Other ways Nolah protects the environment and supports causes is the fact that mattresses are shipped in eco-friendly boxes that reduce shipping volume and vehicle emissions in kind, and also that all returned mattresses are donated to local charities or recycled through local state programs.
Rectifying all of these issues and more, Nolah also created innovative mattress packaging that cares for the customers, their homes and the environment. Their mattresses are shipped to the doorstep in an easy-to-handle eco-friendly cardboard box that reduces packaging volume by a whopping 80% as compared to conventional mattress shipping. The mattress is vacuum-compressed and rolled up inside the box in a way that allows it to be easily placed, unfurled and expanded to full size by the customers once in its desired location.
Pillar 4: Establish ‘No-Brainer’ Merchandizing Model
Nolah goes above and beyond to provide consumers with full peace-of-mind as they make a purchasing decision. Throughout the shopping experience, the company stresses benefits like 100% free shipping, free returns and its 15-year warranty whereby any Nolah mattress eligible under the warranty will be replaced or repaired completely free of charge throughout the 15-year warranty period. Nolah also offers a risk-free 120-night home trial period, so consumers can sleep on their new mattress for 4 whole months before making up their minds to keep it or not. If a customer is not fully satisfied, they’ll remove the mattress free of charge and refund the customer in full. These facets of the “no-stress sales” funnel, coupled with access to relevant customer and media-based product reviews and testimonials, helps customers rest assured that they can, well, indeed rest assured.
'Once an order has been placed, it will take us 2-3 business days to build, compress, and pack your LAYLA mattress before shipping it to you via FEDEX Ground. Shipments originate from Phoenix, AZ. We will send you an email with your tracking details as soon as your order ships.'
To begin with, you need to find a clean workspace. It's also important to gather together the packing materials that you'll need. These include a polyurethane mattress shipping bag and a box that's about 3 inches larger than each side of your mattress once it's wrapped. If you don't want to buy polyurethane mattress bag, simply wrap your mattress in old sheets, plastic or cardboard. Your goal here is simply to create a protective layer between your mattress and the box you are using.