Based on 1,204 verified customer experiences from 9 unique sources.
What You Need to Know about Restonic Mattresses
Mattress Type and Components:
Restonic offers innerspring, memory foam, latex and hybrid mattresses. All of the company’s current mattresses are sold as part of six exclusive collections.
The ComfortCare collection features innerspring mattresses constructed with gel memory foam comfort layers, and support cores with foam-encased pocketed coils and high-density base polyfoam. ComfortCare models are available in four firmness ratings: Euro Top, Pillow Top, Cushion Firm, and Firm.
The ComfortCare Limited collection also features innerspring mattresses. The comfort layers have a top layer of graphite latex, followed by a layer of gel memory foam; some models also feature a microcoil layer in the comfort system. The support core is designed with pocketed coils encased in foam and high-density base polyfoam, and the hand-tufted cover is made of wool and silk. ComfortCare Limited models come in four designs with different firmness ratings: Micro-Coil Boxtop, Ultra-Plush Boxtop, Cushion-Firm Boxtop, and Firm Euro Top.
The ComfortCare Hybrid Signature collection features mattresses with two layers of gel memory foam in the comfort system. The support cores are designed with pocketed coils encased in foam, followed by a layer of high-density base polyfoam. ComfortCare Hybrid Signature models come in six designs that vary by firmness level: Euro Top Quilted, Pillow Top Quilted, Plush Quilted, Firm Quilted, Plush Non-Quilted, and Firm Non-Quilted.
The HealthRest TempaGel collection includes memory foam mattresses with two layers of gel memory foam in the comfort layer and support cores constructed from high-density polyfoam.
The HealthRest Latex collection features mattresses with a latex layer in the comfort system and a support core made of high-density polyfoam.
The Brio collection consists of mattresses with latex and gel memory foam components in the comfort layer. The support core is made of high-density polyfoam.
Restonic mattresses are widely available online and at brick-and-mortar retail locations across the country.
Restonic innersprings and hybrids come in different firmness ratings to accommodate sleepers with varying sleep preferences.
Innersprings and hybrids from Restonic offer strong edge support, sleep relatively cool, and are considered responsive enough for sex.
Memory foam and latex models from Restonic conform closely to alleviate bodily pressure, produce little to no noise, and isolate motion to a significant extent.
Top complaints about innersprings and hybrids from Restonic include below-average longevity and low motion isolation.
The biggest customer issues regarding memory foam and hybrid mattresses include weak edge support and high body heat retention/sleeping hot.
Restonic does not disclose detailed information about any current mattresses, including pricing, available sizes, most product specifications, or warranty coverage. This may make it difficult for customers who are comparison-shopping.
Product and Price Range: Restonic does not disclose size availability for selected mattress models. However, the company lists eight possible sizes on its website: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Full XL, Queen, Split Queen, King, and California King. Restonic does not disclose where their mattresses are manufactured.
Customer Satisfaction Rating: 61 to 64 (varies by model) Calculated from: 1,204 customer experiences from 9 individual sources Amazon rating: The Brio has earned an Amazon customer rating of 4.6; other current Restonic mattresses are either not available for purchase on Amazon.com or have not earned customer ratings. BBB rating: C
Because Restonic mattresses are sold exclusively through third-party retailers, the company does not provide any pricing details about any of their current models. We researched prices at several authorized Restonic retailers; our findings indicate that the majority of these mattresses start at $1,200 to $1,600 for a Queen-size model. The maximum price for a Restonic Queen-size mattress is roughly $2,200 to $2,500. For more detailed pricing information, customers should contact their nearest Restonic retailer.
The table below features a measurement comparison for all eight available sizes. Please note that Restonic does not disclose mattress heights for any current models. For more information about pricing and sizing of specific mattress models, please contact an authorized retailer for Restonic products; the Restonic site features a ‘Find a Retailer‘ tool that enables web users to pinpoint the nearest seller using their zip code.
38W” x 74L”
Twin Extra Long (XL)
38W” x 80L”
54W” x 74L”
Full Extra Long (XL)
54W” x 80L”
60W” x 80L”
30W” x 80L” (2 Pieces)
76W” x 80L”
72W” x 84L”
Delivery Policy: Mattresses from Restonic are exclusively available for purchase through authorized third-party retailers at brick-and-mortar locations. Customers should defer to the delivery policy of the retailer where they purchase or plan to purchase their mattress.
Old Mattress Removal: Restonic does not offer old mattress removal services. Customers should inquire about old mattress removal from the retailer where they purchase their Restonic mattress model. Availability: Restonic mattresses are available at brick-and-mortar retail locations across the country. They are also sold online, including select models that are available for purchase on Amazon.com.
Detailed product specifications for Restonic mattresses are mostly unavailable. The firmness rating of a Restonic mattress will depend on the selected model; in some cases, more than one firmness level is offered. The table below features a partial breakdown of dimensions and components for all six current Restonic mattress collections. Please note that, with few exceptions, Restonic does not disclose specifications like mattress height, foam density, coil count, cover composition, or firmness rating.
Firmness is rated on a scale of 1 to 10. For more information on how firmness is calculated, please visit our Mattress Firmness page.
Sleep Trial and Warranty Information
Trial Period and Guarantee: Restonic mattresses are exclusively available through third-party retailers. For this reason, customers should defer to the sleep trial and return policy of the brick-and-mortar location where they purchase their mattress.
Warranty: Restonic offers variable warranty coverage for each mattress model. The company does not disclose warranty coverage for specific models; the following table lists the coverage rates for all Restonic mattresses and sleep products.
1/20 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/15 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/15 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/10 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/10 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/5 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/3 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
1/25 of Current Product Price x Years of Ownership
The terms of Restonic’s warranty coverage are as follows:
Restonic will, at the company’s sole option, repair or replace all mattresses that are deemed defective. Charges for mattress repairs or replacements will depend on the selected model’s warranty schedule. In any case, the owner will be responsible for all transportation charges associated with repairs or replacements.
Warranty coverage is contingent on proper foundational support. Queen- and King-size mattresses must be used with a metal frame or bed base with rigid center support. The warranty will be voided if the owner fails to use a proper support system. Additionally, Restonic will void the warranty if a non-matching foundation is used with a Restonic mattress.
The warranty will cover the following product defects:
Visible indentations or sagging that measure one and a half inches (1 1/2″) in the sleep surface of quilted beds or three-quarters of an inch (3/4″) in the sleep surface of non-quilted beds.
The warranty will not cover the following:
Normal increases in mattress softness that do not affect its pressure-relieving abilities, or indentations or sagging that do not measure one and a half inches (1 1/2″) in the sleep surface of quilted beds or three-quarters of an inch (3/4″) in the sleep surface of non-quilted beds. These issues are all considered standard wear and tear.
Repair or replacement requests that occur due to changes in the owner’s comfort preferences.
Burns, cuts, tears, stains, and other types of damage that occur due to owner misuse, improper cleaning, and/or inadequate foundational support.
Restonic reserves the right to refuse to inspect or repair any mattress that arrives in unsanitary condition.
Floor models are not covered under this warranty; this will be indicated by an ‘X’ next to the product ID on the law tag.
This warranty is exclusively extended to original owners who purchase their Restonic mattress from an authorized retailer. Anyone who buys or acquires their mattress from the original owner or an unauthorized retailer will not receive warranty coverage.
Restonic Mattress Sleep Ratings
Latex/Memory Foam Rating
What Restonic Users Say
Based on data collection, this is an overall customer sentiment regarding Restonic mattresses.
64 (Innerspring) 63 (Hybrid)
63 (Latex) 61 (Memory Foam)
Restonic mattresses of all types have earned below-average customer satisfaction ratings, due in part to a lack of available product information and relatively short mattress lifespans.
The average mattress will perform for approximately seven years before it needs to be replaced.
A large number of Restonic owners claim their mattresses degrade rather quickly compared to models with similar construction.
Innerspring/hybrid mattresses that are overly responsive will create excessive motion when someone gets up or shifts positions in bed. Most memory foam/latex mattresses effectively minimize and isolate motion, which can cut down on nighttime disruptions.
Poor (Innerspring) Fair (Hybrid)
Owners of memory foam and latex mattresses from Restonic note significant motion isolation and reduced nighttime disruptions. However, the company’s innersprings and hybrids are designed to be responsive, and motion isolation is minimal at best.
Bouncier, more responsive beds (such as innersprings and hybrids) tend to be more enjoyable for sex than latex or foam-based mattress models.
Our feedback indicates that innerspring and hybrid models from Restonic are highly responsive — and, as a result, better for sex — compared to the company’s memory foam and latex mattresses.
Memory foam and latex mattresses are designed to conform closely to the sleeper’s body and alleviate bodily pressure. Innersprings and hybrids tend to conform less, resulting in lower amounts of pressure relief.
Customers report that Restonic’s memory foam and latex models conform closely and alleviate bodily pressure; the innersprings and hybrids conform less, but customers can choose from several different firmness levels.
Innerspring mattresses tend to retain less body heat than other mattress types, and will ‘sleep cooler’ as a result. By comparison, memory foam/latex beds often sleep hot.
Restonic owners claim that the company’s memory foam and latex mattresses retain more body heat and sleep much hotter than the innerspring and hybrid options.
Some mattresses emit particles when they are unpackaged, accompanied by unpleasant ‘off-gassing’ smells that can last for days.
Good (Latex) Fair (Memory Foam)
As is to be expected, Restonic’s memory foam models produce some odor that will dissipate within a day or two; off-gassing from innerspring, latex, and hybrid models is less common.
The frames of innerspring mattresses are encased to support the springs and provide a suitable sleeping surface. Memory foam/latex mattresses, on the other hand, typically have poor edge support, and may prematurely sink where people usually sit.
Premature sinking at the edges is a common complaint among purchasers of Restonic’s memory foam and latex mattresses; the company’s innersprings and hybrids feature foam encasements around the support core, and offer more robust edge support.
Innerspring mattresses tend to be somewhat noisy due to their high levels of bounciness and responsiveness, as well as squeaky metal components; most foam and latex mattresses produce little to no noise.
Owners claim that Restonic innersprings and hybrids produce some noise; the company’s memory foam and latex models, by comparison, are virtually silent.
Ease of Moving and Rotating
Most innerspring mattresses are relatively heavy, but some can be more unwieldy than others. Foam and latex mattresses tend to be lighter by comparison.
Restonic mattresses have average weights compared to their respective mattress types, and do not more or less difficult to maneuver than similar models.
Restonic Customer Satisfaction Rating Comparison
What Type of Sleeper Is Best Suited for a Restonic Mattress?
Based on our customer feedback, Restonic mattresses received the following grades among sleepers of different weights and preferred sleep positions. Please note that these ratings are subjective, and that everyone has varying experiences on different mattresses. Sleeper comfort and spinal support are the most important factors when it comes to selecting a mattress.
Customer Service: Customer service experiences with Restonic vary due to third-party retailers. We recommend researching the background and reputation of mattress sellers in your area before making a final purchase. BBB rating: C Company History: Restonic was founded in 1945. Physical Stores: Restonic does not operate any brick-and-mortar showrooms. However, the company’s mattresses are found in stores nationwide. Corporate Address: 737 Main St Suite 100 Buffalo, NY 14203-1335 Contact Email: Online form Company Website: http://restonic.com/ Facebook Instagram Twitter