It provides twice the usable sleep surface and therefore twice the useful value of a no-flip mattress. With regular maintenance, both its sleep surfaces will show increased durability and useful life in terms of comfort and support.
Marshall fabrics are mainly natural source materials that feature cellulose type fibres such as cotton and viscose rayon. They are used either in pure form, blended with each other in differing proportions, or combined with small quantities of manmade fibres such as polyester or polypropylene.
Marshall’s design philosophy is to use its original patented pocket spring core technology in the purest form without any substitutions. The Company handcrafts luxurious, all-pocket spring mattresses that provide full comfort, pressure-relieving support and airflow temperature-ambience not restricted by foam encasement. All Marshall pocket spring mattresses are assembled and finished using traditional hand-upholstering techniques that maintain a very high standard of consistency.
A Flip (two-sided) mattress: Yes. Marshall advises to flip (over) and rotate (reverse from end-to-end). The maintenance cycle is (when the mattress is brand new): month 1 – flip; month 2 – reverse; month 3 – flip; month 4 – reverse. Subsequently extend this period to 3 month intervals to follow the same maintenance pattern. Conclusion: Flip the mattress twice a year and rotate it twice a year.
A No Flip (one sided) mattress: Yes. Marshall advises to rotate or reverse the mattress from end-to-end (head-to-foot). Reversing the mattress once a month works best.
Almost all mattress upholstery ingredients, whether manmade or of natural source, may have some odor or ‘newness’ smell. However once the mattress has been removed from its packaging, with exposure to air the odors tend to disappear within a short period of time.
It is actually a more complex question. Consider deficiencies you are experiencing from your old mattress such as surface stability, support, comfort and temperature.
Keep in mind that firmness or softness involves two distinct ‘body-feel’ concepts – personal support and comfort. Also, as we age, our comfort preferences and support needs tend to change every 5 to 7 years.
– Support is the way a mattress adapts to adjust and carry the individual body’s weight and natural shape in different stages of sleep positioning. Support should be consistent throughout the sleep period.
– Comfort is derived from mattress sleep surface over its support system. This affects how quickly a person falls asleep and stays asleep in relaxed comfort.
Together each sensation is related to the process of falling and staying asleep for reasonable periods of time during an individual’s sleep cycle.
I. Arrive at the store dressed comfortably in loose clothing and be prepared to relax and lie down on more than one bed. Ask for a pillow or bring your own.
II. If you need direction, ask for help in making a series of at least 4 reasonable selections to try mattresses that could address your concerns.
III. Don’t ask more questions until you have tried a few different floor models and think about what feels to be the right comfort and support level for you.
IV. Most important: Trust your feelings since your body reactions are usually the most accurate. If you feel you like one mattress set more than another, chances are your body’s reactions are a good indicator of its suitability to provide you with good comfort and proper support. You will feel the best firmness or softness to influence your choice.
V. When you are ready, discuss your response to a mattress set with the sales associate. At that point specific product information will likely confirm why a specific mattress feels right for you and address your personal sleeping needs. Then you can buy the mattress with certainty.
i. Bespoke by Marshall® Pocket Spring mattresses have a full 15 year warranty. Replacement times would depend on personal body type and in turn the effect it has on the useful life of the mattress based on operating wear. Most Marshall Mattress users replace their mattresses on average within 15 years.
ii. Marshall SleepMaker® and Rest Assured® Pocket Spring mattresses have a full 10 year warranty. Replacement times would depend on personal body type and in turn the effect it has on the useful life of the mattress based on operating wear. Most Marshall Mattress users replace their mattresses on average within 10 years.
iii. Marshall-loc® Open Coil mattresses have a split 10 year warranty; 5 years full and 5 years prorated. Replacement times would depend on personal body type and in turn the effect it has on the useful life of the mattress based on operating wear. Most Marshall Mattress users replace their mattresses on average within 10 years.