How will you deliver my Purchase?

All the products Purchased will be shipped once the payment is credited (Only Weekdays). We will call or email to arrange a delivery time as per your convenience.

What is inside of my mattress?

A mattress has two different layers: First one is an upholstery layer (padding) and Second is a coil/spring layer. Thicker mattresses will have thicker upholstery layers, these layers are made from a different kind of materials like natural fibers, different types of foam (including memory foam and latex foam), and different artificial materials. Some of the mattresses padding will be made of silk, cashmere, or wool.

What are the different sizes of mattress and what is  available with you?

There are 7 standard sizes of Mattresses: twin, twin XL, full, full XL, queen, king, and California king. Dimensions mentioned below:

  • Twin: 39” x 75”
  • Twin XL: 39” x 80”
  • Full: 54” x 75”
  • Full XL: 54” x 80”
  • Queen: 60” x 80”
  • King: 76” x 80”

We carry all of these mattress sizes in our inventory.

When should I Change my mattress?

Experts are suggesting  that you should change your mattress at least once every 5 – 7 years, there is no fixed time frame for every mattress and every individual. The quality of  the mattress will be an important factor for the life span. Best quality mattresses will give you a comfortable sleep than low-quality mattresses. You can consider the replacement between 5 to 7 years, but the moment you feel discomfort then change the mattress for peaceful sleep.

How often do I turn or rotate a mattress?

All mattresses will vary on this point. Please follow the information as specified in the manufacturer’s warranty that comes with your mattress.

How do I clean a mattress?

You should regularly clean your mattresses to get rid of dirt and dead skin cells. Please don't hose it down or drench the mattresses in water, but you can vacuum it off regularly and then use upholstery shampoo to remove any oils or dirt from the surface of the mattress. Make sure the mattress is completely dry before using it.

What are the differences between foam and traditional innerspring mattresses?

Spring mattresses are usually cheaper than foam mattresses and are ideal for individuals or families with limited budgets. Foam mattresses are generally more comfortable and are usually a better choice for people who suffer from back, neck, or hip pain. The inner spring mattress is designed to provide support, and each spring pushes upward with the same force. Foam mattresses help distribute the person's weight evenly over the entire surface of the mattress, helping to reduce pressure points and provide a more comfortable night's sleep.

Which mattress firmness is right for me?

Some people prefer firm mattresses with less padding, while others cannot sleep unless they feel like they are lying on a cloud. To determine which mattress firmness is right for you, please lie on the mattress for at least 10-15 minutes. If you can clearly feel the pressure on certain parts of your body at the end of that period, the mattress is too strong for you. If you feel that certain parts of your body sink too deep into the mattress, it may be too soft for you. The ideal mattress should be strong enough to support your weight without putting too much pressure on any part of your body.

How do I recycle my old mattress?

After purchasing a new mattress, Liberty Mattress will dispose of your mattress for a small fee before you put the new mattress in your home. You can also search online or browse the local yellow pages to find a mattress recycling facility nearby.

Do I need to purchase a new box spring?

Most mattress kits are designed to provide proper mattress support and ensure proper flame retardancy. When buying a new mattress, be sure to talk to one of our sleep experts.