The Original Mattress Factory Blog

Our top tips for caring for your mattress
A new mattress is an investment. When cared for properly, it can provide you with restful, restorative sleep for years to come. Check out our top tips for caring for your mattress:
Why it’s important to flip and rotate your mattress
When we opened in 1990, pretty much all mattresses were two sided so that you could flip and rotate them regularly. But if you’re shopping for a mattress now, you’ll find that most major mattress manufacturers and retailers are
Mattress shopping 101: A mattress shopping guide from OMF
At The Original Mattress Factory, our mission is to make sure you find the right mattress for you. That’s why we always encourage mattress shoppers to start their journey here. Whether you purchase from us or not, we’ll make sure
What larger people should look for in a mattress
We are often contacted by customers who tell us that, because of their size, they’ve had a difficult time finding a mattress that is comfortable, supportive, and durable. We often hear that their mattresses are wearing out too
Why we don’t use pocketed coils in our mattresses
If you’ve visited a mattress store recently, you’ll notice that nearly every innerspring or hybrid mattress has one thing in common: a pocketed coil system.
Why we still make two-sided, flippable mattresses
When our company opened in 1990, nearly all mattress manufacturers made two-sided, flippable mattresses. And for a good reason: you can flip and rotate a two-sided mattress regularly to ensure that it wears evenly across both
3 signs it’s time to replace your mattress
  One of the most common questions we hear from customers is: How often should I replace my mattress? While the mattress industry has its own recommendations, we believe that only you can know when it may be time to start
Do you really need a box spring?
  When you’re shopping for a new mattress, you might wonder whether you actually need a new box spring to go with it. Maybe you have an old one at home — or maybe you’re wondering if you even need one at all. Does a box spring