If you’re thinking about buying a new mattress then you might be wondering how long a mattress warranty lasts.
Mattress warranties last from 10 – 20 years in length in most cases, with shorter periods (often 5 years) and longer periods (often 25 years) being possible. Some mattress manufacturers even offer lifetime (‘forever’) warranties that last for as long as you own the mattress.
In the next section, I’ve detailed the exact warranty lengths for 47 of the most popular mattress manufacturers and retailers.
There’s a quick summary plus the link to the full terms if you need them.
You might find this list useful if you’re shopping for a specific mattress brand and you’d like to find out more about the warranty length, or if you’re trying to claim on the warranty for the existing mattress that you own and you don’t know if it’s expired or not.
Alternatively: if you’re looking for a high quality mattress with a lifetime warranty, then have a look at my list of the best mattresses with a lifetime warranty to buy now (includes discounts).
Mattress Warranty Lengths for 47 Top Brands
A mattress warranty covers you against defects and manufacturing flaws such as broken springs, visible sagging over a certain depth (usually more than 1 – 1.5″), faulty cover zippers, stitching problems, and potentially other issues mentioned in the terms of the warranty.
Issues not covered by the warranty typically include anything that can be attributed to normal ‘wear and tear’ such as dips and body impressions below the specified threshold, or damage caused through misuse or using an improper frame.
Critically, the mattress warranty does NOT cover comfort issues – unless this relates to a defect (such as sagging beyond the threshold) – although a ‘sleep trial’ will (which is separate to the warranty and should last at least 30 days to allow for the adjustment period to pass).
You should also avoid making the mistake of assuming that the length of a warranty correlates to the expected lifespan of the mattress, because most mattresses will need replacing BEFORE the 10 year mark due to normal wear and tear (which is NOT covered by the warranty).
Therefore, there’s little point in paying extra for an extended warranty beyond the 10 year point in my opinion.
Also, a longer warranty has diminished value if you’re required to contribute towards the costs of replacing the parts in the later years under ‘prorated’ terms.
Therefore, it’s likely going to be more beneficial for you to buy a mattress that will last a long time, and comes with a 10 year ‘non-prorated’ warranty where the costs of replacing the defective parts are covered entirely by the manufacturer/retailer.
However, you should always look for hidden costs that can affect both prorated and non-prorated mattress warranties, such as shipping fees and inspection costs.
To make a warranty claim, you should begin by contacting the manufacturer or retailer for specific guidance.
Before I reveal the length of the warranties for 47 of the most popular mattress brands, it’s helpful to understand the following terms so that you can read through a mattress warranty with more clarity and confidence:
- Full warranty – covers the repair or replacement of any qualifying defect . The terms of a full warranty may only be active for a limited amount of time out of the entire warranty period (such as the first 10 years of a lifetime warranty – with different terms being applicable to the remainder of the time).
- Limited warranty – a broad term that means the warranty is somehow ‘limited’; typically to certain parts of the product, specific types of defects, or other conditions specified by the manufacturer .
- Non-prorated coverage – you will not have to pay for costs associated with replacing defective parts or for a replacement mattress (although you may have to pay for associated fees such as covering the cost of shipping or for a home inspection of your mattress to confirm that a defect is present).
- Prorated coverage – you will have to contribute some money towards the repair/replacement of the defective parts or a new mattress; additional costs may also apply.
- Graded coverage – a warranty that’s split between non-prorated and prorated coverage. In the context of a 20 year warranty, it’s common to find that the first 10 years are non-prorated and the remaining 10 years are prorated; where 50% of costs need to be covered by the owner in year 11, with a further 5% increase each year thereafter until the warranty expires.
Although the information below is correct at the time of publishing to the best of my understanding, I’ve only summarised the key points and the exact details of each warranty may change over time. The terms of the warranty may vary depending on your location or other variables. Therefore, it’s strongly advised that you read the terms for the applicable warranty in full for yourself (links are provided) and simply use the list below as a guide.
1: Ashley Furniture
The warranty for an Ashley-Sleep® mattress lasts 10 years and is offered as a limited warranty.
Take extra care to check the duration and details of a non-Ashley-Sleep® branded mattress sold through Ashley Furniture because different terms may apply.
Avocado Green Mattress®, Avocado Vegan Mattress®, Avocado Luxury Organic Crib Mattress, and Organic Crib Mattress are covered by a 25 year limited warranty.
The length of a Beautyrest mattress warranty varies from 1 – 25 years depending on the warranty code listed on the law tag.
The warranty length for a mattress bought at The Brick varies depending on the manufacturer.
5: Bobs Furniture
Bob’s mattresses come with a warranty that lasts up to 20 years – this varies from model to model so be sure to check on the sales page.
The Casper mattress warranty last for 10 years and is offered as a limited warranty.
7: Classic Brands
The warranties for Classic Brands mattresses range from 1- 25 years depending on the model.
You should check with the retailer to learn of the specifics for each warranty.
Dreams offer a ’12 month guarantee’ with extra coverage up to 8 years available for purchase under their Bed Cover Service Plan.
Dormeo mattresses come with a 1 year warranty.
Dreamcloud offer a lifetime warranty – where your defective mattress is eligible to be replaced at no extra charge in the first 10 years, with repairs and re-covering available thereafter.
Transportation costs will be waived if a manufacturing defect or material failure is confirmed during inspection.
Englander mattresses come with a 10 year warranty, with full coverage for the first 2 years and pro-rated coverage for the remaining 8 years.
The Emma mattress warranty lasts for 10 years, where a defective mattress may be fully replaced – pillows and protectors are covered by a 2 year warranty.
The Eve mattress warranty lasts for 10 years.
The Essentia mattress warranty lasts for 20 years under prorated terms for The Grateful Bed, Grateful Bed JR, Bionda, Stratami, Tatami, Classic Skinny, Classic 8, Energie Opus, Beausommet, Dormeuse, Dormeuse Fior and Unity mattresses; whilst the warranty for the Tatami Hybrid, FROG and Jeanius mattresses lasts 10 years under prorated terms.
The Ecosa mattress warranty lasts for 15 years under limited terms.
Notably, shipping expenses are covered only for the first warranty claim, and the mattress warranty does NOT restart but instead continues from the initial purchase date.
16: Forty Winks
The length of the mattress warranty for mattresses bought at Forty Winks varies depending on the brand – check the sales page for the specific model for guidance.
17: Fantastic Furniture
The Fantastic Furniture mattress warranty lasts from 1 – 10 years depending on the model.
18: Furniture Row
The Furniture Row mattress warranty lasts for 1 year but longer warranties are available on some brands.
The Granrest mattress warranty lasts for 10 years when bought through Walmart.
The GhostBed mattress warranty lasts for 20 years – with the first 10 years being covered under non-prorated terms and the final 10 years under prorated terms – whilst the GhostBed Luxe, GhostBed Flex, and The GhostBed 3D Matrix are subject to 25 year warranties.
The warranty for the Helix Mattress lasts for 10 years, and the warranty for the Helix Luxe Mattress lasts 15 years.
The Hypnos mattress warranty lasts for 10 years with full coverage.
The Ikea mattress warranty lasts for 25 years.
24: John Lewis
The warranty for John Lewis adult mattresses and divan bases lasts for 7 years, whilst the warranty for selected mattresses from House by John Lewis lasts 2 years.
The Kingsdown mattress warranty last between 1 and 20 years depending on the warranty code found on the law tag.
The Koala mattress warranty lasts for 10 years under limited terms.
The Leesa mattress warranty lasts for 10 years .
The warranty for Lucid mattresses bought from LucidMattress.com lasts for 10 years.
29: Living Spaces
The mattresses sold at Living Spaces are subject to the length and terms stipulated by the individual manufacturer.
The warranty for Linenspa mattresses bought through Linenspa.com lasts 10 years.
The Layla mattress warranty is a lifetime warranty.
32: Mattress Firm
The warranty for mattresses bought through Mattress Firm last for varying lengths of time depending on the brand.
You can view the length and terms by clicking the ‘warranty’ tab on the sales page for the mattress you are interested in.
To claim on the warranty of a mattress bought through Mattress Firm, you should click the button below for more details because the process differs depending on the brand in question.
The warranty for a Mlily mattress lasts for 10 years.
Nectar offer a lifetime warranty.
The length of a Naturepedic warranty varies depending on the model you bought.
36: Nest Bedding
Nest Bedding offer a lifetime warranty.
The Otty mattress warranty lasts for 10 years (confirmed by contacting customer support).
The Purple mattress warranty lasts for 10 years.
The Puffy mattress warranty is a lifetime warranty and I rated the Puffy Lux as the number 1 mattress with a lifetime warranty because the terms are fair and the mattress can suit a wide range of sleeping styles.
The Sealy mattress warranty lasts for 5 years.
The length of the Serta mattress warranty ranges from 1 – 20 years depending on the warranty code displayed on the law tag – the terms also vary.
The Simmons mattress warranty lasts for 10 years – with the first 2 years being non-prorated (excluding transportation charges) and the final 8 years being subject to prorated terms.
43: Stearns and Foster
The length of the Stearns and Foster mattress warranty varies depending on the warranty code.
The Saatva mattress warranty lasts for 15 years and comes with non-prorated coverage for the duration.
The Tempur-Pedic mattress warranty lasts for 10 years.
46: Tuft and Needle
The warranty for the T&N Original Mattress, Mint Mattress, and the Hybrid Mattress lasts for 10 years.
47: US Mattress
The length of a mattress warranty for a mattress bought at US-Mattress.com varies depending on the exact brand that you bought.
Always Read the Terms in Full
You’ll typically find that online direct to consumer mattress companies tend to spell out the terms of their mattress agreements more clearly than large retailers (who often defer to the warranties provided by the individual brands).
But in either case, you should read through the terms of the warranty in full – links are usually found in the footer section of the manufacturer or retailer’s website.
Which Mattresses Have the Longest Warranties?
The mattresses with the longest warranties are the Puffy Lux, Awara, Idle Plush, Level Sleep, Layla Hybrid, and the Nectar Memory Foam Mattress which all offer a lifetime warranty.
There are other mattresses and brands that offer lifetime warranties, but I have mentioned the above models because in addition to having a long warranty, they are also very good mattresses that can appeal to a wide range of sleeping requirements.
Click the button below to learn more.
Sources and References
 Your Dictionary – Full Warranty – Legal Definition. Accessed 4/8/20.
 FindLaw – What is the Difference Between a Full Warranty and a Limited Warranty? Accessed 4/8/20.
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