I came across a blog asking, How long does a memory foam mattress last? and I do think it is important to spell that out for people. A traditional bed with springs will typically last for only about ten years before it needs to be replaced. A good memory foam mattress should come with at least a 10 year warranty and last at least that long.
You know what the best way to test your new memory foam mattress is? The best test is to sleep on it for at least 180 days in your own home. Testing a new mattress at home is the absolute only way to know if it will will work for you.
Many people are looking for the answer to the question, “Is a memory foam mattress right for me?” Memory foam is extremely comfortable. It molds itself to the contours of your body and reduces pressure points. But the bottom line here is that the only way you will know if a memory foam mattress will work for you is to try it for an extended period in your own home.
When shopping for a memory foam mattress you may come across quite a few terms that you may not know. Here are a few definitions that will help you as you shop for a memory foam mattress:
Comfort Guarantee – A comfort guarantee is basically a store credit. You can return your mattress within a certain time frame, but you do not get your money back. You must use the store credit to purchase another mattress at that store.
The author of the article Finding A Trustworthy Memory Foam Mattress Review correctly points out that reviews written on a mattress retailer’s web site may not be credible or reliable. (This is true.) She also points out that people can be hired to write positive memory foam mattress reviews or may get affiliate payments if someone buys a mattress by clicking a link on their review. (This is true too.) So how do you know if you can trust a memory foam mattress review? Read on…
Many people have found that a memory foam mattress helps them sleep more comfortably and more soundly. Those with chronic back pain can find memory foam helps them sleep too. It comes as no surprise then that Fibromyalgia & Memory Foam Mattresses has become a hot topic too.
A memory foam mattress can improve your sleep tremendously. Once considered an expensive option, the memory foam mattress is now mainstream and affordable.
In the article Want to Sleep Better? Try a Memory Foam Mattress, Mark S. Myers makes some points about how a memory foam mattress can improve your sleep. He talks about the history of memory foam, about “leading brand,” and how in the early nineties memory foam mattresses were expensive. It is after this where I have to make some clarifications.
The annual NRF Foundation/American Express Customers’ Choice survey got me thinking (as I always do) about how important satisfying your customer is. The annual survey, conducted by BigResearch, is a customer survey that ranks retailers’ customer service across all retail formats.
Here at Healthy Foundations, we received a lot of questions about memory foam through our phone lines, live chat, and email. Here are a couple of recent ones I’d like to share.
Q – I see that there are some mattresses that have just a little bit of memory foam in them. Are these mattresses considered to be true memory foam mattresses?
It’s that time of year again… The time when I enter my name to win the always beautiful HGTV Dream Home. I have tried for many years to no avail, but that’s not my complaint. How could anyone complain about the chance to win a beautiful home, with breathtaking views, gorgeously furnished by Ethan Allen? Well here goes…