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Nest Mattress Announces First Ever Renewable Mattress Program

Nest Mattress Announces First Ever Renewable Mattress Program

We're excited to share some mattress news with you all! Namely, we're thrilled to announce that Nest Bedding has started a one-of-a-kind mattress renewal program called the Lifetime Renewal Exchange (LRE).

This program allows owners of Nest mattresses to exchange the comfort layer portion of their mattress for a brand new layer. As such, you won't need to toss out your mattress when the top layer wears thin!

Without further ado, let's get into the exhilarating details of this brand new program.

What Is a Renewable Mattress?

According to the Sleep Foundation, most mattresses can last up to a decade before losing their structure. When a mattress is no longer comfortable and supportive, it's time to get rid of it.

But a renewable mattress doesn't follow this typical life cycle. Instead, it allows users the opportunity to refresh their mattress's support!

So, instead of buying a brand new mattress every few years, you can potentially save money and enjoy your mattress for longer. But how exactly do renewable beds work?

The key is layering. For example, Nest mattresses that are comprised of several layers (including a topmost comfort layer) are renewable because they don't consist of a single block of material.

When the top comfort layer begins to lose its shape, you can unzip the mattress, remove this upper layer, and replace it with a new comfort layer.

Thanks to Nest Bedding's renewable mattress program, this process has never been easier or more beneficial. 

What Is the Renewable Mattress Program?

Nest Bedding debuted its renewable mattress program (Lifetime Renewal Exchange) in 2021, making it the world's first bedding company to introduce this type of low-waste mattress exchange program. 

This program allows Nest mattress owners to enjoy a new comfort layer for their mattress, ensuring that it remains comfortable and supportive for a more extended period. Notably, there's no time limit on this program.

For example, you could opt for the Lifetime Renewal Exchange within the first year of owning your Nest mattress, or you could take advantage of it several years down the line.

Benefits of Renewing Your Mattress

The Nest Lifetime Renewal Exchange is a beneficial program for several reasons. But some of the most notable advantages of this renewal program include:

  • Increased comfort
  • Reduced mattress waste
  • Extended mattress lifespan

Let's take a moment to explore these benefits in more detail to discover why the Lifetime Renewal Exchange is one of the most innovative and valuable programs ever launched. 

Increased Comfort

There's almost nothing more frustrating than laying down for the night and failing to fall asleep. But if your bed is no longer comfortable, you could spend hours tossing and turning before finally drifting off to sleep.

Fortunately, Nest's renewable mattress program can increase your mattress's comfort. And when you're comfortable on your mattress, you're more likely to catch some z's.

Reduced Mattress Waste

While mattress recycling is becoming a far more common alternative to mattress disposal, there's still a significant amount of people who toss their old mattresses into the nearest dumpster. 

From this point, the mattress is carted off to the nearest landfill. Once there, it might sit around for 100 years or longer before totally decaying. Now, let's do some quick math.

The US population is a little over 300 million, and nearly every one of these people owns a mattress.

When you factor in married couples that may share a bed (about 133 million people), the estimation of mattresses owned in the US drops to about 200 million.

This means that every ten or so years, about 200 million mattresses end up in landfills. If you lined these discarded mattresses up, end to end, they'd wrap around the entire planet almost 20 times!

Nest mattresses are made of biodegradable materials, and because of the new Lifetime Renewal Exchange, they may end up lasting longer than the average mattress. As such, Nest Bedding can help you reduce your waste!

Extended Mattress Lifespan

Tossing out an old mattress can feel like saying goodbye to an old friend. After all, most mattresses last for up to a decade. As such, it can be challenging to let go of a mattress, even if it's in bad shape.

Even worse, purchasing a new mattress can be an expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating process. Finding the right mattress for your bed and budget could take days or weeks!

One of the best advantages of the Nest Lifetime Renewal Exchange is that it can potentially increase your Nest mattress's lifespan. With a new comfort layer installed, you might find that your years-old mattress feels brand new!

Another benefit of this program is the potential for savings. After all, the Lifetime Renewal Exchange comes at no cost to you (outside of shipping costs to destinations outside of the continental US).

So, not only does this renewal program allow you to refresh and renew your mattress for free, but it also helps you avoid spending several hundred dollars on a new mattress. What's not to love?

Nest Mattress Renewable Mattresses

It's crucial to note that not every Nest mattress qualifies for the renewable mattress program. That's because some Nest mattresses don't have a removable comfort layer.

Consequently, the three mattress models that qualify for the Lifetime Renewal Exchange program are:

  • Sparrow Signature Hybrid
  • Owl Natural Latex Hybrid
  • Finch Natural Latex

Notably, this list may expand as Nest Bedding refines and expands its mattress lineup. 

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We've got some excellent mattress news for you! The new Nest Lifetime Renewal Exchange (LRE) is the first program of its kind and allows you to renew the worn-out comfort layer of your Nest mattresses.

For now, this program only applies to Sparrow, Owl, and Finch mattresses. Still, the Nest LRE is an eco-conscious and affordable alternative to purchasing a new mattress.

Do you have additional questions about Nest mattresses and the new mattress renewal program? If so, be sure to contact us today for more information!