Mattress, Bed & Bedding Accessories FAQ

Mattress 360 FAQ

1. Do you offer financing?

Yes, Mattress 360 offers several financing options, depending on your purchasing needs. We work with Synchrony Bank, a leader in the furniture lending industry, and Progressive to offer financing plans that work for our customers.

2. Do you have special offers, sales, promo codes or other discounts?

While we feel that Mattress 360 offers competitive pricing year round, we do offer some specials and promotions on products from time to time. In addition to our specials, our financing partners may also offer some special promotions, such as interest-free periods, on your mattress purchase.

3. How often should I get my mattress replaced?

Most mattresses begin to break down after about five years of regular use. This is when you should start looking for a new mattress. In addition, since mattresses collect dust, debris and allergens, five years is typically the best timeline for health and hygiene purposes as well.

However, some mattresses, such as the Sealy Posturepedic, are designed to last far longer.

4. Which size mattress should I get?

The ideal mattress size ultimately depends on how much space you have in your room and your sleeping arrangements. In general, twin mattresses are reserved for children, while doubles are commonly used for teens or single adults.
King and queen mattresses tend to be for couples, with queens being the most popular due to size and cost.

5. Does mattress thickness matter?

Yes! In general, you want your mattress to be at least 8 inches thick to support the weight of the human body without causing too deep of an impression. On the other hand, if you have a mattress that is more than 13 inches thick you will likely have a hard time finding bedding that fits properly. Most mattresses fall between this range.

6. Does mattress material matter?

Mattresses can be made of all kinds of different materials. Some materials are better at keeping you cool while others offer extra support and contouring to your body.

In addition, some materials are more hygienic than others or hold up better under the wear and tear of full-time use. Make sure you do your homework to find a mattress that is made with high quality, sustainable materials and one that has a sufficient mattress coil count to support your body.

7. What is the best pillow for a side sleeper?

Now that we have a greater understanding of human sleeping habits, a number of companies have introduced pillows specifically for side sleepers. The Churchill & Smith Side Sleeper is just one example of a custom-contoured pillow to help side sleepers rest better.

8. What is the best pillow if you experience neck pain while sleeping?

If you experience regular neck pain or discomfort when you wake up, you should consider a contoured pillow or a gel-infused memory foam option that will adjust to your ideal position.