Extra Firm Mattress









        Are you a heavy person who likes to sleep on your back or stomach? Do you prefer a little extra support to get relief from those pesky pressure points? Well, then, an extra firm mattress may be exactly what you need!

        The great support offered by an extra firm mattress helps you sleep without any kind of discomfort. At Turmerry, we've got some of the best extra firm latex mattresses you can find on the market! Come explore our vast collection and choose from affordable, high-quality mattresses tailored to your needs.

        Latex Mattress


        Dual Side Latex Flippable Mattress


        Egg Crate Mattress


        RV Mattress


        Who is an extra firm mattress for?

        Extra firm mattresses are ideal for people who require a great deal of support, even more than that provided by a firm mattress. These usually include -

        Stomach sleepers and back sleepers

        stomach and back sleepers on an extra firm mattress

        Unlike side sleepers, who require a comfortable surface for their hips and shoulders, back and stomach sleepers need firmer mattresses to be able to sleep without enduring spinal misalignment or other similar issues.

        Heavy people over 230 pounds

        heavy person on an extra firm mattress with adequate support

        Heavy people, defined as those above 230 pounds in weight, need a firm or extra firm mattress to prevent the early onset of mattress sagging and to protect their spine's alignment.

        Turmerry latex mattresses deliver exceptional support

        Our mattresses are made with certified, high-quality latex, which is sustainably obtained from rubber trees. Most of our latex is produced using the Dunlop technique, which makes it firmer and denser than if it were produced using the Talalay method.

        Additionally, latex is known for its bouncy and responsive nature, meaning you won't be sucked into it as you would in memory foam. All of this, along with the "extra firm" customization option we provide, makes Turmerry latex mattresses one of the best extra firm mattresses you can find on the market.

        best extra firm mattress

        Which Turmerry mattress should I choose for extra firmness?

        At Turmerry, you will find three distinct latex mattress types, each with its own unique construction and features. We'll go over each one below and discuss which ones are suitable for an extra firm feel -

        1. Natural and Organic Latex Mattress

        Turmerry's natural and organic latex mattress is all-foam in construction. You'll receive three or four layers of Dunlop latex foam, depending on the height you choose. Dunlop latex is already firmer than Talalay latex, so once you customize its firmness, from which you can choose the "extra firm" option, you'll have yourself a high-quality extra firm latex mattress at your doorstep in no time!

        natural and organic latex mattress construction with zoned support

        2. Latex Hybrid Mattress

        The latex hybrid mattress is a combination of an 8" layer of pocketed spring coils for support along with a 2" layer of Talalay latex foam for comfort. It is inherently medium firm, so if you're only seeking an extra firm mattress, you're better off with the natural and organic latex mattress or the egg crate mattress. You can, however, increase its firmness by combining it with a firm version of our latex mattress topper.

        latex hybrid mattress construction with a bit firm support system

        3. Egg Crate Mattress

        The latex egg crate mattress is a fusion of our natural and organic latex mattress with a 2.4-inch layer of egg crate foam. This mattress type can be customized with the "extra firm" option, so along with a highly supportive mattress, the egg crate layer atop it will offer you wonderful pressure relief and contouring.

        egg crate mattress construction with memory foam feel

        4. Latex RV Mattress

        The Organic RV Mattress from Turmerry is perfect for compact spaces like RVs and campers. It's made with materials like Dunlop latex foam and organic cotton to give you a firm, supportive feel. You can customize it to be extra firm, with layers that offer both firm and extra firm options.

        Latex RV Mattress

        3. Dual Sided Flippable Mattress

        Turmerry's Dual Sided Latex Flippable Mattress is super versatile. You can flip it over for a cozy or firm feel. It's made with eco-friendly stuff like latex, wool, and cotton, and it's 7 inches thick. You can choose between Medium/Firm or Firm/Extra Firm options to find the perfect comfort level for you.

        Dual Side Latex Flippable Firm Very Firm Mattress

        Best Extra Firm Mattress - Buyer's Guide

        While certain individuals enjoy the luxurious comfort provided by a softer mattress, others find solace and stability on a firmer surface. If you desire an exceptionally firm sleeping experience, an extra firm mattress can be the solution for a revitalizing and peaceful night's rest.

        Below, we will explore the world of extra firm mattresses and guide you through the process of choosing the best one for your needs.

        a person browsing through extra firm mattresses online

        What is an extra firm mattress?

        An extra firm mattress is designed for individuals who prefer a sleeping surface that refuses to compromise on firmness. Designed to provide maximum support, extra firm mattresses offer a level of firmness that can help promote better sleep and provide a great level of pressure point relief.

        Unlike medium or soft mattresses that contour to the body, these mattresses offer minimal sinkage and focus on maintaining proper spinal alignment.

        How do you choose the best extra firm mattress?

        Choosing the best extra firm mattress requires careful consideration of several factors. Here are some key points to keep in mind when making your decision:

        • Firmness level and sleeping position

        Assess your preferred sleeping position. Side sleepers may benefit from a slightly softer surface to alleviate pressure on the shoulders and hips, while back and stomach sleepers often find extra firm mattresses more supportive.

        a woman lying down on a bed to see how the mattress feels
        • Enough pressure relief

        While extra firm mattresses offer excellent support, it's essential to ensure they also provide adequate pressure relief. Look for mattresses that incorporate comfort layers, such as memory foam or latex, which can alleviate pressure points.

        extra firm mattress offering enough pressure relief and superior support
        • Cooling properties

        Firm mattresses tend to retain more body heat, so it's crucial to choose one with cooling properties. Look for materials like natural latex, gel-infused foam, or one with a cooling cover that promotes airflow and prevents heat buildup, thereby preventing hot sleepers from having to sleep hot.

        Cooling properties
        • Motion isolation

        If you share your bed with a partner, consider a mattress with good motion isolation. This feature minimizes disturbances caused by movement, ensuring a peaceful night's sleep for both of you.

        Motion isolation
        • Edge support

        Good edge support is crucial, especially if you tend to sleep or sit near the edge of the mattress. A mattress with solid, excellent edge support prevents sagging and provides a stable sleeping surface.

        solid edge support
        • Reviews

        Before making a purchase, it's always helpful to read reviews from other customers. Look for feedback on the mattress's comfort, durability, and overall performance. Pay attention to reviews from individuals with similar sleeping preferences to gain insight into how the mattress might suit your needs.

        • Trial period and warranty

        A reputable mattress manufacturer will offer a trial period, allowing you to test the mattress in the comfort of your own home. Look for a brand that offers a generous trial period, along with a warranty that guarantees the quality and longevity of the mattress.

        Trial period and warranty
        • Consult the mattress firmness scale

        The firmness scale evaluates a mattress's firmness levels on a scale of 1–10. Mattresses ranging from very soft to soft are represented by numbers 1 through 3. Medium-soft to medium-firm mattresses are identified by numbers 4 through 6. Firm to very-firm mattresses are represented by numbers 7 through 10. A suitable firm mattress can be found in the range of numbers 7 to 10.

        Mattress firmness scale for firm beds firmness levels

        Types of extra firm mattresses - Top Picks

        1. Latex mattress

        Mattresses made from latex are either obtained from rubber trees or made using chemicals. Compared to synthetic latex, natural latex mattresses are firmer. Their molecular structure is much more rigid, especially when made using the Dunlop method. Latex mattresses provide an excellent balance of comfort and support.

        Among the benefits of this mattress are the cooling provided by the breathable foam, the exceptional bounce, and its lifespan of up to 15–20 years.

        extra firm latex mattress

        2. Memory foam mattress

        Memory foam mattresses are synthetic, manufactured by making polyurethane more dense and viscous. In comparison to low-density versions, high-density memory foam is firmer.

        Mattresses made of memory foam provide exquisite levels of pressure relief and body adaptation to the sleeper. However, as a result of this, the amount of support you get might decrease. Memory foam's heat retention and off-gassing are some other problems that might put off buyers. Open-cell memory foam that has been infused with gel or copper can help to address some of these problems.

        extra firm memory foam mattress with luxury firm foam layers

        3. Hybrid mattress

        Hybrid mattresses are a modern version of innerspring mattresses. They use individually wrapped coils as their support layer to provide a firmer mattress surface. The comfort layer of a hybrid, made of latex foam or memory foam, will already be thicker than that of an innerspring, resulting in greater firmness.

        Increasing the coil count and thickness of a hybrid makes it firmer.

        extra firm hybrid mattress with slightly firmer pocketed coils coil layers

        4. Innerspring mattress

        Innerspring mattresses are traditional models using a spring coil system to provide heavy support. The coil count (number of coils) and coil thickness indicate how firm an innerspring mattress will be.

        With increased coil count and thickness, the price of an innerspring mattress will rise along with its level of support. A thin layer (or layers) of foam is also sometimes used by innerspring as a comfort layer.

        extra firm innerspring mattress with very firm sleeping surface

        How much does an extra firm mattress cost?

        The cost of an extra firm mattress varies depending on the brand, materials used, and the mattress's overall quality. On average, you can expect to invest between $700 and $2000 for a high-quality extra firm mattress.

        How and where can you purchase an extra firm mattress?

        You can purchase an extra firm mattress both online and in-store:

        • Online mattress purchase

        Online all foam mattress purchase

        Buying an extra firm mattress online is the route we'd suggest you take. There are many online mattress retailers, each offering a different type of mattress. Whatever material or design you're looking for will be right at your fingertips. All you need to do is research a retailer's reputation, the kind of mattress you want, and the best offer you can find.

        Shopping online also lets you alter your mattress however you see fit. This means you get a wide range of firmness options, from ultra-plush to ultra-firm. You can even increase certain features, like height, to enhance the overall firmness.

        The mattress(-in-a-box) will be delivered to your door within a few days of placing your order. With fewer overhead expenses, online retailers can afford to offer free shipping and various discounts all year. Plus, with the trial period you get, you don't need to worry about being stuck with your purchase.

        • In-store mattress purchase

        In-store average mattress purchase

        Shopping in a physical store is worth trying out, as you can touch and feel what you're buying beforehand. If you're unsure of the mattress firmness you want, trying out different types of firm mattresses at a store can be helpful.

        When shopping in person, look for the people who work at the store. They may be able to assist you in locating what you seek.

        In-store shopping is inconvenient, however. To find a good mattress, you must visit several shops. Even then, it might not be as sturdy as the one you could have found online. Additionally, there isn't much choice when shopping in-store.

        If you find a good extra firm mattress, you will have to pay extra for delivery. You may even have to carry it back yourself sometimes, which is harder with an extra firm mattress as they use denser foam.

        Best bedding accessories to pair up with an extra firm mattress

        Mattress topper

        Mattress topper with high density foam for sleep partner

        If you find your extra firm mattress to be a bit too rigid, a mattress topper can add an extra layer of comfort and softness. Look for a topper made from memory foam or down alternative materials to provide cushioning without compromising support.


        Pillows for stomach or back sleepers

        Choose pillows that complement the firmness level of your mattress. For extra firm mattresses, pillows with medium or medium-firm support are generally recommended. Memory foam or latex pillows can provide excellent support for your neck and head.

        Fresh sheets

        Bed sheets and fluffy pillow tops

        Invest in high-quality sheets with a thread count that suits your preferences. Look for breathable and moisture-wicking fabrics such as cotton or bamboo to promote a cool and comfortable sleep environment.


        best bedding accessories with extra firm mattress and other mattresses

        Select a comforter with the right warmth level for your needs. Extra firm mattresses may not provide as much insulation as softer mattresses, so consider a comforter that keeps you cozy without causing overheating.

        Best Extra Firm Mattress FAQs

        1. Is an extra firm mattress good for lower back pain and hip pain?

        An extra firm mattress may provide good support and pressure relief for individuals experiencing lower back pain and hip pain. While the level of mattress firmness is subjective and can vary based on personal preference, some people find that a firmer mattress helps alleviate their discomfort.

        2. What is the firmest mattress available?

        The firmest mattresses typically have minimal cushioning layers and offer a very firm surface for those who prefer a harder sleeping surface. Generally, mattresses made of materials such as latex or high-density memory foam tend to be firmer compared to traditional innerspring mattresses.

        3. Are extra firm mattresses more durable than softer mattresses?

        The firmness of a mattress and its durability are not directly correlated. The durability of a mattress depends on several factors, including the quality of materials used, construction techniques, and overall craftsmanship. While firmer mattresses may offer the perception of being more durable due to their sturdy feel, it's not a guarantee that they will last longer than softer mattresses.

        4. What is the ideal mattress firmness for different sleeping positions?

        There are three common sleeping positions adopted by sleepers, namely, side, back, and stomach sleeping. Those who combine all of them are called combination sleepers.

        • Side sleepers

        Side sleepers will find medium-firm mattresses to be more suitable than firm mattresses. Their spine needs good support, while their hips and shoulders need good contouring to avoid pressure sores. A firm mattress will provide the support, but it may not be as effective at contouring. Such a firm mattress as an extra firm may even lead to aches in the morning.

        side sleeper sleep position on best firm mattresses with plush pillow top layer
        • Back and stomach sleepers

        If you sleep on your back or stomach, a firm or extra firm mattress can be a great choice. Firm mattresses provide superior spine support and aid in keeping the spine in alignment. This helps a lot, as external factors, such as gravity, increase the risk of spinal misalignment in these sleep postures.

        Furthermore, a firm mattress evenly distributes body weight. Since the body of back or stomach sleepers is completely spread out on the mattress surface, they won't experience as much discomfort as they do when sleeping on their side.

        Back sleepers and stomach sleeper on best firm mattresses
        • Combination sleepers

        A firm mattress may or may not be comfortable for combination sleepers. It would depend on which sleeping position they prefer most, their body weight, and whether they suffer from pain.

        A medium firm mattress is the most common choice for a combination sleeper, as it comfortably supports all sleeping postures. A firm mattress may, however, be appropriate for those who prefer back and stomach sleeping most, weigh over 230 pounds, and/or have pain that can be eased by a firm surface.

        Combination sleepers on best firm mattresses with medium firm feel

        5. If your current mattress is too soft, how can you make it firmer?

        A mattress that is too soft will pull you down into it. Some people may enjoy this because it gives them the sensation of being hugged and is thus relaxing. However, there are some disadvantages to having a soft mattress. They pose risks such as spinal misalignment and pain inflammation, which can lead to problems in the future, if not now.

        Here are some tips on deciding if your mattress is too soft:

        • You're feeling uncomfortable while you sleep.
        • You're waking up with persistent pain and aches in the morning.
        • You're unable to move around well atop the mattress.
        • You're sinking into the mattress and can feel its bottom layer.
        • You feel tired during the day.
        pushing down a too soft mattress unhappy

        Here's what you can do to fix it:

        • Buy a mattress topper

        A mattress topper is an excellent bedding accessory that can firm up your old mattress. It is a single layer of material that you can purchase and place on top of your mattress to change its feel. We would recommend getting a firm latex mattress topper, as it provides excellent comfort, support, cooling, and bounce. It will also last a long time, up until you can purchase a new mattress or another mattress topper.

        • Tighten your bedding

        Tuck your bedding into each corner of the bed, ensuring that it is tight and flat on the mattress. The bedding will provide you with more firmness by tightening the mattress through pressure.

        • Flip and rotate your mattress

        Flipping and rotating your mattress on a regular basis keeps it healthy and prevents it from sagging over time. If you sleep on a single side of the mattress for an extended period of time, it will sink down and provide less firmness.

        • Air out your mattress

        Airing out your mattress removes any moisture that has accumulated within it. Moisture can cause a mattress to become damp and less supportive. Maintain your bare mattress in a standing position (against a wall) in a well-ventilated room. Check that no direct sunlight is falling on your mattress.

        • Change your room temperature

        Certain foams respond to temperature. Memory foam is one such mattress material that is sensitive to its environment. It softens in hot weather, similar to how body heat makes it conform better. It hardens in cold weather. Changing the temperature of your room with an air conditioner or thermostat may help firm up your mattress.

        • Get a good mattress foundation

        A mattress foundation is essential to a firm bed setup. Sure, you can simply place your mattress on the floor and claim that it makes it firm. But leaving your mattress on the floor causes it to accumulate impurities, thereby reducing its integrity. A good mattress foundation, such as a metal, solid platform, or slatted foundation, can help firm up your mattress without ruining it.

        • Add plywood between your mattress and foundation

        Placing a firm substance, such as plywood, between the mattress and the foundation may help your mattress be even firmer. Think of it as a mattress topper for your foundation. It may even help reduce the eventual sagging over the years.

        • Return the mattress (if possible)

        If the mattress is brand new and you are still in the trial period, you will be able to return it to the retailer. If you can do this, it is preferable to any of the steps listed above. Purchase a new mattress with your refund, or exchange the soft mattress for a firmer one from the same retailer.

        • Buy a new firm mattress

        After attempting all of the aforementioned techniques, some of you should have a mattress that is firmer than it was before. If you don't, your mattress is probably past its prime, and it's time to invest in a new one. Make certain that you purchase a firmer mattress made of high-quality materials this time.

        6. What can you do if your mattress is way too firm for your liking?

        Similar to a mattress that is too soft, an extra-firm mattress can also be harmful. A lack of contouring can lead to pressure accumulation and spinal misalignment. Furthermore, any pain you have, such as back pain, hip pain, or shoulder pain, will be exacerbated by a mattress that is far too firm.

        Here are some tips on deciding whether your mattress is too firm:

        • You constantly move around, trying to find a comfortable region on the mattress.
        • You're waking up every morning in pain or feeling sleepy.
        • The mattress feels too hard underneath you.
        • You get better sleep on a less firm mattress.
        • You are not getting the proper contouring and pressure relief.
        mattress is way too firm like sleeping on wood

        Here are some things you can do to fix it:

        • Get a mattress topper

        A mattress topper can easily assist in softening your mattress. It is a layer of foam that changes the firmness of the mattress when placed on top of it.

        You can instantly soften your current mattress by purchasing a medium-firm or soft mattress topper. Certain mattress toppers, such as latex, can also provide additional benefits such as cooling, bounce, and so on.

        • Give it time to break down

        If your mattress was recently purchased, you might want to give it some time to soften. New mattresses tend to be firmer in the initial stages. You can get them to soften up by sleeping on them frequently for a few days or weeks. This will cause their fillings to be more evenly distributed. Memory foam is one type of mattress that takes time to soften. It will become accustomed to your body by routinely absorbing body heat and pressure.

        • Try out different sleeping positions

        Firmer mattresses are more comfortable for back and stomach sleepers. The body is much more spread out in these postures, as opposed to side sleeping, where your sides and shoulders make sole contact with the mattress. By trying out different sleeping positions, you can discover which ones work best with your mattress's firmness.

        • Flip your mattress

        Certain mattresses are double-sided, with one side being softer than the other. Latex is one such example, with Talalay latex being used for the comfort layer and Dunlop latex being used for the support core. You could be sleeping on the support core right now without even realizing it. Check to see if your mattress has a similar construction, and if it does, flipping it upside down may get you to the softer side.

        • Introduce warm air

        Heat applied to certain mattress types, such as memory foam, can help soften the foam. Memory foam is particularly heat-sensitive, which means it will most certainly soften when heated. Sleeping hot has the disadvantage of increasing the temperature of the room, so if you prefer a cooler temperature to sleep in, this method may not be for you.

        • Get a different mattress foundation

        Certain mattress foundations, such as solid platform, slatted, or metal foundations, are designed to provide support over comfort. You can therefore soften your mattress by changing it to a box spring If you are still within the trial period, you should return the mattress for a refund or store credit. With an understanding of what kind of firmness does not suit you, look for one that does.

        • Buy a new, softer mattress

        If your mattress isn't brand new and none of the above methods work for you, it's time to consider investing in a new mattress.

        Make sure to consider the firmness of your current mattress and opt for a slightly lower firmness. This time, give the construction and material of the mattress some thought as well. Changing them from what your current mattress is made of may help you maintain a softer, more consistent firmness for many years to come.

        7. What are the pros and cons of an extra firm vs. soft mattress?

        Extra Firm Mattress Pros

        • Better Support: Extra firm mattresses are often recommended for people with back pain or those who need extra spinal support during sleep.
        • Reduced Sagging: Extra firm mattresses tend to hold their shape better over time, reducing the likelihood of sagging and maintaining proper alignment.
        • Longevity: Due to their sturdy construction, extra firm mattresses can be more durable and last longer than softer ones, especially for heavier individuals.

        Extra Firm Mattress Cons

        • Less Initial Comfort: Some people may find extra firm mattresses less comfortable initially, especially if they are used to softer sleeping surfaces.
        • Limited Pressure Relief: While extra firm mattresses offer good support, they may not provide as much pressure relief for sensitive areas like the hips and shoulders.
        Better support vs. limited pressure relief side by side

        Soft Mattress Pros

        • Enhanced Comfort: Soft mattresses often provide a plush and cozy feel, which can be beneficial for individuals who prefer a softer sleeping surface.
        • Pressure Relief: Soft mattresses can help relieve pressure points and may be more comfortable for side sleepers or those with joint pain.

        Soft Mattress Cons

        • Potential Sagging: Soft mattresses may be more prone to sagging over time, especially with regular use, which can affect spinal alignment.
        • Lack of Support: Some individuals, particularly those with back issues, may find that soft mattresses don't provide enough support, which can lead to discomfort.
        Enhanced comfort vs. lack of support side by side

        8. Do adjustable bed bases work well with extra firm mattresses?

        Yes, adjustable bed bases can work well with extra firm mattresses and offer additional benefits. Adjustable bases allow you to elevate different parts of the bed, such as the head or feet, to find a comfortable sleeping position that suits your needs.

        This can be especially beneficial for individuals with conditions like acid reflux, snoring, or back pain, as it can help alleviate pressure points and promote better sleep quality.

        Note: - Some extra firm mattresses may not work with adjustable bases. When pairing an adjustable base with a extra firm mattress, ensure that it is compatible with one. To avoid damage, we strongly recommend following the mattress makers' guidelines (or contacting them for compatibility advice).

        firm model adjustable bed bases for ultra firm mattresses

        9. If an extra firm mattress isn't for me, what are some other mattress types to consider for back pain?

        If an extra firm mattress isn't easing your back pain, there are several other mattress options worth exploring. Let's delve into some popular choices and how they might benefit your back.

        1. Medium Firm Mattress

        Medium-firm mattresses offer a sweet spot between support and comfort. They're ideal for back sleepers who still crave some pressure relief throughout the night. They can also be a good fit for combination sleepers who switch positions frequently. However, medium-firm mattresses might not provide enough support for heavier individuals or those who strictly require a very firm feel.

        Medium Firm Mattress
        1. Egg Crate Mattress

        Egg crate mattresses can be a valuable addition to your bedroom. The convoluted surface promotes airflow, distributes body weight more evenly, helps reduce pressure points on your back, and helps reduce bed sores as well. Egg crate mattresses are available in a variety of materials, including latex, memory foam, and others, so you have options.

        Egg Crate Mattress
        1. Zoned Support Mattress

        Some mattresses feature zoned support, where different areas of the mattress provide varying levels of firmness and cushioning. This can be particularly helpful for back pain, as it targets specific pressure points and promotes proper spinal alignment. Look for mattresses with zoning technology that cater to back sleepers or those with lumbar support needs.

        Zoned Support Mattress
        1. Airbed

        Adjustable air mattresses allow you to fine-tune the firmness to your exact needs, potentially offering back pain relief. The downside is that air mattresses can lose air pressure overnight, requiring inflation adjustments. They also might not offer the same level of support and durability as traditional mattresses in the long run, making them ideal only as a temporary solution.

        Airbed quality mattress
        1. Waterbed

        Like airbeds, waterbeds are another option to consider. They conform to your body's curves and evenly distribute weight, potentially reducing pressure on your back. You can adjust the water level to achieve your desired firmness. However, waterbeds can be expensive and require more maintenance. Additionally, the wave motion might not be suitable for everyone, especially those who prefer a more stable sleeping surface.


        Remember, proper spinal alignment is key for back pain relief, regardless of the mattress type you choose. Look for a mattress that keeps your hips, shoulders, and spine in a neutral position. Consider your preferred sleep position, as it can also influence the type of mattress that works best for your back pain. For example, side sleepers may benefit from a slightly softer mattress to cushion their shoulders and hips, while back sleepers may find medium-firm to firm mattresses more supportive.

        10. Where can you find the best extra firm mattresses of 2024 online?

        When shopping in the online mattress industry for the best extra firm mattress picks, reputable brands are the ideal one's to stick by. Brands like Turmerry, Brooklyn Bedding, Helix Mattress, Saatva Mattress, Avocado Green Mattress, Bear Mattress, Winkbed Mattress, and Plank Mattress (Plank Firm Mattress) are trustworthy, as they have a genuine history backed up by hundreds of reviews and satisfied customers.

        Shopping best extra firm comfortable mattress with hands on testing online

        Most reputed online mattress brand companies also offer a number of convenient benefits, like free white glove delivery, free shipping, responsive customer service, lengthy trial periods, strong warranties, trustworthy return policies, and flexible payment options. This means you're investing in the best mattress you can find, for some of the best prices, and that too safely, without going through a hassle.

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