At Sherwood Bedding, we cannot stress how important it is that our customers fill out the mattress warranty form after their purchase. Buying a mattress is an investment, and it makes sense to ensure your purchase with a warranty. There are a number of reasons why you shouldn’t delay filling out this paperwork.
Is a Limited Mattress Warranty Important?
If a defect occurs as a result of a manufacturing defect during normal use, you may be able to have your mattress or foundation repaired or replaced, if it is within your warranty period. While there are damages that are not covered by the warranty — such as burned, stained or soiled fabric, and damage due to abuse such as bending, standing or jumping on the mattress — there are many defects that are covered.
What Happens if Your Mattress is Defective?
At Sherwood Bedding, your mattress and matching foundation have been engineered to provide one of the finest sleep systems available. If you happen to discover a defect in your mattress or foundation, you must contact the authorized Sherwood dealer where you purchased your sleep set. If the dealer is no longer in business or you have moved outside the service area, please contact Sherwood Bedding’s Customer Service Department.
While having a limited warranty on your mattress is important, you should still take good care of your mattress. Suggestions for caring for your mattress and other important warranty information explore our Warranties and FAQs page.
Sherwood Bedding Makes it Easy
At Sherwood Bedding, customer satisfaction is our top priority. We are here to help our customers along every step of their buying journey, and keep in touch well after. To protect your investment, we encourage those who buy our products to register their mattress.