Find The Best Mattress For Better Sleep

What size mattresses are you looking for?

In the past, people tended to use their mattresses far longer than they should because it was expensive to replace them. Shopping for a mattress used to mean you had to visit a retail store, shop with a salesperson, and choose from a range of similar coil-spring mattresses, all priced upwards of $1,000.

Still today, the average price of a mattress has held steady – you can expect to pay several thousand dollars on a traditional mattress. However, it’s no longer necessary to put off purchasing a new mattress. Today, new startup companies are transforming the mattress industry. When you choose to buy your mattress from one of these startups, you can enjoy restful sleep at a lower price. 

Startups are changing the way we buy mattresses

Just a few years ago, new mattress startups launched. Instantly, these new companies changed the way people shopped for and purchased mattresses by disrupting the norms of the mattress industry. Suddenly, mattresses were available online – and you could have a brand-new mattress shipped right to your door.

While many in the mattress industry believed no one would purchase a mattress online without seeing it in person, startups have proven the naysayers wrong. These companies offered innovative mattresses that customers love. With new designs, special materials designed to relieve pressure and provide great sleep, and a variety of sizes from twin to king, these new mattresses were instantly popular. Even more enticing, these mattresses were affordable, with prices starting at $500 and 100-day trial periods for you to try out your mattress at home.

These new mattresses are shipped in convenient, compact boxes and made in the U.S. If you decide you don’t like your mattress, the company will send a courier to your door to pick it up from you for free, and you’ll receive a refund.

Enjoy Better Quality for Less

The mattresses designed by innovative startups are much more comfortable for people than traditional coil spring mattresses. Memory foam was developed for NASA to help to cushion astronauts from the tremendous forces involved during takeoffs. The foam has now found wide use in medicine and the consumer products industry. Today, approximately 20 percent of mattresses are made using memory foam, according to AmeriSleep.

In addition to relieving pressure points, memory foam and latex foam mattresses help to provide support for your spine along with better alignment, which can alleviate back pain and problems. The foam can accommodate any sleeping position, and you can choose from different types of firmness. Startup mattresses are simply a better quality and more affordable option for you than traditional store-bought mattresses.

New Mattress Startups Offer a Money Saving Solution

One common denominator among these mattress startups is that they’ve focused on using the latest technology to offer you the best options at affordable prices. These mattress startup companies have changed the way many people are purchasing new mattresses.

Instead of heading to your local mattress big-box retailer, you can simply search online for the best mattress for your needs from one of these new-generation stores. Many of these companies offer generous trial periods and free shipping, allowing you to try the mattress in your home to make sure you like it. When you’re preparing to invest in a new mattress, don’t go traditional. Instead, search for and consider other options that save you money while offering you the best quality available.

Profile Image
Adam H.

Automotive enthusiast and tech nerd. Loves to spend his free time traveling abroad besides working on his startup.

Never miss a thing

Sign up for our monthly newsletter

Marketing Permissions

Please select all the ways you would like to hear from esearches:

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

sign up

Thanks for subscribing!