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5 Questions To Ask When You’re Mattress Shopping

5 Questions To Ask When You’re Mattress Shopping

When mattress shopping, there are more choices now than ever before. If we’re being honest, it can get a little disorienting! So where do you start? 


You might be tempted to just order the latest mattress-in-a-box you’ve seen being advertised on social media. Your time is valuable after all. But it’s also important to remember that each person has their own unique needs and preferences, and getting the right one for you can have a huge influence on your physical, emotional and mental health.


Time and time again, we’ve seen that the best way to get the perfect mattress for you and your specific needs and preferences is to come into a store and explore the options in person. When you order a mattress online, or without speaking with a mattress expert, you’re much more likely to end up dissatisfied and uncomfortable. Testing your options out in person, and speaking through your unique needs with an expert, means that you’ll end up with something that truly works for you.


If you’re in the market for a new mattress, we’d love to see you pay a visit to an UltiMattress location near you, where you’ll be able to try out your options and speak with one of our wonderful mattress experts. And if you’re not sure what to actually ask when you stop in, we’ve got you. Below are 5 things to ask on your next visit:


  1. What are my options? 

If you don’t know where to start, start here. Mattresses come in so many different sizes, feels, materials and brands. Different mattresses work for side sleepers than for back sleepers. Some are nice and firm, and others are like sinking into a cloud. Some mattresses run hot, while others keep you cool. The more you know about your various options, the better equipped you’ll be to find your perfect bed. And by talking it all over with someone who knows mattresses, you’ll be able to narrow your list.


  1. Do you have any specific recommendations for (insert your specific needs here)? 

Now it’s time to get specific. Whether you’re dealing with back pain, sharing the bed with a spouse, or need something with lots of support, a mattress expert can help you identify which mattresses will be best. Because they know all about different mattress features, latest technologies, and industry standard recommendations, they’ll be able to point you in the right direction. 


  1. Can I try out this mattress?

The part you’ve been waiting for! Now that you’ve narrowed your list, it’s time to get a real feel for your options. Ask us to show you to your top picks, and then get comfortable. Don’t be afraid to roll around, try out different sleeping positions, and get a good feel for each one. Remember, this is what mattresses shopping is all about!


  1. Are you currently running any deals

Congratulations, you’ve found your mattress! Now you want to make sure you’re getting it for the best price possible. Ask your mattress expert about any sales that might be running in the store. There are almost always special discounts running, and we’ll be happy to let you know about them and get you the best deal possible. Use our easy webchat button to ask questions or check inventory on sale items.  


  1. How can I take the best care of my new bed? 

It’s almost time to take your new mattress home! But first, you want to make sure you’re taking the best care possible of your investment. Ask your mattress experts if they have any tips or tricks to preserve the health of your mattress so that you can sleep soundly for the entirety of your mattress’s lifespan. 


When you find yourself in store with the mattresses, it’s likely that more questions will come up. That’s the benefit of having someone there to guide you through the process! Your mattress is a very important investment, and we want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase from start to finish. Come visit us at UltiMattress and we’ll connect you with your new best night’s sleep!


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