How a Good Rest Assured Mattress Review Can Help You
To help take some of the confusion out of buying a new mattress, Cheap Mattress Reviews was founded to provide you with consumer reviews of all the leading mattresses available today.
This article focuses on the Rest Assured range of mattresses, looking at where the company fits into the overall bedding market, what you can expect from its range of products and what you might learn by visiting some of the online Rest Assured mattress review sites.
Rest Assured is a UK company that started making beds in 1898, so that’s over a century of mattress-making. Any company that has lasted this long will have had to remain flexible enough to move with the times and incorporate new production methods and materials into their products but, as with most of these traditional established companies, the mainstay of their ranges are the innerspring coil mattresses that they built their reputation on over the years.
The most popular Rest Assured mattresses use precision-made coils wrapped in individual cotton sleeves in sufficient densities to create high levels of personalized comfort and support, for which they are known.
Their bedstead mattresses include the 2000 and the 1400 collections and the numbers refer to the spring counts in each. They have non-slip undersides to prevent movement on the base and you have the option of memory foam in the upper comfort layers.
Obviously the higher the spring count, the higher the price, but these models should be available for between $500 and $750 (more with the memory foam option.)
The mattress sets that include a divan skirt are the other most popular range from Rest Assured. These come in coil-spring counts of between 1000 and 2400, as well as optional headboards and bases. All have the standard innerspring support mechanisms, but they are also available with layers of memory foam and latex for personalized comfort. The concept is that you design the mattress set to accommodate your own requirements of firmness or plushness. These complete Rest Assured beds are, of course, a notch up in price from the bedstead mattresses.
There is a lot of information online about your options with Rest Assured mattresses. We like to combine what you will find on the maker’s web site with information from established retailers and review sites. You may have your personal favorite sites, but we recommend sites that have no clear bias to certain manufacturers and provide reviews from a cross-section of brands, offer practical buying guidelines for the newcomers to mattress buying, and also offer some analytical reviews of the products as well as purely anecdotal customer comments, which are difficult to verify.
Mattress reviews have the benefit that they should spark specific questions in your mind, before you buy. It’s good to ask questions and be informed, for instance, when you are talking to a salesperson in the store. For example, if you read in a review that a particular mattress experienced sagging, you can ask about the likelihood of this happening and you can pay special attention to the warranty that comes with that mattress.
We also recommend that, even if you’re buying online, you check some mattresses in-store first, for comfort levels, before committing.