Buying a New Mattress
When you wake up suffering from aches and pains, and feeling as if you haven’t slept at all in spite of having a full eight
Support is a very personal consideration. Some sleepers prefer a softer mattress that eases pressure points. If you’re a side or front-sleeper, you may prefer a softer mattress. Those with back problems or who tend to sleep on their backs may prefer a firmer surface for more support. The helpful staff at Mattress Warehouse can help you determine which level of support is best for you.
Comfort is another subjective factor when buying a new mattress. What feels heavenly to one sleeper may not work for another. It’s advisable to try several mattresses to find the one that best suits your personal preference. When you come down to Mattress Warehouse, you can closely examine our selection and discover which type of mattress best suits your sleeping style. From deluxe pillow-tops to memory foam to basic mattresses, we have a mattress to fit everyone’s needs.
This is one area in which budget will be a factor. The more you can afford to spend on your mattress, the better chances will be that it will last you a longer time. A well-constructed mattress might cost a bit more, but it’s an investment in your health. A high-quality mattress can last from 5 to 10 years, so investing a little more may mean getting a more durable mattress that will stay comfortable much longer.
For couples, motion transfer may be an issue. Some mattresses, like memory foam, are able to minimize the movement, allowing one partner to rest when the other is restless. If motion is an issue, consider a foam mattress or one with very firm springs that doesn’t move as much. When buying a new mattress, the helpful staff at Mattress Warehouse will be able to help you choose the mattress that’s perfect for you and your partner.