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If you think there’s a problem with your mattress, don’t lose sleep over it. We’ve got you covered. Here’s a simple way to determine the length of your warranty and its terms. Simply match the Warranty Code from your mattress’ law tag with the same code on the warranty schedule below.
- Use a low profile bed frame that is designed to lower your sleep system approximately 5”.
- Consider using an extra-low profile box spring.
- Talk with your sleep professional in the store and he or she may have other solutions they can suggest.
The following examples show different base types that are compliant with your warranty:
Another way to protect your mattress is be keep it free and clear of any liquids.
Also please, avoid using dry cleaning fluids or any strong stain removal products, such as Magic Erasers on your mattress. The chemicals in these products could further damage the mattress cover as well as be harmful to you.
As a friendly reminder, we strongly urge that you retain a copy of your warranty card and your sales receipt for possible future reference and use.
Be sure to ask your local sales representative for a recommendation.
In contrast, foam mattresses have only begun to gain popularity and haven’t been proven to last as long. In most cases, low quality foam cores soften faster and create a sinking feeling. This is extremely unhealthy for the sleeper.
When selecting your mattress, please note that it may be higher than your current box spring. As a result, you may want to consider a low profile base. Your mattress should rest at a confortable sitting height.
A mattress is an investment. Protect it.
It’s important to take care of your mattress. It ensures a healthier night’s sleep and protects the mattress from wear and tear. Here are some tips and tricks for caring for your mattress.
Keep Your ReceiptBe sure you keep your receipt in a safe place. Should anything ever happen to your mattress, your warranty would be supported by the original retailer, and they would most likely ask for the receipt.
The tag provides valuable information on it like the retailer’s name, mattress model, year manufactured and warranty code. Should you ever have any warranty needs, you’ll need to refer to this tag.
Your Law Tag
Protective Mattress CoverA mattress cover is the best way to protect the life of your mattress. You don't need to by anything fancy with built-in foams—those only change the feel of your mattress. Simply buy a protective and breathable cover to help protect your mattress cover from wear and tear.
Proper FoundationTo avoid “sagging” and to ensure a long mattress life, make sure that you have the proper foundational support. If you have a mattress only, please be sure you have a solid flat support base with. A base with slats will not provide sufficient support. If you have concerns about your foundation, please visit your local retailer.
No Standing or JumpingYour mattress is meant to provide support across an entire surface. The pressure of standing or jumping on the mattress generates unnecessary wear and tear. It may also damage the mattress’ support system.
Rotate RegularlyTo help prevent body impression generated by continuous sleep in the same position, try rotating your mattress every time you change the sheets. It’ll extend the life of your mattress.
Don’t Use Harmful
Be sure to not use cleaning products on your mattress. They will absorb and damage the mattress materials. It can also be harmful to your health. For tips on how to clean your mattress, please see our cleaning tips in the FAQ section above.
Don’t SmokeNot only is smoking in bed dangerous, but it also damages your mattress. Foams absorb the smoke in the surrounding environment and will create an unpleasant smell.
Lost your warranty card?
No worries, you can download a PDF of the warranty card below.