Mattress Comparison Charts

Mattress Comparison Charts

About Our Mattress Comparison Charts


At US-Mattress, our experts break down the specifications of every Sealy, Simmons, Stearns & Foster, and Serta mattress so you can know exactly what you can expect out of your purchase. We provide a mattress comparison chart and detailed information about each model so that you can confidently determine which mattress will work best for you. Our comparison charts give you valuable information about:

- Comfort Life (Mattress Durability Rating in Years)
- Cost Per Year ('s low price ÷ Comfort Life)
- Comfort Scale Rating
- Mattress Height
- Queen Innerspring Coil Count (The number of coils used in an innerspring mattress)
- Comfort Materials - Both Quilt (the layers on top of the mattress) and Comfort - Padding (The layers that provide cushion and support) Layers
- Edge Support (Edge-to-edge comfort, helping mattress retain its shape and comfort)

Brand Comparison Overview

Simmons: Founded in 1870, Simmons is the third-largest mattress brand in the United States. Beautyrest is a household name almost as popular as the "Bowling Ball Commercial" made infamous in the 1990s. But Simmons' Pocketed Coil Technology that reduces motion transfer is but one of the many innovations brought about by this nearly century-and-a-half-old company. Today they continue to consistently bring innovative and quality products to the mattress market, helping people sleep better and helping to reinvent the mattress for years to come.

Sealy: Founded in 1881, Sealy is the second largest brand of mattresses in the United States. Milestones include the introduction of the Sealy Posturepedic mattress, creating an Orthopedic Advisory Board, reinventing the innerspring coil and box spring with patents for a variety of groundbreaking technologies such as Posture Channels and Pressure Relief Inlays, and dedicating one of its 25 U.S. based bedding plants to producing its very own latex - a first in the mattress industry. For three decades Sealy has been number one in market share, and through its design, manufacturing, and leadership, Sealy is poised to continue its legacy for years to come.

Serta: Founded in 1931, Serta is the largest mattress brand in the United States. Serta offers two major types of mattresses: gel-infused memory foam, and traditional inner-spring. Serta has been awarded a host of awards and accolades including Consumers Digest Best Buy, 2014 Women's Choice Award, as well as earning the position of Official Mattress of the National Sleep Foundation. You can find Serta products used extensively in the lodging industry (Hilton Worldwide and Wyndham Worldwide, among others), and chances are you or your neighbors are sleeping on a Serta mattress! The company is also well-known for its "Counting Sheep" animated commercials which premiered in 2000.

Stearns & Foster: Founded in 1846, Stearns & Foster has been delivering quality mattresses for well over a century and a half. To this day, Stearns & Foster mattresses are made only by certified craftsmen who are held to the highest industry standards. Twice tempered coil technology that improves mattress lifespan and durability was first by Stearns & Foster and used in every S&F mattress to this day. Stearns & Foster offers traditional innerspring as well as hybrid spring & foam mattresses so you can be sure they have a mattress just right for you.

Tempur-Pedic: Founded in 1992, Tempur-Pedic revolutionized the mattress industry with its unique memory foam technology. Doing away with the century-old innerspring system, this pioneering technology adapted from innovative material used to protect astronauts, is globally recognized by NASA and certified by The Space Foundation. Tempur-Pedic's exclusive sleep technology is the only mattress recommended worldwide by more than 25,000 health care professionals. Tempur-Pedic boasts 95% satisfaction and has garnered a very loyal customer base with their long-lasting, one-of-a-kind, memory foam mattresses backed by great warranties.

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