Mattress

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    One of the benefits of shopping at Surplus Furniture & Mattress is the simplicity of it all. Our hassle-free and no-frills approach combined with our ability to offer a highly competitive pricing makes shopping at our stores a satisfying experience. At Surplus Furniture you won’t have to worry about hidden costs or even wonder who’s paying for all that fancy showroom displays with all the bells and whistles. What you see is what you get…and what you get is simply the lowest possible price on brand name good quality furniture.

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    Here are a few things that you should know about our iSave Best Price Guarantee:

    1. It’s a guarantee—This is not a gimmick. With iSave we stand by our promise to save you money on our in-stock merchandise.

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  • Is it time to replace your mattress?

    Mattresses, like anything else in your house, wears out over time. The problem is, there are no solid signs for replacing your mattress. For instance, it’s easy to tell if you need a new roof, or new running shoes. If your roof starts to leak, or your running shoes develop a tear, then it’s time to replace them. Easy. But your mattress could look fine, yet still need to be replaced.

    We use our mattresses every day, approximately 1/3 of our lifetime. And year after year, your mattress is collecting dust mites, bacteria, mold and fungus. Multiplying. This accumulation can cause asthma, allergies, rashes, and respiratory issues. So it’s important to protect and keep your mattress clean with sheets, covers and protectors. Especially, since we can’t toss the mattress in a washing machine.

    Did you know: the average person replaces their mattress every 9 years, some even keep their mattress for 20 years. Would your running shoes last 9 years?

    It’s important to point out that all mattresses are different, so they wear out on their own time frame. No different than their owners. Overtime our bodies change, our needs change, and mattress technology improves.

    Listen to your body.

    If you struggle to get out of bed each morning, then your mattress may be the cause. For instance, if you are tossing and turning throughout the night, or waking up stiff and sore, then these are calling signs that your mattress has thrown in the towel. Take a moment and ask yourself these questions:

    1. Are you sleeping better (or worse) than one year ago?
    2. Are you waking up stiff and sore?
    3. Does your mattress show signs of wear and tear? (ie: sags, lumps, valleys, creakiness)
    4. Would a new mattress improve your sleep?

    If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then it’s time for a new mattress. Take a look at your mattress tag, it’s recommended that if your mattress is more than 8 years old, then it’s time to replace. Surplus Furniture and Mattress Warehouse has tons of Serta and Signature mattresses in stock ready for Same Day Delivery! So stop resisting-a-rest and hurry into our warehouse today and let one of our sleep experts help you find the perfect mattress set!

  • Serta Motion Beds

    Introducing motion beds by Serta!!!! What fantastic news we have this month. Not only have we just introduced our NEW Serta Mattress Line (Exclusive to Surplus Furniture), we are also rolling out our NEW motion frame.
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    The NEW Serta Motion adjustable foundation allows you to adjust the head and foot of your mattress, so you can find the perfect level of comfort and support. This upgraded design features:

    Wireless remote: allows you to easily raise and lower the head and foot of the mattress without the hassle of wires.

    One-touch zero gravity: allows you to adjust your legs to a higher level than your heart helping relieve pressure off the lower back and promote circulation.

    Easy Connect: Easily synchronizes two bases with one remote.

    One-Touch Flat: Preset button that allows you to return to the base in a flat position.

    Quiet Motor: Head and foot motors engineered to preserve a peaceful sleep environment by creating very little noise when activated.

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    The motion frames are available for Queen and King beds with mattresses to suit your needs and sleep preference. King motion provides optimum comfort for both sleepers. Both sides are adjustable and do not interfere with one another. They fit into all normal Complete Beds.

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    These bed frames are phenomenal. Come in to get a professional demonstration from our bed professionals. They will guide you into choosing the perfect sleeper to suit your needs.

    Make sure you package this motion bed frame with one of our NEW Exclusive SERTA Mattresses for additional savings. They are a sleek looking hotel style, with a variety of comfort levels, ranging from Firm to Plush, with an amazing 10-year non-prorated warranty.

    While in ask about our same day delivery on all in stock product, as well as our industry leading layaway plan. We have fantastic financing options to suit your budget, and the best customer service in town. Don’t hesitate to get yourself comfortable!

  • Mattress Shopping

    Choosing a new mattress is an important decision – you need to be absolutely certain that the mattress you pick is going to be suitable for you, as it could impact your sleep for the next ten or fifteen years! There are many mattress types and sizes of mattresses, so be prepared before you shop.

    Know your Budget
    The first thing you should do before you head out to shop for mattresses is know how much you're willing to spend. Check your local mattress stores' flyers or web sites to see what's on sale. Make notes of model names and numbers that are within your price range, and when you get to the store, ask to see those specific models.

    Look for the Mattress Features, Not Names
    Be aware, the name of the mattress means nothing, it's how the mattress is made that is important. So knowing what is inside the mattress is key, and will save you tons of money. You want to look for a quality made mattress at an unbelievable value. For instance, you don't want to pay nearly $3,000 for a Serta cool gel, micro pocket spring mattress set that's exclusive with one company, when you can get the same Serta cool gel micro pocket spring mattress set for $948 with another company.

    The following provides basic information on the different types of mattresses available today so that you are better equipped to choose a mattress that meets your needs.

    An innerspring mattress
    An innerspring mattress uses a steel coil support system. Manufacturers offer several different types of spring systems, including units with springs connected into a single unit and individually wrapped pocketed coils. Spring shapes, designs, coil gauge, and number of coils in a mattress can vary. The innerspring is covered by padding or upholstery materials, which can include various foams, fiber, and additional layers of smaller steel springs. Coil count can be more arbitrary, but the idea is that the greater the number of coils, the more points of support and greater distribution, thus the better the bed can contour and support the sleeper.

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    Foam Mattresses
    Foam mattresses use one or more types of foam as the support system. The foam may be polyurethane foam, memory (or visco elastic) foam, or latex foam, and can contain gel or other materials. The foam used in such mattresses can be manufactured in a variety of shapes and densities to offer consumers a mattress that has different comfort, feel and heat dissipation features. Gel mattresses use a type of foam that contains gel in the product’s support system, upholstery layers, or both. The gel is added to the foam using different types of technology. The gel foam can offer consumers different comfort, feel and heat dissipation features.

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    Testing Your Mattress 
    In order for you to know how well you like a mattress, you must test it out in the store. Search around looking for mattresses that meet your criteria, and then lay on each to see how you like them.

    • Lay on each mattress for at least 2-3 minutes, and up to 15. The floor models are out specifically for this reason, so don’t be hesitant to lay in the store for a bit.
    • Test the mattress in several sleeping positions, several minutes in each position. Get a feel for how soft or firm it is.
    • Try a firm, a plush, and a pillow-top mattress to get a feel for which type you prefer. Compare these types all within the same mattress brand to get the most accurate idea of which you like best.
    • Although floor model mattresses are changed every few weeks, it is important to note, they are tested by customers on a daily basis, so sometimes they may seem softer than the model you receive at home (which is direct from the factory). So you will need to give your mattress a few weeks to soften to your dimensions.

    So to recap, before purchasing your mattress set, make sure you do your research and compare the mattress features with the pricing. Make sure you are getting a top quality mattress set that fits your needs all within your budget. Surplus Furniture and Mattress Warehouse carries the top brand names when it comes to mattresses, ranging from a basic inner spring to the top of the line Cool Gel Memory Foam.

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  • Features & Benefits of a Pillow Top Mattress

    Pillow top mattresses represent the pinnacle of luxury in the bedding industry. They are often associated with the finest mattresses in the world. In addition to being associated with luxury, pillow top mattresses provide several benefits to its users. Let’s take a look at four of the biggest benefits of using a pillow top mattress.

    Comfort
    A luxury pillow top gently contours to your body and automatically adjusts to the different pressure points of the body. This allows you to be fully supported during sleep and provides you with maximum comfort. The contouring of the pillow top allows less disturbing motion, which can often hinder a good night’s rest. A pillow top mattress generally will absorb the movement of someone’s sleeping partner, thus helping provide undisturbed rest. Given all these reasons, a pillow top mattress might be the most comfortable and best mattress available on the market today.

    Less Pain
    The extra cushioning of a pillow top allows for proper support for the spine while also perfectly contouring to the back, hips, and shoulders. The extra cushioning layers provide additional support for your back and relieve your back of the pressure points that traditional mattresses tend to create. All of these factors combine to make pillow top mattresses one of the best types of mattresses for reducing pain.

    Support
    Mattresses that provide great support tend to be firmer mattresses. Pillow top mattresses are more cushiony, but they are still able to provide great support for users. Because the pillow top adjusts to all the different pressure points of the body, you will be fully supported during sleep. Pillow top mattresses are actually one of the most supportive types available.

    Long-Lasting
    Pillow top mattresses tend to last much longer than traditional mattresses because they return to their proper shape after each night’s rest. Because of this, there is no need to flip the mattress every couple of years to lessen the wear and tear of the mattress. High quality pillow top mattresses are built to last a very long time. You can definitely buy a pillow top mattress and be rest assured that it be a long-lasting investment.

  • Importance of a Mattress Protector

    Importance of a Mattress Protector

    Mattress protectors are important for two major reasons: keeping your mattress free of stains, and preventing exposure to dust mites, microbes, and other potential allergens. While mattress protectors are beneficial in other areas, these are the most important.

    Free of Stain Mattress
    Did you know that even the smallest stain on your mattress will void your mattress warranty? A smudge of dirt, blood stain or a spilled juice drink stain will void your valuable warranty, meaning that the manufacturer will not honor any claim on your stained mattress. Most mattresses are not cheap; a warranty can be very valuable and important. It is in every person's interest to protect the mattress warranty as best as possible. So it is important that your mattress protector is waterproof.

    Protecting Your Health while Sleeping

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    The use of a mattress protector is often recommended to individuals who are known to be susceptible to certain kinds of allergies, especially dust mites. Dust mites produce waste products that irritate the lining of the airways and lungs, causing allergic reactions, such as asthma, skin irritations, chest pains or tightness and wheezing. Children are particularly susceptible. A full zippered encasement allergen filtration mattress protector can provide an extra layer of protection between you and your mattress, filtering allergens that are known to trigger allergy and asthma symptoms.
    Make sure that your mattress protector is waterproof. Mattress protectors reduce allergy symptoms by reducing the ability of mold to grow in a mattress. Mattress protectors which can be easily disinfected are commonly used in children's nurseries and health care facilities.
    Don't forget about comfort, some mattress protectors are made of a thin vinyl material which can easily rip, or let off a subtle plastic smell, leaving your sleep uncomfortable. At Surplus Furniture our mattress protector is made of natural bamboo, which wicks away moisture while you sleep, thus regulating your temperature during winter and summer.

    Bed Bug Protector
    For protection against bed bugs, the mattress and box spring must both be fully enclosed with no possible openings. Zippered cases are commonly used for this purpose. This prevents new bed bugs from getting into the mattress and box spring, and traps any bed bugs that are already inside. Bed Bug protectors must be left on for at least a full year to make sure that the trapped bed bugs and their eggs die. If the cover is taken off early, the bed bug infestation may relapse.

    At Surplus Furniture and Mattress Warehouse, we carry a wide variety of mattress protectors that will ensure the best comfort and protection for your family, all at factory direct prices.

  • Sleeping With the Enemy...

    Screen Shot 2015-12-04 at 3.28.21 PMMattress protectors are important for two major reasons: keeping your mattress free of stains, and preventing exposure to dust mites, microbes, and other potential allergens. There are many reasons why every owner of a mattress should protect their mattress with a health guard. Mainly for their own health and also to protect their investment and warranty.

    Free of Stain Mattress

    Did you know that even the smallest stain on your mattress will void your mattress warranty? A smudge of dirt, blood stain or a spilled juice drink stain will void your valuable warranty, meaning that the manufacturer will not honour any claim on your stained mattress. Most mattresses are not cheap; a warranty can be very valuable and important. It is in every people's interest to protect the mattress warranty as best as possible. So it is important that your mattress protector is waterproof.

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    Protecting Your Health while Sleeping:
    Mattress Protector

    The use of a mattress protector is often recommended to individuals who are known to be susceptible to certain kinds of allergies, especially dust mites. Dust mites produce waste products that irritate the lining of the airways and lungs and particularly with children can bring on allergic reactions, asthma can irritate skin conditions such as eczema. A full zippered encasement allergen filtration mattress protector can provide an extra layer of protection between you and your mattress, filtering allergens that are known to trigger allergy and asthma symptoms.

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    Bed Bug Protector

    For protection against bed bugs, the mattress and box spring must both be fully enclosed with no possible openings. Zippered cases are commonly used for this purpose. This prevents new bed bugs from getting into the mattress and box spring, and traps any bed bugs that are already inside. Bed Bug protectors must be left on for at least a full year to make sure that the trapped bed bugs and their eggs die. If the cover is taken off early, the bed bug infestation may relapse.

    Waterproof mattress protectors also reduce allergy symptoms by reducing the ability of mold to grow in a mattress. Mattress protectors which can be easily disinfected are commonly used in children's nurseries and health care facilities.

    A premium health guard covers and protects your mattress. When you sleep, you shed skin cells and sweat; all of this gets absorbed into your mattress. Health guards eliminates dust mites, mold, mildew, fungus and bacteria and are also doctor recommended. Health guards are 80% cotton and 20% poly terry top which have an advanced microbial barrier that prevent the transference and build up of harmful microbes such as fungus and bacteria. Another benefit is that they help out with allergen reduction, asthma, allergies, eczema and incontinence. A health guard will prevent stains on your new mattress and also validate new mattress warranties.

    So as you can see there are many benefits in having a health guard and is not a waste of money. Come and see us a Surplus Furniture and pick up a health guard for yourself and family members and while you are there pick out a quality new mattress and start fresh!!!

  • The Best Way to Select a New Mattress Set?

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    With so many options out there and the new styles coming out every year it can seem difficult to select the perfect mattress that will fit your budget and comfort level. Here are a couple of tips that can make this very important decision much easier on you.

    First things first you must test the floor models in store. Buying a mattress online is not the ideal way considering you cannot feel how firm or how soft it will be. You must visit one of our Surplus Furniture and Mattress Warehouses that have warehouse showrooms open to the public across the country from British Columbia to the Maritimes. Come on in, and let one of our trained sales representatives run you through the Q and A to help find the best fit. Some customers want to test with their hands... or jab their knees into the top... this is NOT how its done. You must lay down with your entire body on the mattress just like you would sleep at home. If your a side sleeper roll around and don’t forget to try it on your stomach.

    Second thing is value for dollar... You definitely do not want to go cheap with your mattress; it's where you spend approximately 1/3 of your life. If your budget is an issue, we have a large selection of mattresses for all needs and budgets. From the Royal Comfort Full set to our Pocket coil premium quality in the Windham. We even have high end Serta's  like the Luxury Lodge in the collection to the Private Class, I’ve seen the same quality in the retail market for upwards of $2000.00, but here at Surplus, we carry it at a liquidated price!

    So come on in and get ready for a great mattress shopping experience!
    — Surplus Sales Associate, Calgary Alberta

  • Mattress Protector Vs. Encasement

    MattressProtector_BedroomWhen it comes to purchasing a new mattress, the challenge we all face is finding the right mattress that fits our comfort. Once that comfort has been found, we often think that is all we need to worry about when it comes to our new mattress. In reality, the two main things to consider when buying a mattress is 1) finding the right comfort of mattress and 2) how to protect that new mattress. Many times, we neglect to protect our new investment and forget how the life span of our new mattress can be prolonged.

    Thankfully at Surplus Furniture not only can you save hundreds of dollars on a premium mattress set, you can protect that investment for as little as $39. We offer a Health Protector or a Mattress Encasement both at factory direct prices to assist in protecting your investment.

    Now one question you may have is, what's the difference between a mattress protector and a mattress encasement. Good question. Let's take a look:

    In terms of a health protector, these are the following beneficial advantages to having one for your new mattress:

    1. Health Canada approved and recommended

    2. Keeps your new mattress clean, fresh, and stain free. If you ever need to return your mattress, a stain the size of a dime will void the warranty. By having a health protector for your mattress, these prevent your new mattress from being soiled or stained.

    3. Eliminates dust mites, mold, mildew, fungus & bacteria. An unprotected mattress after only a couple years of use will be heavier than when your first got it. This is because of the dust mites (dead or alive) and its droppings, mold, mildew and many other harmful allergens. By having a mattress protector it keeps moisture and dander from making its way down into the mattress while at the same time keeping harmful dust mites and other allergens from making its way up to you.

    4. Fitted sheet that can be easily removed and washed to ensure cleanliness.
    5. Due to the open bottom, the mattress protector does not protect against bed bugs.

    In terms of a mattress encasement these are the following beneficial advantages for having one for your new mattress:

    1. Prevents the spread of bed bugs as it keeps your mattress fully encased. This is amazing as with the latest bed bug epidemic the last you need are the costly ways to get rid of bed bugs. Not worth your time and effort whatsoever

    2. Machine washable and very easy to slip mattress in and out when it comes to washing the encasement.

    In conclusion, after overcoming the hard decision of finding a mattress that fits your comfort, be sure to either get yourself a brand new Health Protector or take advantage of the full protection by getting both the Health Protector and Mattress Encasement. No new mattress should ever be slept on unprotected! Protect your investment and your health!

  • Gel Memory Foam Mattresses

    Cool_Gel_Memory_foamTop of the line luxury mattress sets; We have got you covered. Are you looking for a top of the line luxury bed? We have them! In our store you don’t need to spend thousands.

    Many of our luxury beds contain gel memory foam. If you have never tried it, I would definitely recommend it. We have had amazing feedback on the Gel Memory Foam and most luxury beds contain it.

    So what is Gel Memory Foam anyways, to start, let's first discuss memory foam. Memory foam was designed by NASA back in the 1970's to improve seat cushioning and crash protection for pilots and passengers. It's made from a substance called Viscoelastic. It's incredibly soft and energy absorbent, which means that it minimizes impact. How does it work? Well, memory foam reacts to heat and pressure, by molding to the contours of your body, evenly distributing all the weight. The foam returns to it's original shape, once the pressure is removed. The only real negative side of memory foam is the fact that it retains heat, due to it's closed cell structure. That's where Gel Memory Foam comes in, it contains all the benefits of memory foam mattress with one important benefit. Tiny cooling gel beads. These cooling gel beads allow more airflow in the foam, which regulates the temperature throughout the night, making for a comfortable sleep. The cooling beads also make the foam stronger, so you don't sink as deeply into the mattress.

    If you have any aches and pains, gel memory foam is designed to take away pressure from pressure points and give you a cool pressure free sleep. The feedback on these beds really has been phenomenal; including those with serious pain issues, back issues, and aches and pains. It’s pretty cool (literally), and comfy! We have different densities as well, for those who enjoy a plush soft feeling and for the people who enjoy a nice firm sleep, we have got you covered.

    Need a mattress for the Spare Room?

    We’ve got it! We have mattresses starting at just $98. If you don’t need a top of the line luxury bed we have some beautiful mattresses that are very very affordable. We also have a 100% free layaway program. There is no interest, no storage fees, and as soon as you pay off your pieces you can take them home!

    Do you know where we are located? We currently are working on expanding and may have a store near you!

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