How long is the Sealy latex likely to last? How long should I keep my (non-latex) Sealy pillowtop, assuming it still feels comfortable? Should I replace it at the 10-year mark or wait until it's less comfortable?
Hi Ellen, If you wake up feeling rested and energetic, you've had a very good night's sleep. If your present mattress is providing this for you, there is no need to shop for a new one. The 10 year mark is a little above average. The quality of the bed, your weight, how many times it's been moved, how often the kids have jumped on it, all contribute to its wear. Most people stretch the life of their bed to a point when they just can't take it anymore. If you do this, you've cheated yourself out of years of good sleep and consequently, a better life. Sealy's SpringFree Latex is by far the longest lasting set of bedding. You can expect a Sealy latex bed to look and feel in 20 years, about the same as it did the day you got it home. I've seen people with latex mattresses that were 30 to 40 years old.
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