We've taken the guesswork out of selecting the comforter that's right for you. Explore our guide below to learn everything you need to know before purchasing your next comforter.
Fill power is the volume of a single ounce of down. A higher fill power down insulates better, yet weighs less.
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Consider regional climate and personal preferences when selecting the warmth level that's right for you.
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Lightweight comforters for warmer regions, heavier for cooler climates: view our comforter weight guide.
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From the most basic sizes to Twin XL, California King and oversized options, we've got you covered.
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Ideal for warmer climates, summer sleeping or for those who prefer the bare minimum. For room temperatures 74°F and up.
Perfect for warmer seasons and climates, or for those who keep their bedroom temperature cool, from 69°F to 74°F.
Our most popular weight comforter offers plenty of down fill for year-round comfort. For room temperatures 65°F to 69°F.
EXTRA WARM WEIGHT
A cozy choice in late fall or early spring. Perfect for room temperatures from 62°F to 65°F.
ULTRA WARM WEIGHT
Our very warmest. Perfect for people who need toasty warmth in the coldest of winters, when the temperature is below 62°F.
DOWN OR DOWN ALTERNATIVE
Down clusters are made up of light, fluffy filaments that expand and intertwine to form air pockets. These pockets trap air, making down nature's most effective insulator. That's what makes down so warm and light.
What About Down Allergies?
Scientists believe it's the dust on improperly cleaned down — not down itself — that causes allergies. All of our down is cleaned with phosphate-free soap in state-of-the-art equipment, then thoroughly sterilized, so you can enjoy the lightweight and warmth of down, without the allergens.
Nevertheless, you may rest easier knowing there are absolutely no allergens in your bedding ensemble. So we're proud offer a line of down alternative comforters filled with our own TCS Down Free® and world-famous PrimaLoft® fills. Both mimic down's warm, lofty insulating properties, without the sniffles.
What Is Fill Power? Fill power refers to the volume a single ounce of down takes up: the higher the fill power, the better the insulating quality of the down. Down from mature, larger birds has greater loft, so it insulates better — meaning less of it is required to keep you warm. Sometimes, less is more.
When you first unpack your down comforter, it may appear wrinkled and flat. You can restore the natural loft by vigorously shaking or fluffing in your dryer on LOW.
HOW TO WASH A COMFORTER
Hand or machine wash your down comforter separately in a large, front load tumble washer.
Use WARM water and mild detergent on DELICATE. We suggest using our mild, non-toxic down cleaner.
Tumble dry on LOW or no heat. Use tennis balls or fluffer rings to "punch" the comforter while it dries.
Do not bleach or iron.
Thread counts that are 300 sateen and above are dry clean only.
At The Company Store, we sell bedding for a wide variety of bed sizes: twin (adult and children's), twin extra-long, full, queen, king and California king, as well as extra deep flat and fitted sheets, oversized comforters/comforter covers and supersized blankets and comforters/duvets. (See Our sizing chart below for mattress dimensions and product sizes.)
We can also custom design specialty bedding for your unique bed style, including a round bed! Simply call our custom shop at 1-800-510-6253, Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm Central Time, to speak with one of our bedding professionals. Our bedding will fit the following standard mattress sizes as indicated to the right.
If you have any other questions regarding sizing, feel free to contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-510-6253 Monday through Fridays, 8:00am - 9:00pm CT, Saturday through Sunday, 9:00am - 5:00pm CT for assistance.
The Company Store offers Supersized Blankets and Comforters Duvets and Oversized Comforters / Comforter Covers. See the sizing chart to the left for product dimensions.
Upon request, professional service technicians at our factory in La Crosse, WI will examine your comforter to determine the best restoration and/or cleaning method given the fabric and condition of the product. They can add or subtract down fill and repair or even remake a ticking.
It is important to note that while local dry cleaners can be excellent, our technicians are uniquily qualified to service these products. Call us at 1-800-323-8000 Monday through Fridays, 8:00am - 9:00pm CT or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the "Custom Shop" in the subject.