Quality Mattresses with a cheap price tag.
In general, people looking for a new Mattress do not know what they expect to get with their money. You have many options and here at some mattress types to name just a few, Foam Mattresses, Memory Foam Mattresses, Pocket Sprung Mattresses, Spring Mattresses and Latex Mattresses. The internet will provide you with thousands of different models but not actually tell you what you should be looking for.
Many retailers will have identical mattresses with different fabric coverings and colours with a bewildering array of prices. There is only one question that you need to ask:Can you get a better quality mattress for the same or less money?
You can, but you will need to know the exact specifications of each mattress. This is the hard part because the fundamental information that you need will rarely be visible on the mattress description tag. In fact, take a moment to read some of those descriptions and you will find that many are long on marketing and short on fact. If the tag says contains sumptuous layers of premium filling, you should be asking yourself, what type of filling? How many layers? if you do not have the facts, then you are in need of speaking to our sales team.
Cage sprung mattresses or continuous coil sprung are cheaper mattresses. Do not let the Brand name on the label or pretty fabrics fool you on this point . The next step up the ladder is a pocket spring mattress and these are pound for pound better than any mattress with a cage sprung interior. All cage sprung mattresses have a similar cage spring interior. The springs are held together with helicle wire and the only difference is the gauge (thickness) of the wire and the design of the mattress. The average cage spring is usually six inches deep with an inch of compressed filling to create an eight-inch deep mattress. Six-inch mattresses tend to use a cheaper four-inch spring system. Normally cage sprung mattresses are not counted, but there should be about 350 connected springs in a king mattress. However the manufacturers have the capability to drastically reduce this number to make really cheap mattresses for the economy and budget shopper. Quality cage sprung mattresses should not bend easily anything that bends easily or falls under the economical or budget should really be for young children who carry little weight.
A good mattress should be at least ten inches deep to contain at least 2 inches of wadding and compressed filling on either side. So if you can lift and bend the mattress like Hercules, use that burst of super human strength and up your limit from all the other economical and budget mattresses
Many mattress manufacturers produce a range of mattresses that will fall in to the cheap, budget or economy category. At best, you are paying for a bag of springs with little wadding and fabric covering. That is why cheap mattresses are sometimes known as a bag of springs.