Most consumers replace their mattress every seven years but with numerous mattress fillings on offer, and new products continually being brought to the marketplace, it can result in mattress shopping becoming a daunting, confusing and frustrating experience – never mind expensive!

We spend 1/3 of our lives in bed, therefore, it is important to select a mattress filling that suits your body type and sleep needs. Our handy guide will hopefully help you to decide the best mattress filling type to suit your individual needs and ultimately, help you to achieve a good night’s sleep.

Everything you need to know before buying a natural mattress!

What fillings are in natural mattresses? 

Natural mattresses are filled with materials made from natural sources such as animal hair and plants. There are different filling options available when buying a natural mattress with each filling offering different benefits. Popular natural materials include: 

  • natural latex: harvested and refined from the milk-like sap of a rubber tree, natural latex offers fantastic support, making them the perfect choice for sleepers suffering from back and joint pain. Natural latex fillings are very buoyant, bouncing back into shape very quickly.
  • cotton: makes an extremely comfortable and breathable filling, that wicks away moisture as you sleep, leaving your sleep surface feeling fresh. A cotton filled mattress will help keep your mattress cool during summer and warm throughout the winter.
  • mohair: a wool like, premium natural fibre, produced as a fleece on Angora goats, mohair is an incredibly soft fibre, which is well known for its resilient properties. Mohair supplies comfort while being extremely breathable.
  • cashmere: Made from the long hair of goats – renowned for being one of the softest fibres in the world. Cashmere is typically combed instead of sheared to prevent short fibres that are prone to piling. Cashmere fillings offer a luxurious feel that absorbs moisture, helping your mattress stay cool and dry as you sleep.
  • bamboo: renowned for its natural absorption – a type of woody perennial evergreen plant. Wicking away moisture, this filling will leave you with a breathable, fresh mattress.
  • silk: created by silkworms, this natural, luxurious fibre helps to keep your mattress fresh.
  • wool: offers a plush and comfortable feel while also wicking away moisture due to its breathable properties. Being naturally fire retardant, natural wool fillings make an excellent choice for those looking to reduce the use and smell of chemicals within their mattress. 

Do all natural filings result in the same tension rating?

Depending on the natural material, each type of natural mattress will have a different firmness rating.

  • Sleepers seeking super soft levels of comfort and support might prefer a soft or soft medium feel natural mattress.
  • Medium and medium firm mattresses provide the perfect balance of comfort and support.
  • Those seeking a high level of support and comfort might prefer a firm or extra firm mattress.

What is the best natural mattress?

The ‘best’ natural mattress is one that suits your own needs and is within your budget. Comfort and support are very subjective; however, our bed experts are on hand to guide you through deciding the best natural mattress for you. The ideal way to discover your preferred mattress is to lie on each mattress in store. However, if this is not possible, consider the following when making your choice: your sleeping position, body type, others sleeping in the bed with you and personal preferences.

Is a natural mattress better? 

More shoppers are now seeking natural mattresses due to them being sustainable. Natural fibres are more responsive, durable, and breathable than synthetic filings. They are regarded as the best mattress part available.

How often should I replace my natural mattress?

Unfortunately, there is no ”one size fits all’ answer however, a quality mattress ought to last 7-10 years. Natural mattresses, if cared for properly, can last for this time scale.

Can I just replace the mattress, or do I need to buy a new bed frame/base?

Yes, you can just replace the mattress, providing the base you are putting your new natural mattress on to is the same size and in good condition. It is important to consider how long you have had your current base. If your budget allows, we highly recommend you buy a new base at the same time to ensure you get the best possible sleep platform. Further information about bed bases including signs to look out for when deciding whether you need a new bed frame can be found here.

How do I care for my natural mattress?

We strongly recommend using a natural mattress protector to protect your natural mattress. All our mattresses come with a handy care guide detailing how to best look after your mattress.

Everything you need to know before buying a latex filled mattress!

Latex mattresses are popular for their extreme comfort, durability, and pressure relieving qualities. Well-known for being very buoyant, latex mattresses effortlessly bounce back into their original shape once pressure is removed. Associated with Eco-friendly practices and enhanced sleep health, latex in naturally anti-microbial and hypoallergenic, making them ideal for sleepers with allergies and breathing problems including asthma. 

What is latex? 

Latex is harvested and refined from the milk-like sap of a rubber tree. The sap is processed to create the rubber that is used in mattresses. It can be made as 100% pure natural latex or made as a blend along with synthetic latex derived from styrene. The rubber trees that produce the sap are very sustainable, growing  very quickly.  

What is synthetic latex? 

Synthetic latex is constructed from petrochemicals made to mimic the natural alternative’s properties. Although normally significantly cheaper than natural latex, synthetic latex fillings are less durable.  

What is blended latex? 

Blended latex is constructed by blending both synthetic and natural latex into a single product. This means they can benefit from a slightly lower price tag, while not losing the important components provided by natural latex.  

What tension should I be looking for when buying a latex mattress?

This is mostly a question of personal preference, however, other considerations such as your weight and sleeping position should also be taken into account.

Soft, soft medium and medium mattresses are recommended for side sleepers. This is because they allow plenty of give to contour to your body’s natural curve and keep the spine aligned while providing maximum comfort to your pressure points. Softer mattresses are also a popular choice amongst very light people and children whilst medium mattresses are suitable for sleepers weighing up to 14 stone.

Sleepers weighing more than 14 stone, should generally opt for firmer mattresses such as medium-firm or firm. Softer mattresses will not support the spine in the correct way, resulting in back pain and poor sleep.

Is latex harmful to humans? 

Natural latex supplies a naturally hygienic and healthy sleeping environment that is free from toxic fire-retardants, petroleum-based foams, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). 

Some people may develop an allergy to latex which can be a potentially life-threatening condition. Due to the latex in mattresses typically being covered by multiple layers of sheets, skin contact is usually avoided, therefore, in most cases, reducing any allergic response. Anyone who has been diagnosed with a rubber allergy should seek medical advice prior to buying a latex mattress to eliminate any chance of an allergic reaction.  

Is the smell of latex toxic? 

The temporary odour given off by natural latex is not harmful to your health or your environment.  

Do latex mattresses make you sweat? 

Renowned for being one of the most breathable types of mattresses, latex features an on open cell structure making it the perfect choice for sleepers looking to prevent night sweats. This structure allows air to flow freely around the mattress, wicking away moisture if you do happen to sweat as you sleep.  

How do I care for my latex mattress?  

Latex mattresses do not need a lot of time and effort put into their care, however, following the care guide supplied when buying your latex mattress, will help to ensure its longevity. We strongly recommend using a mattress protector to protect your latex mattress. If a spill or stain does occur on your latex mattress, simply use a damp cloth, and rub gently. 

Can bed bugs live in latex mattresses? 

The dense construction of natural latex makes it less hospitable to bed bugs than other mattress fillings. However, there is no such thing as a bed bug proof mattress. Taking preventative measures to avoid bed bug exposure, should help you to avoid an infestation in your bed.  

Do dust mites live in latex mattresses? 

Dust mites thrive in moisture rich environments. The moisture wicking properties of latex mattresses means the level of moisture in the mattress is reduced, making it less likely that dust mites will survive.  

How is latex different from memory foam? 

One of the biggest differences between latex and memory foam is the construction process. Latex foam is constructed in a manner that encourages air flow throughout the mattress, helping to keep the skin cooler at night, while memory foam can typically make sleepers feel hot during the night. Memory foam uses body heat to soften and mould to the sleeper’s body shape, while latex responds to body weight and shape to provide tailored relief while. Latex has a faster bounce back rate than memory foam. Also, latex has natural properties that make it antimicrobial and antibacterial, something that is lacking in most memory foam mattresses.   

Is latex a good choice for side sleepers? 

Yes, latex is an excellent choice for side sleepers as it offers great support for the back and the side positions.  

Why are natural latex mattresses expensive? 

The process to get natural latex is very costly and time intensive. This makes natural latex mattresses more expensive than their synthetic counterparts. However, their durability, comfort and natural property benefits make them a worthy investment.  

How often should I replace my latex mattress?  

Unfortunately, there is no ”one size fits all’ answer. Latex mattresses can last for 10-20 years.  

What type of bed frame do I need for a latex mattress?  

For latex mattress longevity, we recommend using a slatted bed base as this will allow air to circulate freely between the slats.  

Is a latex mattress recyclable? 

Depending on the type of latex mattress you buy, and the other materials used in the making of the mattress, it should be 100 percent recyclable. If not 100% recyclable, at the very least, most of the mattress should be, meaning you can reduce the effect on local landfills when you are ready to replace your mattress. 

Everything you need to know before buying a gel filled mattress!

Supplying full body support, spinal alignment and best pressure relief, a gel mattress is suitable for all sleeping positions, especially those seeking temperature regulation as they sleep.  

What is a gel mattress? 

Gel mattresses are typically a gel infused foam mattress. This means they have all the benefits of a [memory-foam mattress]( but with some added features, namely, they supply a cooler sleeping surface and a more responsive feel.

The gel element can be added in several ways including a gel layer being poured into memory foam, or a gel pad layer being added on top of or beneath the mattress.

Gel memory foam mattresses are the most common type of gel mattresses. Gel can also be combined with a latex mattress.  

Do gel mattresses make you hot? 

Gel can supply good temperature neutrality as you sleep. However, people will have varying experiences on how good a job a gel mattress does at keeping them cool. Factors such as the quality of the gel mattress, bedding, clothing, and the temperature in the room can also play a part.

Many of our gel mattresses offer a sleep trial which allows you to assess out the mattress in your own home.  

If you are concerned about being too hot as you sleep, a hybrid mattress might make an excellent choice. Our bed experts are on hand to offer free, independent advice to help you choose the best mattress for you.  

Are gel mattresses good for side sleepers? 

Contouring to the body, gel supplies tailored body support and best spinal alignment. Its responsive, flexible structure distributes body weight evenly meaning sleepers of all positions are cushioned on their pressure point areas. Side sleepers will find elevated levels of support and cushioning for their hips and shoulders. Back sleepers will benefit from hip, spine, and shoulder support. Soft and soft medium tension mattresses are an ideal choice for side sleepers.

Are gel mattresses suitable for stomach sleepers?

Front sleepers selecting a medium, medium firm, or firm mattress will find their rib cage, knees, and hips supported as the gel prevents pressure build up, offering support where it is most needed.

Co-sleepers with different sleep preferences will both be catered for as the gel dynamically adapts to different body types.  

Is a gel mattress good for back pain? 

Absolutely! One of the common causes of back pain is an unsupportive mattress. Gel mattresses cradle the body, support the spine, and offer excellent pressure relief as you sleep, making them an excellent choice for sleepers experiencing back pain. Those who do wake with frequent back pain will benefit from a medium firm or firm tension as these provide more support than soft mattresses which can cause the spine to dip, often resulting in aches and pains.

Are gel mattresses safe? 

Yes, gel mattresses are perfectly safe.  

Why does my new gel mattress smell? 

When opening a new gel mattress, you may experience slight off gassing (a strange odour) for the first few days. This smell is perfectly normal and not harmful. If opened in a well-ventilated room (windows open), the smell should disappear within 3 days.  

What is the difference between gel foam and memory foam? 

The main difference lies in how they respond to body heat. Gel foam mattresses offer greater air circulation helping you to stay warm in winter and cool in the summer. Gel foam mattresses also supply extra support and easier movement thanks to their more responsive feel.  

Is gel hypoallergenic? 

Gel mattresses are naturally hypoallergenic, making them an excellent choice for those who suffer from allergies and respiratory issues. 

Why are there several types of gel mattresses? 

It can be quite daunting when buying a gel mattress due to the several types available. Each brand that makes a cooling mattress has engineered its own type of gel foam, however they all provide the same thing, a mattress with cooling features.

What is the lifespan of a gel mattress? 

The lifespan of a gel mattress depends on its design and quality of its components. If cared for properly, gel mattresses typically need replacing after 7-8 years, however, cheaper options may need replacing sooner. Many gel mattresses come with extended guarantees (some extend up to 10 years) giving you confidence in your purchase. We recommend using a mattress protector to protect and lengthen the lifespan of the gel foam mattress.  

Will using a mattress protector minimise the cooling effect? 

Mattress protectors are designed to be breathable, so they do not interfere with the cooling effect or trap heat. A mattress protector can extend the life of your mattress as it simply protects your mattress from spillages and leaks while creating a barrier between you and any bacteria harbouring in your mattress. Plus, many mattress protectors now come with gel infused components.  

How often should I turn a gel mattress? 

To ensure your gel mattress still is comfortable, it is important to ensure the fillings are evenly distributed. We recommend rotating your gel mattress regularly, ideally monthly for the first three months, then at least every three months thereafter. Depending on the type of gel mattress you have, you may need to flip your mattress in addition to rotating it. Double sided mattresses need to be flipped while single sided mattresses only need rotating.

What type of bed frame do I need for a gel mattress?  

With a gel mattress, it is best to use a slatted or solid mattress foundation. We have a wide range of bed frames available should you need to replace your complete set. If choosing a gel mattress with a slatted bed frame, we recommend the distance between each slat is no greater than 7.5cm.

Everything you need to know before buying a memory foam filled mattress!

Memory foam mattresses are a popular choice amongst shoppers looking for pressure relief and personalised support as they sleep. Supplying elevated levels of personalised comfort, memory foam uses body heat to soften and mould to the contours of your body. Body weight is evenly distributed, reducing pressure on the heaviest parts of your body, relieving aches and pains while delivering optimal spine alignment.  

What is memory foam? 

Memory foam is known as a viscoelastic polyurethane foam, or low-resistance polyurethane foam (LRPu). The main part of memory foam is created by adding different compounds and additives to polyurethane. These chemicals affect two of the main qualities of memory foam:

  • its viscosity (how long it takes to change shape under pressure or to transfer energy to another place) and
  • its elasticity (how it can stretch or contort before returning to its original shape once pressure or the stretching force is removed). As body heat increases the sleep surface, memory foam becomes more pliable, cushioning the body evenly and creating a slow contouring feeling as you sleep.

When was memory foam invented? 

Charles Yost, an aeronautical engineer, designed the first open-cell foam invention, memory foam, (often called Temper foam) in response to a contract with NASA looking at how to improve the safety of plane cushions and crash protection for airline pilots and passengers in 1962. 1991 saw the first memory foam mattress being made. It quickly became popular due to its pressure relieving properties. (Tempur® are the only mattress and pillow brand recognised by NASA and certified by the Space Foundation.) 

What is memory foam good for? 

Adapting to body heat, memory foam evenly distributes body weight to reduce pressure on the heaviest parts of the body, supplying fantastic pressure point relief. The properties of memory foam allow it to softly contour to your body shape, supplying extra cushioning as you sink into your mattress while keeping your spine aligned, making it an excellent choice for sleepers experiencing back and neck pain. In addition, it supplies best spine alignment and targeted support as it contours to body shape, creating a personalised sleep zone. This makes memory foam a smart choice for co sleepers as it reduces movement felt by a partner tossing and turning all night. 

Do memory foam mattresses make you hot? 

Historically, memory foam mattresses kept more body heat when compared to other mattresses. Memory foam has developed significantly over the years. Now, many memory foam mattresses feature temperature cooling technology to ensure you still are comfortable as you sleep. It is important to note that added factors such as age, weight, medication, room temperature can affect how hot you feel in bed. If you do find your memory foam mattress is too hot for you, mattress pads and cooling toppers are an inexpensive way of cooling down your memory foam mattress. 

Which memory foam mattress is best for me? 

Personal preference makes it difficult to decide the best memory foam mattress for individuals. Some people look for a soft, sinking feel while others seek the support of an extra firm mattress. Our bed experts can help guide you in making the right choice for you.  

As a guide, we recommend side sleepers consider soft and medium support memory foam mattresses. The memory foam will mould to your body offering unparalleled support and comfort in this position.  

Restless sleepers and those without a preferred sleeping position may prefer medium firm tension as this offers great support that is neither too soft nor too firm, regardless of your sleeping position throughout the night. Firm memory foam mattresses are an ideal choice for back and stomach sleepers. The firmer surface offers more support, fosters a healthier spine alignment, and relieves key pressure point areas.  

Can I sleep on my memory foam mattress straight away? 

Wait 24 hours, if possible, before sleeping on your new memory foam mattress. This will allow the memory foam to fully expand and regain its shape. If this is not possible, we recommend you allow at least 6 hours before covering it and sleeping on it for the first time. It is important that you unpackage your new memory foam mattress at once so as not to delay this process.  

Why does my new memory foam mattress smell? 

When opening a new memory foam mattress, you can expect to smell a strange odour for the first few days. (Think about the smell you get when buying a new pair of shoes or a new car – it is like this, normal and not harmful to people.) The smell is caused by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) releasing when opening your new mattress (often referred to as off-gassing). If opened in a well-ventilated room (windows open), the smell should disappear within 3 days.  

Why does memory foam turn yellow? 

Memory foam starts off white however, with age, it begins to turn yellow due to the natural oxidisation process (like how a penny turns green over time). This colour change is perfectly normal and does not affect your mattresses performance.  

What is the difference between memory foam and regular foam? 

The main difference lies in how they respond to body heat. Regular polyurethane foam does not respond to body temperature while memory foam adapts, softening and moulding to the contours of your body, in response to body heat.  

 Is a memory foam mattress better than a spring mattress? 

Whether memory foam is better than a spring mattress is subjective as the quality of memory foam varies, therefore, affecting on the level of support and comfort experienced. Memory foam does however offer more even support than a spring mattress as the memory foam moulds to the shape of your body, distributing weight evenly.  

How do I care for my memory foam mattress?  

Following the care guide supplied when buying your memory foam mattress will help to ensure its longevity. We strongly recommend using a mattress protector to protect your memory foam mattress.  

Is memory foam hypoallergenic? 

Most memory foam mattresses are hypoallergenic and germ resistant.  

How often should I replace my memory foam mattress?  

The quality of memory foam can affect its longevity. Quality memory foam can and should last for at least 7 years or longer while cheaper options may not last as long. Many memory foam mattresses come with extended guarantees (some extend up to 18 years!) giving you confidence in your purchase.  

What type of bed frame do I need for a memory foam mattress?  

With a memory foam mattress, it is best to use a slatted or solid mattress foundation. We have a wide range of [bed frames]( available should you need to replace your complete set.  

Everything you need to know before buying a foam filled mattress!

Foam mattresses are well known for absorbing movement. Returning comfortably to their natural position, rather than springing back quickly, foam mattresses are an excellent choice for restless sleepers. Foam supplies a supportive and pressure-relieving fit, while also feeling soft and comfortable.  

What is a foam mattress?

Foam mattresses generally consist of polyurethane foam. This type of foam relies on air trapped to offer support and bounce.

Is foam good to sleep on?

Foam, particularly high-density foam, can supply good support and spinal alignment as the foam contours to your body to help relieve pressure, reduce pain, and improve sleep quality.

Are foam mattresses good for stomach sleepers?

Stomach sleepers need elevated levels of support for their back and spine. Medium, medium firm and firm  mattresses allow maximum comfort levels while helping to keep your natural spine alignment. Sleepers weighing over fourteen stone and people experiencing back pain should consider a firmer tension as they will typically need more elevated levels of support than lighter sleepers.  

Are foam mattresses good for back sleepers?

Back sleepers require the most support to protect their spine and back as well as other pressure point areas including the shoulders, heels, and bottom. Medium firm, firm and extra firm tension mattresses will provide the support and alignment needed to prevent you waking with a bad back. If you weigh over fourteen stone, you should consider a firm or extra firm mattress.   

Why does my new foam mattress smell? 

It is perfectly normal and safe to experience a strange odour when first opening your foam mattress. The smell is a result of off-gassing (volatile organic compounds, VOCs, releasing into the air). If placed in a well-ventilated area (windows open),the smell will usually disappear within 3 days. We recommend opening your new foam mattress at once.  

Will a foam mattress make me hot? 

Some sleepers find foam mattresses make them feel hot, however, this is not the case for everyone. Other factors can okay a part such as bedding, room temperature and clothing. Many foam mattresses come with a sleep trial meaning you can assess the mattress out at home for yourself and decide if it suits your sleep needs.  

Is foam hypoallergenic? 

Solid foam mattresses can be an excellent choice for sleepers with allergies as their solid structure makes them less likely to house dust mites when compared to some of their counterparts. However, no mattress can guarantee being dust mite free! Using a mattress protector will ensure the longevity of your mattress in addition to creating a barrier between you and your mattress.  

What is the lifespan of a foam mattress? 

There is a huge amount of variance between the quality of foam used in mattresses. High quality products can last for many a year while cheaper end products may need replacing sooner. Many foam mattresses come with extended guarantees (some extend up to 10 years) giving you confidence in your purchase. 

How do I clean my foam mattress? 

If you do need to clean your foam mattress, we suggest using a damp cloth to sponge out any stains. Vacuuming your mattress can help remove dead skin cells, dirt, dust, and hair. To help extend the life of your mattress we recommend buying a mattress protector

What does high density foam mean? 

The term high density foam simply means there is more foam and less air in the mattress. High density foam is more durable due to having a stronger cell structure. 

What is a foam hybrid mattress? 

A foam hybrid mattress is a combination mattress. Put simply, this means the mattress is multi-layered, made up of foam layers and springs to supply comfort and support.  

Which type of foam mattress is the best? 

The ‘best’ foam mattress is one that suits your own needs and is within your budget. With foam mattresses to suit all price points from budget to ultra-luxury, we have a wide range of foam mattresses available. On the rare occasion that a competitor is offering a like-for-like product cheaper, we will always aim to match their price whilst still providing you with our award-winning service as standard!  Our bed experts are on hand to offer free, independent advice. Give them a call today on 01928 242829 or email:

Everything you need to know about spring types!


Traditional spring mattresses, also known as an open spring, open coil or Bonnell spring mattress, are the most traditional manufacturing methods, meaning they can supply excellent value for money as well as comfort.  Constructed from a series of connecting springs, with a border rod of wire for additional support, the system provides all over support. The coil springs can be made from different thicknesses to create a range of firmness levels.

Why choose a traditional spring mattress?

The main benefit of open spring mattresses is the excellent support over the entire sleeping surface. This type of spring has ‘more give’ in it making it lighter and easier to turn.

Which comfort grade should I choose?

Comfort grade is a personal preference however weight and sleeping position should be considered when purchasing a new mattress.

  • Soft medium traditional spring mattresses are an excellent choice for side sleepers and those of lighter build.
  • Medium traditional spring mattresses are an excellent choice for side, front and back sleepers and all body types as they offer both soft cushioning and support to ensure protected pressure points while allowing the spine to keep its natural curve.
  • Firm mattresses make a viable choice for front and back sleepers plus those of average to heavier build.
  • Extra firm mattresses are recommended for back sleepers and heavier builds. Although firm, they still offer cushioning and comfort.

How long does it take to break in a coil mattress?

The break-in period for coil spring mattresses, assuming the mattress is slept on every night, typically lasts anywhere from 30-90 days.

Do coil mattresses squeak?

A squeaky coiled mattress that keeps you awake at night might indicate the need to replace your mattress.

Pocket springs are individually wrapped for reactive support across the entire mattress. Moving independently of one another, pocket springs support the whole body and allow zero transfer movement making them an ideal choice whether you sleep alone or with a partner. Pocket springing is usually used in higher quality products and this is normally reflected in the price.

Why chose a pocket sprung mattress?

Due to the springs moving individually, only the part of the mattress that has pressure on it reacts, rather than the entire spring frame, making pocket sprung mattresses more reactive to body movements as you sleep, making them an ideal choice for co-sleepers. Pocket sprung mattresses are a great choice for people who get hot during the night. The pocket spring structure allows airflow through the mattress helping to dissipate heat during the night.

Does the spring count matter in pocket sprung mattresses?

Pocket sprung mattresses come in a wide range of spring numbers ranging from 700-3000. Generally speaking, the higher the spring count, the more points of contact with your body, and typically, the greater the support. However, the number of springs alone does not always directly give a signal to its level of firmness as a number of factors can affect this such as the engineering and manufacturing methods. As a general rule of thumb, 1000 spring count tends to be viewed as a low spring count, 1500-2000 as a high spring count and over 2000 as a very high premium spring count.

Everything you need to know about caring for your mattress!

Investing in a new mattress is not only a big decision, but often a costly one. As such, it is important to ensure you get your money’s worth out of your new product. Following some basic care mattress recommendations and using a mattress protector can help ensure its longevity. For further help and advice, read our ‘How to care for your mattress’ guide.

Things to consider when purchasing a new mattress!

How long have you had your current mattress?

The National Bed Federation (NBF) advise replacing your mattress every seven years. This isn’t a hard and fast rule; however, it can be a useful guide when deciding if you need to replace yours.

*Signs your mattress needs replacing*   

  • your mattress is sagging or has lumps   
  • you are waking with aches and pains   
  • you do not feel refreshed upon waking    
  • you are sneezing more when you get into bed or wake up.  
  • your mattress has a foul odour   
  • your body has changed (shape, size, health conditions)    

These signs are indicative that your mattress needs replacing rather than simply going by its age.

Our award winning bed experts are on hand to offer free, independent advice. Give them a call today on 01928 242829 or email: Alternatively, pop into one of our stores where a warm welcome awaits.