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How Often Should I Replace my Mattress?

How Often Should I Replace my Mattress?

We spend a full 1/3 of our lives in bed. Proper mattress care can mean a new mattress will last up to ten years on average. A memory foam mattress, hybrid mattress or latex mattress may last longer, depending on the quality of the new mattress and the mattress care. If you’re suffering from back pain, allergy symptoms, frequently waking up in the night, tossing and turning, or discomfort, it may be time to replace your mattress.

Back Pain

You may experience back pain if your mattress no longer supports your body properly during sleep. As a mattress ages, the springs and other structures may begin to compress and break down. Since the average adult spends 7-9 hours a day, a mattress sees a lot of hard use. Even the highest quality of mattress can’t last forever. It’s important to care for your mattress and replace it regularly to ensure your best night’s sleep.

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Mattress Care

Caring for your mattress means following a basic maintenance routine. Regularly flipping your mattress from one side to the other (if it’s a double-sided model) and rotating it to prevent “dents” or depressions in the surface will help extend the life of your mattress. Mattress care also involves regularly cleaning and airing your mattress. The better care

New Mattress

When buying a new mattress, remember you’re making an investment in your sleep that will last ten years or more. Choose a mattress that offers good support and opt for quality over low pricing. When you come in to the No Bull Mattress, our knowledgeable staff will be happy to help you choose the best mattress available within your budget. Our low over head allows us to bring you the lowest possible pricing on a brand-name, high quality new mattress. Stop on in today and discover your next best night’s sleep.


A mattress typically lasts between 7-10 years, depending on the quality and level of use.
Signs that it’s time to replace your mattress include sagging, visible wear and tear, discomfort or pain while sleeping, and allergies or respiratory issues.
Yes, you can extend the lifespan of your mattress by rotating it regularly, using a mattress protector, and avoiding jumping or standing on it.

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