Verlo Mattress Franchise Opportunities

With a Verlo Mattress® franchise, you can bring a better night’s sleep to your community. Our unique franchise model combines local mattress showrooms with onsite mattress factories. This gives Verlo customers the unique chance to customize their mattress to their sleep needs and comfort preferences. It also allows us to offer a Lifetime Comfort Guarantee — the only guarantee of its kind in the mattress industry!

Ready to join the Verlo family and start your own Verlo Mattress franchise? Read on to learn more about Verlo and get more information about available franchise opportunities.

Get Started with a Low Cost Investment

Start-up costs range from $99,350 – $408,183.

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Why Verlo Mattress?

Family of four asleep on a king size mattress with two daughters between the parents

If you’re thinking of starting a mattress business, you’ve probably been doing some research on your own. One reason Verlo Mattress stands out from the competition is our inventory, production, and operations are vertically integrated – meaning we produce all of our products in-house! When you open a Verlo franchise, you can rest easy knowing that you’re offering a unique product to which none of your competitors have access. Rather than worrying about the need to establish relationships with multiple vendors and brands, your job as a Verlo franchise owner will be substantially simplified when you’re able to order all of your mattresses in-house.

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What Our Franchisees Say

Each Verlo Franchisee has a unique story. Let them tell you in their own words what Verlo means to them.

“It’s an awesome feeling when you get an email or a phone call from a customer stating ‘I should have done this years ago. I cannot believe how good of a mattress I’m sleeping on now.” — Verlo Mattress of St. Charles Owner, Stieg Nystrom

“Verlo is a great product; it’s a great company to work for, and the future is very bright for us.” — Verlo Mattress of Fort Atkinson and Beaver Dam Owner, Adel Salameh

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The Mattress Industry

Our industry is thriving! As Americans struggle with sleep, they realize that having the right mattress is a great way to combat insomnia. This makes starting a Verlo franchise a timely and strategic investment!

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Training & Support

The Franchise Support Team at Verlo Mattress is your personal team of experts in product, systems, management, and business – and they are there to provide training and ongoing support for your business. In fact, Verlo has a dedicated Franchise Support Call Center to directly assist you.

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How Much Do Verlo Franchisees Make?

The Federal Trade Commission and state franchise sales regulations do not allow franchisors to provide profit projections. However, if you become a qualified candidate, we would be happy to share our Franchise Disclosure Document. The Franchise Disclosure Document will highlight our historical sales from our franchised locations.

How Much Does It Cost To Become A Verlo Franchisee?

All-in start-up costs range from about $115,400 – $247,700 depending on a number of variables, including the size and condition of your location. A complete breakdown of these estimated costs is included in our Franchise Disclosure Document.

Does Verlo Offer A Veterans Discount?

We offer a 25% discount on the Initial Franchise Fee for the Retail/ Assembly Store or Retail Service Store to United States military veterans who qualify to operate a Verlo Mattress Store. If the veteran is applying to operate the Verlo Mattress Store as an entity, the veteran must own and control at least 51% of such entity. This discount does not apply to the purchase of a Verlo Mattress Satellite Showroom franchise.

Does Verlo Offer Financing?

No, you will be responsible for financing. We would be happy to introduce you to lenders and financing brokers who are familiar with our business.

Do I Need Experience In The Mattress Industry?

No. We are looking for individuals who share our obsessive dedication for over-the-top customer service. We can teach you and your team the rest.

What Makes Verlo Mattress Different Than Other Mattress Companies?

Our proprietary mattresses set us apart from the competition. Our mattresses are made by us, greatly simplifying things for our franchisees. Using our unique ordering system, you can easily purchase the inventory you need (oftentimes for a much lower cost than buying from a third-party supplier). This allows us to keep prices low for our customers and profit margins high for our franchisees.

What Kind Of Experience Do I Need To Purchase A Franchise?

Verlo Mattress franchises are simple to run, and our franchisees don’t need any specialized experience prior to making their investment. We’ve developed a training program that’s designed to teach you everything you need to know about our products, our customers, our business model, and our operations. Best of all, we’ve developed integrated software systems that make it easier than ever to manage inventory, manage your finances, make sales, and more. We’ve worked hard to ensure that running one of our bedding businesses is as hassle-free as possible.

Can I Convert My Mattress Retail Store Into A Verlo?

Do you currently own a mattress business? Are you struggling to find new customers, keep your inventory costs low, and manage all of the demands of running your store? If so, converting your mattress business to a Verlo Mattress franchise might be just the solution you’ve been looking for. Verlo Mattress has decades of experience in the industry, and our business model is highly efficient. Partnering with us is a great way to breathe new life into your existing mattress business.

Get Started with a Verlo Franchise

This franchise offering is not being offered by us or by anyone acting on our behalf or with our knowledge to residents of (nor is it otherwise specifically directed to any person in, nor will any franchise or business opportunity be located and/or sold in) California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington or Wisconsin, until the offering has been registered and declared effective and an approved disclosure document has been properly delivered to the prospective franchisees.