The most common question we get, and the one no one can answer. Everyone is different, and what may fit one’s sleep needs may not fit another. There are many great sleep options, that is why you have to try them.
The Better Sleep Council and most independent sleep consultants believe that the average mattress should be replaced every 5-7 years. Some mattresses may provide excellent support and sleep for longer, but be wary of those products touting longevity of 20-30 plus years.
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The answer is, probably. It is always wise to buy the mattress set, as one is designed to go with the other. However, there are occasions where your mattress only will suffice. Many current mattresses use rigid or semi-rigid foundations, not box springs, so placing a new mattress on old box springs (which flex) may not only void your warranty but could damage your new mattress.
Refer to the manufacturer’s warranty card for each companies advice first. If that is not available, rotating every other month for the first year is a good start, as the foam layers are new and settling.