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Please understand that comfort is a personal preference. We encourage you to stop by a store and try our mattresses in person, if possible, as
we do not accept returns or exchanges.
Our Serenity Latex model features superior support and durability. It is built with a high density foam core and has a two-sided design. Approximately 3” of Talatech® Talalay Latex Dual Comfort foam per side creates a soft feel. Handles allow you to flip and turn this mattress with ease.
Comfort refers to the feel of the mattress. *For example, our "OrthoEuroTop" is softest at 3.8 and the "Ortho Ultra Firm" is hardest at 10.0 on the above comfort scale. The level of support, upholstery layers and size of the mattress all contribute to its overall comfort. Learn more about comfort.
Durability is determined by the quality of the mattress, degree of use, weight of sleepers, and proper care. That's why we manufacture two sided mattresses, enabling our mattresses to stay comfortable for longer. Using the matching box spring can help to increase the durability of your mattress. Learn more about durability.
A good mattress will gently support you, while keeping your spine in the same posture as if you were standing. Good support is an important factor to sleeping well. Learn more about support.
Comfort ratings are on a numeric scale of 0 to 10 with descriptions of “Soft” to “Hard”. In order to “score” each of our mattresses on this scale, we performed a series of firmness tests with a Cornell Tester to measure the firmness of each mattress. These ratings were then converted to a 10 point scale by taking the ratio of each firmness rating to that of the highest reading. Using this method, we defined our hardest product, The Orthopedic Ultra Firm, as a 10. All other scores were calculated on a relative basis.
Durability ratings are on a numeric scale of 0 to 10 for comparison purposes and listed as “Short” to “Long”. Because the useful life of a mattress can vary significantly for individuals based on a number of different factors, we started by using an average lifetime of 8 – 12 years for a top of the line mattress as our baseline. We then estimated performance values for durability based on product performance and expectations. For example, more wire in an innerspring translates to a higher score. The use of a real working box springs would also translate into a higher score.
Support ratings are on a numeric scale of 0 to 10 for comparison purposes and listed as “Low” to “High”. The support scale is based on our line of innersprings and whether or not a mattress is used alone or with a box spring. We started with our top of the line mattress sets scoring a 10 based on product performance and expectations. The score drops through our line as the amount of wire decreases. Less wire equates to less support and the scores are set to reflect this.
Real working modular box spring with more wire and an additional wood slat for superior support and shock absorption to help extend the life of the mattress.
Quality sheets made from 100% fine-combed cotton in ivory.