Tempurpedic beds are well-known as the mattress of choice for NASA and most national hotel chains. Their products are soft, comfortable and very supportive. So, if you're debating the purchase of a Tempurpedic mattress, read on for a brief synopsis of the company's products, mattress features, prices and information on where you can buy one of their beds.
The Science Behind TEMPUR
Tempurpedic beds are reactive and conforming thanks to the popular TEMPUR material that conforms to your shape and alleviates pressure points the when you sit on it or lay down. TEMPUR is patented and used by NASA astronauts as their sleeping surface of choice.
Every Tempurpedic mattress is sprayed with an anti-allergen treatment designed to prevent dust, mold and mites from infesting or getting inside the mattress. The covers are also removable and washable, allowing you to clean them regularly. And none of the manufacturer's mattresses contains any formaldehyde or toxic CFC.
You don't have to own a complete Tempurpedic bed sleep system to enjoy its helpful TEMPUR material experience. The company also sells pillows, office lumbar cushions and bed accessories like linens and mattress covers.
The company's office product lines include lumbar pillows task chair covers and ergonomically designed seat cushions all designed with the intent of taking pressure points off your back and provide a more comfortable work environment.
Tempurpedic's pillow products include a range of basic sizes, body pillows and neck pillows. The TEMPUR material and inherent design are made to conform to the contours of your neck, which helps to eliminate a stiff neck and consequently provide a more comfortable night's sleep.
Cost of Tempurpedic Beds
Starting at $700 for a basic, twin-sized Original Bed sleep system and going up to almost $6700 for a king-sized Grand Bed, the luxury model, Tempurpedic Beds can be much more expensive than many will be able to afford. However, many sleepers wrestling with uncomfortable mattresses and sore backs would likely argue that the extra expense is well worth it. So there's definitely a trade-off.
If the price for a Tempurpedic sleep system is somewhat steep, customers can look to individual retailers for refurbished or discounted prices. Or, they can apply for no down payment, no interest financing right from the Tempurpedic Beds' website (tempurpedic.com). With today's credit crisis, this option has its own inherent risks, but it's available.
All Tempurpedic beds come with a 20-year warranty. This warranty covers any defaults or defects in the manufacturing of the bed or problems that have arisen as a direct result of faulty workmanship.
The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or the "normal increase in softness of the TEMPUR material," which is a natural occurrence and doesn't actually affect the performance of the material.
Finally, the company charges a 50 percent of original cost replacement charge for any mattresses replaced under warranty after 11 years of use. And though the warranty limitations on Tempurpedic Beds may seem steep, the company has a strong level of customer satisfaction and reported customer service.
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