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When it’s time for a new mattress, you want to choose one that’s going to give you the best sleep possible. While it may appear there are endless choices, the truth is that all mattresses are either spring or foam. Each of these mattress types have their pros and cons. What’s perfect for one person might not be ideal for another. Here are some things you need to know about foam and spring mattresses before you make a purchase.

  • Foam mattresses : This mattress type is considered the most durable mattress. Of course, foam density has a lot to do with the mattresses longevity. Higher-density mattresses last longer. In addition to their durability, foam mattress fans enjoy how the memory foam contours and supports the body during sleep. One thing to keep in mind when considering a foam mattress is that they tend to trap body heat. If you’re a person who gets hot while sleeping, you may not feel comfortable on a foam mattress unless it has a gel insert.

  • Spring mattresses : These are the traditional mattresses. Although foam mattresses are very popular, spring styles are still a favorite among people who want a bouncier mattress that comes at a variety of price points. Spring mattresses can be considerably less expensive than their foam counterparts. They’re also great options for individuals who want more temperature control. However, if you need full-body support while sleeping, a spring mattress might not be for you because only the parts of the body that push down the most on the mattress get the support.

At Cotton Mill Interiors, we know how important finding the right mattress is for a restful sleep. That’s why we carry a wide variety of foam and spring mattresses. Come into our store today and test out our top-selling mattresses and speak with a member of our team to find the perfect fit for you. Whether you’re looking for a traditional mattress for a guest room or an adjustable mattress so you and your partner each sleep well, you’re sure to find what you need from our many options.

Cotton Mill Interiors is located at 21 Cobb Street in Jefferson, GA. When you come into our showroom, we guarantee you’ll find better furniture at better prices because you deserve the best. To learn more about the brands we carry or directions to our showroom, visit us online at https://cottonmillinteriors.com.