Figuring out what kind of mattress to get can be challenging, but all of these great options can be found at the Seattle Mattress company. Mattresses are expensive and nice ones are even more expensive, so investing in the right one is very important. Once one has decided upon a mattress size, the next step is to decide on a type of mattress. Some reliable mattress types include Serta, Therapedic, Magniflex, and Memory foam mattresses.
Washington-based Serta makes different lines of high end mattresses, including the Perfect Sleeper is a 13" thick mattress with a semi-firm pillowtop and ranges from $450 to $1350 depending on size. The Trump Home mattress is a little bit nicer and can be up to 15" thick. It ranges from $650 to $1850.
Therapedic beds are made in Auburn WA. Their Backsense mattress is 9" - 10" thick and comes with either Firm or Cushion-Firm options. An exclusive HourGlass polypropylene insert increases the support and firmness significantly at the shoulders, hips and back. Prices range from $250 to $800. The Innergy mattress is 11" - 13" thick and comes with Cushion-Firm, Plush or Euro Pillowtop options. A unique, alternating coil provides a sturdier innerspring while reducing motion transfer & "center rolling". Prices range from $400 to $1100.
Eco-memory Foam is a special kind of memory foam. According to the company, memory foam is unique in its comfort-generating properties. No other product can conform to the body, relieve pressure points and aid circulation like memory foam. But buyer beware, not all memory foam is of the same quality. The main difference is that an open-cell technology allows for the mattress to cool faster, fixing the complaint that many memory foam users have of sleeping "too hot." The company also has a reduced carbon footprint and uses sustainable methods to produce its beds.
FInally, Magniflex mattresses makes a Waterlattex bed that is composed of latex blended into water-expanded polyurethane through a highly technological but environmentally sound procedure. The spongy material is highly transpiring, non-toxic, non-allergic and using the Airyform® technique it acquires a unique ergonomic quality.
Whichever mattress you decide to purchase, be sure that it offers the support you need to get a good night's sleep.