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Affordable Rent-to-Own Mattresses at Rent One

You don't have to travel to escape the everyday. Allow our line of luxury mattresses to act as your ticket to a place of total relaxation. Rent One offers top-quality mattress sets, mattresses, foundations, and mattress covers — all at an affordable price!
Let Rent One Help you get a great night’s sleep! Find your closest store location or view our online selection of quality mattresses below.

How to Choose the Right Mattress for You

We understand that shopping for mattresses can feel overwhelming. With tons of options, it can be difficult to know which mattress is right for you. But don’t stress, Rent One makes it easy! We can help find a mattress that suits your sleeping needs AND budget.

Here’s how to pick the perfect mattress for your comfort:

1. Choose Your Mattress type

We feature high-quality mattresses from trusted name brands like Noctova and Symbol. Our large selection of mattresses has the best of the best optional features, including adjustable, cooling gel, and pillow top!

Innerspring: The most traditional mattress type is known for that classic springy feel. It begins with a steel coil support system and is often surrounded by additional layers of fabric, foam, and padding.

Memory Foam: Combines layers of memory foam with other foam layers. It is initially firm to the touch, but due to body heat and pressure eventually starts to mold around the contours of the body. It relieves pressure points while offering support to keep your spine aligned.

Hybrid: Often described as the best of both worlds, it is a modern combination of traditional innerspring coils on the bottom layer with popular memory foam/latex/polyfoam layers at the top of the mattress. If you're not a huge fan of the sinking feeling that comes with memory foam mattresses, hybrid mattresses are a good compromise.

2. Choose Your Mattress Firmness

When it comes to mattress comfort, everyone is different. How you sleep can impact which firmness you need. Side sleepers generally prefer a softer mattress that conforms to pressure points in the shoulders and hips, as well as the arm that gets tucked beneath side sleepers, preventing numbness and tingling. Stomach sleepers have more pressure on the hips and pelvis because those points support most of the weight, thus a firm or medium mattress will likely provide more comfort because they will prevent the hips and pelvis from sinking lower than the shoulders and creating an unnatural curve in the spine. Back sleepers have pressure more evenly spread across their pressure points while they sleep, thus have the most range in firmness and can find comfort on soft, medium, and firm mattresses.

Follow our firmness scale below:

Plush provides extra cushioning without compromising support and has cloud-like conformability that feels as if one is getting hugged by their bed. It has exceptional motion isolation for less partner disturbance.

Medium is a good middle-ground option that offers some plushness but limited sink. It provides good support because there is enough contouring to reduce pressure points and spinal alignment is maintained.

Firm has less “give” but provides a well-balanced level of comfort with only limited softness and sink. While it doesn’t have deep contouring properties, there is often enough cushioning to prevent problems at pressure points.

How to tell if your mattress is too soft or too firm?

Too Firm:

  • Pressure points (shoulders, hips, or knees) are pushed up above the rest of the body
  • Numb or tingling shoulders or hips
  • A sensation of sleeping on top of the mattress, or away from it

Too Soft:

  • Pressure points are sinking below the rest of the body
  • Difficulty getting in and out of the bed
  • A sensation of “bottoming out” on the upper layer(s) of the mattress

3. Choose Your Mattress Size

Twin 38” by 75” | Smallest mattress on the market; best for kids, bunk beds, or single-sleeping adults with small spaces like a dorm or studio apartment.

Full 54” by 75” | Sometimes called a “double” mattress; best for young adults, couples who like to cuddle, or guest rooms; can fit into smaller spaces making them suitable for apartments.

Queen 60” by 80” | The most popular mattress size on the market; best for couples or individuals who like to sprawl out; best in rooms of at least 10 by 10 square feet.

King 76” by 80” | Also referred to as an Eastern King bed; best for couples who enjoy their space or share a bed with children or pets; best in rooms of at least 12 by 10 square feet.

1. Choose Your Mattress type

We feature high-quality mattresses from trusted name brands like Noctova and Symbol. Our large selection of mattresses has the best of the best optional features, including adjustable, cooling gel, and pillow top!

Innerspring: The most traditional mattress type is known for that classic springy feel. It begins with a steel coil support system and is often surrounded by additional layers of fabric, foam, and padding.

Memory Foam: Combines layers of memory foam with other foam layers. It is initially firm to the touch, but due to body heat and pressure eventually starts to mold around the contours of the body. It relieves pressure points while offering support to keep your spine aligned.

Hybrid: Often described as the best of both worlds, it is a modern combination of traditional innerspring coils on the bottom layer with popular memory foam/latex/polyfoam layers at the top of the mattress. If you're not a huge fan of the sinking feeling that comes with memory foam mattresses, hybrid mattresses are a good compromise.

2. Choose Your Mattress Firmness

When it comes to mattress comfort, everyone is different. How you sleep can impact which firmness you need. Side sleepers generally prefer a softer mattress that conforms to pressure points in the shoulders and hips, as well as the arm that gets tucked beneath side sleepers, preventing numbness and tingling. Stomach sleepers have more pressure on the hips and pelvis because those points support most of the weight, thus a firm or medium mattress will likely provide more comfort because they will prevent the hips and pelvis from sinking lower than the shoulders and creating an unnatural curve in the spine. Back sleepers have pressure more evenly spread across their pressure points while they sleep, thus have the most range in firmness and can find comfort on soft, medium, and firm mattresses.

Follow our firmness scale below:

Plush provides extra cushioning without compromising support and has cloud-like conformability that feels as if one is getting hugged by their bed. It has exceptional motion isolation for less partner disturbance.

Medium is a good middle-ground option that offers some plushness but limited sink. It provides good support because there is enough contouring to reduce pressure points and spinal alignment is maintained.

Firm has less “give” but provides a well-balanced level of comfort with only limited softness and sink. While it doesn’t have deep contouring properties, there is often enough cushioning to prevent problems at pressure points.

How to tell if your mattress is too soft or too firm?

Too Firm:

  • Pressure points (shoulders, hips, or knees) are pushed up above the rest of the body
  • Numb or tingling shoulders or hips
  • A sensation of sleeping on top of the mattress, or away from it

Too Soft:

  • Pressure points are sinking below the rest of the body
  • Difficulty getting in and out of the bed
  • A sensation of “bottoming out” on the upper layer(s) of the mattress

3. Choose Your Mattress Size

Twin 38” by 75” | Smallest mattress on the market; best for kids, bunk beds, or single-sleeping adults with small spaces like a dorm or studio apartment.

Full 54” by 75” | Sometimes called a “double” mattress; best for young adults, couples who like to cuddle, or guest rooms; can fit into smaller spaces making them suitable for apartments.

Queen 60” by 80” | The most popular mattress size on the market; best for couples or individuals who like to sprawl out; best in rooms of at least 10 by 10 square feet.

King 76” by 80” | Also referred to as an Eastern King bed; best for couples who enjoy their space or share a bed with children or pets; best in rooms of at least 12 by 10 square feet.

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Why Rent-to-own mattresses?

RTO mattresses are a great way to get exactly what you need for you and your family!

At Rent One, there are absolutely no credit checks and no third-party lender is involved. We offer weekly or monthly payment plans that fit your budget, and the online payment process is simple, secure, and convenient. One of the best parts is that you won’t have to worry about hauling your new mattress because you get free delivery and setup from a member of our professional team.

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