Select Mattress Guide
A high quality mattress and foundations for your sleeping will gently support your body at all points, and keep your spine in the same position as a good standing posture. When selecting a mattress, keep in mind that your body should be able to relax, with your spine supported in its natural curve. Otherwise, your muscles will work all night, and you may wake up feeling stiff and/or sore. King Koil innerspring systems provide the support your body needs for a great night sleep.
Mattresses don’t necessarily have to be as firm as a board to please you, although some people may prefer it that way. Today, mattresses are built with luxurious new cushioning materials and surface treatments, creating a plusher feel. While these mattresses may feel more plush, these materials provide support as well as comfort. Take a look at our King Koil comfort components.
DURABILITY AND WARRANTY
Durability refers to how long the support and comfort will continue. Like most products, mattresses gradually wear out. Eventually, you won’t receive the same support and comfort as you did when the set is new.
Never let the warranty decides how long you should keep your sleeping set. The warranty only protects you against product defects and mistakes, not gradual loss of comfort and support. That is the main reason why you should check on your sleeping set in at least twice a year, regularly.
Select a mattress that gives you enough room for an easy & free movement, especially when you’re sleeping with a partner. Couples should select queen or king-sized mattresses to ensure both individuals have enough space to feel comfortable. King Koil’s foam encasement extends the available sleeping surface of any size.
MATCHING SLEEP SETS
Matching mattresses and foundations are engineered to work together. Don't mismatch 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 the mattress.
Buy quality products made with all new materials. Shopping for the best value, not the lowest price, is a healthy investment in your quality of life.