How Mattresses Are Made
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Mattress construction from the inside-out
If reading about mattress construction sounds like a real, ahem, snooze, know this: The way a mattress is made determines how it feels. And how a mattress feels may be the difference between a fitful night and peaceful slumber!
The Big Picture
Two basic types of mattress make up the vast majority of the market: They’re called innerspring and memory foam. Made of steel coils, innerspring is, by far, the most common type. Memory foam, on the other hand, is made from polyurethane or latex foam, and is very dense foam. Memory foam is usually more expensive than innerspring.
Inside an Innerspring Mattress
Coils determine how much support (suspension versus springiness) the mattress will give. Manufacturers may use different types of coil shapes and structures, as well as different amounts of spacing and patterns to affect comfort. The next layer, top padding, isusually made from polyurethane foam. The outer layer (or ticking) is the material bound to the top padding with stitching. The way that ticking and top padding are attached influences the mattress’s overall feel. Large, wide patterns will create a cushioned feel, which smaller patterns feel tighter and firmer. Generally, the more coils an innerspring mattress contains, the more comfortable it’s bound to be—but if the number of coils is over 390, then you’re not likely to notice the difference, so don’t bother paying extra.
Inside a Memory Foam Mattress
Especially attractive to people with chronic pain conditions, memory foam mattresses consist of, essentially, very dense foam. When you lie on a foam mattress, your body heat softens the material, allowing it to “mold” to your body. One big advantage: In bigger beds, a memory foam mattress won’t shift as much as an innerspring when one partner turns or moves. So if you’re often disturbed by your partner’s tossing and turning in the middle of the night, it might be time to invest in a memory foam mattress. But one con: Because these mattresses mold to your body, they can absorb a lot of heat and make you feel hotter while you sleep. Some people also complain that they have a chemical smell.
What’s in a Mattress Anyway? Peeling Back the Layers of Quality Sleep
Have you ever wondered what a mattress is made of? Or how memory foam is made? Or the difference between a quilted mattress vs. spring mattress? As your mom always said, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
When considering your mattress options, you may wonder what’s going on beneath the fabric that makes it feel like you’re sleeping on clouds. Below is a thorough overview of the various materials that go into making a mattress so the next time you walk into a mattress store you can tell the salesperson exactly what you’re looking for, down to the foam type! The following materials found in many different types of mattresses are some of the key ingredients to a good night’s sleep.
The Most Common Materials In All Mattresses
A soft, movement-absorbing material that helps with temperature regulation and pressure point relief. Some common types of foam include memory foam, gel memory foam, polyurethane foam, and viscoelastic foam (also known as "rebounded foam").
Used as a filling in pillowtop mattresses and mattress covers.
Can be found in some mattresses for extra padding and temperature regulation.
A breathable material used both inside and outside of the mattress.
Used in mattresses to bond layers, materials and seams together for the perfect fit. Quilting is often used in combination with adhesives to further strengthen the bond between layers.
Found in all mattresses sold in the United States due to flammability laws for fire resistance.
Either formed as open coils or individually wrapped coils (also called pocketed coils), these are a key structural component that establish firm support at the base of the mattress.
Now that you know the most common mattress materials, let’s get more specific about what goes into the three most popular mattress types: innerspring, memory foam, and hybrid mattresses.
What is a Memory Foam Mattress made of?
These mattresses are known for lush layers of memory foam and polyurethane material which conform to your body. A newer addition to the memory foam family is gel memory foam which acts as a phase changing material (PCM).
On a spectrum from hard to soft, specialty foam layers work together to relieve pressure points from your joints and balance your body temperature. These layers conform to your body shape and absorb movement so you sleep undisturbed.
Memory Foam Mattress Cover Materials
Covers used on memory foam mattresses are typically stretch knit covers that allow you to settle comfortably into the foam. With the cover working its magic on top, higher density foams are used as the core layer of the bed to provide support. These beds do not have coils in them! This benefit is great for those who prefer to settle into the mattress with less of a bounce factor because the firmer core layer of foam helps provide a balanced support system.
What is this high-density foam core made of exactly? They are usually made of polyurethane, but can sometimes be made of more natural materials like soy-based foams or latex.
Since they don’t have coils, memory foam mattresses don’t need a foam encasement for edge support to hold the bed together. Some foam mattresses have firmer foam near the edge of the bed, but this is not necessary for support since the high-density foam offers even support throughout.
What is an Innerspring Mattress made of?
Innerspring mattresses come in two different systems: open coil or individually pocketed springs. The outer quilting is typically made of traditional cotton fabric blends that give each mattress a unique look, fitted with steel coil springs for a firm base support.
It’s important to remember that the number of coils doesn’t always amount to the same level of comfort from one mattress to the next, but plays a role in reducing motion transfer and offering support.
Each manufacturer uses different designs and support techniques to achieve this result, often including layers of polyurethane foam and filling inside the mattress. However, more luxurious innerspring mattresses will use other kinds of foam, including memory foam, gel memory foam and latex materials.
Innerspring Mattress Cover Materials
Cover materials can range from polyester to cotton or stretch knit, each one specifically designed to be soft and breathable. Fun fact: the tighter the cover, the firmer the bed will feel.
When you wake up and get ready for the day, edge support materials are important — especially if you prefer to put your shoes on while sitting at the edge of the bed! These materials range from thick metal rods to foam inserts and encasements. The more edge support you have, the more sleep (and sitting!) surface available.
What is a Hybrid Mattress made of?
Hybrid beds are among the latest and greatest options on the market for better sleep thanks to the many unique benefits hybrid mattresses offer. Specifically, they combine a 50/50 ratio of individually wrapped coils with memory foam to offer the best of both.
The coils offer support, while memory foam and gel memory foam layers conform to posture and regulate body temperature. Cotton fabric blends are added to protect the bed. You get the best of both mattress types above in the hybrid, plus personalized materials that are going to work together to help you get a good night’s sleep.
Hybrid Mattress Cover Materials
Hybrids tend to have a more elastic mattress cover so as not to interfere with the conforming benefits of the memory foam layers. Further enhancements to hybrid collections showcase foam encasements, made from high-density foam, which supports the edges of the mattress.
Knowing the basic building blocks of your mattress can help you ensure that your next bed has all your favorite ingredients for good night’s sleep.
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What’s The Best Innerspring Bed For 2020?
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Although an innerspring is one of the oldest bed types, they’re still trendy, and it doesn’t mean they are less durable or too firm like some people think. Typically, they feature a steel coil core (support system) with a padded layer, or a foam on top if it’s a hybrid.
This provides you with a comfortable, flexible, and supportive surface that’ll keep you cooler than most other bed types (most notably, memory foam). A modern innerspring base also allows for natural body movement and limits motion disturbance, which is excellent for people sleeping with a partner.
Note: There are manytypes of innerspring mattresses– the quantity, design, and thickness (or gauge) of coils varies greatly. Plus, some are “hybrid” beds, which can be either topped with memory foam, latex, or even gel, and the depth and density of the layers can also differ.
All of this variety can make choosing the right model difficult. But don’t let that put you off! We’ve reviewed many of the highest rated innerspring brands in this article.
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Top Rated Innerspring Mattress Reviews
Saatva – Affordable Luxury
You don’t have to skimp on luxury to save some cash. Saatva cuts out the costs of retail stores stock rooms and middlemen to make their products more affordable. Plus, perks like free white glove delivery can save you even more while feeling like true luxury.
What makes it unique?This brand has not one layer of coils, but two in a coil-on-coil pattern. Connected coils line the base and give a deep bounce while individually pocketed coils on top help minimize motion transfer and add contouring.
Saatva has a few more features that make it a popular pick, like support enhancements to the lumbar region to promote healthy spine alignment and a Euro pillow top for pressure relief.
The bed can be purchased at two different heights – the Custom Slim at 11.5 inches and the Premier Luxury at 14.5”. This option can help you get the aesthetic you are looking for and the Custom Slim works with adjustable bases. In addition, choose from their popular Luxury Firm, Plush Soft, and Firm comfort levels for further customization.
WinkBed – Premium Feel
After laying on WinkBed for the first time, your eyes will probably be closed much longer than a wink. Its coil-on-coil design feels high-quality, and its quick-responding foams on top feel incredible for pressure relief.
Both coil layers are pocketed, so each spring compresses independently and serves to help isolate motion to minimize transfer throughout the bed that would risk waking a partner.
What makes it special?Unlike lesser designs that can break down over time, the WinkBed holds up extremely well and the brand prides itself on using durable materials and construction, making it our pick for Fantastic Durability. There is a very low risk of support dwindling and materials sagging over time, which is backed up by a test conducted by a third-party that simulated extended use.
The coil-on-coil design has a lot to do with its durability, as does a reinforced dense foam perimeter. Handcrafted in the States with high-end materials, sleepers should feel supported for the long-haul.
Brooklyn Aurora – Exceptional Cooling
With so many mattress choices available, sometimes it’s hard to know where to look for a great value.
Enter DreamCloud, a hybrid bed so full of high-quality materials and luxury features that we’re impressed they can offer it at such a good price.
Do you find yourself waking up in a sweat? You need a mattress that will keep you icy cool all night long. Brooklyn Aurora is up there for one of the coolest hybrids we have tried out, so it might be a winner for you.
What is its best feature?Brooklyn Bedding, the maker of Aurora, knows how important cooling is to a good night’s rest and has taken measures to add temperature regulating technology to their product.
It starts with the phase-change cover that whisks away heat and moisture. Each layer of foam is infused with different cooling technologies, such as copper and gel. Hybrids are already on the cooler end because coils encourage airflow.
The spring system has reinforced Quantum Edges, so you should not feel like you are falling out of bed, and the bounciness is awesome for repositioning during sleep. Plus, Brooklyn Bedding constructs their mattresses in their own factory for extra savings.
Saatva HD – Heavy People
No mattress is one-size-fits-all, and heavier folks require something extra supportive and durable. And nothing is better than a mattress specifically made with bigger body types in mind.
This hybrid is made with foam, latex, and coils, and all three of these materials make up a long-lasting bed. The Talalay latex has a 5-zone design that targets pressure points and supports the heavier parts.
What is so special?“Luxury comfort for the bigger body” is the motto behind Saatva’s HD model, meaning that every detail is sturdy. The company claims that their steel coils are 25 percent stronger than the industry standard, so holes and sagging should not be a problem after years of use.
There is a Spinal Zone for extra support in the middle third of the bed, where the core, often the heaviest part of the body, lays. However, if you share the bed with a lighter weight partner, they might find the bed to be more on the firm side.
Birch – Pressure Relief
Noticing some aches and pains lately after waking up each morning? Hips, shoulders, and knees tend to feel a lot of pressure from our sleeping positions, and your mattress might not be helping. Generally, materials that contour to your curves help relieve some of that pressure, and latex is great for just that, which is why Birch is our Pressure Relief pick.
What is the best feature?Birch by Helix is all-natural and all-pressure-relieving, using eco-friendly materials to achieve this level of comfort. Latex contours to the body, conforming to and supporting the spots that need it while keeping the spine well-aligned.
The stretchy organic cotton cover and wool layer help whisk moisture and heat away from the body, and the latex and coils promote optimal airflow, so overheating should not be an issue. It is more on the medium-firm side, so back and stomach sleepers will probably appreciate how this feels.
Casper Wave Hybrid – Spine Alignment
Old mattresses can sag and form dips over time, and if you suffer from any kind of back pain, this can spell disaster.
A key to solving this problem could be a new mattress specifically designed for spine alignment. Casper’s Wave Hybrid is a bit firmer than the original Wave Mattress with the same quick response foam that many know and love. The hybrid adds springs into the mix, making it bouncier and adding some extra support.
What stands out?The foams in Wave gently contour to your body to fill the gaps where needed. The springs are the main support in this bed, and they add some lift and ease of mobility, so mornings should be easier.
Casper calls the Wave Hybrid their “most advanced bed” and it’s not hard to see why with all the specialized features, the result of years of research. There is also a lower memory foam layer in Wave for deeper contouring, which is great for pressure relief.
Helix – Customizable
Can you imagine taking a quiz to find your perfect mattress? With Helix, it is that simple. After answering a few simple questions like body type and preferred sleeping position, Helix will help you to pick out one of their 16 customized mattresses.
What makes it special?These hybrids are specifically designed to address your sleeping needs. No more guessing which bed will work for you.
If you sleep with a partner, the quiz can take into account the needs of you both to help determine what features would suit you both for a good night’s rest. For plus-size sleepers, the Plus model is built with reinforced coils to offer more enhanced support.
Of course, each bed has a unique construction, but yours will have some combination of the company’s memory foam, comfort foam, and micro-coils. With all these layers, you should find the right blend of comfort and support depending on your needs.
Avocado – Organic Materials
Passionate about making green mattresses that create a healthy sleeping environment for the entire family, Avocado is an eco-friendly solution with latex and innersprings that stands out in the bed-in-a-box marketplace. Unlike many of the brands out there, they refuse to use petroleum-based poly foams and opt instead for materials like upcycled coils, natural latex, wool, and cozy organic cotton.
What makes it unique?Quite simply, its eco-friendly hybrid design. Avocado uses natural Dunlop latex from a sustainable source and springs to provide great rest and peace of mind from the lack of harmful chemicals.
Avocado has almost too many certifications to list. Their product has achieved GREENGUARD Gold Certification, a distinction that speaks to low emissions, as well as natural latex and Global Organic Textile Standard certifications (the latter for the cotton cover). The company is so committed to its mission that it gives back 1% of revenue to protect the planet.
Alexander Nest Signature – Balanced Feel
Created by Nest Bedding, Alexander Signature Hybrid is a design that benefits sleepers looking for overall comfort and support.
Its layers are optimized for cooling, from the airflow through the coils to conductive copper and EverCool foams, as well as a phase change fabric. It has a good level of bounce that makes it easy to move around on, which is convenient when changing positions during the middle of the night.
What’s its best feature?Unlike some other hybrids that may feel more like an innerspring or foam bed and not a combination of the two, Alexander Signature Hybrid has a balanced feel of both. Comfort and support can be enjoyed in equal measure.
The brand provides three firmness options during checkout, so whether you are a strict side sleeper who needs the pressure relief of their Plush model, a stomach sleeper who would love the extra firm support of their Luxury Firm, or a back/combination sleeper who would likely find the Medium most comfortable, Nest Bedding has made it easier to find a personalized comfort option.
What is a Coil (Innerspring) Mattress?
Beds of this type are viewed as having a more traditional, bouncy feel and are primarily classified as including innersprings inside. It very well may be the type of product you slept on each night growing up.
These can come in different gauges and be connected, pocketed, or a different design. As there are many different styles, we will provide a breakdown of what is on the market to help you see which fits your lifestyle best.
How To Choose A Great Spring Mattress
Innerspring beds come in a variety of models. Below we will have a look at the main coil designs and their pros and considerations, as well as why coil count and coil gauge are important factors.
Different Traditional Coil Types Comparison
There are different types of coil patterns and designs. The most commonly available contain four main types of coil types, which are usually advertised as follows:
Pocket Spring (Wrapped Coils)
Often considered the best type by customers, this design is also referred to as pocket, encased, wrapped, or Marshall coil. This kind of bed consists of hundreds or even thousands of individual coil springs, each sitting in its own fabric pocket. As they are not attached to each other, the springs can move independently of each other.
This type of spring systemconforms to your body, distributing your weight evenly and preventing pressure points that can cause back and shoulder pain. For this reason, pocket spring mattresses are known for providingsupreme support. The individual springs also helpprevent motion disturbance, as, if you move, your partner does should not feel it on their side.
Due to these highly desirable features, pocket spring beds are usually themost expensiveof all four types but there are some really affordable brands out there.
Open coils, also commonly called “the Bonnell,” is the oldest and most common type of spring system, and is often found in cheaper innerspring mattresses. The open coil design consists of multiple springs, which are interconnected within a wire frame. A standard double open coil mattress usually contains about 300 springs.
This design usually provides a very firm support. They are used in some orthopedic mattresses for this reason. They are also typically lighter than pocket spring mattresses, making them easier to turn.
Unlike the pocket spring, however, some can “dip” in the middle over time. Couples may notice movement from their partner, and roll-together can be an issue, too.
Mid- to higher-priced
Offset coils are similar in structure to open coils, except each spring is hinged together by a helical wire on top. Like pocket coils, this design provides body contouring and better motion isolation.
However, they can be made firmer than a pocket coil, as the hinging effect allows more load-bearing on the springs. This type of bed can be an excellent choice if you want a softer surface with a firm, supportive core.
Back Supporter ™
The Spring Air Back Supporter mattress series offers a combination of exceptional back support and pressure-relieving comfort. With a superior center-support design that begins with a patent pending carbon neutral eco-friendly base, back supporter beds each feature varying levels of foam and natural-latex designed to relieve pressure in the shoulder and hip area. The perfect back supporter mattress is waiting to offer you long-lasting support.
Back Supporter ™ Elite
Superior materials, upholsteries, foams and finishes make Back Supporter Elite a premiere sleep system from Spring Air. Building on the Back Supporter legacy with enhanced quality and detailing, the Elite Collection is setting the standard for the ultimate sleep experience.
Four Seasons ™
The Four Seasons Mattress featuring an all-new easy “zip-and-flip” cover provides year-round temperature regulation and comfort management. Taking the traditional Four Seasons design and bringing it to the new age, our “zip-and-flip” cover design enables an easy change from cold to warm, making it the “just right” mattress for every season. For the fall and winter, warm side wool fibers help retain heat and keep your body warmer. For the Spring and Summer, the cold side utilizes a specialized cooling technology helping to transfer heat away from the body. Finally, a bed that can truly adapt to your body temperature.
Chattam & Wells ™
With long-lasting interior and exterior design including highest-quality foams and fabrics, Chattam & Wells will have you lying in the lap of supportive, comfortable luxury.
The Chattam & Wells line was originally created in 1996 under the umbrella of Spring Air, and today continues to elevate Spring Air with its defining luxury and innovation.
Spring Air Bed Review
Incredible comfort offers you just right feeling.
Rising to be listed as the top 10 manufacturers of the mattress in the world, Spring Air has set a benchmark for the high-quality mattress since its foundation in 1926, which aims to provide owners with premium sleep experiences thanks to its great-value products.
The price of Spring Air mattresses is comparatively lower than that of the average mattresses. Meanwhile, it is priced less expensive than the innerspring-based mattresses overall. With its superior support, enhanced durability and excellent support, Spring Air will be one of the best choices for people who want to have a high-quality sleep experience. So let’s take a look at the detailed evaluation and know better about Spring Air mattress.
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The table below lists the specifications of Spring Air mattress, covering size, price, type, thickness, and firmness.
|Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King||$400 – 2,200||Innerspring, Hybrid||9-17”||Soft to firm|
You don’t want to exchange your mattress frequently, so how long can Spring Air mattress last? In general, there will be the problem of sagging of the innerspring mattresses. Similarly, the sagging problem occurs after three years’ use of Spring Air mattress, resulting in a loss of comfort.
Firmness & Conforming Ability
Spring Air rated its firmness as soft to firm. Consumers just need to choose the firmness they like since different models have different firmness levels. Spring Air varies when it comes to the conforming ability due to its model variety. And the mattress with memory foam or latex performs best in this aspect.
Motion Isolation & Edge Support
Models with pocket coils tend to effectively prevent the movement caused by one person from disturbing another. Like most mattresses, Spring Air will also wear or age if people always sit or sleep on the edge of the bed.
Initial Odor & Noise
A bothersome initial odor occurs at the beginning use of Spring Air mattress. Most owners complain about the squeaking and creaking noise made by the mattress. However, some models with pocket coils tend to be quiet.
Sleeping Hot & Topper Usage
Spring Air mattress, especially some models with memory foam, are likely to become a heat trap when you sleep on it during the night. People can decide whether to add a topper to the mattress or not all depending on their self-requirements.
Maintain & Move
It is necessary for people to rotate the mattress 2-3 times occasionally to minimize its wear and increase the development of body impressions. Some models weigh 60 to 120 pounds, a little heavier than the average mattress, and Spring Air will be a bit difficult for customers to handle and move.
Person Size & Sleep Position
|Sleep Position||Ave-sized People (130-230 lbs)||Large-sized People (230+ lbs)|
|Back Sleep Friendly||Very Good||Very Good||Very Good|
|Side Sleep Friendly||Very Good||Very Good||Very Good|
|Stomach Sleep Friendly||Very Good||Very Good||Very Good|
Seen from the table above, Spring Air mattress seems suitable to almost all sleepers who weigh differently and like to sleep in various positions in that it has developed a wealth of models constructed with diverse materials and in distinct firmness levels.
Maintenance & Warranty
Like most mattresses, Spring Air also needs to be maintained by rotating 2-3 times regularly to avoid the sagging problem. As for its warranty, Spring Air mattresses provide a 10-year non-prorated warranty, which means you can turn to the company for help in case any defect occurs.