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Shop Our Selection of Innerspring Mattresses

Mattresses should provide you with the comfort you desire. Different needs depend on the body type and desired comfort level, so selections are a must. Innerspring mattresses are one of the most widely available mattress types today. Still, they offer several options for even the pickiest sleeper. With an innerspring mattress, you get the feeling of sleeping on the bed rather than in the bed.

Innerspring mattresses can last a long time. Mattress purchases should not be taken lightly, and you will be sleeping on a mattress several hours a day. Making the right decision can be pivotal to your health and comfort levels. At Conn’s HomePlus, we have several varieties to choose from, giving you options to meet you at your desired comfort level.

What is an Innerspring Mattress?

An innerspring mattress has the coil support like a hybrid mattress. Still, it does not have several foam or latex comfort layers on top. Instead, an innerspring mattress has one layer of cushion and contour for your body. Typically, the top layer has foam, memory foam, or a pillowtop. So, what are these two layers? There is the comfort layer and the innerspring support.

Comfort Layer

This is the thickness of the mattress that is used to give the innerspring mattress firmness. The comfort levels help set each innerspring mattress apart from cost, contouring, pressure relief, durability, and temperature regulation. Typically, the thicker the comfort layer, the more cushion and pressure relief the mattress can give you.

Innerspring Support

As mentioned before, an innerspring mattress can use a continuous coil or an advanced pocketed coil design. These individually wrapped coils help the mattress be more durable, along with reduced motion and responsiveness. This type of design helps target support areas. While innerspring mattresses do not give as much support as hybrid mattresses, some high-quality models still provide stability and spinal alignment. While there are not many comfort layers, an innerspring mattress still provides limited pressure relief.

How to Know if an Innerspring Mattress is Right for You

A good innerspring mattress will match your body type, sleep style, and comfort needs. It is important to research these mattresses before making a big purchase. So, how do you know if a mattress is right for you? Below are some things to consider when looking to buy an innerspring mattress:

  • • Do you have allergies or asthma? If so, you will need to know each bed component and look at customer reviews for any allergy-related issues. Are people stating that odors are flaring up their allergies or asthma? Also, if you know you are allergic to certain materials, it is best to stay away from them, such as a latex allergy.

  • • Do you sleep hot? If so, an innerspring mattress may be the fit for you. The coils in an innerspring naturally allow air to flow through rather than in a foam mattress. However, even with an innerspring, whether the coils are individually pocketed, the type and how much foam is on top of the mattress can affect the airflow.

  • • Mattresses can sleep differently depending on your body type. If your BMI is higher than 25, you may consider the thickness of an innerspring. An innerspring mattress tends to be thicker than a foam mattress. It is advised for your mattress to be at least 10 inches thick if you weigh between 250 – 400 pounds and at least 14 inches if you are over 400 pounds.

  • • Another thing to consider is age. If you are older, you may consider if you can get in and out of bed easily and comfortably. If the mattress has good edge support, this may be the mattress for you. Please test it out and make sure you don’t feel like you will tumble out of bed when sitting or lying on the edge. New innerspring mattresses often have more layers than an older innerspring mattress. So, you will need to compare the height of the mattress as opposed to your old one. Shop Conn’s HomePlus.

Innerspring mattresses can be a good mattress for the price. If you are interested in an innerspring mattress for your next bed purchase, visit a local Conn’s HomePlus or apply for credit and buy a new innerspring mattress online today.