Friday, February 26, 2016

Tips on Choosing a Mattress

How do you know when you need a new mattress? Are you tired and achy when you wake up? Does your mattress look lumpy and saggy? Do you find that you sleep better at hotels? It might be time to think about getting a new mattress. You should replace your mattress about every ten years. It’s a big decision that can affect every aspect of your life.

Take Your Mattress for a Test Drive

If possible, when you are shopping for a mattress, test it out. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes you can kick off. Spend five to ten minutes on each side and your back or stomach if that’s your preferred sleeping position.


Get the Support You Need

Comfortable and luxurious, the iComfort Blue 300 Firm King Firm Gel Memory Foam Mattress and 9" iComfort Foundation cools and supports every curve of your body, allowing you to sleep comfortably through the night. These all foam, Gel Memory Foam mattresses are made with TempActiv™ Gel Memory Foam to absorb and dissipate heat away from your body and EverCool® Fuze Gel Memory Foam to conform and support your body allowing you an undisturbed rest.

If too much pressure builds up while you sleep, your sleep could be disrupted by tossing and turning. Be sure to choose a mattress that reduces body pressure while you sleep, this will help you get a deeper and more restful sleep with little to no tossing and turning. The mattress should provide enough support so that your muscles can relax and be rejuvenated, allowing you to wake up feeling refreshed.

Stay Cool and Comfortable

Another source of uncomfortable and restless sleep is heat build-up during the night. If you tend to feel warm at night, choose a mattress that combines an open cell structure with micro gel technology that increases airflow and helps dissipate heat. This helps to keep you cool while sleeping. You’ll also want to choose a mattress that will maintain its pressure-relieving comfort for as long as you have it.

Understand the Warranty

The length of the warranty may range from ten to 25 years and generally covers only manufacturing defects such as loose, sagging or broken coil wires. Be aware that the coverage is usually prorated and will decrease over time.

On Delivery Day

Inspect your new mattress carefully for stains and other damage upon delivery. Ensure that the mattress has a label on it that reads “all-new material”. If it’s not there, refuse delivery. And keep the label on in the event that you have to file a warranty claim future.

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