Mattress Buying Tips & Advice
A new mattress is a big investment, so it’s important to know the differences between beds before making a purchasing decision. In addition to the different sizes — twin, full, queen, king and California King, mattresses also come in a variety of heights (important consideration if you’re using an existing bed frame), construction methods and firmness. Once you’ve determined the size of bed you need, you can start thinking about mattress comfort level, materials and construction.
Organic & Natural Mattresses
Many of the beds that Colorado Mattress Company carries are certified organic. If you’re interested in organic construction materials, look at the Dunlopillo line of mattresses from Sherwood Bedding Group.
The best way to find your new bed is test a variety of different mattresses, construction methods and support systems. Inner spring, memory foam, latex, pillow top…what style is going to give you and your partner the best, most restful sleep? You’ll never know until you kick off your shoes and climb into bed (lots of them), and talk to a professional. Rob Rollins will meet with you to discuss you and your partners’ needs, and then give you several mattress options to choose from. With over 20 years of experience, thousands of satisfied customers and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can be confident that he’ll help you find the perfect bed. And with fast, free delivery in the Vail Valley, you could be enjoying your new bed sooner than you thought.
Mattress Support and Comfort
There are no standards throughout the mattress industry. So a firm bed from one manufacturer could feel like a plush from another. Because of this, it’s very important to test several beds before you make a purchasing decision.