Frequently Asked Questions


Two Sided Mattress

Why don’t you have two-sided mattresses anymore? Will these last as long or is this another play to get me to spend more money?


Today’s mattresses are guaranteed to last just as long, if not longer, than two-sided mattresses. Manufacturer’s have improved technology inside the mattress. And in some cases, these longer lasting technologies are at a marginal difference in price compared to the days of two-sided mattresses. Warranties on the vast majority of our products are 10 full years! Today’s mattresses require even less maintenance as well without the need to flip them several times each year. The new sleep surface technologies are more durable and more importantly more comfortable then ever before.

Box Springs

Are there springs in a box spring?


Not anymore. Today's box springs are more often referred to as foundations. They are designed to be more rigid and longer lasting. They do provide some flex to absorb long term shock-absorbing capabilities, improving longevity of today’s mattresses.


Little Bumps on Top of Mattresses

I don’t like the little “bumps” on top of the mattresses. Why are they there?


The “bumps” are stitching that keep the quilted sleep surface materials from moving. While other mattresses without the “bumps” exist, it is still extremely common to have a quilted/stitched surface on traditional mattresses.


Tempur-Pedic Mattresses

Do Tempur-Pedic mattresses sleep hot?


No! If you don’t sleep hot now, you will not sleep hot on a Tempur-Pedic. They have the single highest customers satisfaction rating in this business. It is common for someone to experience a generic memory foam product, have a negative experience and still refer to it as a “Tempur-Pedic”. It's like the Kleenex brand of memory foam.

Tempur-Pedic utilizes a proprietary material that features an extremely breathable, open-cell design and has even tested to have a cooler sleep surface vs. competitive products. Please rest assure the Tempur-Pedic products will not cause anyone to be too warm in their mattress.