By doing your research and going through a custom mattress factory, you can get a mattress that is designed to meet all your individual sleep needs.
A Firmer or Softer Mattress
The best mattress firmness level for you depends on your sleeping style and medical concerns. Your sleep quality may improve drastically if you get a mattress with a different firmness level.
Soft mattresses tend to be better for people who sleep on their sides. If the mattress provides more flexible cushioning, a side sleeper will be less likely to wake up to uncomfortable sensations in their hips and joints.
Medium-soft mattresses can be another good option for people who sleep on their sides or change positions as they sleep, but who prefer more firmness. Medium-firm mattresses are best for people who sleep on their backs or who experience back pain.
Firm mattresses work well for people who are heavy sleepers, have back pain, or sleep on their back or stomach. In general, the less you move in your sleep and the flatter your body position, the firmer your mattress should be.
Do you find that you sink too deeply into your mattress? If so, you may need a more supportive mattress. A thicker layer of foam or other filling can help you feel more comfortable and supported at night.
Thicker mattresses can also help people with certain medical conditions. If you have arthritis, hip pain, fibromyalgia, or shoulder pain, you may prefer a mattress with more comfort layers.
Custom Shapes and Sizes
Most store-bought mattresses come in standard twin, queen, king or California king sizes. Not every bedframe is made for these mattress dimensions. Fortunately, there is a solution: getting a custom mattress from a factory.
You can get a custom mattress for any bedframe, even bedframes in non-standard shapes. That includes antique bedframes, RVs, semi-trailer trucks, and boats.
Higher Quality Mattress Materials
Like firmness levels, different mattress materials can have an impact on your sleep. Most mattresses are innerspring mattresses, but there are many more choices you may not have heard of.
Natural latex foam mattresses are hypoallergenic. Dust mites cannot live in latex, and the material also resists dust mites, mildew, and mold. This material is a good choice for anyone who struggles with indoor allergens since relieved congestion can lead to a better night’s sleep.
Visco-elastic (memory) foam mattresses offer relief for pressure points. They support back and spine alignment, accommodate different sleeping positions, can be hypo-allergenic, and stop motion transfer that could disrupt your partner.
Custom Mattresses in the Pacific Northwest
Slumber Ease can create a mattress that meets all your unique needs. We believe that we are all different, so we custom-fit each mattress we make on a case-by-case basis. We do not compromise on quality, using a combination or traditional methods and advanced technologies to help you get the best sleep possible.
Our company has been manufacturing mattresses with care in Marysville, WA since 1962. Contact us today to visit our showroom.