BRAND NAME MATTRESSES & WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
When it comes to mattresses, no-name/generic brands are not the same as nationally recognized name brands. Nationally recognized brands got there for a reason. No-name/generic brands have none of the patented features of a name brand and their ingredients or quality are not the same as the name brand.
Below is a list of the top name brands... We carry the top rated brands.
Stearns & Foster was established in 1846 and has been this nation’s luxury brand for many years. Often sold in the finest furniture and department stores, the upholstery materials used in S&F products are usually the best available. Durability and comfort have long been the reputation of this brand. S&F sets have the highest average price. They do not produce any mid or lower priced mattresses.
Sealy Posturepedic is the largest selling brand in the United States and has been around since 1881. With their mass distribution and volume, They afford today’s mattress shopper the best mid priced mattress sets available. They offer a wide selection that blends comfort and durability with value to provide the best mid priced mattresses.
Englander mattresses weigh more than the competition - up to 50% more. More steel in the innerspring and box springs units, more natural fibers in the upholstery cushioning layers (including inner-quilted cotton, wool, silk, cashmere and natural laytex foam). Better quality and more materials far outweigh the competition. Both in pounds and extra strength. More durability, more comfort, and a longer-lasting, trouble-free product. Furthermore, Englander products feature exclusive Antibacterial Protection. It's hypoallergenic and will last the life of the mattress.
Simmons Beautyrest has been produced with a pocketed coil since 1925. Trademarked as the “Do Not Disturb” mattress, the pocketed coil reduces more motion between partners than any other mattress in the industry today. If your partner’s movement is keeping you from sleeping at night, this is the best choice for you. Built with luxury materials, Simmons motion technology design is well worth the price.
Simmons BackCare is similar in pricing to the Beautyrest line. These beds feature a creative design that combines zoned foam with conventional coils. It’s a relatively young line, just a few years old, but has grown very quickly throughout the United States.
Serta Perfect Sleeper comes in as the middle priced brand and is well known for their “Counting Sheep” marketing campaign. Serta Perfect Day models take the brand upmarket with added comfort features. Serta’s unique FireBlocker system sets them apart as the only manufacturer to exceed existing and proposed, state and federal residential open-flame resistance standards on a nationwide basis.
Bassett is the smallest of the 5 major brands, but carries a strong, well respected name. Bassett uses a coil that is very similar to the coil Simmons has, so their mattress is a very good buy.