Mari Holzer. Mattress. July 22nd , 2017.
Also, don't be pushed into buying a more expensive version if you prefer one costing less. Beware of sales pitches that tout the benefits of pillow tops. These are something that many like as they make the mattress somewhat softer, but they also make it more expensive. Additionally, pillow tops are almost guaranteed to be the first thing to wear out on a mattress. A worn out, sagging pillow top can't be replaced; the whole mattress will have to be replaced even though the springs or base foam are perfect.
Spring mattresses are composed of individual steel coil springs that support the body. This bed is a cheap alternative to other types thanks to the basic technology that was applied in producing a practical resting tool like this. Unlike foam mattresses, spring has a good ventilation, hence you need not worry about getting too warm and sweating profusely while you sleep.
The bottom layer is what provides the support. Currently, a Stearns and Foster mattress offers two types of support; innerspring and latex. Whichever you choose, you will be getting the best. The innerspring version contains its 504 Progressive Support Coils that are double offset with 12 3/4 gauge high-carbon steel. They are also twice tempered which helps them retain their shape better and for longer. Latex is becoming popular once again; it's hypoallergenic and conforms to the sleeper's body shape.
Queen size mattresses, celebrating their 50th year since they were introduced by the Simmons Company in 1958, measure 60" x 80." Being both wider and longer than a double bed, queen mattresses are more accommodating to the common marital couple. If your sleeping partner likes to roll outside his/her 30" of respected space, then you may, perhaps, want to upgrade to the king. A lesser-known variety of queen is the California queen, being primarily used for wood framed beds that were formerly used for waterbeds (remember those?). Since waterbeds are gracefully fading into mattress history, so is the necessity for the California queen.
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