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Frequently Asked Questions about TEMPUR mattresses

When buying a new mattress, you are investing in your health, your comfort, and your ability to get a good night’s sleep. With an investment that significant, it’s important that you take time to make the right decision – and as we all know, the best decisions come from being well informed.

With that in mind, we thought we’d gather together some questions and answers that may help to make your decision that much easier. After all, we know how specialTEMPURmattress are. It’s time you did too.

Q. Where is the TEMPUR mattress made?

A. In the 1980s, NASA released to the public its pressure-absorbing material designed to help cushion and support astronauts during lift-off. Taking more than a decade to develop this design, two companies in Sweden and Denmark came together to create TEMPUR material for use in mattresses.

Utilising that design, TEMPUR launched in 1991, quickly finding success around the world. As demand grew, TEMPUR expanded into North America, building an R&D and engineering centre in Duffield, Virginia and a fabrication plant in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Meanwhile, in Denmark, the R&D facility and factory was extended considerably.

Today, all TEMPUR mattresses are manufactured either in the US or Denmark TEMPUR facilities. Manufacturing is not outsourced, which means standards remain as high today as they were when TEMPUR was first founded.

Q. What is the TEMPUR mattress made from?

A. One of the questions we often hear is, is TEMPUR latex or memory foam? While TEMPUR material is neither latex or memory foam, it is perhaps more like memory foam in the way that it behaves. However, it’s the construction of TEMPUR material that sets it apart.

TEMPUR material is made from billions of visco-elastic spherical shaped, open cells. These cells are designed to respond to the heat and weight of your body, meaning they shift and move to mould to your body’s exact contours. This not only provides the support you need, it also eliminates pressure points to allow blood to flow freely throughout the night. With less tossing and turning, you can enjoy a more comfortable night’s rest, and better quality sleep.

Q. Is TEMPUR memory foam?

A. While TEMPUR material may be compared to generic memory foam, it is in fact superior in many ways. So, what is thedifference between TEMPUR material and memory foam?

Design:One of the most important things to note about TEMPUR material is that it is composed using a secret formula. While competitors have tried to replicate it, none have been successful. The result? Not only is TEMPUR material developed from a NASA design, TEMPUR is the only mattress company to be certified by the International Space Foundation.

Production Value:Some competitors outsource their production, which can make it hard to monitor quality. TEMPUR manufactures its own products, keeping to the highest possible design and manufacturing standards at all times.

Comfort & Durability:Utilising an open-cell structure, TEMPUR material perfectly contours to the body. This allows it to adapt to each body type, with less than 3% rebound. It also allows for excellent durability, with each TEMPUR mattress guaranteed by a 10-year warranty.

Q. Are TEMPUR mattresses good for people with back pain?

A. Each TEMPUR mattress features an open-cell structure, which allows it to spread body weight more evenly, eliminating pressure points to offer a more comfortable night’s rest. When used in conjunction with the Adjustable Zero G bed base range, TEMPUR mattresses can help to reduce the pressure exerted on the spine, while working to relieve muscle tension.

While a TEMPUR mattress may help to alleviate your back pain, it’s recommended you seek the advice of a medical professional.

Q. Are TEMPUR mattresses hot to sleep on?

A. Because generic memory foam mattresses tend to ‘run hot’, we often get asked if TEMPUR mattresses suffer the same problem. However, thanks to the open cell structure utilised in the design of TEMPUR material, this allows for easy ventilation and dissipation of heat.

Q. How long does a mattress last?

A. As a big investment, it’s important to make sure your mattress will stand the test of time. So, how often should you change your mattress? It’s generally recommended you change your mattress every 10 years. However, you may find some mattresses don’t last that long, becoming lumpy and unsupportive long before the 10-year mark.

TEMPUR mattresses, however, are built to last. With a10-year full replacement guaranteeon all TEMPUR mattresses purchased directly from TEMPUR or an authorised retailer, you can be sure your mattress will offer the same level of comfort and support throughout that 10-year period.

Q. Where can I try the TEMPUR Mattress?

A. Finding the perfect mattress often means testing out the options. By visiting one of TEMPUR’s retail partners, you can do just that. Find your local TEMPUR stockisthere, then use thesetipson how to choose a mattress to find the right option for you.

Q. Can I sleep on my TEMPUR mattress straight away?

A. You can sleep on your mattress straight away. In fact, the more time you spend on your new mattress the better. Why? If you are used to a more traditional style of mattress, such as an innerspring mattress, your new TEMPUR mattress will initially feel quite different. The high level of support TEMPUR mattresses offer means your body may need time to adjust to the change.

By spending time in bed, reading, watching television, or simply relaxing, you can speed up that adjustment time. Either way, it shouldn’t take longer than a few weeks for your body to adjust to the feel of your new TEMPUR mattress, to start enjoying the exceptional comfort, support and pressure-relieving qualities that encourage a wonderful night’s sleep.

Mattress Care

Q. How do you clean the TEMPUR mattress?

A. Washing TEMPUR material prevents it from functioning as it should, which means it should not be washed, sponged or dry cleaned. If you’re wondering how to clean your mattress without washing it, here are some tips.

  • TEMPUR material features environmentally friendly bacterium-reducing components, which prevent bacterial and fungal growth, so the mattress itself needs little maintenance.
  • By placing the mattress on a ventilated bed base, it allows air to circulate freely and prevents moisture from accumulating.

The removable cover on your mattress can be removed and washed as needed. Note, some covers cannot be washed, so check the care instructions carefully .

Q. Can I wash my TEMPUR mattress cover?

A. While most TEMPUR mattress covers can be washed, some cannot. Check the label stitched inside the cover for care instructions on how to best care for your mattress cover. You will generally find older ‘Deluxe’ models and mattresses that have TEMPUR material embedded or quilted into the cover can be removed, but not washed. Instead, these covers should be aired to renew their freshness.

Q. Do I need a mattress protector?

A. TEMPUR mattresses feature a removable cover, which can be washed or aired as needed. However, if you choose to purchase a replacement or spare cover for your mattress, please contact us for a quotation.

Q. Is the TEMPUR mattress waterproof?

A. TEMPUR material is not waterproof. However, your mattress should remain dry and comfortable with your TEMPUR mattress protector in place. Waterproof and breathable, this mattress protector is made from natural fibres that breathe with the body. It also features an intelligent membrane that prevents your mattress from getting wet, which is the thinnest in the market.

Q. Which bed base is best?

A. Wondering whether you can put the TEMPUR mattress on an adjustable bed base? Or if you can you put a TEMPUR mattress on slats? The answer is yes – to both questions.

If you want an adjustable bed, you can opt for a TEMPUR mattress that is compatible with our adjustable bed range, allowing you to find the most comfortable position for sleep, or for reading or watching television in bed.

You may also place a TEMPUR mattress on a slatted base, however we recommend using a solid base from the TEMPUR bed base range.

Q. Do I need to turn the TEMPUR mattress?

A. Wondering whether you should flip your mattress and how often? While other mattresses may need to be flipped or turned regularly to ensure they remain comfortable, TEMPUR mattresses do not. TEMPUR material is designed to return to its original shape, day after day, year after year. For that reason, there is no reason to flip or turn TEMPUR mattresses.

Q. Can I use an electric blanket with my TEMPUR mattress?

A. We do not recommend the use of electric blankets or hot water bottles when sleeping on a TEMPUR mattress. Because TEMPUR material responds to your body heat, an electric blanket or hot water bottle will prevent it from doing this and properly contouring to your shape. It may also cause irreversible damage to the pressure-relieving properties of your mattress. If your hot water bottle leaks, to wet, stain or damage your mattress, it will invalidate your manufacturer’s guarantee.

If you think you still need extra warmth, consider an over electric blanket rather than an under blanket. Ensure that it is less than 10 years old and in good working order.

How Long Do Mattresses Last? The Results May Shock You!

Mattresses are pretty expensive — one quick glance at our buyer’s guide will confirm this fact. This is why many people do not replace them – not even after many years of use.

They do not want to spend a lot of money on a new one. Besides, now you can delay the process of buying a new one if you do an excellent job at maintaining your existing one.So, how often should you replace your mattress?

It doesn’t matter which type of bed you have. Most of them are ready for replacement within ten years to ensure a good night’s rest (old mattresses can hurt your sleep quality). Besides, it can last beyond ten years on average, if the owners maintain it properly.

Also, many different factors affect a bed’s lifespan. You can extend its life expectancy by following a few easy steps in the text below. We prepared and wrote down some tips to boost its longevity.

How Long Does A TempurPedic Mattress Last? (Explained)

Everything you need to know about the durability and lifespan of TempurPedic beds.

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If you’ve read any of our buyer guides, you probably knowwe expect a quality mattress to last you about 8-10 years. Of course, there are a ton of factors that go into how durable a mattress will be, like your body weight, volume of use, its construction, the quality of materials inside and much more.

An overhead look at the TempurPedic Pro Breeze mattress

If you think about it, a mattress that’s sitting in your guest room will probably last longer than the mattress you sleep on with your loved one every single night. Also, a $300 mattress that sources low density foams from overseas is way less likely to hold up as long as a premium $2,000 mattress that’s made right here in the USA. But in general, a good mattress that’s used consistently should last you about a decade, give or take a year or so.

Hybrid Mattresses vs Foam Beds

Above we briefly touched on how mattress construction can have an impact on its durability, and that’s especially true if you’re dealing with a hybrid mattress. A hybrid bed is simply a mattress that contains both foam and coils, and those coils play a big role in the prevention of sagging. Not only docoils provide more support compared to dense foams, but they also provide bi-directional resistance to pressure when you lay down.

A look at the construction of the TempurPedic Tempur-Adapt hybrid mattress

Accordingly, if you’re looking to use your next mattress for as long as possible, we think you should spring for a hybrid mattress (pun intended). TempurPedic sells all-foam beds, as well as hybrid ones. You can check out full reviews of the TempurPedic hybrid beds here.

TempurPedic Mattress Warranty Analysis

The warranties mattress companies offer can sometimes be a dead tell for how long they expect their products to last. In TempurPedic’s case, theyoffer a 10-year “full replacement limited warranty.”

A 10 year warranty is pretty standard in the mattress industry. That’s what most companies offer. There are only a handful of brands that actually go above and beyond the 10 year period. For example, Nest Bedding and Layla are two companies that back their mattresses with lifetime warranties.

The Layla mattress comes with a lifetime warranty

For the most part, the TempurPedic warranty is pretty straightforward and normal. It essentially covers any manufacturing defects for a 10 year period. For example, thewarranty covers indentations (sagging) more than 0.75″, cracks and splits in the foam and defects related to the zipper. The warranty does not cover physical abuse such as burns, cuts, liquid stains or damage stemming from the use of improper bed frames. We recommend you check out all the details related to the warranty on the company’s official website.

The company also recommends you keep proof of purchase documents in a safe place. That way, you won’t run into any issues in the event you want to make a claim.

What Actual Customers Say

As your trusted bedding reviewers, we felt an obligation to get down and dirty and research what actual customers of TempurPedic had to say about the durability of their mattresses. We went through literally hundreds of reviews dating back several years looking for folks who specifically mentioned how long their mattress lasted.For the most part, people had great things to say about their beds. Below are a few reviews that might be of interest to potential customers. We didn’t include their entire comments for brevity’s sake, just a brief snippet to get the point across.

  • Customer from Portland, OR said “My original TempurPedic mattress was great for 18 years.”
  • Customer from Philadelphia, PA said they had just purchased their “second TempurPedic mattress in 12 years,” and they had “no complaints” after sleeping on their new Breeze Hybrid for a few months.
  • Customer from Hammon, LA said they purchased a king size bed 14 years ago and “they can’t imagine replacing it any time soon.”
  • Customer from Cornelius, NC said “I adored my TempurPedic for 15 years.”
  • Customer from New York, NY said they only started to “experience back pain” after they had their TempurPedic “for 12 years.”
  • Customer from Cocoa Beach, FL wrote “first one lasted 10 years.”
  • Customer from CDA, ID said they had their TempurPedic “just over a year, love it”

We could keep going, but we think you see the pattern here. And for the record, all of these reviews were from this year. The folks who claimed their TempurPedic was long-lasting kept their bed for an average of 10-15 years, which is a little longer than your standard mattress.

There were a total ofthree negative reviews we could find:

  • Unhappy customer from Houston, TX said her and her husband had their TempurPedic for “over a couple of years, and there were indentations where my husband and I sleep.”
  • David from Texas said his TempurPedic “doesn’t hold up” and that it “does good for 6 months, but doesn’t support after.” He also claimed to have a “¾” dip in the side of his mattress.”
  • Unhappy customer in Carmel, IN said it was “great for one year,” but now they’re “going into year 3 and it’s worn.”

However, based on the majority of these reviews, most people claimed their TempurPedic mattress lasted them over a decade. Just please, for the sake of a good night’s sleep, don’t be like that guy from Oregon who kept theirs for 18 years. No matter how good a mattress is, you should probably bite the bullet andpurchase a new bed after 10-12 years.

How Long Do Mattresses Last?

Mattresses aren’t exactly cheap, most people replace them very infrequently and consider buying a new one either a chore or a burden. It’s easy to delay or prolong this process simply by taking proper care of whichever type you own. As a general rule, most should be replaced within ten years for best results in sleep and health, however, the average life of a mattress can last beyond ten years or more if taken care of properly. While it is true that how long one lasts depends on different factors, you can easily increase its life expectancy by undertaking a small number of simple steps. Here is a look at a few of the factors that can decide how long should a mattress last, and possible ways to increase its lifespan:

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1. The Type

What type do you have? For instance, is it air, innerspring, memory foam or latex? Each one has its own life expectancy; air and innerspring being the shortest, memory foam being mid length, while latex types are known to last the longest.

  • Air mattresses will over time either develop leaks or generally become less effective at retaining air pressure. If they have a built-in pump that becomes faulty, this too can lead to premature replacement. Overall, the average air mattress life expectancy is placed at five years.
  • Spring mattresses are good for sharing couples who like a springy and bouncy surface, but unfortunately, due to the inner core being thin metal wire, this type does tend to sag and lose its support even if flipped and rotated regularly. Even ones which have been well cared for will most likely need replacing within 7-8 years.
  • Memory foam mattresses are less prone to sagging but not invincible. They too require rotating, and foam does eventually lose its support but after a long while. This type should be good for at least ten years if kept ventilated, clean, and rotated.
  • Latex mattresses are the creme de la creme and tick all the boxes for quality and longevity. The naturally hypoallergenic and anti-microbial properties add to the durable nature of latex rubber foam to combine a core which can last up to 15 years.

2. Regular Cleaning

Another important factor which determines mattress life expectancy is to do with cleaning.Howdo you clean it? Do you clean itregularly? Do you give it to aprofessionalcleaner? It’s essential that you clean your mattress regularly to prolong the life. If you do not, it won’t last long at all. This is due to the invisible bacteria, mildew, and mattress mold that can slowly eat away at the materials involved. Moreover, it may be better if you could have it cleaned professionally from time to time, as mattresses are home to bacteria and germs in plenty, which might not get adequately cleansed with household cleaning products and methods.

3. Amount of Use

As you can imagine, anything that is used more will last less. However, there are two things that need to be kept in mind. Whichever type you own, it wouldn’t last as long in cases of extreme use, for example sharing couples who use for 10+ hours per day, and secondly on the other hand, if it has been left unused and uncleaned for prolong periods of time. Mattresses that are moderately used, where people sleep on it for around 7-8 hours a day, and then cleaned regularly are the ones that have the longest life.

4. The Cleaning Products

The question of how long do mattresses last really is to do with many supporting factors, but quite often depends on the cleaning methods used to clean them. For instance, in case of blood stains, you might have to use hydrogen peroxide to get rid. Too much of this chemical (and other heavy duty stain removers) would lead to a reduction of mattress life as these are not made to withstand such chemical uses.

5. Proper Precautions

It is always nice to have kids around the house. However, if your kids want to use your bed as a trampoline, it seriously isn’t a good idea. You would rather have them play elsewhere since this can seriously damage your bed. Imagine you have an innerspring, the springs will become too soft and compressed in no time at all and will leave you with a creaky and sagging surface. Additionally, whether it’s latex or memory foam, soon there will be indentations which are beyond repair. To prolong its life, you can also rotate and flip it from time to time, but that’s only if it’s double-sided and permits you to do so. You could perform this every few months for the duration of its life, which will significantly improve how long a mattress can last.

When Do You Know You Cannot Use Your Mattress?

Usually, mattresses that are over seven years old do not provide the comfort and support you need on the bed. Once you see there are signs of the surface and support wearing out, or you’re feeling uncomfortable in the bed when you are sleeping on it, you would be better off changing it. Some of the common visible signs of wearing are sagging, holes and tearing. If you cannot get a full night’s sleep and feel that you’re having a better slumber elsewhere than your bed, you need to start looking for a replacement.

You might buy the most expensive mattress, but if you do not care for it properly, it might not even last ten years. On the other side, ones which are taken care of correctly are known to last more than 15 years.

How Long Does A Tempurpedic Mattress Last?

Last Updated on April 3rd, 2020

Since they were first introduced, Tempur-Pedic mattresses have proved to be a blessing to mankind. These mattresses are known for comfort and longevity.

The minute you sleep on any of them, you feel utterly relaxed and comfortable.

However, the question that’s probably weighing heavy on your mind right now is, how long does a Tempurpedic mattress last?

Stick around to find out.

Tempur-Pedic Mattress Reviews

Tempur-Pedic is a part of Tempur-Sealy International and is a manufacturer of mattresses. As a brand, they offer various mattress models. The features of these mattress models have been provided below.

  • The TEMPUR-Adapt,

This TEMPUR-Adapt mattress is available in two different designs– the all-foam adapt, and the hybrid adapt. The all-foam adapt mattress is built with a high-density polyfoam support core, while the hybrid variant has a memory foam comfort layer. It also features pocketed coils support core.

The two designs have dual-layer SmartClimate cooling covers. In terms of firmness, they are both considered to be at the medium level.

Motion isolation is a key strength of this mattress. They absorb and minimize transfer significantly. They are great in improving spinal alignment, especially for side sleepers. Meanwhile, they also confirm for targeted relief of pain and pressure.

  • The TEMPUR-ProAdapt

The ProAdapt is a Tempur-Pedic mattress that is sold either as an all-foam or hybrid bed. In terms of firmness settings, the all-foam ProAdapt bed can be soft (3), medium (5) or firm (7).

The bed is constructed with a high-density support core as well as a memory foam comfort layer. All-foam ProAdapt beds are very good at minimizing motion transfer and reduce night-time disruptions.

On the other hand, the hybrid ProAdapt uses pocketed coils instead of a foam support core and are offered with medium firmness. They offer close conforming and minimal sagging. However, both versions feature a dual-layer SmartClimate cooling cover. This makes the bed temperature comfortable for sleeping.

  • The TEMPUR-breeze°

The TEMPUR-breeze° is Tempur-Pedic’s latest model. The ProBreeze° comes in a hybrid or all-foam mattress. The all-foam bed is made with a memory foam comfort layer and high-density support core. The hybrid mattress has pocketed coils. The firmness level of both mattresses is medium.

Also, The TEMPUR-LUXEbreeze° comes in soft, medium and firm settings. It is an all foam bed. All TEMPUR-breeze° mattresses come with dual-layer SmartClimate covers which are padded using a layer of the phase-change material.

All Tempur-Pedic mattresses are made from high-quality memory foams. These foams usually offer more longevity than other foams. Because of this, Tempur-Pedic mattresses typically last longer than the average lifespan of different beds.

Besides, their all-foam mattress models offer exceptional motion isolation, pain and pleasure relief that is above average, and consistent conforming. Meanwhile, the hybrid versions are known to provide strong edge support, impressive temperature neutrality, and great motion isolation.

Pros

  • Durability
  • No noise
  • Multiple thickness, composition and firmness options
  • Great motion isolation
  • Impressive Business Bureau rating
  • Exceptional Pain and pressure relief

Cons

  • Very pricey
  • Difficult to move or rotate
  • Sleep trial requires a 30-night break-in period

What Type of Sleeper can use a Tempur-Pedic Mattress?

People tend to have different experiences on different beds. The most important thing to look out for in a mattress is the comfort and spinal support that it provides to the sleeper.

When it comes to how ideal a Tempur-Pedic mattress is for a person, a lot is dependent on factors like weight, firmness preference, and sleeping posture.

For the most versatility even in terms of firmness settings, the ProAdapt and TEMPUR-breeze° models are the best pick. Sleepers that weigh between 130 and 230 pounds will do well to buy any of the two Adapt mattresses. The medium firmness setting will be perfect for them.

The LuxeAdapt will work for lightweight and side sleepers because of its ‘soft’ setting. Back or stomach sleepers and Heavy people too can use The LuxeAdapt mattress if its firmness is set to ‘firm’ (7).

Besides, Tempur-Pedic mattresses are a good option for people with a relatively large shopping budget. People who tend to wake easily after hearing a noise or perceiving movements will find this bed more sleep aiding. Also, if you’re looking for a mattress that has thicker-than-average profiles, Tempur-Pedic mattresses are a good choice.

All You Need to Know About Tempur-Pedic Mattresses

  • Construction and Firmness

Like you probably already guessed, Tempur-Pedic mattresses are constructed with Tempur material. This is a sort of high-density memory foam like the ones found in foam pillows. The producers of these mattresses make use of a layered construction technique.

Usually, varied Tempur foams are used to create the first two layers of the mattress to give different comfort options. The rest of the mattress is then constructed with two to three more layers of varying foam quality and thickness.

The Tempur material used is what makes it easy for the bed to conform to the contours and body shape of the sleeper. It also helps to distribute the sleeper’s weight evenly, and as such, sleepers do not tend to wake up with body pains.

  • Sizing and Pricing

The prices of Tempur-Pedic mattresses differ depending on the particular model and size. These mattresses are a little on the pricey side, especially when compared to the prices of other standard beds.

However, they are worth the cost when you consider their advantages. Meanwhile, Tempur-Pedic mattresses come in all the different standard mattress sizes.

How to Clean a Tempur-Pedic Mattress Topper?

Tempur Pedic mattresses usually come with an anti-microbial removable mattress cover. Whenever you’re ready to clean it, all you need do is unzip the cover and wash it in cold water.

Also, pour a sizeable quantity of mild detergent in your washing machine. Ensure that the cover is washed on the gentle cycle so that the fabric’s integrity is maintained and retained. Afterward, you can go ahead to tumble dry the cover or better still, hang it to dry.

You can buy any of the mattresses on the company’s website, though they often remove or add to their selection there. You can get the mattresses through Amazon.com as well.

They can also be obtained from other third-party retailers. The Tempur-Pedic company claim that their beds are available through 6,390 brick-and-mortar companies and from different retail locations all around the U.S, Virgin Islands, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. You’ll get a detailed retailer directory from the company’s site.

To all mattress orders within the contiguous U.S, the company offers free white glove delivery. Also, they give a 90-night sleep trial as well as a 10-year warranty to their buyers.

How Long Does a TempurPedic Mattress typically last?

Before the Tempur-Pedic mattress company started using Tempur for their mattresses, Tempur was initially being utilized by NASA to build safe aircraft seats for their passengers.

They were known to be suitable for lift-off and for distributing weight evenly. Soon after Tempur was discovered to provide excellent support for sleeping, Tempur-Pedic began making mattresses using this material. Since then, the company started to grow and gain popularity.

As the brand continues to gain more popularity, people are curious about whether or not their mattresses are really worth the price, and if they last as long as they’re said to last.

Actually, the Brand’s mattresses are the most recommended in America, and a large percentage of reviews report satisfaction with the beds. In fact, the beds are said to help in eliminating or reducing pains at various areas of the body. As far as the lifespan of the mattresses is concerned, it is also reported that they last for a significantly long time.

The tempurpedic mattress lifespan depends a lot on how it is used and maintained. However, Tempur-Pedic Mattresses are made with high-quality materials and high-density memory foams. As such, the mattresses are capable of lasting for a period of 7 to 8 years. They are more durable and functional than other kinds of mattresses. People who own this kind of bedding are known to have little, or no complaints about the bed sagging.

Even so, the mattresses must be maintained and used exclusively for what it is made for if it will be as durable as it is said to be. You are not expected to sit on one side if the bed for a lengthy amount of time. Also, you need to rotate the mattress regularly so that the bed can wear evenly.

Besides, the bed is not made for, and cannot withstand the pressure of kids jumping on it. Therefore, ensure that your kids do not turn the bed into their playground. Keep the mattress away from direct sunlight as this can have adverse effects on the bed too. The bed is made for sleeping and using it for anything other than that can reduce its lifespan or cause it to deteriorate quickly.

Even with all the up-sides of these mattresses, for many customers, their price point is a huge discouragement. Compared to competitors, Tempur-Pedic mattresses are believed to be overpriced. However, the company upgrade the quality of their products yearly, and this may be why the price remains on the high.

Bottom line

How long does Tempurpedic mattress last? — Between 7 to 8 years. Clearly, the pros of Tempur-Pedic mattresses outweighs the cons. So if you’re thinking of buying one, why not?

Now that you’re sure about the longevity period and functionality of the mattress why not try it out? Like many other buyers, you’re probably going to love it too.

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