Memory Foam versus Coil Spring Mattresses - Key Differences
Coil Spring & Hybrid Mattresses
Coil spring mattresses, on the other hand, are made up of a series of interwoven steel coils that provide support. These mattresses tend to be more traditional in design and offer a firmer, bouncier feel. While they may not contour to the body as closely as memory foam, they can still provide good support and may be preferred by those who like a more traditional feel.
Another difference between the two types of mattresses is durability. Memory foam mattresses tend to have a longer lifespan than coil spring mattresses, as the foam does not degrade over time. Coil spring mattresses, on the other hand, may start to sag or lose support over time as the coils wear down.
Temperature regulation is also something to consider when choosing between a memory foam and coil spring mattress. Memory foam can sometimes retain heat, making it less ideal for hot sleepers. Coil spring mattresses, on the other hand, tend to have better airflow and may be cooler to sleep on.
Should I be shopping for a Memory Foam or Coil Spring Mattress?
Ultimately, the best choice for you will depend on your personal preferences and needs. Memory foam may be a good choice for those with chronic pain or who prefer a contouring, pressure-relieving feel. Coil spring mattresses may be preferred by those who like a traditional, bouncier feel or who sleep hot. It may be helpful to try out both types of mattresses in a showroom or through a trial period before making a final decision. At Tru Furniture we have both on display for you to test prior to purchasing. We also have an impressive 100 night sleep trial*. Our job is to help you find the perfect mattress! Visit us today at www.trufurntiureco.com or in down town Coos Bay.