Free Shipping and Risk Free Mattress Returns
Fast, Free Shipping
We are currently offering Free Curbside Delivery to the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Please allow up to ten business days to receive your delivery.
The average delivery time is between four and ten business days. Faster delivery options are available to some areas. Our freight company will call you in advance to schedule your delivery appointment.
We also have options for White Glove In-Home Delivery with Set Up. This option usually adds up to seven business days for delivery.
Never Rolled or Vacuum Compressed
There are a number of ways that companies cut costs, but we refuse to compromise.
Many people unsuspectingly order compressed foam mattresses. These mattresses are compacted for extended periods of time, which puts stress on the materials.
In the short term, some of these mattresses don't fully decompress. They may remain curled up at the ends or have irregularities in the foam that become noticeable beneath a person's bodyweight.
Long term problems are more likely because of the additional stress that was put on the beds when they were compressed.
Many of the same companies selling compressed mattresses also sell do-it-yourself foundations. These foundations are packaged in small boxes with a number of nuts, bolts, and other materials that require assembly.
Risk-Free Mattress Return Policy
We offer easy, low-cost returns. Return our mattresses for a full refund minus a flat $99 return fee. We pay the shipping both ways.
Try our mattresses for 90 nights in your home. If you're unsatisfied for any reason, simply repackage the mattress in the original box, give us a call, and we'll pick it up. There are no hidden fees.
The merchandise must be in like new condition with no stains or tears. Buyers must keep the original boxes. All sales on adjustable bases, foundations, and other accessories are final.
Beware of other companies who sell compressed mattresses. Compressed mattresses are shipped via UPS or FedEx. Once the package is open, their beds need to be returned via freight. The freight charges can be more expensive than it is to actually keep their mattresses. In addition, these companies don't supply their customers with packaging materials.