Visible indentations in the mattress surface due to wear and tear. A sagging mattress is the most common cause for complaint and can be very aggravating. To the sleeper this might feel as if one is sinking into a small pit. Sagging occurs most commonly towards the middle of the mattress. Though it can also occur in different areas, for example couples may experience sagging on the sides of the mattress where they sleep. An uneven mattress can be quite uncomfortable and even lead to issues such as aches and back pain, spinal alignment problems and sleep disturbances.
Mattress sagging can occur on any mattress type but occurs more quickly on lower quality mattress cores. Sagging can be prevented by regularly turning the mattress over (unless otherwise specified by the mattress manufacturer). Most mattresses are only built to last 10-12 years, so sagging may also signify that it is time to buy a new mattress. It is also important to make sure that your mattress is set on top of a proper bed base, box-spring or flat surface that will evenly support it.
With Emma, you don’t need to worry about mattress sagging! It is designed to provide the right amount of body support. In fact, we are so confident of Emma’s quality that we offer a 10 year guarantee on the dimensional stability and durability of the core materials. Emma consists of 3 different layers:
The mattress has a medium firmness which can be adjusted using a comfort layer or mattress topper.
You can try our mattress for 100 nights and if you decide that is not the right mattress for you, simply contact our customer service team ([email protected]) to arrange a pick-up date. We will give you a refund for 100% of the purchase price!