Does Bargain Barn Discount Mattress sell to Hotels, Camps, and Colleges, and Furnished Housing providers?
Yes! Whether you’re looking for affordable mattresses for your hotel, motel, camp, corporate housing space, college dorm or apartments, we can help! We provide wholesale mattresses to an array of across the Carolinas and Tennessee, and we’re more than happy to help you find the best mattress options at deeply discounted prices for your facility.
How Much Money Can I Save When I Purchase with Bargain Barn?
When you buy a mattress from our wholesale mattress store, you’ll receive the same quality and care as you would at a big department store, but you’ll pay 60 – 80% less for your mattress.
What are the Standard Mattress Dimensions?
Depending on the space available in your room and your sleep preferences, it can be challenging to get the right size. We’ve compiled a list of standard mattress dimensions to help you narrow down your options.
- Twin Mattress – 39 inches wide by 75 inches long
- Twin Extra Long Mattress – 39 inches by 80 inches long
- Three Quarter Size Mattress – 48 inches wide by 75 inches long
- Full Mattress – 54 inches wide by 75 inches long
- Full Extra Long Mattress – 54 inches wide by 80 inches long
- Queen Mattress – 60 inches wide by 80 inches long
- King Mattress – 76 inches wide by 80 inches long
- California King Mattress – 72 inches wide by 84 inches long
- How Often Should I Replace my Mattress?
Great question. According to most mattress experts, the average mattress will last for 7-8 years before it should be replaced. This ultimately depends on your mattress type (all foam versus hybrid, for example) and the lifespan of a given mattress model (quality of construction and materials). Two main considerations are lifespan and durability. As long as your mattress is comfortable and supportive, you don’t have to worry about investing in a new one. Durability speaks to how long the mattress will perform before it starts to deteriorate. If your mattress has started to sag, soften, or leave body impressions, it may be time to buy a new one.
What about Warranties?
Nearly all of our mattresses have warranties ranging from 10-15 years, and some even come with Lifetime Warranty. Each manufacturer provides specific information about the warranty and we have an excellent history of customer service to help you.
Should I Flip or Rotate My Mattress?
Most mattresses sold today feature a one-sided design that requires head-to-foot rotation on a regular basis (monthly or quarterly for best performance); these should not be flipped. Some mattresses are dual-sided and are designed to be flipped (placing the opposite face on top) twice a year. Dual-sided mattresses can also be rotated.
What Are the Different Types of Mattresses?
Shopping for a new mattress can be easy. When you come visit us, our knowledgeable team of mattress experts will walk you through the various mattress types we offer, asking you questions along the way to help you find the perfect mattress for you. There are many different kinds of mattresses on the market today. Let’s take a look at the four basic kinds of mattresses below.
Innerspring and Pocketed Coil
A traditional innerspring mattress uses a network of steel spring coils to provide you with support while you sleep. Depending on the mattress manufacturer, the mattress springs may be tied together into a single unit (traditional) or they may be individually wrapped (Pocketed Coils).
The coil gauge refers to the thickness of the wire used to make the mattress springs. The lower the coil gauge, the thicker the spring, and thus the more support you’ll get from the mattress. These numbers usually range from 12 to 18.
Pocketed coils are a newer technology, utilizing individually wrapped in fabric and are designed to minimize motion transfer/ movement in the bed. The coil count refers to the number of coils in the mattress- the higher the better.
Memory Foam and All Foam
Memory foam mattresses have remained popular since their introduction in the early 1990s. A layer of memory foam or gel foam can reduce pressure points, encouraging blood flow while you slumber. Newer foams can be infused with carbon, aloe, or other materials and can be perforated for maximum air flow to provide additional benefits. Foam mattresses are often easy to transport and set up as they come in a roll or box. All foam beds can:
- Help reduce tossing and turning at night, which is one of the leading causes of poor sleep.
- Distribute body weight evenly, helping to provide the body with proper support avoiding common aches and pains.
- Provide a good option for people with allergies as they are made from materials that are resistant to allergens.
Latex mattresses are extremely comfortable and responsive. Made from pure, natural rubber latex, these mattresses come in a variety of firmness levels to help suit a large range of sleepers. There are many benefits to investing in a latex mattress:
- Latex is free from harmful chemicals, as it is derived from the rubber tree (Hevea Brasiliensis).
- Latex is great for those who need extra back support. It adapts to the contours of your body, keeping proper alignment of your spine.
- A latex mattress is a great choice for people with allergies because it is anti-dust mite, anti-microbial, and anti-bacterial.
- Latex offers incredible breathability and is great at absorbing moisture.
Hybrid mattresses are constructed from a combination of materials which typically includes memory and gel foam or latex foam, pocketed coils, and other materials. Consumers love them because they offer the pressure-relieving benefits of foam, providing increased support and durability. To fully understand the benefits of a hybrid mattress, it can help to know what’s inside.
- Base foam – a dense supportive foam on the bottom of the mattress and on higher quality models, also around the edges of the mattress (“foam encased”)
- A steel core support system of pocketed coils, which may be zoned with a denser number of coils in the middle zone of the mattress to provide more support where it’s needed most
- Comfort. Typically made of memory foam, latex, gel foam, infused foams or polyfoam, in even or textured (eggshell) layers
- Various cooling materials. These may be a part of the comfort layer, and it is meant to help circulate airflow in the mattress.
- Top materials: Some may have a luxurious euro or pillow top. This will provide you with a bit of extra cushioning and can be made from wool, cotton, foam, or fiberfill, and some mattress covers are made with special cooling fabrics for temperature regulation