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Founded in 1971, Tipton Manufacturing, Inc. (as we were called then) was located on South Main Street in Corsicana, Texas. Originally founded to manufacture furniture as well as bedding in the mobile home industry, we grew to meet the demand for quality mattresses and sleep systems.
Throughout the years, we have risen to the challenge with the changing landscape of the bedding industry. We have continuously grown and increased our level of production as well as services.
Forty years later, as a leader in the industry, we have become one of the most solid bedding manufacturers in the United States with growing international operations. We currently operate facilities across the nation. Providing quality and value has been the core of our business model and continues to drive our personalized service and relationships both at home and abroad.
Our Micro Coil Collection utilizes individually encased springs and ultra-flexible encased wire to give increased support while providing the ultimate comfort .
The new Micro Coil Collection utilizes the sleep technology to make this mattress sleep system ideal for those seeking the ultimate in personalized comfort and support.
Proudly Made in the USA
Corsicana Bedding has proudly been the provider of American made mattresses for over forty years. Throughout this time, we have grown to be one of the leading mattress manufacturers in the United States.
Maintaining the tradition of exclusively producing mattresses in the USA has allowed us to provide our retailers and their customers mattresses with the best value in the industry.
Our retailers and customers can rest better knowing that partnering with Corsicana Bedding helps to provide jobs and promote local economies.
Night and Day hardwoods are from renewable rubberwood plantations. See this statement on their Rubberwood products.
This is to confirm that the Rubberwood products of Night & Day Furniture LLC. as listed below are processed / manufactured from Rubberwood logs harvested from rubber plantations which are managed through systematic planting and replanting programmes (usually on a 25-year rotation). The trees are felled when their life-span for latex production is no longer economic and replanting is necessary. In this respect, Rubberwood products are environmentally friendly.