Tips for Mattress Buying

Tips For Mattress Buying

I have a love / hate relationship with my mattress. Right after our car accident, there were days that I just could not seem to get comfortable. So I have come up with a few tips to help make mattress buying a little easier. I will tell you buying the right one is not a place to look at the prices you need to look at the quality of the mattress.

  • When purchasing one lie on it for at least 15 minutes, that way you can get a feel for what it is actually like.
  • Research online the kind you want.
  • Talk to your doctor before buying the mattress. This is vital if you have health problems.
  • Firm Mattresses aren’t always the best for a bad back. Research studies have shown that a majority of the time a medium firm one is best for your back.
  • Pillow Top  aren’t for everyone. You have to decide on what feels the most comfortable to you.
  • Adjustable beds are an excellent option, especially if you are unable to lie flat.
  • Make sure to ask if the store or site has a money back guarantee. That way you know you won’t be stuck with one you hate.
  • Check the warranty. Most places have a minimum warranty of 10 years.
  • Make sure to buy a waterproof protector to help maintain the life of the mattress.
  • Check out all the options and vAriations of any that you are interested in.
  • Keep an eye out for specials and deals like those offered here.

I hope these tips will help you on your next mattress buying trip.

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  1. Great tips. I have a bad back, so it’s so important for me to do a lot of research and testing before buying a mattress. So glad to be part of the #HomeMattersParty with you!

  2. Such a big purchase! For me it’s almost harder to pull the trigger on than a new car. A few years ago we were looking to upgrade but my husband and I wanted different things in the mattress and in the end we just kept our current mattress LOL
    It’s great co-hosting the #HomeMattersParty with you this month

  3. I will have to remember these things when purchasing. I HATE buying mattresses. I did not know that any store would take one back. I will definitely check into that. I am so afraid I will hate it and be stuck with it. GAHH!!

  4. Great tips! Thanks for co-hosting the #homemattersparty and allowing me to co-host with you.

  5. Thanks for great tips, I am looking for a bed that is firm, but comfortable at the same time. I thinks It’s always worth the time to research it and get the best mattress possible because It’s my mattress, my back, and my money. it’s worth the time to research it and get the best mattress possible. .

  6. I think good mattresses is an investment, Ultimately, taking the time to research a little and compare different mattress makes it easier to find the best mattress for our situation and avoid surprises. Thanks for the tips.

  7. I think buying a good mattress is an investment. Taking the time to research and compare different mattresses to make it easier to find the best mattress for us and avoid the shame. Thanks for the tips

  8. After reading your post, I’m really glad I bought a memory foam mattress with the cooling gels. Air mattresses were just never my type. I’m just not a fan of blowing them into shape each night. I was undecided about spring mattresses. thank you for your posts.

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