When it comes to shopping for a brand new mattress for your bedroom, you want to know a lot more that just the size of your current mattress. While shopping for a new mattress does not have to be difficult, it can be confusing, with well over a dozen different suppliers and even more types of mattresses. Two of the more common types of mattresses are innerspring mattresses and memory foam mattresses. These days many consumes prefer memory foam mattresses, since they are super soft and luxurious and your body truly does sink right into them.
When it comes to purchasing a memory foam mattress you not only want to be aware of how the memory foam is constructed, but also the different layers of the bed. For example, there are super slim memory foam mattresses that while they maybe affordable, do not provide the comfort that you are looking for. The other thing you want to look for, is whether or not your memory foam is gel infused. Gel infused memory foam is quite important, since the tiny gel pellets work well to dissipate heat and also allow heat to transfer throughout your mattress. If you are purchasing a innerspring mattress this is not applicable, however you still want to be concerned with the overall height and construction of the mattress.
Innerspring mattresses are made up of hundreds of coils, that either work in tandem or independently and flex slightly when your body's weight is applied to them. On top of the coils will either be some memory foam to offer additional comfort or a layer of some sort or foam or cotton. Some of the more luxurious innerspring mattresses will also come with 100% natural cotton quilted covers, that feel amazing to sleep on. Though not all mattresses are made the same, so you want to spend some time and make sure you are fully informed before you make your mattress purchase.