The ultimate guide to buy mattresses

Most Indian’s have experienced sleeping on a mattress at some point in their lives. There’s a good chance you will fall asleep on a mattress every night. They’re a classic choice in the bedroom. Many prefer the support and feel of mattresses with metal to memory foam. These are the things you should know if your goal is to buy a new mattress made from spring. Check out our quick guide below.

What are metal coils?

The coils or mattress springs are made of metal coils and are used primarily in the support layer. However, you may find smaller coils in your comfort layer to give extra support. Metal coils have been used in the construction of mattresses for more than one hundred years and there has been a great deal of innovation in that time. Today, there are many spring coil options for mattresses.

Bonnell Springs

Bonnell springs, or open coils, were among the earliest types used in mattresses. What is an “open coil” mattress? Open spring mattresses are made out of metal wires which curl from top-to-bottom. Each coil moves in unison because they are connected one to another. These springs are durable and can transmit more motion than other types of springs. This is why they are often not recommended for couples who experience partner disturbances. Mattresses made from Bonnell springs are usually relatively inexpensive compared to other types of mattresses.

Continuous Springs

As you might guess from the name, continuous Springs are made from one, continuous wire. This spring type is common in mattresses made by Indian brands Flo. The continuous springs are similar to Bonnell springs in that they can transfer motion. However, some mattress materials can reduce this movement. One great benefit of this type of mattress is that they often provide excellent support, they are also highly durable because weight is dispersed across the entire spring system rather than being concentrated on smaller areas (such as around the shoulders or hips). Know More about Mattress

Offset Springs

Bonnell coils have offset coils. However, the wires at the top are bent to create a hinging effect. The coil engages more when there is more weight. This provides better support for different areas of the body and allows the load to be evenly distributed across the mattress.

Pocket Springs

Pocket springs are considered to be the most luxurious spring system. Pocket springs are composed of individually pocketed springs that respond to pressure or weight independently. This allows for maximum motion transfer, partner disturbance, and responsiveness. Pocket spring mattresses are designed to contour the body to respond immediately to pressure and movement.

Spring Designs – Zoning

There may be a ‘zoned supporting’ option for any of the spring designs listed above. This refers to springs that have different sizes and gauges. Zones in the mattress are most effective for areas such as the hips, shoulders, and head. While you’re sleeping on the mattress, zones help to align your spine.


What are you supposed to do?

There are several things to consider when buying a spring mattress.

Comfort layer

After choosing the spring design that best suits your needs, then you can select the level you desire. The comfort layer of your mattress is just as important as the support layer and spring system. Many modern spring mattresses now combine memory foam materials and cooling gels inside their comfort layer for a better night’s sleep.

Are you looking for more?

You have made your decision regarding the mattress that is right for you. If you are unsure, inquire about whether the adjustable base can be used with the spring mattress. This will provide the ultimate in customizing the mattress to your favorite sleep positions, provide additional health benefits and allow you further lifestyle benefits if your bedroom truly is your sanctuary from the real world!

What is a mattress protector?

Mattress protectors can be used to add an extra layer of protection underneath your fitted sheets. They are often overlooked, but they are vital. What is the reason? Because they can protect your health and prolong your mattress’s life. The mattress is where you spend the majority of your time. A mattress protector can act as a shield against dust mites and moisture and even help you feel ensuring your sleeping space is always kept fresh and hygienic. But if you’ve never purchased one before, where should you start? Here are some tips to help you make an informed decision.

Fabric type and thickness

It is crucial to consider the type and thickness of your material when choosing a mattress protector. Pay attention to the thickness of your mattress protectors and their ‘pore’ sizes when looking for one. You should avoid anything that has dust or allergen filters greater than 8 microns.

How do I wash a mattress protector?

Before you buy a mattress protector, make sure to check the instructions on how to clean it. Is your mattress protector going to be machine washable or will you need to take it to the dry-cleaners? How often will it need to be cleaned? Look for easy-care fabrics as this will save you a lot of time and money in the long run.

How are they attached to your bed frame?

There are a few common types of mattress protector designs that you are likely to come across. You will choose the one that suits you best based on your personal preferences and how you sleep.

Elastic straps

Some mattress protectors include a simple elastic band that holds them in place while they are pressed against your mattress.

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