5 Things You Didn't Know About Happsy
- In addition to being manufactured in the USA, Happsy mattresses are made using US-sourced materials, including Happsy's organic cotton.
- Happsy uses organic latex, which is grown only in tropical parts of the world. They harvest theirs in Sri Lanka and India.
- Unlike most mattresses, Happsy mattresses don't require flame retardants. They are made of wool, which is not an easily flammable material.
- You won't have to wait long after delivery to try sleeping on your mattress. It can be ready in as little as 30 minutes.
- Happsy supports Kids for Saving Earth, the American Sustainable Business Council, Women's Voices for the Earth, and 1% for the Planet.
Does the quality of your sleeping surface make a difference in your health? Happsy believes that it absolutely does, so they produce organic mattresses made of top-quality components alongside competitors such as Plushbeds and Avocado Mattress.
Unlike traditional mattresses that are made with foam, glues, adhesives, flame retardants and other hazardous materials, Happsy mattresses focus on safe, simple components. Inside a Happsy mattress, you'll find 8-inch pocketed springs that are topped with 2 inches of comfortable organic latex. Above the latex is a layer of organic wool batting. There is cotton filling around the mattress, and the whole thing is covered with organic cotton fabric.
Many people find the standard mattress alone to be comfortable enough for their liking, but for a truly luxurious sleeping experience, you can add the Happsy Organic Mattress Topper. This adds another 2 inches of latex to your bed, and it reminds many users of a traditional pillowtop mattress. Side sleepers may particularly enjoy the extra comfort that the topper provides.
Happsy manufactures five sizes of their basic mattress. The smallest ones are Twin and Twin XL. For more space, you may want to upgrade to Full or Queen. The largest Happsy mattresses are King and Cal King. The Organic Mattress Topper is available in all of these sizes as well.
With Happsy mattresses, there's no need to struggle home with a mattress strapped to the roof of your car. Happsy mattresses come in a cardboard box and are delivered to your house by a shipping service. Shipping is always free!
All you have to do is take the mattress out of the box, cut open the plastic packaging, and unroll the mattress on the bed frame. Watch and you'll see it start to expand. In about 30 minutes, the mattress will be ready to sleep on, and it will have fully expanded after a few days. To learn more about setting up your new mattress, watch the video How to Set Up Your Happsy Mattress.
You can go to the Happsy showroom in Wyoming to try out a mattress, but most people won't have that opportunity. That's why Happsy lets you try out their products at home for a full 120 days. You can set it up in your bedroom and make sure that it is providing the safe, comfortable night's sleep that you need. If not, you can return it.
Happsy recommends using the mattress for at least 30 days before making a final decision. If you need help, customer service specialists will be happy to provide suggestions for how to better make the mattress work for you. If you decide that the mattress isn't the right fit for you, you can return it within 120 days, and Happsy will cover the return shipping costs.
When you buy a Happsy mattress, it is covered by a 10-year warranty. If you need to make a warranty claim, Happsy may fix your mattress or send you a new one.
Of course, you want to ensure that even the littlest members of your family have a safe place to sleep, so Happsy makes the Organic Crib Mattress. These mattresses are comprised of food-grade polyethylene, organic wool, and organic cotton. They provide a firm, supportive place for your baby to sleep without exposing delicate lungs to harsh fumes or volatile organic compounds. In fact, the breathable construction of the crib mattress makes it easy for your baby to breathe comfortably all night long.
The crib mattress is not waterproof, so Happsy recommends adding their Organic Crib Mattress Pad. It creates a waterproof layer without the unsafe materials used in most crib mattresses. The pad is topped with organic cotton for your baby's comfort.
For full Happsy experience, you can cover your baby's organic mattress with the Happsy Organic Crib Sheet. This soft sheet features organic cotton and 300-thread-count construction. It fits the Happsy Organic Crib Mattress and all standard-size mattresses.
In fact, you can get Happsy accessories for all of the beds in your home. Like the version for cribs, the Happsy Organic Mattress Pad features waterproof construction and comfortable organic cotton. It can protect your bed against spills and dust mites. The Certified Organic Sheet Set boasts organic cotton and a thread count of 300. Each set includes a flat sheet, a fitted sheet, and one or two pillowcases. The mattress pads and sheets are available in all six Happsy mattress sizes.
You can even rest your head on a safe Happsy pillow. The Organic Pillow is made of organic latex and is covered with organic cotton. It comes in both standard and queen sizes.
Happsy mattresses are manufactured in the U.S.A. The organic cotton, pocketed springs, and some of the organic wool that Happsy uses also come from the U.S.A. Other wool is sourced in New Zealand, and the organic latex is harvested in Sri Lanka and India. Some Happsy products, such as sheets, are manufactured outside the U.S.A.
Because Happsy has received multiple certifications, you can feel confident about the safety and reliability of your purchase. All Happsy products are certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, and those containing latex also meet the Global Organic Latex Standard. Underwriters Laboratories has validated that Happsy products are free of formaldehyde, and UL has also given Happsy their Greenguard Gold certification. Happsy has received Made Safe certification and has also received Bedfax Verified status from the Speciality Sleep Association.
Happsy Social Media Links
Happsy on Facebook: On the Facebook page, you'll find links to new posts on the Happsy blog, which cover topics related to sleep and healthy living. The Happsy account also shares interesting tips and articles from other health and lifestyle sites.
Happsy on YouTube: Do you wonder what it's like to get a mattress that comes in a box? Stop by YouTube to see a video tutorial from Happsy that covers unboxing their mattress, unrolling it, and watching it expand.
Happsy Contact Info
265 E Kelly Ave
Jackson, WY 83001
Telephone Number: +1 (844) 742-7779