Moreen Picot Mattress November 29, 2017
How Do I Select a Mattress? Before shopping for a mattress you need to arm yourself with pertinent information. First determine what type of bed is best for you. Do you like soft or hard beds? Would you prefer a standard mattress or a foam mattress? If you are not sure go try out a few different mattress types. Second consider your budget. This is not a purchase you want to scrimp on as a poor nights sleep can affect your whole day. Try to get as much value as you can for your budget. Finally size is a very important factor especially if there is more than one person sleeping in the bed. Ideally you should both be able to lie on the bed with your arms behind your heads and not touch. A bed needs to be 10-15 cm longer than the tallest person sleeping in that bed. Also pay attention to the height. Lower beds can be easy to get into but harder to get out of. High beds can be hard to get into especially for shorter people but very easy to hop out of in the morning.
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Bedsteads. Bedsteads are what most of us consider a typical bed frame. The mattress support is usually made of wood slats that can be very flexible or tough and rigid. Wire mesh is another material used to make the support. The more rigid and cheap slats are further apart but the gap should not exceed 10cm. In addition the wider the space between the slats the more likely your mattress will be to wear out.
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Not Taking Care of The Mattress - While it is true that the salesperson encouraging you to add a mattress protector to your purchase is indeed an "upsell" these protectors are essential gear for your mattress. Not only will they keep your mattress isolated from unwanted spills or body fluids (most people sweat while they sleep) it will avoid staining and thereby keep the mattress warranty valid should you ever need to make a claim. Just make sure your mattress protector will have a similar property as your mattress such as good air circulation. Taking care of your mattress is as important as maintaining your vehicle - not only good for the warranty but for the general performance as well. Keep that in mind.
Moreen Picot Mattress November 23, 2017
Making Assumptions About Price and Comfort - Although the more you pay for a mattress the higher the likelihood that you are getting better quality materials it does not necessarily mean it will be a more-comfortable mattress for you. Some of the most expensive mattresses come with the highest dissatisfaction ratings among owners - memory foam and innerspring products alike. In many cases price works along the same lines as expectations. That is to say many consumers feel that if they pay more money for a mattress they should get more comfort from a mattress. But spending a lot has nothing to do with whether that product is right for you. Dont mistake price for comfort and take the time to get to know what the mattress is all about before you spend your money.
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The Warranty. The best way to protect your mattress purchase is to make sure it comes with a warranty. A typical warranty will last between 10 and 20 years. They basically cover any flaws in the mattress. If the construction is faulty or the materials are abnormally inadequate then you should be covered. Adjustable beds water beds and airbeds will also have warranties on the various parts such as the motor or the controls. Keep in mind the warranty will not cover the bed for normal deterioration.
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Making Impulsive Decisions - It is easy to fall in love with a mattress based on price or how it feels in the showroom. Unless your mattress has burnt down and you have nowhere to sleep that night (or if a sale ends that specific day) there is no need to make a rushed decision about a mattress. Taking notes about what you liked about the mattress in question and going home to "sleep on it" before making the purchase is a good thing. You may realize the next morning that there are other deals or options you have not considered yet or that the mattress in question might not accommodate your sleep style the way your existing mattress does. Try to never buy a new mattress on the same day that you start your search.
Moreen Picot Mattress November 16, 2017
Not Knowing Your Sleep Type - We all sleep differently and the odds are good that you sleep differently from your partner as well. This means you must speak your piece and not settle with the all-too-common "Im happy with whatever you like honey" response. By letting your salesperson know what your individual sleep style is he can better recommend a product that will keep both you and your partner happy. The most important part is that weight difference usually requires different mattress firmness to feel comfortable. The Dorsal mattress and Dynamic Slats systems recognize just how individualized your sleep style can be and they can help provide different mattress core within a mattress for people who share their mattress with a partner.