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Do you Need a New Mattress?

With most products, it’s fairly obvious when a replacement is needed. If it no longer works or has signs of wear and tear that impair its ability, you know its time for a new one.

However, realizing that it is time for a new mattress and foundation isn’t always so obvious. Similar to your favorite old chair or worn pair of shoes, your mattress can still feel

comfortable long after it has lost its ability to provide your body with the proper support and comfort it needs. Because sleep is so critical to our ability to function and feel our

best, it is important to evaluate your sleep set on a regular basis.

 

*How long a mattress will last depends on several factors, such as amount of use and original quality, but in general, a mattress set that has been in use 5-7 years is no longer

 providing you with the best comfort and support. Keep in mind that people’s bodies change over time, and the need for good comfort and support only increases with age. That’s

why it’s a good idea to compare the mattress and foundation you are sleeping on now to newer models every few years.

 

Come by and check out this great Bellagio mattress.  Every bed at the Old Dutch Motel, is a Bellagio from Serta.  Because we purchased so many mattresses we

got the Bellagio at a great price however this is time limited so hurry in and get your Bellagio before the prices go back up.                                                                                                                          

 

         

   TV Media Storage by aspenhome

 

 

 

     41"  299.99                        51"   399.99                    61"  449.99

 

 

These high quality media stands from aspenhome would look great in any home.  All sizes come in several different colors including black and cherry.