Buyer Beware When Shopping for a New Mattress

vegaTrui / October 26th, 2017

Finding the right place to buy a mattress is almost as important as finding the right mattress.  There are lots of places that sell mattresses, from big box stores to locally owned and operated stores to your local classifieds, but each offers a different experience, quality of product and level of service.

While buying a used mattress may be appealing to your wallet, it may introduce an expensive and aggravating problem into your life: bed bugs.  It’s always recommended to buy a new mattress, so you don’t have to worry about who or what has slept on it before.

Many stores that offer mattresses allow their customers to return their mattresses to them after they’ve slept on them for more than 30 days up to 90 days.  While at face value, this may seem like a great idea – you can try the bed out at home and make sure you love it, have you ever wondered what happens to the mattresses that are returned?  Are you certain that the “new” mattress you are buying hasn’t been slept on by someone else before you bring it home?

Other stores don’t have the floor space to have their mattresses out on display.  At these stores, you will have to choose the mattress you want from a catalogue, on line or pick one off the shelf.  You are not able to lay down on it before you buy it, and will have no idea if it’s comfortable or not before you bring it home.

You also want to shop at a store that employs knowledgeable staff that are able to help you sort through the different types of mattresses available.

At MasterBedroom, their highly trained staff want to sell you the right mattress the first time.  With lots of mattresses out on display, you can test them all right in the store to find one that’s perfect for you.  The staff are happy to provide advice and answer any questions you may have.

Visit MasterBedroom’s showroom in Whitby to shop for your new mattress. For more information, call (905) 668-4300 or use our form here.