Lying on the chaotic bed for a short time, I worked at a furniture store and had the opportunity to sell a few mattresses to customers.
Let me tell you one thing: there is nothing more confusing than mattress sales.
It\'s not surprising, because there are always at least 10 different mattresses at 10 different price points, and everyone claims to have done the exact same thing.
Which one should you choose?
Fortunately, I received a little training that helped me both in my work and in my life, because there is no doubt that I will buy a few more mattresses in my lifetime.
If your mattress salesperson is experienced, he or she may ask you three things: Comfort supports comfort as it sounds: How comfortable is the mattress? Do you like it?
Comfort is usually the easiest to determine.
Is it too soft, too hard, or just right?
Finding a mattress that suits you is the key.
Support refers to the degree of support of the mattress and box spring to the body.
Your back feels better when you\'re lying on a supportive bed, even if you\'re just there for a few minutes.
Mobility is how easy you are to move on your mattress.
It would be great if you were lying in bed and had no tendency to move because you were very comfortable.
But you might move a little bit in bed.
Especially if you sit up and read at night, or talk to your spouse or child when you lie down.
You don\'t always sleep in bed and you need to keep that in mind.
How much do you have to pay?
To a large extent, you are paying for something inside the mattress.
Most mattresses are like this: typical bed: spring, Shell, foam layer and fabricMemory foamLatex foamSo is like a car and you have to pay for the material inside.
For typical beds, the answers to these questions are paid by you.
Spring: what kind of spring? How many coils?
What material is the spring made?
How many tests?
Is it a bubble?
Does it bend on an adjustable bed?
Will it break down and allow the spring to go through within three years (not ideal)?
Foam and fabric layer: How thick is it?
What are they made?
For memory foam and latex foam, you will usually be the type, quality of the material (
And its testing process.
All this adds up.
If your bed is beautiful and you will stick until you die, then don\'t put stickers and do yourself a favor and go shopping on the mattress every three to five years.
The most shocking customers are those who have never purchased a bed.
I haven\'t bought a new bed for more than five years.
Prices have changed over the past five years. by a lot.
A decent middle mattress could cost $6 to $800.
This is the real Middle Road as the higher priced suits are as much as the lower priced ones.
The reality is that from the wood used in the frame to the spring to the fabric, you can get what you pay.
This is no different from buying a car.
Buy something you can afford, but at least know what you\'re buying so you don\'t think your Kia will be as good as your brother\'s Rolls Royce. It just isn\'t.
Yes, there are pros and cons to everything, maybe you prefer Kia. That\'s fine.
But it\'s not as good as Royce, and that\'s how it looks.
How to know when it is right. Two things are recommended when buying a new bed (
Mattress and box spring).
First of all, find the bed ranked 10 (
10 of them are the best)
Comfort, support and mobility.
Once you have found the perfect 10 sheets, narrow down to the bed within your price range and select one.
Trust me, when you buy something that feels right and doesn\'t do serious financial harm to you, you won\'t have the buyer\'s remorse.
Even though the mattress retailer doesn\'t want you to believe it\'s true, it\'s entirely possible to find a perfect 10 bed in your price range.
They want you to buy the most expensive perfect 10 you can afford.
But what you need to realize is that the difference between some of the higher priced beds is that it has nothing to do with comfort, support or mobility at all.
On the contrary, the higher priced beds are priced in this way because they are characterized by Cashmere, handles, tufting, silk and luxurious designs.
Is Box Spring important? Yes.
Buy a new box spring when you buy a new mattress.
If you know anything about Wood, you will know that it will swell, dry, or even worse --bows.
With your limited knowledge of how they are constructed it is difficult to see a curved box spring.
If you put a new mattress on the curved box spring, your support will disappear.
Buy a new box spring whenever you buy a mattress.
What about the bunki board?
If you sleep on a platform bed, change the floor board strip to a Bunky bed to keep your mattress in a better shape.
They support the mattress more, only as thick as the existing platform board strips.
The Bunkie board is a simple piece of wood that is solid and not Batten.
For the foam bed, the Bunky board is particularly important.
Never put a foam bed on the slab of the platform.
Where to buy a bed my advice on where to buy a bed is: buy your perfect 10 beds where you like and support.
Don\'t buy it unless you find the perfect 10, it\'s so simple.
If your favorite furniture store or mattress retailer doesn\'t sell your perfect 10 then keep looking.
Keep in mind that the price is included in 10 that we think is perfect, so it doesn\'t matter where you end up buying it.
If you want to buy a local one, buy a local one.
If you find a perfect 10 in the store but would rather buy it online then buy it online (
Not recommended though).
Or, enjoy benefits.
The furniture store I opened offers benefits such as free shipping and installation.
The best for you.
Once you find the perfect bed, the rest is gravy. Good luck!