Commercial frequently asked questions

Our experienced team are committed to understanding your needs and providing a bedding solution that will work for your environment. We therefore recommend you contact our team to discuss the best options for you.

Coil count is a common reference point with sleep-set selection. However, there are other elements to consider, including:

  • Coil design, shape and height
  • Number of turns
  • Steel gauge
  • Strength tempering
  • Cross lacing

Absolutely; a strong foundation is as important as a new mattress. It contributes to the overall comfort and support, plus helps to extend the life of the sleep-set. When selecting a mattress, purchase its companion foundation as they are designed to work together.

Commercial sleep-sets are designed to withstand rigorous use. Accordingly, they are subject to special testing to endure the various demands of the commercial environment.

The following components are important to consider with your commercial bedding purchase:

  • Innerspring coil – quality, gauge and performance
  • Foam cushioning layer – quality, density and thickness
  • Edge Support System
  • Foundation System

Sealy Commercial beds are designed for the specific needs of the commercial industry, such as:

  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
  • Backpackers

Other industries that can purchase Sealy Commercial sleep systems include:

  • Interior Designers
  • FFE Providers
  • Boarding Schools
  • Rest Homes & Retirement Villages
  • Holiday Parks
  • Military Bases
  • Government Departments

Sealy New Zealand supplies commercial industries in New Zealand and also the South Pacific.

  • Twin Set: 1835 x 2030
  • Super King: 1835 x 2030
  • King: 1685mm x 2030
  • Queen: 1525mm x 2030
  • Double XL: 1385 x 2030
  • Double: 1385mm x 1900
  • King Single: 1055 x 2030
  • Single XL: 915 x 2030
  • Single: 915mm x 1900

All sizes are nominal. Dimensions are width by length in millimetres.