Mattress Innovators – Conforming to Your Sleep Needs

We make custom, handcrafted mattresses, built using only the latest in mattress technology

The Beloit Mattress Company has been handcrafting high quality, durable mattresses – one at a time – in our local, family-owned Beloit, Wisconsin, mattress factory since 1929.

Innovation doesn’t always mean “new.” Sometimes innovation means reverting back to time-tested practices that were effective but have since been abandoned. And the mattress industry is no exception.

Yes, we still make many of our mattresses the old-fashioned way – by hand.

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Using Natural, “Practically Green” Materials

We strive to use as many all-natural materials as possible
Green MattressesAnd we never chemically treat our mattress fibers. The natural materials we use include:

  • Cotton
  • Organic cotton
  • Bamboo
  • Pure Joma wool
  • Natural latex

Most mattress companies use either almost no natural materials or all organic material.

We’ve found that neither option gives you the best mattress. We believe that the best way to achieve good sleep, long-term durability, and affordability is a balanced approach. That’s why we’ve adopted a “practically green” philosophy.

“Practically green” means that we use all-natural materials as much as possible without sacrificing comfort, durability, and affordability. This allows us to offer sleep solutions that are healthy, environmentally friendly, comfortable, durable, and affordable.

Why We Believe in Hand Tufting

The longest lasting, most durable way to make a mattress

Hand tufting is a mattress-making technique that has been around for hundreds of years. A tuft is a stitch that goes through the entire mattress, keeping the filling in place and ensuring superior support throughout the mattress.

In short, hand tufting means that a skilled worker creates these stitches by hand.

There is very little argument throughout the industry that hand tufting is the longest lasting, most durable way to construct a mattress. The only drawback to hand tufting is the time it takes to do it. It is not an automated process. It takes several skilled workers several hours to build a good hand-tufted mattress.

This is why so many large national mattress corporations have abandoned the process. Why spend hours handcrafting a mattress when one unskilled worker can build several machine-quilted mattresses by pushing some buttons and pulling a zipper tab?

We’ll tell you why. Because a hand-tufted mattress lasts longer, is more durable, and is better quality than one that is machine quilted.

And that’s what you’ll get when you buy a mattress from us.

Hand Tufting a Mattress

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We Employ the Latest Mattress Technology

And maintain the same quality through decades-old practices

Leggett & Platt’s Comfort Core™Though we construct mattresses in the same way we did since 1929, we also use the latest bedding technology.

We still hand tuft our Heirloom mattress models, while also integrating the latest Leggett and Platt Comfort Core technology.

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We Meet Content, Emission and Durability Standards

Our standard polyfoams are CertiPUR certified.

CertiPUR-US®This means it meets all of the CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability.

You’ll get sturdy, time-tested construction methods, CertiPUR-US approved foams, the latest innerspring technology, and innovative product design.

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Unparalleled Innovation For Total Sleep Comfort

Time-tested practices with the latest technology

With refined manufacturing processes, we continually improve by incorporating the latest, most enticing technologies. With eco-friendly options, along with the ultra-supportive Comfort Core technology, we offer an original bedding solution made handmade for quality and comfort.

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