How is Quality of a Mattress Defined?

Quality is a subjective concept, but it’s possible to talk about the variables that define what makes a quality mattress. The more you know about what makes a mattress durable and comfortable, the easier it will be to choose the right one for you.

What is Meant by an Economy Mattress

At the most affordable end of the scale, an economy mattress is one that might not offer the

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same longevity and durability as a higher-priced model, but that doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice comfort. An economy mattress probably has lighter-gauge springs, meaning it will wear out more quickly than a model with heavier steel. It may also feature lesser materials in the padding and fewer features. That doesn’t mean it should be poor quality. There are affordable options that offer a restful night’s sleep.

Should I Choose A Premium Mattress

At the next price tier, you may find that mattresses have thicker padding and heavier springs. If you can afford a higher-priced mattress, be sure that you’re paying for a higher quality sleeping surface, and not just the extra expenses of a mattress store’s overhead that goes to cover fancy showrooms and high-priced, high-pressure salespeople. Your hard-earned dollars should go toward a quality mattress, not just to line the pockets of a mattress store.

What about A Luxury Mattress

At the “luxury” level, you’ll find that it’s even more important to discern the differences in the features of the mattress you’re being offered. It’s important not to get so caught up in “bells and whistles” that you neglect to ask the most important question- is this the right mattress for me? A high-end memory foam mattress might be the right choice, or it might not, if you prefer the ability to roll over easily in bed and dislike the heat-retaining qualities of many memory foams. Come in to Mattress Warehouse and let our knowledgeable sales staff help you choose the high-quality mattress that’s right for you, no matter your budget.