When was the last time you had a really good night’s sleep? When you eliminate all the standard reasons like removing stressful thoughts or making sure your home is quiet it might just come down to the issue of whether or not your mattress is comfortable. If you can’t even remember when you bought your mattress then it’s clearly time to get a new one. To get the most out a mattress you can only expect to have it for 5 to 8 years. Beyond that you’re on borrowed sleeping time. Before you head out to buy a new mattress you’ll want to consider these tips:
First of all, wear comfortable clothes. Yes, you should be prepared to lay down on a your potential mattress. If you’re bundled up in layers of clothes you’re not going to get a real sense of how that mattress feels. This doesn’t mean you should show up at the mattress store in your pajamas but you want to be able to feel the support you’re getting. You should really narrow your choices down to a few top picks and then give them at least a ten-minute test. Don’t be embarrassed to really give yourself time to feel the mattress; just don’t fall asleep!
A memory foam mattress has become a very popular item because it’s really comfortable. However, that foam might not hold up as long as the standard coil type of mattress. It’s best to find a mattress that can not only be rotated but flipped over. These dual mattress will hold their shape and firmness a lot longer than the average foam mattress.
When shopping for a coil mattress be sure to count your coils. Six hundred coils in a queen size bed is the average support for adults. Not only is the number of coils important but also the size of the gauge wire. The thicker the gauge the more support but it will also cost a bit more as you go up in size.
Even if you think you’ve picked the right mattress it is still going to take a bit for your body to adjust. Give yourself at least four weeks before deciding whether or not this is the right mattress for you. If not, then return it for a new model. Just make sure the store’s return policy will cover that return.
You’re also going to need to get rid of that old mattress. While it is true that some companies offer mattress removal there is usually an extra fee. What they can’t do is remove some of your other junk in the same trip. To get rid of a mattress and other bulky items you’ll be best off making the decision to hire Junk King Bucks County. They are the junk removal specialists who will provide you with a capable removal crew complete with their own truck. All you have to do is keep your pillows and pick out the junk you want removed. Let Junk King Bucks County help you get a good night’s rest… finally!