Every day, people walk into a mattress store and decide which one to buy after lying on it for only a few minutes. How is this enough time to make such a big decision? You spend one-third of your life in your bed, so your body deserves perfection. You should not be stuck with a bed you hate, and you shouldn’t have to add an expensive mattress topper to a brand new mattress just to get a good night’s sleep. This is one of the things I really like about Loom & Leaf (and other online mattress companies): a 75-day home trial.
75-Day Home Trial: What’s the Catch?
You are probably thinking there must be some fine print you are missing somewhere, right? How many beds have you purchased in the past that came with a 75-day trial? Probably none! Loom & Leaf states that nearly 20 percent of all mattress shoppers regret their purchase. The company truly wants customers to have a fantastic sleep, so they wake up feeling well-rested.
You are probably assuming you will need to pay a fee for the pick-up, but you don’t. If you are just returning it, you won’t have to pay a pick-up or penalty fee. You will get the full refund minus delivery. Also, you won’t be responsible for a restocking fee because mattresses are never restocked.
If you have to choose between lying on a bed in a store for a few minutes and putting the bed to the ultimate test for 75 days, which sounds more appealing? Learn more about what you should be looking for in my full Loom and Leaf review.
Loom & Leaf mattresses are backed by a 15-year warranty. Most other mattresses are ready to be replaced long before then. This is how you know the company is sure its product is long-lasting.
Loom & Leaf’s warranty states that its American-made products are protected from defects in materials and workmanship for 15 years.
If a defect is found within the first two years, your mattress will be completely replaced at no charge. If a defect surfaces within 3 to 5 years, you will only have to pay 25 percent of your original price to replace it. You have to pay 50 percent for defects that surface within 6 to 10 years, and that number goes to 75 percent for defects found between 11 and 15 years.
Your mattress must be placed on a platform bed for the warranty to remain valid. The warranty is not transferable to another owner, and it is void if the bed is burned, soiled, folded, or abused in any way.
The warranty offered by Loom & Leaf is already a great deal. Also check out my Loom and Leaf Coupons page for more potential savings.
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