Maintaining your new Mattress.
To ensure that your mattress will last as long as the Service Warranty suggests, it will have to be maintained according to the recommendations of the manufacturer. If you maintain it according to the manufacturer's requirements the mattress should easily provide you with service for the suggested Service Warranty period.
Should you buy a Turn Mattress or a No Turn Mattress?
This will depend on your preference, choice or ability to perform the required maintenance to the mattress. Your mattress needs to be maintained for its entire life cycle or suggested Service Warranty period.
What is a TURN Mattress?
A Turn Mattress is double sided and should be turned upside down or flipped the first month and rotated the second month. If this Turning and Rotating maintenance are repeated continuously it will prolong the mattresses life cycle and comfort feel.
To flip a Plush Comfort or heavy-duty mattress can be a difficult task to perform by one person as these mattresses are normally quite heavy.
What is a NO TURN Mattress?
A No Turn Mattress is single sided and should only be rotated monthly. If this Rotating maintenance is repeated continuously it will prolong the mattresses life cycle and comfort feel.
To rotate a Plush Comfort or heavy-duty mattress is an easy task to perform by one person as it won’t include lifting and flipping the heavy mattress.
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Brands of Turn and No Turn Mattresses we supply.
We supply Cloud Nine, Edblo, Genessi, Green Coil, Rest Assured, Restonic, Sealy, Serta, Simmons, Suite Nite, Support-A-Paedic, TruSleep, Vita Rest and other leading brands of Turn and No Turn Mattresses.
Both Turn and No Turn mattresses are available in all sizes from Single 91 cm, Three-Quarter (3/4) 107 cm, Double 137 cm, Queen 152 cm to King Size 183 cm as well as in Standard Length 188 cm and selected ranges in Extra Length 200 cm.
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