Serta Mattress Shopping Tips

Body Contours in Bed
Body Contours in Bed

We have all been there once or twice. Waking up in the morning with a back ache and droopy eyes after a night of tossing and turning. Shouldn’t we be counting sheep? Eliminate pain and restless nights with a Serta mattress from

Mattress Shopping Tips

Memory Foam Layers
Memory Foam Layers

Shop Serta! There are a gazillion mattresses, so how do you choose? We have done plenty of research and are happy to help you cut to the chase. is a huge fan of Serta. Why? Serta is a trustworthy and well known brand that has been in business since 1931. The company has won the title of “Best Mattress” and is known across the world for their    innovative mattress designs. Serta offers mattresses to the public and is a distributor for major hotels including Best Western Internatonial and the Bellagio. Are you ready to go Serta? Visit and check out our online selection of Serta mattresses today! This is the best mattress shopping tip you will take in your life.

Serta Mattress Shopping Tips

Hybrid Pillowtop Mattress
Hybrid Pillowtop Mattress

Now that you know what brand of mattress to buy, how about mattress types? One very important Serta mattress shopping tip to consider is buy the mattress that is right for YOU. For example, consider your comfort levels and durability of the mattress first. Do you prefer soft or firm? Latex or memory foam? If you know your comfort levels right off, buying online from should be a piece of cake. If you are not
sure what your comfort levels are, give us a call at 1-800-970-5889 and ask to speak with one of our Serta Mattress Specialists. We would love to help you identify the right comfort level for you.

Other Serta Mattress Shopping Tips to Consider

Now that you know the brand and your comfort level, what’s next? Again, let us help you cut to the chase! Here are more important tips to consider when purchasing a new Serta mattress:

  • Price matters! Never go for the cheapest priced mattress. Instead, take a look at your comfort levels and durability of the mattress first; then you can find a price that fits your budget.
  • The construction of a mattress can make or break the next 10 years of your sleepy time. Ask one of our specialists about Serta’s innerspring mattresses and how they can help support your back like never before.
  • Order a Serta foundation! Using your own foundation is a big no no, especially if you are purchasing a Serta Mattress. All Serta mattresses come with a nice warranty only if you use a Serta foundation. Serta foundations are designed to support Serta mattresses to the max. Not only will you be caring more for your body, but you will be taking the very best care of your new Serta mattress.
  • Ask questions! When purchasing a mattress, you will hear w
    Serta Mattress with Adjustable Base
    Serta Mattress with Adjustable Base

    ords like “Pillow Top” and “Latex Foam.” Ask one of our Serta Mattress Specialists at about these and other mattress terms so that you can make the best purchase.

The Best Serta Mattress Shopping Tip

Buy Serta! If you want to have no regrets for the next 7 to 10 years of your life, then buy a Serta mattress. We spend a third of our lives in bed, so  make it count with lots of sheep! For more information about Serta mattresses, call 1-800-970-5889. We would love to help you make your Serta mattress purchase today!

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What is Leather Match Furniture?

In a past post, we talked about the differences between leather and microfiber furniture. We learned that microfiber was a least expensive choice since it’s not “real leather.” However, today we are turning our focus to leather match furniture! From this post, you will learn that you can still buy real leather without spending all of your hard earned money.

Defining Leather Match Furniture

Back to the initial question: what is leather match furniture? When you hear “leather match furniture,” think “half real leather and half bonded leather.” For example, leather match sofas only have real leather in the areas where people actually sit and also on the arm rests. Bonded leather or other type of faux leather is applied to the rest of the couch to save you big on your furniture bill. Applying real leather only on the areas of the couch that need it most will give your family and guests the comfort of real leather without the additional costs. Time to start buying leather match furniture!


Bonded Leather in Leather Match Furniture

Moving on to bonded leather! The term “bonded” simply means glued together. Bonded leather is made from left over scraps of lea

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ther that would normally be thrown away as well as other fibers. The scraps are glued together and then sealed with a plastic type finish. The finish adds more durability to bonded leather furniture, giving you a long term option similar to top grain leather furniture. Bonded leather is a great way to make the most of our natural resources.

Our Customers Love Leather Match Furniture

Did you know that 95% of our customers buy leather match furniture? For them, the quality of leather match is fine and they really don’t need a top grain leather on places they don’t sit or even look at if it is placed against a wall. customers understand the benefits of leather match furniture as it not only gives them quality, but it saves them money. There really is no need for concern when buying leather match furniture. You may think “A full leather couch is more worth my money long ter

Southern Motion Siri Sofa
Southern Motion Siri Sofa

m” or “My guests will be able to tell that my furniture is not top grain leather everywhere.” So not true! People won’t know the difference between a leather match sofa and a full leather sofa. Leather match furniture will also give you similar long-term durability as the most used areas of these items are covered in top grain leather. We do not discourage you from buying full on leather furniture; however, being a discount retailer, we always want you to know where you can save.

For More Info on Leather Match Furniture

There are very good reasons to subscribe to our blog; we will educate you in the areas of furniture, so that you can save cash in the long run!  For more information about our leather match furniture selections, go to We always have Facebook deals, site promotions, and important information about our furniture right here. You can also contact us via live chat, email, or call us directly. We are excited to help you with your next purchase!

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Leather vs Microfiber Sofas

Before purchasing your next sofa, you will probably ask yourself, “Should I buy a leather or microfiber sofa?” When you ask yourself this question, you need to take cost, comfort and durability into consideration. These factors will ultimately help you make your final decision.

Cost: Leather vs. Microfiber Sofas

As a general rule of thumb, you can expect to pay more for leather than microfiber sofas. Leather has such varying grades that pricing can fluctuate greatly. We won’t discuss leather in detail here but remember that bonded leather, leather match, top grain leather and top grain Italian leather will play a big role in the cost. Depending on the manufacturer and quality of materials, leather and microfiber sofas can be comparable in price. For example, you can find some manufacturers that can provide both microfiber sectional sofas and leather sectional sofas for about the same price. Let’s look at Coaster for instance. They have a leather modular sectional sofa and microfiber se

Moroni Furniture - Grandeur Sofa
Moroni Furniture – Grandeur Sofa

ctional sofa for about the same price. Of course, leather sofas can get quite costly if you are looking for a sectional sofa made from top grain Italian leather. Moroni leather furniture will cost more because they have developed a great reputation with their plush and luxurious leather sofa designs. You are also paying for superior quality in how your sofa is made by purchasing from Moroni, as they hand produce and closely inspect every leather sofa they make. There is also a new phenomenon in microfiber sofas called “leather-like microfiber”. This is a full microfiber fabric but looks just like leather. Until you touch it, most people will never know that it isn’t leather. This is a great option if you are looking for a leather looking sofa but don’t want to pay the leather price.


Comfort: Leather vs. Microfiber Sofas

The comfort of leather and microfiber sofas come from the quality of materials used to produce the sofas. Bonded and faux leather sofas will typically not be as comfortable as top grain leather sofas. This is because top grain leather is softer and more flexible than the processed bonded leather. Comfort also comes down to a matter of personal preference. Some people do not prefer leather sofas for various reasons, so they might be more inclined to purchase a microfiber sofa. Microfiber sofas are great if you live in a climate that is very hot and humid

Barton Sectional Sofa
Barton Sectional Sofa

as microfiber is known to wick away moisture. If you decide to purchase a microfiber sofa, you will have many options. Not all microfiber sofa fabrics are made equally and they come in all different textures. The texture of the microfiber comes from how the fibers are woven. If you would like to purchase a microfiber sofa in a particular microfiber, Broyhill furniture produces various different microfibers to meet your comfort.

Durability: Leather vs. Microfiber Sofas

If you have dogs or kids, durability will most likely be the most important factor in purchasing a leather or microfiber sofa.  It has been said that the wear and tear from kids and pets can decrease the life of your sofa by half! Not to worry, by choosing the material that suites your needs you will still be able to get years of use out of your sofa. Again, as a general rule, if you know your sofa is going to be used heavily (i.e. your main room or TV watching room) you will want to make sure you choose a leather sofa. Leather is much more durable, can take much more abuse and still looks and functions great. If you are worried about spills, leather cleans extremely well and will continue to look great as you can just wipe spills away. Microfiber sofas are also great for spills but won’t clean as well as leather sofas. They are also more susceptible to staining. If you are worried about tears, a leather sofa will be your best option. Leather is stronger than microfiber and will resist tears and fraying much better. So if you have a pet with claws, we recommend leather over microfiber. If you are worried about scratch marks, we recommend microfiber sofas. Microfiber sofas won’t show the scratches the way leather will. However, if

those furry critters have pokey nails, and you are worried about ripping or tearing, we recommend leather sofa as they are most durable over all. No shocking news here, but if you are planning on putting your sofas through heavy use, you will definitely want to purchase a dark color to hide soiling and staining that naturally takes place over time. If you do have pets an

Furniture Protection Plan
Furniture Protection Plan

d kids, your furniture will receive heavy use. We do highly recommend the 5 year furniture protection plan so that you can use your new furniture without the worry. We hope this gives you a better idea in deciding whether a microfiber sofa or leather sofa is a better purchase for you.  At we want all our customers to know what they are purchasing and happy with the quality when their order arrives.

Please let us know if you have any questions before making your purchase by calling us at 1-800-970-5889. We are happy to answer your questions!

Leather Basics for your new Leather Furniture

Faux Leather, Bonded Leather, Genuine Leather, Italian Leather? Which is it?

The leather world can be super confusing. We understand. Let us tackle some of those terms in this article and see if we can help explain it.

Let’s start with Genuine Leather. This is the most common type of leather when an item is referred to as leather. In most cases this will be top grain leather (top grain because it is the top and most durable layer of the hide). In most cases the genuine leather is what will be on the parts of the piece where the skin touches. This means that on a sofa, you will have genuine leather on the seat, back and arms where your body will make direct contact.

This is called a Leather/Leather Match sofa. The back and sides will be a bonded leather, leather split or vinyl.

So, what is Leather Match? Leather match is the process that almost all manufactures use, with exception of some higher end lines. (See for example: Moroni Italian Furniture for full leather options). In this process, a genuine leather will be used where you sit and touch and a less expensive product will go on the back and sides that is never touched and in most cases never seen, especially if an item is pushed against a wall. Manufactures do this so that they can keep prices down and put top quality product where it matters. In most cases, you won’t even notice that the back and sides aren’t the same type of leather as the seating surface. So, when a retailer says 100% leather, you will want to make sure that they aren’t just referring to the seating area. It is important to note that if you really want a 100% leather sofa everywhere, you are going to pay for it. This usually doubles the price of the piece of furniture. Leather products from Southern Motion, Lane Furniture, Parker Living, and Franklin Furniture will be made with leather/leather match construction.

What is Faux Leather? Faux leather is usually a polyester or vinyl. This will have no leather content in it at all. This is popular for those that don’t like the hot/cold of leather or want a leather look at a much more affordable price. This is one of our most popular collections that looks like a leather but it is 100% polyester fabric. Broyhill Laramie Sofa

What is Bonded Leather? Bonded leather is a composite of leather and polyurethane. It is a more affordable alternative that offers the look and feel of 100% leather. Some characteristics of bonded leather are a shinier look and less texture to the leather. Bonded leathers are not recommended for humid climates as the top coat of the material can peel over time. In the past few years, many manufactures have stopped making a bonded leather option completely. Bonded leathers are not all made equal and some are much better than others. VIG Furniture still supplies products in the bonded leather.

What is Italian Leather? Italian Leather is a phrase normally used when talking about a more high-end leather. Italian Leather is of a better quality for a couple of reasons. The first being the tanning process. Italian leathers are processed with a higher grade process than any other. The second factor is determined by the origin of the leather. Hides from the southern hemisphere (hotter climate) are much more abundant and tend to show more blemishes and defects and consequently have to be cosmetically altered or repaired. They are less supple and soft. Hides from the northern hemisphere (cooler climate) are less abundant and typically are higher in quality due to the climate in which these animals live. Italian Leather uses hides from the northern hemisphere. Two brands that use Italian hides are Luke Leather and Moroni Furniture.

To help in your understanding of Leather, here are some of the most common questions:

Why is leather hot/cold?

Leather adapts to the temperature of its environment or what is nearest to it. If ambient temperature is 70 degrees, the leather will feel cool or cold to you because normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees. If the room is 90 degrees, the leather will feel hot. However, the type of leather will affect the amount of time it takes the leather to adapt to the body temperature. For example, pure aniline dyed leather (see Glossary below) will breathe and assume body temperature rapidly.

Can I have leather furniture if I have kids/pets?

Leather is very durable and lasts 15 to 20 years compared to about five years with fabric. It ages well, and it stretches and retains its shape without sagging. Leather is more resistant to animals than fabric covered furniture, does not absorb animal odors and cannot be penetrated by animal hair, but it can be damaged by the sharp claws or teeth of dogs and cats.

Will leather crack or split?

Direct exposure to sunlight and heat can damage leather by fading and drying it. Fading is commonly seen in semi-aniline and aniline leathers and less common in fully finished leathers that have a protective top coat. Drying of leather from the sun will damage any kind of leather regardless of the finish. The sun’s heat causes the natural oils to evaporate, eventually stiffening and cracking the leather.

Why is one leather grade more expensive than another?

Raw hides come from many different sources all over the world, and climate and other conditions vary greatly in those regions, affecting the hide characteristics and quality and therefore requiring different levels of correction. Other factors such as special surface treatments and the age of the animal also affect the final cost.

Are there supposed to be marks and blemishes on the leather?

The marks are your assurance that you have real leather. There are corrected leathers and other finishing processes that will reduce the appearance of some of those natural marks and blemishes, but it is important to know that those are natural characteristics of the raw material, just like the ones on human skin.

Are animals harmed to make leather?

Leather is a by-product of the beef industry, and if not used to make leather products, the hides and skins would be disposed of as waste.

How do I decide between Fabric or Leather?

This could easily be its own blog post but there are a couple of items to consider. First is price. If you are price sensitive, choose fabric or a faux leather. Second would be durability. Leather is more durable and will last longer. Lastly would be feel. If you don’t like the hot/cold or the general feel of leather, fabric is much more constant.

General Glossary of Leather Terms

ALTERED LEATHER – Leather that has had the original surface of the skin or hide removed, (usually due to imperfections in the original grain surface), and a new grain embossed into the leather. This is also called corrected grain. Most top-grain leathers have altered or corrected grain.

ANILINE  – The name given to the particular transparent dye used to color dyed leather.

ANILINE LEATHER – Leather that has been dyed through with aniline dyes. Pure aniline leathers represent approximately 5 percent of all upholstery leathers produced worldwide. Sometimes topped with a protein, resin, or lacquer protective coating; can also be waxed.

BUFFED – Leather which has been abrased or sueded. This can also be referred to as snuffed, nubuck leather, or grain-sueded leather.

Bycast Leather – A bycast leather is a leather produced from a lower leather by melting an adhesive on its surface and then rolling on a coloured polyurethane film. The finish applied to bycast leather will offer a degree of protection. Bycast leather tends to have a more shiny appearance. Due to the thickness of the coating bycast leather may not be quoted as genuine leather nor may the leather mark be used.

CORDOVAN – Leather made from the tight, firm shell portion of horse butts. Cordovan has very fine pores and a characteristic finish, and is very durable.

CORRECTED GRAIN – The outside skin is sanded or abraded to minimize faults. It is then pigmented to cover the sanding and printed with an artificial grain. A spray sealer topcoat is then applied. Corrected grain material is usually called top grain leather.

DEGRAINED LEATHER– Leather from which the grain has been removed after tanning, by splitting, abrading or other process.

DRUM DYING – The application of dye stuffs to leather by the immersion of the leather in a drum that is tumbled. This process allows full dye penetration into the fiber.

EMBOSSED LEATHER-Usually corrected grain, in which a pattern is applied by extreme pressure in a press to give a unique design or imitation of full grain characteristics. Sometimes leathers are embossed to make them appear to be another leather, such as embossing an alligator pattern into cowhide.

EMBOSSED, FANCY -A fancy or geometric pattern is impressed into the leather.

Finishing – Term to collectively describe steps or techniques performed after the dyeing treatment, such as rolling, pigmented spraying, lacquering, antiquing, waxing, buffing, glazing, waterproofing and flame-proofing to provide more abrasion and stain resistance and/or more even coloration.

FULL GRAIN-The term used for the outside original skin or hide which has had the hair removed, but otherwise has not been corrected or altered. Full-grain leather possesses the genuine original grain of the animal.

GLAZED FINISH -Similar to an aniline finish except that the leather surface is polished to a high luster by the action of glass on steel rollers under tremendous pressure.

GRAIN (LEATHER) -The outside of the hide or skin consisting of the pores, wrinkles and other characteristics which constitute the natural texture of the leather.

GRAIN CHARACTER – The natural markings on the surface of the leather.

GRAIN, EMBOSSED -An artificial grain pressed into the surface of top grain leather from which the original grain has been removed.

GRAINED LEATHER -Any leather on which the original natural grain has been changed or altered by any method, process or manipulation; also top grain.

GRAIN SUEDED -A process of sueding the grain side of the skin to achieve a buffed or sueded condition. See “Snuffed”.

HAND -A term used in the leather industry to describe the feel, i.e., softness or fullness of upholstery leather.

Hand-antiqued – Also referred to as “hand-rubbed,” it is the process of rubbing a contrasting color on the leather surface to accentuate natural grain or embossing.

HEAVY LEATHER -A somewhat indefinite term, generally understood to include vegetable-tanned sole, belting, strap and mechanical leathers made from unsplit cattlehides.

IMITATION -A variety of materials which have been made to resemble genuine leather. The great bulk of these are rubber or plastic-coated fabrics. It is unlawful to use terms connoting leather to describe imitations.

LEATHER -An animal skin which has been preserved and dressed for use.

LEATHERETTE -A manufactured product which imitates leather.


Liming – The process of chemically removing hair from the raw hide.

NAKED LEATHER -A leather with no surface, impregnated treatment of finish other than dye matter which might mask or alter the natural state of the leather.

NATURAL GRAIN -A leather which retains the full original grain.

NUBUCK -A brushed, grain-sueded leather.

OIL TANNED -Leather tanned with certain fish oils. Produces a very soft, pliable leather such as chamois.

PATENT LEATHER – Leather with a glossy impermeable finish produced by successive coats of drying oils, varnish, or synthetic resins.

Patina – A luster that develops over time and with use on pure anilines and nubucks.

PERFORATED-In leather, the process of die cutting small holes to form a pattern. The holes can vary in size, density and pattern.

PIGMENTED -A process of coloring and coating in the leather surface with colored pigments dispersed in film-forming chemicals called binders which can be tailor-made to produce surfaces that are highly resistant to wear, fading, etc. Leather that has been sprayed with a pigmented, opaque finish. This is usually done to cover imperfections in leather

Pull-up – Full grain aniline leather that gets its color from dyes and when the leather is pulled the waxes and oils in it cause the color to dissipate and become lighter in the areas pulled tight.

ROUND HAND-A full-handed leather, usually slightly swelled as with vegetable tanning.

SADDLE LEATHER-Vegetable-tanned cattlehide leather for harnesses and saddles, usually of a natural tan shade and rather flexible.

Sauvage – A two-tone effect that adds depth and character to the leather.

Semi-aniline – Leather that has been aniline dyed and then slightly pigmented for color consistency and resistance to liquids.

SHOULDER LEATHER-The thickest part of the hide from the shoulder area of the cow.

Skins – The raw material, referring to the skin from smaller animals such as goats, pigs, sheep or calves.

SKIVE-To shave, slice or divide, to peel into a thin layer.

SNUFFED-The grain surface is abraded with brushes, emery wheel or sandpaper. Leather is snuffed for the purpose of removing defective grain, or for sueding the surface of the leather.

SPLIT LEATHER (SPLIT)-Skin sliced in layers to give uniform thickness to the piece (grainside). Split leather (inside) is trimmed and finished as suede. Cheap leathers are sometimes pigmented splits with embossed imitation grain.

SUEDE -Leathers that are finished by buffing the flesh side (opposite the grain side) to produce a nap. Term refers to the napping process, and is unrelated to the type of skin used. See “Split Leather”.

SUEDING-The process of raising fibers on the grain side of a hide or skin to give a velvet nap effect. This is generally called “nubuck” or “grain suede.”

Tanning – The process of converting raw hides/skins into leather through the use of chemicals.

Top coat – A synthetic polyurethane resin (gloss or matte) that is applied as a transparent protective coating to make leather more resistant.

TOP GRAIN-The term intended to define genuine grain leather, as opposed to split leather which has been pigmented and embossed with a new grain. In reality, top-grain leather usually has had the original grain removed and an imitation grain embossed into the surface.

TRIM -The removal of parts of a skin or hide not suitable for making leather, such as portions on the outer edges.

UNFINISHED LEATHER -Normally defines aniline-dyed, naked leathers with no additional application intended to finish, color or treat in a way that would alter the natural characteristics of the leather.

UPHOLSTERY LEATHER -A general term for leather processed for use in furniture, automobiles, and airplanes.

VAT DYEING-An older method of dyeing leather sometimes confused with drum dyeing.

VEGETABLE TANNING -The conversion of rawhide into leather with a greater body and firmness than the more general method of chromium tanning.

Waxy hand – Describes leather that has a waxy feel and look to it.

WEIGHT -The weight of leather is measured in ounces per square foot.

Yield – Refers to the amount of usable area after all waste have been discarded.

(Thanks to Erin Berg at Furniture today with much of this information:

Where did Scotchgard go? What furniture protection options are there?

What, no option for Scotchgard?

It used to be standard practice that whenever you bought an upholstered sofa or upholstered dining chairs, there would always be an option to have your items sprayed with “Scotchgard”.

As I am sure you have noticed, that is not something that is offered any longer. Why you ask?

There are a couple of reasons.

#1 – The chemical was found to be unsafe. Studies were done and after the results were returned, it quickly became obvious that there were issues with the chemicals in the Scotchgard. The main producer of the chemical quietly phased out the product and that was the end of offering Scotchgard protection. (You can learn more here:

#2 – Fabrics are much better now. With today’s ingenuity and quality of high-grade fabrics, microfibers and polyesters, Scotchgard isn’t really needed. Scotchgard was mainly purchased to protect against stain protection and to keep liquids from seeping into your fabric. With the tight weaves of today’s fabrics, most of them can easily be wiped away mild soap and water. In most cases, the liquid or stain will just bead at the top of the fabric and can be wiped clean with a simple wet rag.

So, what are my options?

So, what if you still have pets, kids or just a dirty spouse? No worries. There are still options. Purchase a furniture protection plan.

There are two options that can ease all of your fears:

1 Year Stain Protection Plan ($100)



5 Year Furniture Protection Plan ($149 or $129 if purchased at the time of a furniture purchase)


These are like insurance plans for your furniture. With the 1 year plan, if you spill, stain or have an issue in the first year, we’ll get it cleaned or replace your furniture at no cost to you.

For the ultimate in protection, we have the 5 year furniture protection plan. This will give you peace of mind of 5 years. Rips, stains, tears, breakage…all covered. If you accidentally spill on that furniture (kids sippy spills, wine spills, soda spills, etc.) you are covered. If we can’t fix it, remove it with chemicals, then it will be replaced (including the cost of shipping).

So, while Scotchgard is really a thing of the past, don’t worry. Enhanced fabrics with much better durability, wearability, and stain resistance in conjunction with the furniture protection plans have you covered.

Visit today to start shopping for your next living room furniture.

What is an Adjustable Bed Base

Restless nights are over with and an adjustable bed Bbase


Malouf Adjustable Base

One of the greatest innovations in the bedroom over the last 10 years has been the adjustable base. No longer just a hospital bed, adjustable bases are for the masses.

Ask yourself these questions:

Do you read in bed?

Do you watch TV in Bed?

Do you listen to music in Bed?

Do you watch your tablet, phone or ipad in bed?

Do you relax in bed?

Do you wish you could put your feet up on bed?

Do you use more than 1 pillow to prop your head up?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could greatly benefit from a Serta Adjustable base.

The Serta Motion Custom adjustable base is full of features that provide a whole new dimensioAdjustable Bed Basen to your bed. The articulating head and foot allow you to adjust to a TV watching position or excellent reading position.

The preset zero-gravity position will put you into the perfect sleeping position. Lying flat has commonly been the best accepted position for sleeping. However, studies have proven that zero-gravity takes all of the pressure off of your back and allows you to sleep in a fully relaxed position, leaving your fully rested in the morning. To lay flat, your body has to continue to work to keep yourself flat, exerting muscle energy. Put your legs up and your head up slightly and you are now sleeping in pure comfort.

With built in speakers that are Bluetooth compatible, you transform your bed into an entertainment hub. Sync your ipad or tablet and sit back and relax. You’ll be shocked at the impressive sound that is built into the bed.

Underbed lighting allows for easy movement in the night without waking your partner.

A recent customer at that hadn’t slept a full night in a bed in 20 years had this to say about his adjustable bed, “After sleeping 20 years in a recliner, I have finally had a full night’s sleep. I wish that I would have bought an adjustable base years ago. Thank you for helping me sleep.”

If you have or currently suffer from back pain, stop sleeping in the recliner and buy yourself an adjustable bed. It is the best choice you will ever make. Any investment into a good night’s sleep is the best investment you will ever make.

Think about how much time you spend in your bed vs. any other furniture in your home. You should spend the most amount of time there, therefore, invest in it that way.

Contact the staff at today. They are fully authorized dealers of Serta and Sealy, two of America’s top mattress manufacturers. They are friendly and courteous and more than happy to help you get the right bed for your needs.

You can contact them at 800-970-5889 or by email at

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