The company buys in its latex from a company called Latex Foam International. However, Restonic isn't the only company that buys in its latex from Latex Foam International; other top brands include the Sealy SpringFree, Simmons BeautyRest, Serta Perfect Day, Stearns and Foster to name but a few. So, if you are thinking of buying a latex mattress from any of these companies you will be buying the same product. Each company, will offer different takes on it though, whether it's firmness, damask coverings or some other slick sales pitch. The Restonic mattress will be of the same quality as any of them so base your decision on price and forget about the sales pitch.
Mattress shopping season starts in January, because traditionally the industry has its best sales early in the year. Most mattress buyers find these sales confusing, because buying a mattress is not as easy as it sounds. Besides, who even says your old mattress is ready to be replaced anyway? Many people use their morning aches and pains to help them make this decision. We all know the literal pain in the neck that can develop when we "sleep funny." A bad mattress can have the same (but more subtle) effect on your back as well. Yet not all backaches or other joint stiffness can be attributed to the mattress. It can be very hard to tell if your mattress is at fault. By the same token, you might need to replace your mattress but be fit and flexible enough to wake up without mornign aches and pains. There are really only two main things that can go wrong with your mattress. Either it is worn out (or otherwise damaged) or it's not right for you. Mattresses do not wear out in a predictable way. A lot depends on how much use the mattress got over how much time. A small person who sleeps alone can usually get more longevity from a mattress than an overweight married couple.