Choosing the right mattress is important to ensure you get the best quality of sleep. We offer mattresses to suit every bed size, from single to super king, and provide a wide selection of materials that support your individual sleeping requirements. Memory foam mattresses are designed to conform to the contours of your body, whilst pocket-sprung mattresses are composed of individually wrapped springs which move independently with your body’s movements, and if you’re looking for something for a child’s bed or guest room, you may prefer an open spring mattress. You can choose mattresses from brands such as Emma, Silentnight, Hypnos, Simba, Vispring and TEMPUR®, where we’re sure that you’ll find the perfect mattress for your needs.
How to clean a mattress
Mattresses are an essential part of our daily lives, but they can also be a breeding ground for dust mites, allergens, and bacteria. It's important to clean your mattress regularly to maintain its hygiene and prolong its lifespan. To clean a mattress, start by removing all bedding and vacuuming the surface to remove any loose dirt and debris. You can spot-clean any stains using a mixture of baking soda, water, and dish soap. Deodorise the mattress by sprinkling baking soda over the surface and letting it sit for several hours before vacuuming it up. Regular cleaning can help keep your mattress fresh and free of allergens, providing you with a comfortable and healthy sleep environment.
Which mattress is best?
Choosing the best mattress for you depends on a number of factors, such as your sleeping position, body weight, and personal preferences. A firm mattress may be better for those who sleep on their back, while a softer mattress may be more comfortable for those who sleep on their side. For those who prefer something in between, a medium mattress might be just the thing. Additionally, factors such as the type of materials used in the mattress and its level of support can also impact your comfort and sleep quality. For example, latex mattresses tend to be more breathable, are hypoallergenic and deliver temperature-regulating functions which create an ideal respiratory sleeping environment.
How often should you change your mattress?
The lifespan of a mattress can vary depending on factors such as its quality, the amount of use it gets, and how well it is maintained. However, on average, a good quality mattress can last between 7 and 10 years. After this time, the materials in the mattress may start to break down and lose their ability to support your body properly. By replacing your mattress when needed, you can help ensure that you're getting the best possible sleep and maintaining good health and well-being.