Price doesn't always guarantee better quality, longer life span, or even customer satisfaction. The only thing paying a higher price guarantees is that you spent more money.


Big-brand mattresses (Tempur-pedic, Sealy, Serta) have expensive price tags largely because of factors that have nothing to do with actually making a mattress.

Are we saying that our Restored Sleep Mattress that costs thousands of dollars less is better than mattresses from the big name brands?

What we are saying is spending thousands of dollars on a few pieces of foam with a cover on top doesn't give you any piece of mind.

Don't take our word for it, read what real customers have had to say about their mortgage payments.
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meant mattress purchases.

"Bought a Sealy mattress worth $1500. After about 6 months it noticeably sagged and became extremely uncomfortable."

- Marc of Las Vegas, NV

"Spent over $1800 on a Sealy mattress. In less than 3 months, we could notice a decrease in support, which is getting worse over time."

- Pat of Clarkson, MI

"We purchased a Simmons mattress for $2354. After 3 months of sleeping on it, there was already a sinkhole on one side."

- Julie of Fort Piece, FL

"After spending $3000 on a Tempur-Pedic mattress, I'm waking up with deep soreness and pain in my legs andstiffness in my back."

- Toni of Clarksburg, PA

*All reviews quoted are from

While the majority of our customers
(and yes even the big name brands too) love their mattress, there is always going to be a chance you are not completely satisfied months or years down the line no matter who you buy from
(as the above reviews confirm).

So the question becomes; would you rather take a chance on a $5,000 mattress from one of the aforementioned giants or a $500 mattress from a little guy like us?


Contrary to incentivized blog reviews, these people didn't get what they paid for.

LA Hair of Sandy Springs, GA Verified Reviewer

Original review: March 8, 2018

Like many others I bought a Sears Serta mattress and ran into the biggest nightmare. I am stage 3 CKD... I thought I needed a new mattress to be comfortable in my end time. I looked at many mattresses, there was so much oversell and over pricing I became very skeptical. So I decided to go with brands I knew I could trust. BIG BIG mistake. Paid Sears the price of a used car for an EXTRA FIRM Mattress, only to be told by both Seas and Serta that my EXTRA FIRM mattress was suppose to sink in the middle. Their return policies (both Sears and Sealy) are crafted to cover the defects in the mattresses. Why pay a restocking fee for a defective mattress, that you have been forced to sleep on for 30 days.

Margot of Port Coquitlam, BC Verified Reviewer

Original review: February 23,2018

The WORST mattress I have slept on. I would give a Zero Star if I could for both The Brick and Serta. Within months, the sides were sagging and my husband could no longer sleep comfortably. We contacted The Brick (Coquitlam) where we bought it and they sent out a warranty person who said it had sagged 'just' under the warranty requirements. That's with zero weight on it. No one was helpful. The Brick has washed their hands of this, and Serta wouldn't fulfill warranty. So now, we have a garbage bed, that is very uncomfortable- tossing and turning/sleepless nights. Never will I buy a Serta product again. I do not recommend this product at all to anyone who wants comfort or a good sleep.

Gerald of Branson, MO Verified Reviewer

Original review: July 12,2017

I purchased a new Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Mattress in 2014. They said if it sagged a inch and a half they would replace it. Didn't bother telling me that it doesn't count around the buttons. It has to be on a completely flat spot. On top of that now the springs squeak when sitting up on getting off the bed. I had a 15 year old pillow top from another company that never ever gave me any problems like this. I purchased the $250 boxes that go under the mattress to make sure warranty would be good. Now I'm stuck with a piece of garbage that should be returned and replaced. I'd have been better off going to Walmart and buying their foam cool gel mattress for $200. I paid $ 1500 for this junk.

Kristi of Joplin, MO Verified Reviewer

Original review: May 22,2018

Cloud Supreme Breeze - The complete underside of the mattress was covered in mold after about 6 months of owning it. It was a nightmare to get it swapped but we finally did. Now dealing with the same problem and the company says it's my problem and not a covered warranty issue. After spending $6000 for a bed you expect better products and customer service.

Kelli of Spokane, WA Verified Reviewer

Original review: April 30,2018

3 days after purchasing the Tempurpedic "Grand" bed, I experienced pain where my right arm connects at the shoulder. After some research, it turns out other people have this exact problem. If you are experiencing pain,flip the mattress over so the thick foam is on top and add a 2-3" gel topper. Please note: The Grand Bed originally MSRP for $10,000 and I had to add a $160 topper to make it bearable. I think sleeping on 10,000 one dollar bills would've been more comfortable.