to this point then something has gone seriously wrong. This happens when there is so much sagging and so much shifting fill that a permanent impression starts to occur. If this is the case you really need a new mattress.
8. The Box Spring Is Moaning And Creaking: The box spring exists to provide support to the mattress. If the box spring is sagging or creaking it means your mattress isn't getting the support it needs and will soon develop sagging issues of its own.
9. When You Sleep Better On A Bed That Is Not Your Own: The most definitive sign that you need a new mattress is when you sleep better on a bed that is not your own. Perhaps you were staying at a friend's place or in a hotel and you woke up feeling properly rested. When this happens you know the mattress at home is longer up to scratch.
Twin- Width:39 in Length:74 in
Twin Extra Long- Width:39 in Length:80 in
Full- Width:54 in Length:74 in
Queen- Width:60 in Length:80 in
King- Width:76 in Length:80 in
California King- Width:72 in Length:84 in