4 Easy Steps to Customize Your Mattress

- May 4, 2016
Custom Size Mattress in Four Easy Steps

How to Customize your Mattress?

Whether it is bunk beds, hospital beds, EMS cots, or vintage model stretchers, we often struggle to find a replacement mattress to fit our sleep surfaces that still have some years left in them. The debate of whether or not it is worth it to replace the entire sleep unit starts to weigh in, but ultimately, it is too expensive. In these circumstances, it will save you time and money to fill out our custom sizing form and order a mattress created just for you. Below are our 4 easy steps to fill out our custom sizing form:

  1. Select the style of your mattress. For residence halls, camps, or general patient ICU/CCU locations, your mattress will most likely be style A for the standard rectangle shape. With stretcher pads or EMS cot mattresses, it is more likely that you will select style B or C, with either all four corners tapered or two corners tapered.
  2. Provide the specific dimensions of your mattress for the length, width, and the depth/thickness. If your mattress or stretcher pad has tapered corners, please also provide the measurements of the tapered corners in the head/foot measurement section. From there, you will be given the option of “Foam”, “Innerspring”, or “Cover Only” for you to choose from.
  3. Select the quality of foam you require. This is more frequently applicable for the hospital grade mattresses such as stretcher pads, general patient med surge, and/or acute care sleep surfaces. The three levels of comfort we provide are: standard foam, plus foam, and premium foam.
  4. Provide your contact information and we will send you a formal quote! If you are unsure of any of the previous steps you went through, let us know in the message portion of the form. The message section is also a great place to indicate whether you are requesting a nylon or vinyl cover if you’re looking for the camp/dormitory style mattresses or mattress covers.

Click Here to View the Custom Sizing Form

You might also be interested in:

best camp mattresses
-

Selecting the Best Mattresses for Your Camp

A good night’s sleep is essential for everyone to have a great experience at camp. That’s why mattresses need to be dry, comfortable and bug-free when the sun goes down. However, choosing the best mattress for your camp can be challenging. What kinds of mattress cores and covers are right for your campers? Which features […]

Read more
Mattresses and Mental Health
-

Preventing Pressure Injuries in Behavioral Health Settings

Preventing Pressure Injuries in Behavioral Health Settings Even though decubitus ulcers are less common in behavioral health units than in other hospital areas, they can develop quickly in patients with mental illness. With relevant knowledge, however, clinicians can help prevent the development of pressure injuries in behavioral health settings. This article will describe risk factors […]

Read more
Mattress Contamination & Infection Control
-

Mattress Contamination & Infection Control

Patient safety concerns Healthcare facilities wipe down and disinfect all mattresses between patients to prevent the spread of infection. Because it is protected by the cover, the mattress core is not cleaned. If the integrity of the mattress cover becomes compromised, however, blood and bodily fluids may become trapped inside the core. These fluids can […]

Read more
Therapeutic Support Surfaces In Pediatric Units
-

Therapeutic Support Surfaces In Pediatric Units

Therapeutic Support Surfaces In Pediatric Units Even though pressure injuries are most common in adult care units, there is an emerging awareness that acutely ill and immobilized children are also at risk. With relevant knowledge, however, clinicians can help prevent skin breakdown in pediatric settings. This article will describe risk factors for pediatric pressure ulcers […]

Read more