What is the lifespan of a mattress?
The lifespan of a mattress typically ranges from 7 to 10 years. However, this can vary based on the quality of the mattress, usage, and care. Regularly flipping and rotating the mattress, using a mattress protector, and avoiding jumping on the bed can help extend its lifespan.
Are the mattresses suitable for people with allergies
Yes, are mattresses are designed to minimise allergen accumulation. Look for mattresses with anti-microbial properties and materials like latex or memory foam that resist dust mites and other allergens.
What is the "break-in" period for a new mattress?
Many mattresses may have a break-in period of a few weeks. During this time, the materials settle, and you might notice a change in feel. Give your new mattress sometime before deciding if it’s the right fit for you.
How often should I replace my mattress?
As a general guideline, consider replacing your mattress every 7 to 10 years, even if it still seems comfortable. Over time, mattresses accumulate dust mites, allergens, and wear that can affect sleep quality.