There are so many different types of mattresses on the market today. From memory foam to coils to hybrid mattresses it’s tough to know which one is right for you. Plus with several different mattress coil systems out there you’re justified in feeling confused.
At Beds For Less, we strive to answer all your questions. We’ll never recommend a bed to you because it’s more expensive so we’ll make more money. The most expensive mattress we have in our store may or may not be better for you.
The correct type of mattress for you really depends on several factors, the most import one being how good you feel when you’ve spent at least 10 minutes trying it out in our Manhattan, KS showroom.
Memory Foam mattresses are some of the highest rated mattresses for both comfort and support. They actually use your body heat to conform to your shape and cushion you while you sleep. They don’t move or bounce like innerspring mattresses. That means you’re less likely to wake your partner when you move or get up in the middle of the night. Memory foam mattresses are medium firm to firm mattresses so they provide great support as well as comfort. Tempur-Pedic’s Tempur-Flex mattresses are some of the most comfortable memory foam type beds you can buy and at Beds For Less, in Manhattan, KS we have them available in 6 different sizes.
Tempurpedic mattresses are composed of gel foam. Some people found traditional memory foam too hot so gel foam mattresses were invented. Gel foam is actually a special kind of memory foam injected with gel microbeads to improve airflow. This means the mattress actually provides a cooler sleep. Some types of gel foam mattresses actually help regulate temperature because the type of gel used can store and release heat. For example, Sealy Posturpedic’s Optimum mattresses are gel memory foam mattresses that provide comfort, support, and great cooling so you can get a great night’s sleep.
Innerspring or coil mattresses aren’t all the same because there are a few different types of mattress coil systems. An isolated coil or pocket coil mattress puts low pressure on hips and shoulders and is good for people who sleep on their side because the coils are individually wrapped so they move independently of each other. A linked coil or continuous coil mattress provides better back support for lower back problems. Continuous coil mattresses are very affordable as well. Offset coil mattresses are made up of individual coils that are tied together. Designed by orthopedic surgeons, they provide the best back support possible. At Beds For Less, we’ll help you understand the benefits of each so you can decide if any of them would work for you.
Hybrid mattresses provide you with the best of foam and innerspring mattresses. Hybrid mattresses typically have layers of latex foam, memory foam, or gel foam on top and coil based foundation layers. The idea is that hybrid mattresses combine the bounce and support of an innerspring mattress with the pressure relief and comfort of a foam mattress. The best hybrids eliminate the cons of both types and enhance their benefits.
Try them out
When you’re trying to decide between a bouncy innerspring bed, a body cushioning memory foam bed, or one that combines the best of both, the best thing to do is to try them all out and consult with our friendly staff at Beds For Less in Manhattan, KS. Come into Beds For Less today.