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There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all mattress. All of us are unique which means that our bodies require different amounts of comfort and support throughout the night. For many people, the standard mass-marketed mattresses from big-box retailers don’t provide near enough support and often wear out far too quickly.
At STL Beds, we offer a comprehensive sleep solution for this dilemma. Our selection of Heavy Duty (HD) Mattresses can provide higher quality support for longer than most standard mattresses. Here we’ve answered some of the most commonly asked questions about Heavy Duty Mattresses.
For a mattress to be labeled as Heavy Duty, it needs to be able to support 250-350 pounds. You’ll often see heavy duty mattresses labeled as “two-sided” which simply means that the mattress has two useable sides and both sides can support that weight range on either side of the bed.
HD Mattresses are also constructed from a variety of materials you won’t find in your typical compressed “bed-in-a-box” mattresses. Some HD Medicoil Mattresses are constructed with special materials, two such material found in select models is sleep cool gel memory foam—or all-natural latex support layer. High traffic areas like the mattress seat edges are reinforced to make entering and exiting the bed easier and longer lasting. Due to these weight requirements and extra reinforcement, HD Mattresses are designed to last longer than a typical mass-marketed mattress.
The materials used to make heavy duty mattresses often vary based on their manufacturer. Most heavy duty mattresses feature multiple types and layers of materials that serve different purposes. Our HD Medicoil mattresses are composed of a high-density foam top layer, a base foam bottom layer, a signature coil spring foundation (encased in a layer of foam), and layers of natural latex or additional memory foam. The purpose of each layer is to offer a additional unique element of comfort, support and durability.
Of course! Simply put, HD mattresses are made from superior materials with designs that are made to last. A standard mattress can be expected to last around 8 years with normal use. Today, we use our beds for a lot of other things besides sleeping which can lead to a mattress that loses its effectiveness much sooner than expected.
A heavy duty mattress is made to last 10-15 years. This means you will get more value when you invest in a heavy-duty mattress. Plus, a mattress that is better built will maintain the same “brand-new” feeling for longer.
A bariatric mattress is a mattress that is built to help support someone who is medically obese. These mattresses are made of special materials, feature unique designs, and provide the highest level of support.
Our HD Medicoil Mattresses are bariatric mattresses. Although anyone can use them, their design can help obese people find more restful sleep. HD Medicoil’s signature coil spring system and unique HD foundation provides support that other so called heavy-duty mattress set, which rely on layers of cheap foam, simply cannot offer.Learn More
Mattresses made today don’t resemble the ones that your parents bought for themselves or even ones that you enjoyed only 5 to 10 years ago. Mass manufacturers have traded in quality for reducing marginal costs and overhead. The result is a market flooded with mattresses that don’t provide the proper durability and support to make your investment worth it. Heavy Duty Mattresses are the response to this new issue in the industry. HD Mattresses prioritize support and are build to have longer lifetimes. However, not all HD Mattresses are built equally. At STL Beds, we focus on mattresses that have 4 major qualities that make for the best HD Mattress.
These components add up to the best value and sleep satisfaction for any Heavy Duty Mattress.
Check out our Blog on these components to find out more about the best HD Mattresses on the market.
Absolutely. Heavy Duty mattresses are worth the price for a variety of reasons. First, they represent a long term investment. With a mattress that is backed by a warranty to survive for decades, you won’t have to worry about constantly changing your mattress to suit your needs.
These mattresses also pose an opportunity for better overall health. Health professionals around the world have identified clear health risks from interrupted or lack of sleep. A solid mattress, built to provide ideal support for a longer time, gives you a better chance of achieving healthy levels of sleep every night. If that doesn’t convince you, then check out a post made by one user who discovered their ideal mattress.
Yes. Most heavy duty mattresses are composed of many different supportive layers. This allows for your body to sink in slightly deeper and expel heat within the mattress. So instead of simply exchanging heat with the top layer of your mattress (like with many standard “cooling” mattresses), your body heat is drawn away from you.
Our line of HD mattresses varies depending on their model. You’ll want to be sure that your mattress’s specifications match your specific needs. You can do this by answering questions like:
Do I like a softer or firmer mattress?
What size do I need? Will it fit in the desired room?
Would I prefer something sturdy like a coil spring or something with more foam?
Do I want to be able to flip my mattress?
If you’re not sure about any of these or want to learn more about your potential sleep solution read some of our resources on shopping for a Heavy Duty mattress. We hope that this guide has provided you with the clarity you need. When you’re ready, browse our selection of HD Mattresses for sale and find your ideal sleep solution or contact us to talk with a sleep expert.Shop
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