Depending on the size of your home and the space within it, there are a few different places where mattresses can potentially be stored, including:
- The loft
- A spare room
- A shed
- A storage unit
However, not all storage spaces are fool-proof, and you should carefully consider where to best store your mattress to keep it fresh.
For example, housing your mattress in an outhouse or shed runs the risk of it getting damp or smelly after being exposed to the outdoor elements and cold. Likewise, storing your mattress in a spare room could prevent that room from being used for something more efficient. Not to mention how challenging it is to store a mattress in a loft space, with the task of carrying and fitting it up there a tough job itself.
There is of course the option to arrange for your mattress to be stored in a private storage unit, however, this proves costly over time, and it would probably be cheaper to get your mattress removed and recycled by a professional team.