Mark Nagra met business partner Raman Dhaliwal at Staples in South Surrey. The two partnered and built a successful business in South Surrey. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Mark Nagra met business partner Raman Dhaliwal at Staples in South Surrey. The two partnered and built a successful business in South Surrey. (Aaron Hinks photo)

4 steps to a better sleep

It takes a comfortable mattress, and also a comfortable shopping experience!

With the amount of time we’re now spending at home, many British Columbians have invested in comfort. But deciding to buy a better mattress or more practical bedroom furniture set is just the first step — deciding WHERE to shop is just as important.

Mark Nagra, sales manager, co-owner and 33-year furniture and mattress veteran, and Raman Dhaliwal, store manager and co-owner, work hard every day to make their store, WR Mattress the most comfortable, convenient and quality place to shop.

“Mark is a mattress specialist — he even designs most of our mattresses and works with factory owners to produce them, including our Ironman and NEWGEN brands,” Raman says.

Want to sleep easy? It starts with a happy shopping experience.

  1. Neighbourly service: Many stores claim to have great service, but WR Mattress has the customer reviews to back it up. “First, we were very impressed with the persistence and dedication of your team to install our Ironman Pure Energy Mattress, given the physical challenges of our home. Second, the team also spent extra time assembling our existing bed frame with headboard and footboard, ensuring our new mattress would fit properly. Finally, the mattress has been one of the best investments we have made in our health and self care,” write happy customers Kim and Fernando Jacob. Store manager Raman Dhaliwal lives locally and is committed to building a strong clientele of repeat and referral customers, so the store will always be focused on meeting customer’s needs. “We do everything we can to make the shopping easier, including free delivery and set-up for any purchase over $399.”
  2. Local supply: Where was your mattress made? At WR Mattress, 97 per cent of mattresses are made right here in BC. “Almost all of our furniture is made in BC too. That means our team is able to communicate your specific needs directly with the manufacturer, it keeps jobs right here in BC, and it also gives us a lower carbon footprint,” Raman says.
  3. Sleep like the pros: The Ironman mattress was specially designed to help elite athletes recover faster, with high-tech materials that increase the body’s oxygen levels you sleep. Clinical trials and customer reviews agree — this mattress can help improve your sleep quality, reducing pain and supporting your body through recovery. Stop by the store to learn more about the science behind this mattress, and how it’s helped customers recover from surgery, alleviate chronic pain, or recover after an Ironman triathlon!
  4. Good for you, good for the mattress: The Ironman mattress contains two natural materials: mineral-rich Celliant that’s good for you, and natural latex harvested from rubber trees that’s good for your mattress. Celliant technology has been clinically proven by University Medical Centres to improve sleep, body temperature regulation, pain relief, body recovery and more. Latex is the most durable, supportive and pressure-relieving mattress material, helping you reach optimal sleep — and helping your mattress last longer.

Visit WR Mattress Gallery at 2390 152nd Street., South Surrey to take advantage of their anniversary sale!

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