If you are at a loss on how to identify the qualities and features that make a perfect mattress, you are not the only one. For a lot of people, buying a new mattress is in fact as demanding as buying a new car. You want to be sure that the mattress you pay good money for will be worth it in terms of sleeping comfort, long-term serviceability and added value.
The best approach in buying a new mattress is first knowing the differences between the types and understanding the pricing schemes that furniture manufacturers set for their product. This will give you some assurance that the purchase you make is something you won't regret later.
A satisfaction survey showed that people tend to be happy and satisfied with their purchase when they spent at least 30 minutes trying out the different mattresses in a shop. It is not enough that the features of the item attracted your attention. You should lie down on the mattress, rolling from side to side, to see how your body fits into it. Compare how it feels with the other items on display.
There is as yet no scientific study that can help determine what makes a good mattress. This is highly subjective since there are different shapes, sizes and weight of mattresses. One's notion of a good mattress may be different from that of others. Thus, there are people who can sleep comfortably on bare straw mats and hammocks while there are others who would toss in bed if their taste is not luxuriously designed.
What you can do is decide on a budget first and make comfort your key decision-maker. Find out if your retailer allows you to return the mattress if you don't feel comfortable on it. Prevention is definitely better than cure in this case. Most retailers allow returns only when the mattress has defects. Getting a replacement can be a long-drawn process because the manufacturer will usually be contacted to inspect your mattress. So remember to read the fine print in the warranty.
Innerspring mattresses are by far the most popular type of bed, with countless styles, features and options available. In surveys, about three out of five owners are satisfied with their innerspring mattresses. Another fast-selling item is the memory foam mattress made from visco elastic, polyurethane-based foam that forms itself to the shape of the body. Latex foam mattresses constructed from natural or synthetic rubber are nearly as well-liked by owners as the memory foam mattresses. Reviewers say latex foam is springier than memory foam and doesn't retain as much body.
If innerspring or foam mattresses don't appeal to you, perhaps air mattresses will. These mattresses use adjustable air cushions to provide tailored support. Some air mattresses allow each side to be adjusted independently to provide maximum comfort.
There are four main considerations in buying the perfect one. These are durability, warranty, space, comfort, support, texture and price. Some people are comfortable on soft mattresses while others prefer hard mattresses. Both types have specific functional and durable characteristics. Best quality mattresses are often expensive but in having them, you certainly get all your money's worth.
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