Our business sells many adjustable beds online and ships them all over the country. The majority of these customers have lots of questions about adjustable compatible mattresses. Here are some tips in choosing a mattress for an adjustable bed.
1. All foam mattresses, air mattresses, and most pocketed coil mattresses will work with an adjustable bed. The best rule of thumb is to choose a mattress without a border rod, which is a thick wire that wraps an innerspring unit to keep the coils together. Most foam encased pocketed coil mattresses do not have a border rod. It is also a great idea to check with the manufacturer to verify if a certain mattress will work and if the warranty will be honored if used with an adjustable foundation.
2. You do not have to buy the matching foundation. If you find a less expensive adjustable foundation that is a different brand, feel free to use it without recourse. If the mattress can be used with an adjustable foundation, it can legally be used with any adjustable foundation.
3. The best mattress has more to do with how it supports your body and how it feels more than the material it is made with. High quality latex, memory foam, or innerspring all have their benefits, but one isn’t necessarily better than the other for support or comfort. If you sleep hit, go with innerspring. If you are concerned with off gassing, go with latex. Otherwise, choose the one that gives you the best postural alignment and feels more comfortable. Don’t forget, you get what you pay for. General intelligence should tell you that a mattress for half the money is certainly not the same quality. Comparable quality fluctuates between 5-20% in price between retailers.
For more information contact Brian by visiting http://joplimo.com and send him a message.
Brian Croft is an industry veteran of 15 years and is the owner of Joplimo Mattress. Croft was previously the Director of Sales and Marketing for a Fortune 500 adjustable bed manufacturer before founding Joplimo in 2009.