FAQ

We can deliver mattress of any size, as per customer’s requirement.
Your doctor may have specific recommendations. In general, we'd recommend a mattress that offers good support, and such support does not mean the hardest or firmest mattress available. Innerspring mattresses offer various types of surface materials over the coil unit that aid in improving the comfort of a mattress without compromising the support. Foam, Coir , Bonded or latex mattresses are also good options for contouring the body while offering proper support and lasting comfort.
Never use a cleaning product because it can breakdown your comfort layers. The best and easiest way is by placing a good mattress protector on your new mattress.
A common analogy used is you wouldn't put old tyres on a new car, however if the base is still in good condition we recommend that you save your money and keep on using it.
This can vary between styles however, every 8 years is usually a good time to consider changing your mattress.
A new mattress is needed because when you sleep on an old mattress you miss out on the good sleep and support your mind and body needs to wake refreshed in the morning.
The average person needs 7-8 hours a night, but it differs from person to person. Some people may need as much as 10 hours a night and others need much less. If you sleep longer on the weekends than during the week, you probably aren't getting the sleep you need every night.
Sleep is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Like other essential activities - eating right and exercising, sound sleep is essential to feeling your best during the day. It affects how you wake up, feel, work, and your quality of life. A good night sleep, reenergizing the body & mind.
There's nothing wrong with taking a short nap to help refresh you during the day. But if you find you're napping all the time, it could be a sign that you aren't getting as much sleep as you should. Or that you're not getting the deep, restful sleep you need at night.
Yes. The mattress has the potential either to encourage sleep or steal your sleep. Whether your mattress is a sleep friendly or not can determine how refreshed you feel in the morning. If you're tossing and turning more at night or if you're waking up feeling stiff or sore after a night's sleep, it could be a sign that your current mattress is no longer the best for you. Your body appreciates a comfortable, supportive mattress and will let you know if it's not up to the mark.
With the wide range of mattresses that we carry, the best mattress for you is one that accommodates to your individual and specific requirements. In order to find the best mattress for your comfort needs, we recommend that you start with the Left-TOP Bar Tool HOW TO SELECT THE MATTRESS on the homepage of our site. Selecting your desired Comfort Level and Mattress Type will help narrow down the results to mattresses that best suit your needs.
Yes, you can. All the mattress models have a full clear description with high-quality pictures of each with the internal structure of the same. If a product on the website indicates ‘Web Only', that product will NOT be available to view at a store.
Our motto is Replace Every 8 Years, but there are several other factors to take into consideration when deciding if you need a new mattress. Below are some signs that your mattress has lost its support.
  • You wake up tired or achy
  • You tend to sleep better at other places than at home (such as a hotel)
  • Your mattress shows visible signs of wear (it's saggy or lumpy)
  • Rotating your mattress no longer provides the desired comfort change
  • Your mattress is 5-8 years old (this depends on the type of mattress you have along with the factors listed above)
The type of mattress you choose for a child is extremely important because children grow while they sleep. A PLUSH mattress is normally recommended for a child since they weigh less compared to adults and won't make a big indentation on the mattress.
Memory foam mattresses, which should have firm core are generally recommended because they are more durable and supportive than spring mattresses which can break down quicker. If you have special preferences, please give us a call or WHATSAPP at 7760693333.
If you are a stomach sleeper, we recommend a supportive mattress to keep the back from arching and support the midsection. A multi-layered mattress combination of memory foam, Rebonded foam, and softy foam.
If you are a side sleeper, we recommend a pillow top, euro top or plush mattress that can contour to the body. The above models should consist of Memory foam layers combined with softy foam.
Such as Active Plus, Plush, Bliss model mattresses in our product listings
If you have a bad back, we recommend a firm mattress with good support for the lower spine. click this link HOW TO SELECT THE MATTRESS
Very stringent ones!
  • A thorough review of the raw material upon arrival ,with predetermined parameters
  • The foams which is used into the mattress are checked on the tensile strength, density and compression test.
  • During production process, all materials are inspected for any damages.
  • All of our finished products will be inspected and tested against predetermined parameters.
  • The orders placed by a customer will be inspected again and will not be shipped until the final inspection.
No, we don’t have a traditional showroom as we are passing on the savings of showroom costs to you. Click ELIMINATING THE MIDDLEMAN
You can sleep comfier, cleaner, and cooler on the Mattress. Our Mattresses provide optimally comfortable, as it’s made of high quality materials. The mattress also relieves pressure and adapts to your body shape, alleviating pressure off the body’s main contour points. Our memory foam prevents dust mites and repels odour by eliminating toxins and bacteria caused by sweat during sleep. Our base foam helps improve airflow between you and the mattress to help you sleep cooler.
Viscoelastic Foam is a polyurethane material that is sensitive to pressure and temperature, used especially in mattresses, where it molds to the shape of an individual's body. It is often referred to as "viscoelastic" polyurethane foam.
Mattresses manufactured by Us have high-quality and high performance. Currently we are manufacturing
  • Memory foam mattress,
  • Pocket spring mattress,
  • Bonnel spring mattress,
  • Coir foam mattress,
  • Rebonded foam mattress,
  • HR foam mattress,
  • Multi-layered composite mattress
Making it more comfy, Orthopaedic and Dual Comfort Mattress
Memory foam mattress is usually denser than other foam mattresses, making it more supportive. It molds to the body in response to heat and pressure, evenly distributing body weight. Memory foam mattress generally helps in relieving pain and thereby promotes restful sleep. However, sleeping is a very subjective experience and might vary from individual to individual depending on their preference of sleeping surface.
The Dual Comfort mattress is a two-sided dual-firmness mattress. With most mattresses you have to figure out whether you want firmer or softer. With dual comfort mattress you don't have to pick one because we will bring you both in the same mattress. Just flip the mattress to get the firmness of your choice. It’s like getting two mattresses in one.
Surprisingly, it doesn't cost a ton of money to craft a comfortable mattress with high quality raw materials. Typically, mattresses are priced high due to retail commissions, sales commissions and wholesaler’s profits. We cut out the middlemen to sell good quality mattresses directly to you at fair prices.
We make the most comfortable mattress available based on BMI, and sells the products directly to you cutting out middlemen and markups. You enjoy the best mattress at a much better price. Our products are designed for every type of sleeper.
Mattressfactory.in ships to you from our factory situated in Bangalore.
Shipping is always free within Bangalore, There are additional shipping costs to other parts of state and cities of India
Split size beds come as two pieces. Typically the split mattresses are purchased when buying an adjustable base that allows each individual to control the movement for their side of the bed. If you have small hallways or narrow staircases, the split version will also facilitate moving and assembly.
Latex is a naturally based material while memory foam is a synthetic material. You sleep ON latex, you sleep IN memory foam. Latex is an uplifting, bottomless material while memory foam is a sinking material with a maximum compression level. Latex is a fast-response material while Memory foam is a slow-response material.
There are anywhere from one to four layers of foam in memory foam and latex foam mattresses. These layers are very important to support and comfort, and they are the reason that memory foam and latex mattresses are not meant to be flipped like innerspring mattresses are. There is typically a base layer of foam that is made with a high density so it will not break down and sag with the secondary foam layers on top of it. The other layers are variations of support and comfort foam. Support foam supports the shoulders and hips of side sleepers and prevents stiffness and tossing and turning because of pains in the hip or "dead arm." The comfort layers break down a little over time because they are the lowest is density. However, they also provide the mattress’s cushy feel and make you more comfortable than you would be if you were just laying on the support foam.
Innerspring mattresses have several steel coils inside that provide different levels of comfort. They often come with foam pillow tops or other plush materials to add more comfort. Healthy Back features memory foam , latex foam mattresses with a core of Rebonded foam or hard core. These conform to the body to provide optimal support to side and back sleepers suffering from back pain. When sleeping on your back or your side your body is never completely flat because your spine is naturally contoured. Foam will conform to these contours and provide support to still keep your spine in proper alignment, which will prevent or alleviate lower back, upper back, shoulder and hip pain.
We prefer you to go by BMI to achieve the below shopping experience or buying mattress online
  • Look for a mattress with the proper level of spinal alignment support for your body. When you lie on your back, you should not feel your back arch at all. Someone looking at you from a distance should see your head, hips and toes all in line with each other, which probably means your shoulders and hips are settled into the mattress somewhat. There should not be space between your lower back and your mattress.
  • Look for a mattress with the proper level of pressure relief for your body. When you lie on your side, you should not feel any pressure on your shoulder or hip.
  • Look for a mattress that isolates motion from one side of the mattress to the other. Take your partner shopping with you. Lie on the mattress together and have your partner toss and turn. The more you feel the mattress jiggle, the more fragmented your sleep is likely to be.
  • Be prepared to take your time and ask questions. Buying a mattress shouldn’t be a rush decision but something you spend time looking into. Start with a comfort test on good-quality mattresses and determine your comfort preference. Try plush and firm mattresses to see which feels more comfortable and supportive. You will need to lay on each for at least 5 minutes to really get an idea of what works for you. Next try other types of mattresses to experience different feels, including memory foam and latex foam mattresses. Decide what you need to buy based on your preferences.
  • A few questions you should ask once you find a mattress you like:
    • What is inside the mattress that offers proper back and body support?
    • What is inside the mattress that minimizes tossing and turning?
  • There is no perfect mattress that will cure all of your aches and pains. Mattresses and other accessories can only help you sleep more comfortably, provide more support to alleviate hip, back and neck pain, and help you wake up feeling much more refreshed.
At this time we are unable to accommodate special requests for custom sizes.
You will likely experience an adjustment or break-in period with our mattress. This is because most people are not sleeping on a mattress that has been suited for their sleeping needs and preferences, and your body will need time to align to a new sleep system. Also, just like a new pair of shoes, the materials in the mattress need to be physically broken in, so it might feel stiffer than you’d expect in the first few weeks of ownership. We recommend that you give your new Mattress up to 30 days to experience the full effect.
Mattresses at different stores will have different labels and covers, even if they are identical internally. If you can get the name, comfort level, and specs on the card attached to the bed, we can quote you on the same product that we carry.
The use of a hypoallergenic and waterproof mattress pad will solve the problem
If the mattress is not supportive for you, it certainly will not be in your child’s best interest to put the old bed in their room. Putting an old bed in rental property on the Vineyard is a sure way to lose repeat business.
Like anything else, you get what you pay for. We tell our customers to buy the best bed they can afford. Also, buy from someone you trust.
This will help relieve the compression on the upholstered materials, which are soft and constructed to work with the coils to provide comfort and support at the same time.
Nowadays, mattresses are of a higher height as they are much plusher than yesteryears. Sheet manufacturers are increasing the depths of their fitted sheets. Just a few years ago, the depths (or gusset) of fitted sheets were generally 7"- 7.5". Today, most sheets made by major linen mills have at least a 9"- 9.5" gusset (or depth). More and more mills are making "high contour" sheets that have 11", 13", 14" and even some 15" depths. Deeper-made sheets or Deep pocket sheets are available at most major retailers.
Bedding may have a new upholstery smell when it is removed from the plastic wrap. The smell should diminish in two to three weeks. Increased air flow, such as opening a window in the room, will help to remove the odor. Alternatively, you may purchase sachets of charcoal to remove the odor. Odors that do not appear until several years after the mattress has been in a home are generally a result of being soiled over the years and long-term use. The upholstery of the mattress, like the fabric of clothing, is porous and traps odors when you cook or smoke at home. When this happens, it means your mattress is old and needs to be replaced
Flipping and Turning will help to relieve the compression on the upholstered materials that work with the coils to provide comfort and support at the same time. Thus increasing the life of the product.
Memory foam consists mainly of polyurethane as well as additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density. It is often referred to as "viscoelastic" polyurethane foam, or low-resilience polyurethane foam (LRPu). Higher-density memory foam softens in reaction to body heat, allowing it to mold to a warm body in a few minutes. Newer foams may recover more quickly to their original shape
  • Pressure Point Relief
  • Support Back/Spine Alignment
  • Relieve and Prevent Pain
  • Different Positions Can Be Accommodated
  • Material absorbs motion and isolates rather than transferring it
  • Dust Mite Mitigation
  • Hypo-Allergenic
  • Perfect Fit for Adjustable Beds
  • Easy to Care For
  • Good Durability
Memory foam is a high-density, low-resilience polyurethane foam that reacts to body heat, becoming soft enough to mould around a person in minutes. When the pressure is removed, it returns to its original shape. Initially used in aircraft seating, memory foam has a number of commercial and medical applications, including cushioning for shoes, prosthetics and seating pads for wheelchairs. But the most famous application is in pillows and mattresses, where its softness and responsiveness make it ideal for sleeping. Memory foam has also been known to increase blood circulation, as well as reducing the strain on aching joints. It's also anti-microbial, reducing the number of bugs and mites that can aggravate allergies.
Memory foam comes in a variety of different densities. The higher the density, the firmer, more supportive and (usually) more expensive the mattress. Density is measured in kilograms per cubic metre, although it's often expressed simply as, for example, "45kg": this means a cubic metre of the foam weighs 45 kilograms. Lower-density mattresses tend to lose their shape and elasticity more quickly, while higher densities will offer more support. Heavier people, or people with back and joint problems, will be better served by higher densities of memory foam. As a general guide, a density of 40kg and below is considered low, while 80kg and above is considered high. Medium densities (around 60kg) are fine for most people and tend to be only slightly more expensive than low densities.
There is a common misconception that sleeping on a latex mattress feels hot. One should not feel warm while sleeping on a latex mattress. A latex mattress actually allows air to circulate much better than many other types of mattresses, allowing for a cool comfortable sleep.
Natural latex foam is made from rubber tree sap, which is also called rubber serum. ... Rubber trees can yield latex for as long as 30 years. When the trees are harvested, the land is replanted.
However, their comfort leaves much to be desired since the more natural they are the firmer they tend to be. Memory foam mattresses outperformlatex mattresses in all tests which measure comfort, like proper blood circulation. Pressure point relief is a clear sign of comfort
In most cases, latex allergy develops after many previous exposures to latex.Latex allergy symptoms may include hives, itching, stuffy or runny nose. ... A second type of skin allergy called “allergic contact dermatitis” may be caused by chemicals used to manufacture rubber gloves.
Production process, first invented in the early 20th century, latex is poured into molds, vulcanized (usually with sulphur), and allowed to dry. In the early days, particulate settling would lead to latex foam that was firmer and denser on one side than the other. These days, with improvement in manufacturing techniques, that unevenness is minimal or even non-existent. Latex has more elasticity and a more generalized hug than memory foam. When used in a mattress, this means a faster response time and more bounce .Latex foam comes in natural, synthetic, and blended varieties
Bonnel Spring is the oldest spring type technology and is currently widely used in the entry-level spring mattresses. Bonnel springs are hourglass-shaped, and the ends of the wire are knotted or wrapped around the top and bottom circular portion of the coil and self-tied
First adapted from buggy seat springs of the 19th century, they are still prevalent in mid-priced mattresses. Bonnell springs are a knotted, round-top, hourglass-shaped steel wire coil. When laced together with cross wire helicals, these coils form the simplest innerspring unit, also referred to as a Bonnell unit.
The pocket coil concept is a hugely popular advancement in the mattress industry. Most mattress manufactures make their own versions of the individually wrapped pocket coil design. Other names used to represent the pocketed-coil concept include pocketed spring, encased spring, Marshall coil, and wrapped coil
A pocket sprung mattress contains individual springs, each sewn into its own pocket of fabric. This provides much more support and comfort than an open coil mattress, where each spring is lined together within a wire frame. ... A memory foam mattress is an alternative to a pocket sprung mattress or an open coil mattress.
An innerspring mattress uses a steel coil support system. ... The spring shapes, designs, coil gauge and number of coils in a mattress can vary. The innerspring is covered by padding or upholstery materials, including various foams, fiber and even additional layers of smaller steel springs.
A medium firm mattress is ideal for this type of sleeper. For side sleepers, a mattress with slight softness is necessary to cushion the shoulders and hips(memory foam mattress). Stomach sleepers (who very likely sleep this way because of lower back pain) need a firmer mattress to keep them afloat.
Based on everything we've looked at, medium-firm memory foam mattresses are perfect for those suffering back pain. Memory Foam contours the entire body without any gaps unlike innerspring mattresses. Most often, medium-firm mattresses let the spine to rest in a natural position
Back sleepers are most comfortable on a medium firm mattress. ... Latex memory foam and memory foam mattresses tend to work best for side sleepers . Stomach sleepers are most comfortable on a firm mattress. Latex memory foam and memory foam mattresses are usually best for stomach sleepers
Pros: Stomach sleeping eases snoring and some cases of sleep apnea, but that's pretty much the only good thing about going belly-down at night. Cons: Resting on the tummy is widely regarded as the worst sleeping position. It flattens the natural curve of the spine, which can lead to lower back pain.
Sleeping on the ride side can worsen heartburn. However, sleeping on the left side can put a strain on internal organs like the liver, lungs, and stomach, but also while reducing acid reflux. Pregnant women are advised to sleep on their left side for optimal blood flow
Mattress manufactures contractually set minimum prices that they allow retailers to sell their mattresses at, so they either have to price them at that minimum or overprice them and negotiate. Most of the larger chains just price them at the minimum right away