A better night's sleep starts here
The Bedding Shoppe's wide selection and relaxed shopping environment encourages you to take your time and therefore purchase with confidence. Mike and Eric are sleep experts and will ask the proper questions to ensure you make a good decision.
Which mattress is best for you?
A good night's sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. It affects all aspects of your day, from how you feel to how you interact, how productive you are, and ultimately your quality of life. While you are sleeping your body rejuvenates itself; the longer you sleep without interruption, the more your body re-energizes.
Your mattress has the potential to make or break a good night's sleep. If you're tossing and turning more at night or if you're waking up stiff in the morning, it is probably a sign that your current mattress is no good for you. Sleeping better when you go away on business or holiday is another sign that your mattress set at home needs replacing.
When shopping for a new mattress set, the best way to ensure that you make the right choice is to shop at a store you know and trust to give you good information, good service, and top quality products.
No other piece of furniture in your home is as important as your bed. That's why it is important to find the right mattress for you. Before you start shopping, prepare by learning the basics.
At the Bedding Shoppe, owner Mike Hatler and general manager Eric Goordman are Sealy certified sleep consultants. They have 30 years of experience in the mattress industry and look forward to helping you solve your sleep issues.
A mattress is made of three basic elements:
Foundation - This acts as a giant shock absorber, taking the normal wear and tear of nightly use. Foundations also lend added support, durability and, in the case of adjustable beds, flexibility.
Mattress core - The core construction varies with the type of mattress. Whether the mattress is made of springs, air, foam or water, this middle "core" provides support for the sleeper.
Upholstery layers - These wrap around the core to provide surface comfort. A variety of foams and fibers are used to improve cushioning properties and enhance the support of the mattress core.
Shopping for a Mattress
quality mattress and foundation will gently support your body at all points and keep your spine in good alignment, in the same body position as good standing posture. Select a mattress that supports your spine along its natural curve. Otherwise, your muscles work all night and you can wake up feeling stiff and sore.
Comfort - Mattresses don't have to be hard as a board to be good for you. Today's mattresses are built with luxurious new cushioning materials and surface treatments, creating a plusher feel. While these mattresses may feel softer, the core provides the needed support for your body.
Matching foundation and mattress - These are engineered to work together. Mismatching sets, putting a new mattress on an old foundation, or adding a board between the mattress and foundation can impede comfort and reduce the useful life of your mattress.
Value - Buy quality products made with all new materials. Shopping for the best value, not simply the lowest price, is a healthy investment in your quality of life.