Aviya uses a wrapped coil innerspring unit – the most comfortable and most expensive to manufacture of all innerspring systems available. Competitors use combinations of two lower quality spring units in their “dual coil” construction or other lower quality constructions. Bonnell springs are often in these mattresses and are one of the least expensive spring used in mattress production. These springs are typically found in mattresses that retail for $299-399. Low profile coils and shorter wrapped coils (about 3-4” tall) are often used to replace foam materials and create a "bouncy" feel.
Competitors use a pillow top in its construction, which is much more prone to sagging and softening over time than the foam comfort layers in the Aviya. Our mattress was designed to last and deliver a sag-less sleep night after night. And to back it up we offer a 10 year 1” indentation warranty.
We use high density, 1.8
Many competitors boast a 15-year warranty, but only the first 2 years of the warranty are non-prorated or it is not a full replacement warranty.
Aviya doesn’t charge for delivery and there are no additional fees if you decide to return your mattress during the trial period – you’ll receive a full refund of your purchase. Many competitors charge a mandatory $99 for delivery and do not refund the fee if you return the mattress during the trial period.
All of our mattresses are made by our team in one factory. We control every aspect of your product experience to ensure quality. In contrast, many of our competitors use a network of third party contractors in different locations across the country to manufacturer their mattresses, often causing quality control issues.
The Aviya foundation is a heavy duty construction that uses 12 cross slats, each at 2.5” wide (versus the industry standard 1.5”). Many competitors only use 5-7 cross slats in their foundation. They may also charge an upcharge for their split foundations while Aviya offers it as a standard option with no additional fee.