Sleep Number Bed Retailers Salt Lake City UT

Local resources for Sleep Number bed retailers in Salt Lake City, UT. With a fully adjustable cushion of air, the Sleep Number bed can support the body gently and reduce the pressure points. You can get a restful night's sleep with this Sleep Number bed.

Furniture Warehouse
(801) 433-9090
1420 S 4800 W
Salt Lake City, UT
Hours
sunday Hours: Closed
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-6

Intellibed
(801) 274-7177
4874 Highland Dr
Holladay, UT

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Knight's Mattress & Furniture
(801) 566-8400
239 W 9000 S
Sandy, UT

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Office Furniture Exchange
(801) 531-6562
257 W 500 S
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Charles Custom Upholstery
(801) 973-2329
989 W 1800 S
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Mattress Department
(801) 937-4964
4477 Highland Dr
Holladay, UT

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The Mattress Firm
(801) 293-3476
6328 S State St
Murray, UT

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Select Comfort - South Towne Center
(801) 553-8479
10450 South State St.,, Space 1318
Sandy, UT

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Kanell's Custom Furniture
(801) 355-8000
711 S 300 W
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Custom Made Furniture
(801) 486-8055
3337 S State St
Salt Lake City, UT
 
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Sleep Number Beds

Sleep Number Bed

Have you ever wondered what your sleep number is? If you haven't heard of Select Comfort's Sleep Number beds, chances are you have no idea what a sleep number is. If you want to know the answer, read on.

Pros: Sleep number beds represent an innovation in mattress technology. Gone are the days of squeaky box springs – adjustable air chambers are what make Sleep Number mattresses so special. Essentially, the beds have air chambers that can be inflated or deflated until you achieve your maximum level of support and comfort (this is known as your "sleep number"). Larger beds feature dual air chambers and dual control so they are ideal for couples who each prefer a different level of firmness. Sleep number mattresses are designed to reduce the pressure points on your body, which should lead to a more restful sleep.

Cons: The primary downside to Sleep Number beds is that they are quite expensive. Each model is priced differently and there's a good deal of choice, but you should expect to spend over $1,000. If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive solution to your discomfort, a Sleep Number bed is probably not for you. The beds can also be difficult to set up, but once that's done, they are light and easy to move. Additionally, the air pump that accompanies the bed is quite big, so you'll need to set aside some room either under or beside the bed to store it.

Overall: Thousands of people have purchased Sleep Number beds and the majority...

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