Serta strikes new poses for sleepers worldwide

As a worldwide leader in the mattress industry, Serta has changed the way people sleep, with innovative technology that combats common sleep issues, and offers better sleep.

Serta stays on top of customers’ sleep needs

Dedicated to providing quality and innovation, they focus on making mattresses that provide optimal comfort and support. Serta’s Perfect Sleeper quickly became a catalyst for this strategy as it combatted five common sleep issues, including:

  • Tossing and turning
  • Lack of support
  • Motion disturbance
  • Irregular temperature
  • Mattress roll-off or sag

Serta has continued to make improvements to its flagship mattress, while creating and reinventing other mattress technology to stay ahead of our growing sleep needs.

At Sleep Solutions, find Serta mattresses that offer various features like:

  • Reliable, continuous coil innerspring support.
  • Blended innerspring and quality foam components to provide pain-relieving support.
  • Serta Pillo-Fill to wick away moisture and provide cooler sleep.

Or chose a Serta iComfort mattress, featuring Cool Action Dual Effects Gel Memory Foam for cooler, more comfortable and pain-relieving sleep.

Serta story

More than 80 years ago, several independent mattress manufacturers united under the Serta brand name, while establishing a new set of quality standards. Since, they have made many strides to improve mattress technology and build credibility, like:

  • Introducing its flagship and top-selling mattress, the Perfect Sleeper, to combat five specific sleep issues.
  • Introducing the world’s first-ever “tuftless” mattress.
  • Earning brand recognition through its popular “Counting Sheep” advertising campaign.
  • Revolutionizing memory foam by fusing it with gel (Serta iComfort) for seekers of memory foam concerned about sleeping too hot.

Today, headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois and still privately owned, Serta stands out as a worldwide leader in the mattress industry with 23 manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and four in Canada.