So we came up with our 10 best reasons to buy a McRoskey: Read more
Next week I will have the pleasure of talking about one of my favorite things — McRoskey mattress manufacturing and our custom mattresses — to a group of designers and furniture industry professionals.
I’ll be speaking at an event called How to Build and Specify Custom Furniture, Bedding and Drapery Day on July 17. Sponsored by fine furnishings representative Rafe Bethell & Associates, the event will be held at the Hayward, CA factory of fellow San Francisco Bay Area manufacturer Cypress Furniture. Read more
At McRoskey Mattress we’re quite often called upon to build custom size beds. Some of these mattresses are for antique bedsteads or custom-built headboards. We’ve also built mattresses for boats and specific locations in a residence. But the bed pictured below is a very unusual custom mattress, even for the McRoskey factory.
It is one of the largest mattresses we’ve ever made. It measures 108″ wide x 108″ long — very large, indeed. Our staff enjoyed the challenge of handcrafting this mattress set and when it was done they decided to give it a try.
Here at McRoskey, we are true believers in the importance of recycling old mattresses. Every mattress that is taken apart and its materials reused is one less mattress that is taking up space in a landfill.
Here’s our process for mattress recycling. When a customer’s new McRoskey mattress set is locally delivered, McRoskey picks up their old mattresses and box springs for teardown and recycling. McRoskey sends the old mattresses to a transfer station where product is directed to DR3, a mattress teardown facility just across the bay in Oakland, California.