Don’t look at your warranty to tell you how long to keep your mattress. The warranty on a mattress and foundation is not an indicator of how long the product should be used before replacement. instead, the warranty exists to protect the consumer from product defects, not against gradual loss of comfort and support.

Rather than putting a time line on this, look at replacement from a number of other perspectives.Normally,a mattress provides optimum service for about Six to eight years of nightly use.

If you’re waking up feeling rested, restored and rejuvenated on your current mattress, you probably don’t need a new one. On the other hand, if your mattress is no longer comfortable or supportive, and you’re waking up tired, stiff, cranky, and with aching muscles and joints, it could be time for a new mattress.

The comfort life of a mattress can vary based on a number of variables. Anything that might affect one’s body or health can change the comfort needs in a mattress. Normal wear and tear will also depend on a number of variables. Quality of materials used in the mattress, the weight being applied to the mattress, the amount of use, and other activities will determine the life of a mattress.

Although a mattress may outwardly look decent, over time dust mite populations will increase, and bacteria, saliva, and yeast can result in mold or mildew. For this reason alone, people with allergies or those concerned about hygiene might want to consider changing their mattress.