Find Your Perfect Fit with Tempur-Pedic

FAQ : Tempur-Pedic

Your new mattress will respond to your weight and temperature as you sleep, conforming to your body for a natural feel. This period may last for a couple of weeks. Once your mattress is broken in, it retains responsiveness to stay like new.

You should not put the mattress on a box spring. Box springs are designed to support a traditional mattress, while Tempur-Pedic mattresses require a solid foundation or adjustable base.

Tempur-Pedic mattresses are designed so that you do not have to flip or rotate them. In fact, you should not flip a Tempur-Pedic mattress as these all have a top side built for sleeping.

Yes, you can. Be sure to fold it with the top side facing itself. If the mattress remains folded in cold temperatures for a few hours, it may take a while to return to its original shape.

A Tempur-Pedic mattress from Rooms To Go might seem like a contradiction. After all, how can a mattress so comfortable and soft also provide such therapeutic relief from pressure points? The answer lies in the patented material that covers each mattress and conforms to the body, delivering support where you need it most while literally surrounding you in layers of unparalleled comfort.

Available in king and queen sizes (mattress only), our selection of Tempur-Pedic mattresses ranges from firm models designed for maximum support to ultra-plush styles akin to sleeping on a cloud. Some of our mattress models even feature luxurious pillowtops for an additional layer of plush yet supportive padding.

Tempur-Pedic mattress sets are available in king and queen sizes as well.

Tempur-Pedic pilllows are also available.

We might offer mattresses with seemingly contradictory qualities, but we make it work for the sake of your comfort and well being.