Great suppliers = great products! We know that having a personal relationship with our suppliers helps. When a vendor understands that we really do want to go the "extra mile" for a certified organic product, or a sustainably harvested crop - we are often amazed at the stories they have to tell us.
We are fortunate to have long term relationships with suppliers, some lasting decades, that give us the confidence we need to assure you of the safety and integrity of everything we build. Very often the batches of products we purchase are hand-selected. When our bales of cotton or wool are processed or packaged for delivery, it's often the first run of the day - when the equipment and warehouses are cleaned to an organic spec and freshly tested for compliance.
When you and your family cuddle up in our products for sleep - you can rest assured we (and our suppliers) stand behind every stitch, every ingredient we use. If you're not happy - for any reason - we want to hear about it. Every mattress we make is hand-signed, we know the date, the time, the builder who checked everything that went into your bed. Our organic certifications also require us to be able to track the exact date and origin of all the wool, cotton or latex that went into your bed. We love being able to provide this level of commitment and transparency - and we also know that not many manufacturers can do what we do.
The Soaring Heart difference is something you can count on!
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Quarantined? Sheltered in Place? Home with the kids and looking for things to do? Here's a couple quick tips to help everyone sleep better - starting tonight:
1) Air your bedding. When cherry trees blossom its a great reminder to hang a temporary clothes line and air your winter bedding.
2) Do a thorough launder of your mattress pads, dust mite covers, pillow liners. Flip the mattress and catch up with those dust bunnies hiding under the bed.
3) Check your labels! C'mon - how long have you really had those bed pillows?
We green consumers may be a small portion of the economy - but we are growing and we can appreciate how nuts the rest of the economy can be. Our kids can teach us not to use plastic straws, or to avoid one use plastics at the grocery store - but who teaches us not to purchase a 300 lb plastic mattress? (How many thousands of recycled straws would that be?!)
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