It’s more than a good night’s sleep.  It’s your livelihood.
Whether it’s travel for business or for pleasure, nothing is more critical to a guest experience than a good night’s sleep. At Therapedic, we have the flexibility to create mattresses that will meet both your customers’ needs and your budget.

As a group of independent bedding manufacturers with locations around the world, Therapedic has the flexibility and the capacity to service the entire hospitality industry, from B&Bs to independent hotels and large chains. We also service government accounts, such as the Army and Navy, plus, many colleges, universities, and schools throughout the world. With our vast experience and resources, we’re well positioned to develop a mattress that delivers comfort and support for guests, along with reliability, quality and value for the hotelier.

Flexible Design
By mixing and matching different comfort materials with advanced support systems and durable foundations, we can craft a sleep system that is as durable and maintenance-free as it is comfortable.

While appearance is less important in hospitality bedding than it is in a consumer retail setting, there’s more to fabric than appearance. The right fabric can mean greater comfort and easier care. In commercial applications, synthetic fibers seem natural, but for reasons such as noise, comfort and breathability, they’re not always the best choice. Therapedic’s product designers can help you balance the needs of your housekeeping staff with the desires of your guests.

Comfort Layers
The top layers of any mattress are critical to providing pressure relief and back support, as well as the prevention of “tossing and turning.” At Therapedic, several types of polyurethane foam are used to achieve a comfortable top layer. For a more luxurious feel consider visco-elastic “memory foam” or pressure relieving natural latex foam.

Support Systems
Support systems are directly beneath the comfort layers and provide critical support for the lower back. We offer several advanced innerspring units, as well as specialty products such as independently adjustable air mattresses, motion dampening pocketed coil units and luxurious latex foam support cores.

For our hospitality industry customers, we highly recommend that they invest in additional perimeter or edge support systems. Reinforced perimeter supports of high-density foam or heavier gauge steel will limit mattress break down – the kind usually caused by guests sitting on the edge of the mattress – and extend the effective comfort life of the mattress.

The foundation is what supports the mattress and acts as a shock absorber for the primary mattress. Therapedic offers both wood frame and foam design foundations, as well as wood and steel box springs.

On July 1, 2007 the Federal Government mandated strict fire retardant standards for mattresses. This new fire code, 16 CFR Part 1633, is the most stringent requirement for mattresses and supersedes all previous codes. All of our mattress products are guaranteed to meet the new standard.