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Find the Best Mattresses in Madison, WI

From the variety of mattress types available to the different methods of shopping, it can be hard to know where to begin looking for a new bed. Madison.com has partnered with ConsumerAffairs to create this guide by comparing the product selections and local popularity of 35 businesses and choosing 10 favorites from the best mattress companies in Madison.

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Types of mattresses in Madison

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When choosing a mattress, it’s important to think about your budget and what type of sleeper you are. These preferences inform your shopping process, so it’s a good idea to consider them early on. Once you have a starting place, it's time to think about what type of mattress would suit you best.

Here’s a breakdown of the different types of mattresses available in Madison:

Mattress type description Good for
Innerspring: A classic mattress construction and feel with coils to provide support and spine alignment
  • A traditional mattress feel and bounce
  • Combination sleepers
  • Lower budgets
Memory foam: Uses body heat to mold to your shape, releasing pressure and maintaining spinal alignment
  • All sleepers
  • Particularly helpful for stomach sleepers
  • Lower budgets
Gel-infused foam: Similar to memory foam, but the gel infusion helps keep you cool
  • Higher budgets
  • Sleepers who overheat
Latex: Includes eco-friendly, long-lasting latex and, often, organic materials
  • Combination sleepers
  • Vegans
Hybrid: Multilayered designs that often feature a combination of springs and memory foam, latex or gel for extra support and comfort
  • Combination sleepers
  • Not using a box spring

Mattress store vs. mattress-in-a-box brands in Madison

Choosing how you shop for a mattress is often just as important as choosing what type of mattress you want. There are two main ways to shop, in person and online, and there are benefits and drawbacks to each.

With online shopping, you don’t get to physically see or try out the mattress before buying. However, going to a store is less convenient, and your overall selection is limited. Most in-store mattress retailers do sell multiple brands, but almost every mattress is available somewhere on the internet.

There are several other factors to think about while shopping online versus in-store:

Online mattress brands Local mattress stores
Benefits:
  • Shop from anywhere
  • Free delivery is common
  • Low return fees
  • No middleman
  • No sales pressure
Benefits:
  • Try before buying
  • Personal shopping assistance
  • Old mattress removal is common
  • Compare multiple brands
Drawbacks:
  • Old mattress removal is rare
  • No trying before buying
  • No salespeople to help you decide
Drawbacks:
  • Inconvenient
  • Aggressive salespeople
  • Often more expensive

Madison mattress prices

Mattress prices in Madison usually range from $200 to $4,000. There are several factors that affect the cost of a mattress, including its materials, country of origin, construction and thickness.

Here’s what you can expect to pay for various types of queen-sized mattresses:

  • Innerspring: $300 to $3,000
  • Memory and gel foam: $250 to $4,000
  • Latex: $1,500 to $4,000
  • Hybrid: $1,200 to $3,000

Most mattress companies in Madison offer financing options or discounts, too. A lot of promotions and sales are available on holiday weekends, making them a great time to shop.

Madison mattress stores FAQ

Do bed frames come with mattresses?

Typically, mattresses are purchased separately from bed frames. Some retailers may offer a bundle deal if you buy both at the same time, though.

What type of mattress is good for back sleepers?

Back sleepers may prefer a medium to medium-firm mattress that takes pressure off their shoulders and hips.

How much is a king mattress in Madison?

King-sized mattress prices usually range anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000.

How do I dispose of my mattress in Madison?

The City of Madison provides a mattress and box spring recycling service. You may also be able to donate your mattress, depending on its condition.

Madison mattress company information

Saatva

Saatva is a mattress manufacturer and online retailer. It offers five-layered hybrid mattresses in three levels of firmness. Sizes available include twin, full, queen, king and California king. Saatva also sells bed frames, adjustable frames, linens and foundations.

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Puffy

Puffy exclusively manufactures and sells its own brand of mattresses. It has three types of mattresses, and all three are hypoallergenic and available in three levels of firmness. The company sells mattresses in sizes ranging from twin to California king. All its mattresses come with a 101-night trial, a lifetime warranty and free shipping.

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Nectar

Nectar manufacturers and sells its proprietary brand of mattresses. The company offers memory foam and hybrid designs in sizes ranging from twin to California king. All mattress purchases include a protector, pillows and sheets. Nectar mattresses come with a 365-night trial period, free shipping and a lifetime warranty.

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Leesa

Leesa manufactures and sells its own brand of mattresses. Its available types include memory foam, hybrid and innerspring mattresses, and sizes range from twin to California king. You can also purchase things like platform bed bases, pillows and bed linens from this company. Leesa has a 100-night trial period, a 10-year, a limited warranty and $100 return fees.

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Casper

Casper is an online mattress retailer and manufacturer that sells only its own brand of products. Designs include one all-foam mattress and two hybrid mattresses. Sizes available range from twin to California king. Other products it offers include adjustable bed bases, frames, sheets, bedding and pillows. Casper has a 100-night trial period, a 10-year limited warranty and free shipping.

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Avocado

Avocado makes and sells handmade vegan, all-organic and latex mattresses. Its sizes range from crib to California king. Other products available include mattress toppers, bases, frames, mattress protectors and pillows. Avocado offers a one-year trial with a 25-year warranty.

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Bob’s Discount Furniture

Bob’s Discount Furniture is an online and in-store mattress retailer. It sells its own brand, Bob-O-Pedic, which includes memory foam, hybrid and mattress-in-a-box options. The company has sizes ranging from twin to California king. Accessories include mattress and pillow protectors, box springs, foundations and bed frames. It offers a one-year guarantee against factory defects. Bob’s Discount Furniture has a location at 690 N. Casaloma Drive, Appleton, WI 54913.

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Steinhafels

Steinhafels is an online and in-store mattress retailer that sells mattresses from a variety of brands. These include Aireloom, Beautyrest, Tempur-Pedic, Sealy and Stearns & Foster. Available mattress types include memory foam, innerspring and hybrid. The company also sells foundations, pillows, mattress protectors and sheets. Most mattresses come with an extended warranty, and financing is available. Steinhafels’ West Madison location is at 2164 W. Beltline Highway, Madison, WI 53713.

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Slumberland Furniture

Slumberland is an online and in-store mattress retailer. It sells a variety of brands including, Tempur-Pedic, Ashley, Ranger and Sealy. Options include memory foam, hybrid and innerspring designs. Sizes range from twin to California king. Financing is available, and most mattresses are covered by a 90-day service warranty. Slumberland Madison West is located at 6702 Seybold Road, Madison, WI 53719.

Slumberland Furniture

A-1 Furniture

A-1 Furniture is an in-store and online mattress retailer that sells products from a variety of brands. These include Beautyrest, Serta, DreamCloud and Nectar. Mattress types sold here include innerspring, foam and pocket coil. Sizes range from twin to king, and the company also sells adjustable bases. Financing and white-glove delivery are available, along with a satisfaction guarantee. A-1 Furniture in Madison is located at 2002 S. Stoughton Road, Madison, WI 53716.

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