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With all of the different types of mattresses available, finding the one that is right for you can be confusing. So let us take the guesswork out of your decision by explaining what makes them different and what each type of mattress has to offer. The most common types of mattresses available are traditional Innerspring mattresses, Memory foam mattresses and now we carry a new type Gel mattresses. Here is a brief guide on the features and benefits of each type.


Our exclusive innerspring mattresses are designed using 805 Spineflex Coil System™, 357 Opticoil Redefined Core™, 504 Opticoil Redefined Coils™, 312 Carbonit Spring Unit™, and 360 Carbonit Back Relief™ these innerspring system coils are metal coils, they work as the major support system for the mattress.

We regularly use 450 coils on each mattress to assure durability and support on the entire unit. They are also reinforced by a heavy gauge unit. Our innerspring mattresses are very supportive when it comes to keeping the back aligned and this is important when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. A peaceful night’s rest can lead to a person feeling refreshed and relaxed in the morning, which will not only improve how they feel physically but also how they feel mentally.

We make a difference by improving our products and caring about our customers. A person can feel less sore, achy and groggy in the morning, all the results of a good night sleep.

Additionally, our innerspring mattresses are some of the most economical mattresses on the market today, making them an affordable investment for a number of people.

Memory Foam Gel mattresses
Memory Foam Gel mattresses


Our Memory Foam mattresses are made of Visco-Elastic foam with high density and slower recovery than other foams. It reacts to temperature to conform and adjustthe body. Our luxurious Memory Foam mattresses help to promote a more restful sleep because it provides significant pressure relief and reduce the factors that cause tossing and turning, it also eliminates shift positions during sleep. When pressure points are eliminated, the spine can align naturally and is hypoallergenic, so it’s great for allergy sufferers. Additionally, motion transfer is drastically reduced as it absorbs movement without affecting the other parts of the mattress. Memory foam is typically denser than other foam mattresses. This makes it very supportive, but also heavier. It can be considered a good compromise between the comfort of a soft mattress and the support of a firm one for those who prefer a foam core mattress.


Our Memory Foam Gel mattresses combine the smart support that customers get from gel and the great comfort provided by memory foam. It provides a truly unique sleeping surface. Gel moves with your body to provide targeted support.

The gel-foam mattress layer focus on a few key points:
Improved circulation, decreased pain points, and temperature regulation.

In addition, it reduces the amount of pressure that your body gets when you lay down to sleep. It does not cut off circulation thus minimizing all that tossing and turning that people usually do unconsciously in bed. The gel on the mattress also responds to the body’s overall temperature.

You will sleep more comfortably while the gel helps regulate the surface temperature making sleeping conditions more congenial.

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Memory Foam Gel mattresses
Memory Foam Gel mattresses
Memory Foam Gel mattresses
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