How much do you know about mattresses? You are probably pretty familiar
with your own mattress, and you may even know what some of your specific
mattress needs will be when it's time to head to a
mattress store in San Dimas. Below is a list of answers to common mattress questions.
Take a look if you'd like to find the answer to something you've
wanted to ask—or something you never even thought to ask.
How long should I keep a mattress?
There is no rule or standard to follow when it comes to determining the
lifespan of a bed, though many mattresses will serve you well for five
to eight years. Your judgment is really the best standard to use. If you
feel that your mattress is not providing you with the restful sleep you
used to get, it may be time for an upgrade.
How do I get rid of my old mattress?
Some people choose to remove their old mattresses themselves, taking them
to landfills or using other disposal options. When you buy a new mattress
from a top mattress store in San Dimas, however, your old mattress will
be removed by the same team that delivers your new one.
What scale is used for mattress firmness?
You may be surprised to learn that there is no scale across brands. Furthermore,
the terms used to describe a mattress' firmness or softness can be
unclear. The only way to
know if a mattress is soft enough
or firm enough for you is to try it out at a mattress store.
Will I need a new box spring with my new mattress?
You may need a new box spring and you may not. If your old box spring can
fully support your new mattress and allow you to get the full benefit
from your investment, then keep it. It is important to know, however,
that box springs can change with the normal wear and tear of years of
sleeping, and that a worn box spring will negatively affect the way you
sleep on your new mattress.