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Support

Back support refers to the position of your spine while you sleep. The ideal mattress will position your spine to mirror its position when you are standing upright. Different types of mattresses offer different types of back support:

Latex
Support - Latex

True Latex is a 100% natural product. It is produced by many of the world’s flowering plants. Latex is a type of rubber that produces a great sleeping surface. It is soft enough to conform to your body and resilient enough to last for many years.

Comfort

Mattresses are generally grouped into 3 different comfort preferences: Firm, Gentle Firm and Luxury. Understanding your personal requirements when selecting the comfort level of your mattress, makes the decision process easier and will ensure years of comfortable sleep.

Gentle Firm
Comfort - Gentle Firm

A comfort level that exists in-between very firm and ultra luxurious. Generally recommended for people of average build and average weight. A gentle Firm mattress offers a balanced comfort solution for you.

Filling Materials

Very often, the quality of a mattress will be determined by the quantity and quality of the various layers of materials that exist between you and your mattresses support system. The better the quality of the comfort layers, the longer your mattress will last.

Latex
Filling - Latex

True Latex is a 100% natural product. It is produced by many of the world’s flowering plants. Latex is a type of rubber that produces a great sleeping surface. It is soft enough to conform to your body and resilient enough to last for many years.

Mattress Top

Mattresses are manufactured in many variations. Whilst one type of mattress is not necessarily better than another, manufactures are able to build mattresses with varying comfort levels by using different techniques.

Flat Top
Top - Flat

A more traditional looking mattress. Constructed with less frills than the other two types of mattress but by no means inferior in quality. Generally offers a firmer comfort level in comparison to the other mattress types.

Sleeping Position

The position in which you sleep should be considered when choosing a new mattress. For example: If you sleep on your side, a mattress that is too firm could restrict blood circulation and cause additional tossing and turning.

Back
Position - Back

Individuals that sleep on their backs need a mattress that will shape to their bodies natural position, a mattress designed keep your shoulders, spine and hip areas aligned is preferable.

Side
Position - Side

Side sleepers need a mattress that will allow their hips and shoulders to sink into the mattress, thereby ensuring correct alignment of the spine and promoting a healthy sleeping position.

Special Features

Over and above the standard list of features mattresses have, specific mattresses have additional special features to enhance your sleep experience.

Body Conformation
Special Feature - Body Conformation

A very important element of a good night’s sleep is felling comfortable in your mattress. Mattresses that conform to the contours of your body ensure that you are left lying comfortably and cradled.

No Flip
Special Feature - No Flip

No flip or one sided mattresses have become the standard in this day and age. It is important to know that one sided mattresses are in general, of a better quality that the older two sided mattresses. Having a mattress with one side eliminates the need to turn the mattress over every few months.

Guarantee / Warranty


Comes with a 1 Year Guarantee and NO Warranty on the Motor, a 2 Year Guarantee and NO Warranty on the Mechanism, and a 2 Year Guarantee and 25 Year Warranty on the Mattress.

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