How do I know if I need a new mattress?

If you have aches and pains, are tired more than you think you should be, sleep on a mattress 7-10 years old, it’s time to start shopping for a new mattress.

Should I replace my box spring base when purchasing a new mattress?

We highly recommend purchasing a new box spring with your new Restonic mattress. Our mattresses and box springs are designed to work together as a cohesive sleep system. When a new mattress is placed on an old or existing box spring, the mattress may not perform to its design capabilities for pressure relief and postural support.

What should I do with my old mattress?

Many bedding retail stores will assist with the disposal of your old mattress. Ask about this type of service with your retailer.

How do I know the type of mattress I should purchase?

Restonic offers many different types of mattresses geared for different sleep styles and preferences. The right mattress for you comes down to sleep preferences. Between latex, memory foam, gel and spring, there is a mattress for you. Visit our Restonic showroom to test drive the different models we offer.

What type of research/reviews should I read?

Product reviews can be helpful when researching a new mattress and we encourage you to read honest, verified Restonic reviews when you’re ready to buy a new mattress.

How much does a Restonic mattress cost?

What size mattress do I need?

Choosing a mattress size is determined by who will be sleeping on it, the size of your bedroom and your desired budget. We recommend several methods to finding the perfect size for you, from measuring your bedroom, conducting online research, setting a budget and test-driving many different mattresses.

What’s a hybrid mattress?

Hybrid mattresses have a coil system with a combination of memory foam, latex and/or gel to create multiple comfort layers. Combining these materials extends the life of the mattress and may reduce body impressions. If you sleep hot or cold, have slept on a coil or memory foam mattress before, then a hybrid mattress might be for you.

What’s a latex mattress?

Latex is the end product of harvested liquid from rubber trees in Asia. A latex mattress may be one of the most comfortable and supportive sleep surfaces available. Buoyant, supportive, therapeutic pressure-relief are words used to describe a latex mattress.

What’s a memory foam mattress?


How do I care for my Restonic mattress?

  • Rotate or flip mattress as needed
  • Use an appropriate bed frame
  • Keep your bedding clean and use a mattress pad
  • Carry your mattress upright
  • Don’t jump on your new mattress
  • Don’t use cleaning fluids or allow your mattress to get wet

How long does it take to adjust to my mattress?

It can take several weeks for your body to adjust to the improved support of your new mattress.

Why does my new mattress emit an odor?

Do I rotate or flip my mattress?

Upon purchase you should be instructed whether it’s best to rotate or flip your mattress. If instructed to flip, this should be done monthly for the first 6 months then flipped quarterly. If instructed to rotate, this should be done as needed to promote even wear. Please check your Restonic warranty for further instructions/details.

Should I purchase a mattress pad/protector? Why do I need one?

Yes, a mattress protector ensures the validity of your warranty. If your mattress is soiled, stained or ripped, the warranty is void – regardless of where on your mattress. A mattress cover protects against wear and tear, liquids/spills, allergens, bed bugs and comfort.

Is my mattress fire-proof?

Why are there dips in my mattress?

Some degree of settling is natural as areas that support the heaviest parts of the body compress over time. If you feel your mattress is sagging more than it should, please contact your Restonic showroom.

What can I do if my mattress is too high for my bed?