3 Reasons Your Next Mattress Should Come in a Box
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Let’s be honest, there is nothing really exciting about shopping for a new mattress. There are a hundred different choices and a sales person that follows you around the entire time asking, “How about this one?”. If you are over it, I present you with the solution- a mattress that comes in a box. This is a great option when you live in a Camden apartment because they are often affordable, convenient, and have a wide range of features. Okay, you may not be convinced, but here are 3 reasons why your next mattress should come in a box:
Traditional stores typically mark up their beds anywhere from 30% to 50% in order to pay their distributor and overhead costs from running a physical store. One of the reasons why mattresses in a box are so affordable is it runs through a website and with no middle man. This allows these companies to sell mattresses for a fraction of the cost of a traditional mattress.
One of the great things about mattresses is that they come in a box. Most bed-in-a-box companies offer free shipping that come directly to your door, often in boxes the size of a coffee table. For those of you who live on the third floor or in a high rise this can be a major relief. Many of these companies boast generous trial periods such as 100 nights to a full year!
Best Return Policy Ever
If one of these mattresses just isn’t right for you, most companies offer a full refund. Don’t worry you don’t have to put the mattress back in the box, most companies will help you donate it to a local charity. Purple even allows you to pick the charity you want to donate to! If certain state laws don’t support donating mattresses, these companies are also allowed to recycle them.
Still stuck on wanting to “try before you buy”? Most of these online retailers have partnerships with local stores to let you do just that. Head to their main websites (linked below) and check to see who they are partnered with, some are even partnered with stores like Mattress Firm and Target!
Brands You Should Consider:
Purple: Rather than use memory foam like everyone else, Purple offers a Hyper-Elastic Polymer Smart Comfort Grid designed to flex under pressure to relieve pressure points. This company also boasts a 10-year warranty and even offers the removal of your old mattress!
Leesa: The Leesa offers both an all foam mattress as well as a foam + spring hybrid. Their hybrid mattress has 1,000 + individually-wrapped pocket springs for better airflow and a responsive cooling foam top layer. Leesa not only donates returned mattresses, but plants one tree for every mattress sold, and for every 10 sold, one mattress is donated to non-profits.
Casper: Casper is sometimes referred to as the original bed-in-a-box and is one of the most popular brands. While many foams trap heat, Casper uses open-cell foams that release excess hot air. Casper has also added extra firmness in the center of the bed where the hips rest to help straighten the spine regardless of the sleeper’s position.
Layla: The Layla mattress is unique in that it offers two sides, one firm and one soft. This allows you to select the level of firmness that feels best for you. They also offer copper memory foam which react under compression to transfer heat away from your body allowing for a cooler sleep.
Once you finalize which brand you want its time to pick the right size, know for sure which size mattress will work for your space by taking a look at our detailed floor plans. Subscribe to our Simply Camden Blog for other great content regarding your Camden Apartment Home.
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