Traditional spring mattresses are constructed from a series of connected springs with a border rod of wire for additional support. These springs cover the entire sleeping area and lie beneath layers of fabric and a foam mattress topper, meaning you’ll have a comfortable night’s sleep without damaging your muscles or putting pressure on your joints.
A traditional spring mattress provides terrific value for money as well as comfort. This makes them the perfect option for any bedroom.
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(1) What are the benefits of an open spring mattress?
The main benefit of open spring mattresses is the support that they offer. This is especially useful if you’re prone to back problems or have vulnerable pressure points. Because of their sturdy structure, a spring mattress can avoid gradual misalignment of your spine. Not only this, but an open spring mattress can be tailored to your needs and comes in a variety of comfort grades depending on your preferences. Most traditional spring mattresses contain metal coils that run through the width of the mattress to provide support, whereas some brands run the coils from head to foot to prevent “roll together”.
(2) Choosing your spring mattress comfort grade
All traditional spring mattresses will help your joints and offer a cosy night’s sleep. However, which comfort grade you opt for should mainly depend on your sleeping position:
The medium comfort grade offers both soft cushioning and support to ensure protected pressure points. This type of mattress is best for those who sleep on their front and their back, as it allows your spine to keep its natural curve.
The firm and very firm mattress grades are recommended for back sleepers, as those who sleep on their back need the most support for their spine. Despite being labelled ‘firm’, this type of mattress still offers soft cushioning and a comfortable night’s sleep.
(3) What size spring mattresses are available?
Our spring mattresses are available in every size, from cot or toddler size to a super king size. Our standard single spring mattress is 3’0 wide, and a standard double spring mattress is 4’6 wide. All of these mattresses are 190cm in length, except the king and super king mattresses which are 200cm long. All mattresses are made by quality manufacturers using the best materials and fabrics, so you know you’re getting an excellent product.
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FAQs - Traditional Spring Mattresses
(1) What is a traditional mattress?
People often consider innersprings to be “traditional” mattresses, consisting mostly of bouncy coils and very little cuddle. … Some innerspring mattresses also offer the option of a pillow top (an extra layer of padding on top of the cover) or a Euro top (a denser filling, under the cover).
(2) Which type of spring mattress is best?
Innerspring mattresses are still by far the most widely used. They support you with coil springs, and in most built today, each coil is individually enclosed. This helps the bed weather years of use and prevents the coils from popping out of the mattress.
(3) Is spring mattress good for back?
Spring mattresses are cheaper than memory foam, less durable, transfer motion to another person on the bed, and for 2 out of the 2 different types of coil mattresses, aren’t recommended for people suffering from back pain. … The two benefits of coil mattresses are that they’re less expensive and they don’t sleep hot.
(4) Which is better coil or spring mattress?
Spring mattresses provide a cooler sleep than traditional foam mattresses, as the coils allow for airflow between them. Coils offer a bouncy feel, for those who prefer that over the “sinking” feeling of memory foam.
(5) How long do spring mattresses last?
The ASA says the type of mattress matters when it comes to how long a bed will last. Mattresses made with latex, as well as those made with polyfoam or memory foam, are more likely to last for 10 years. Innerspring beds tend to break down before the 10-year mark because the springs may lose their elasticity sooner.
(6) Is memory foam better than spring mattress?
Memory foam mattresses are more durable than spring mattresses. Body oils and dirt do not build up within a foam mattress as quickly as they do in a spring mattress. Therefore, they do not attract dust mites and break down much slower. A high-quality memory foam bed will last around 8 to 10 years.