Stores like Sears and MattressFirm are good places to buy mattresses. There are also stores that deal with mattress wholesalers, like Sleep Number, that are good retailers for buying a mattress. More »

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Menards has pillow top, plush and gel mattresses for in standard sizes for twin, full, queen and king size beds; it also has foam memory pads and bedding accessories. such as pillows, pillow cases, mattress protectors, s... More »

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Mattresses can be easily stored and protected. All that is required is a self-storage unit and a protective vacuum-sealed plastic bag specially designed for a mattress. More »

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People can dispose of old mattresses by giving them to friends and family, places of worship and shelters. Some thrift stores and charities also accept used mattresses. FreeCycle.org, Craigslist and the Earth911 recyclin... More »

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Kingsdown, Inc. has won numerous awards for its mattresses, including the National Home Furnishings Association Award and ADEX Platinum and Gold Awards. The company has also won many awards in Canada, including the Grand... More »

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Beautyrest Recharge mattresses have low to average reviews and ratings. Both Beautyrest Recharge and Beautyrest Recharge World Class, or WC, have owner satisfaction rates of about 63 percent. More »

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The Consumer Reports annual list of top-rated mattresses for 2015 include the Casper in the foam mattress category, the Charles P. Rodgers St. Regis Pillowtop as the choice for innerspring mattresses, and Sleep Number’s ... More »