Memory Foam Beds

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Memory foam beds offer mattresses made with "Memory Foam," the patented foam type meant to emulate the qualities of the renowned Tempur-pedic mattresses of Sweden. However, Tempur-pedic mattresses are also known to be top of the line in terms of price, while memory foam mattresses aim to provide the same quality sleeping experience at a more affordable price.

Memory foam mattresses are built with durability in mind. Unlike conventional fiber mattresses, memory foam mattresses don't compress and degenerate with regular use. Rather, they keep their shape and faithful resilience year after year. Memory foam's sensitivity and immediate response to your body's shapes and movements makes it an excellent support for your body as you sleep.

Options in Memory Foam Beds

Memory foam beds come in different sizes, from twin to king, as well as the "twin long" option for tall individuals. They also come in a variety of styles and prices. For example, the classic memory foam bed, the "Sunrise," is a flat-surfaced mattress with three inches of memory foam atop six inches of high-density foam. However, other models come with quilted surfaces, resembling more traditional beds.

Memory foam beds often come with a 90-day try-out period. This depends on the vendor, but if you're considering memory foam, then you should seek vendors that provide this offer. This way you can try memory foam, in your own home and at your own leisure, and decide for yourself whether it's right for you. Also, if money is an issue, look for vendors that offer financing options on memory foam mattresses. Best of all, memory foam mattresses come with a 20-year warranty.


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