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Barron's has Tempur-Pedic, adjustable beds, lift chairs

Barron's Home Furnishings, located in Harbor in the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center, offers some specialty products guaranteed to make life easier for those in need.

Featuring five models of the famous Swedish Sleep System, Tempur-Pedic, Barron's invites you to come in and test the mattress you have all heard so much about.

This incredible mattress relieves painful pressure points, conforms to the body for equal support and is naturally treated to be allergen resistance.

Endorsement by "Consumer Digest" and approved by "Good Housekeeping" helps to assure satisfaction.

A commendation by the "Arthritis Foundation" shows the benefit of the pressure relieving material.

Barron's also features a full line of adjustable beds from Tempur-Pedic and Englander.

With the touch of a button you can adjust your mattress into an infinite number of comfortable positions. There are health and medical benefits for circulation, respiratory problems and relief of back pain with an adjustable bed.

To top things off, Barron's stocks several power-assisted "lift" chairs and recliners for those who have trouble operating the standard manual recliner.

There are a variety of styles and sizes to choose from in many colors of fabrics and leathers. There is even heat and massage!

All items mentioned are stocked and ready for free immediate delivery to homes in Oregon and California within a 200-mile radius!

Come into Barron's and talk to one of our knowledgeable staff members ready to help improve your quality of life today.

Provided by Barron's Home Furnishings

 


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