The Leeds Mattress Store in California was established after Neil Leeds spent many years working in the mattress industry.
He started out as a delivery associate for a mattress company and learned quite a bit about the ins and outs of mattress manufacturing. He applied for and landed a sales position with a New York chain called Federated Department Stores.
He worked for several years as a sales representative, learning a lot along the way. and then decided to make a geographic change and moved to California where he began working for Beautyrest Gallery and Mattress Discounters. Following that job, he worked for a company called Bassett Bedding Company.
The Leeds brand name and company was established after Mr. Leeds talked to his plant manager and decided he too could offer people great mattresses at great prices.
Even today, Neil Leeds won't ask anyone to do what he wouldn't do himself, so you may find him sweeping up the floor, helping to unload a delivery, or working the sales floor now and then.
This mattress company knows the value of treating a customer the right way. They also know that if they deal with reputable and quality vendors, they're more likely to keep their customers happy with quality products.
Mr. Leeds strives to forge strong relationships with quality vendors so he can turn around and offer the best deal to people walking through the doors of his stores.
Sales associates at Leeds are trained to help the customer make an educated decision based on what they know about the competitors' price and value. Leeds associates will give potential buyers a comp chart so they can see at a glance which brands are comparable in both quality and price.
There are twenty-six Leeds stores between Orange County, California, Riverside, California, Los Angles County, California, and West Los Angeles.
Leeds has their own mattress brand called Leeds Diamond Collection, but they also offer national brands like Serta, Sealy, Stearns & Foster, Tempur-Pedic, Chattham & Wells, and Spring Air.
The bed frame and delivery services are included with the price of any mattress set.
Leeds will give you 60 days to sleep on a new mattress in order to make sure it's supporting you properly and that you're completely satisfied with it. If you're not happy with the mattress at that point, then they'll accept an exchange request.
Specific warranty information is not listed on the company website, so it would be wise to request a copy of it before making a final purchase.
Leeds Mattress seems to get conflicting reviews depending on location. Some reviews say the salesperson they talked with was absolutely amazing, not pushy or defensive, and answered all their questions.
Other online reviews mention that the sales associates at the Leeds location they visited were uninterested, rude, pushy, and seemed annoyed by questions.
Neil Leeds original vision for his company is a good one, and online reviews of his stores indicate that different stores may vary in how well they are actualizing this vision.
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