Since 1938, Restonic has been supporting dreams by producing the highest quality sleep products. For more than three quarters of a century, they’ve contributed to more good nights than any other mattress company. Restonic is guided by the principle that getting a healthy night’s sleep is a right, not a privilege: this means that every Restonic mattress is crafted with better quality materials and greater attention to detail than comparably priced mattresses from competitive brands.
Few other product lines have received a Consumers Digest Best Buy™ Award as many times as their entire ComfortCare Mattresses.
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Restonic has been awarded the Women’s Choice Award for Excellence in Brand Experience for the fifth consecutive year in a row. A whopping 96% of the women polled said they would definitely recommend Restonic to their family and friends.
Women's Choice Awards, the voice of female consumers, awards businesses and brands based on consumer experience. Women Certified is on a mission to give women a collective voice so we can help each other identify businesses that deserve our loyalty and referrals.
What are the most important criteria when choosing a new mattress?
A mattress should suit your unique needs, so it’s important to know what you want yours to do. This may sound funny, but start by making a list of complaints of your current mattress, such as soft in the center or too firm. Then move onto to list health concerns, such as a sore shoulder or back pain.
Once you have your list, research manufacturers and retailers that outline the features and benefits of their mattresses clearly.
Then take your research and start mattress testing in brick and mortar stores. Buying a mattress is such an intimate purchase that you really have to lie down on a variety of models and talk to a lot of people before you can narrow down your choices.
Remember that comparing mattresses is like comparing car insurance – the learning curve is huge. The average person visits 5-6 brick and mortar stores and dozens of websites before making a purchase.
Try these testing tips:
When you’re testing mattresses, always use the same pillow – your own or one from the store. If you lie on a different pillow with each mattress, you won’t be able to accurately compare.
Lie on the mattress like you do at home (side, back, front, etc)
Focus on one part of your body to compare different mattresses. If you have hip problems, remember how each mattress feels on your hip.
Take your partner with you so you find a mattress that works for both of you.
Ask questions – lots of questions!
Restonic is guided by the principle that getting a healthy night’s sleep is a right, not a privilege. They’ve been making mattresses for more than 75 years and like to think we know a thing or two about what goes into a good night’s sleep. Here’s just a taste of what folks have to say about Restonic…
“For our 10 year anniversary, we decided to invest in a brand new bed with all the bells and whistles. Let me say, I love our bed and wish I would of done this 10 years sooner!”
“I have enjoyed my Restonic mattress for eight years now. I must say it has been a great investment! I recommend it to all my friends. In fact, my brother and sister-in-love just purchased one for themselves. They love it, too!! We are definitely a Restonic family. Thank you for your wonderful products!!!”
“Awesome, I just had 15 levels in my back fused and with this bed I can sleep all night and get in and out of bed with the tilt system with eazzz, I really use the massage part currently.”