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How Often Should You Flip Your Mattress?

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

For almost as long as there have been mattresses, there has been a need to flip and rotate those mattresses to ensure that they operate at peak performance and maintain their support. There is a reason that the common recommendation for buying a new mattress is every seven or eight years, and it has everything to do with how the human body leaves an impression in a mattress, regardless of how much it costs or what it is made of. Despite all of that, the newest mattresses are often are made in such a way that they should not be flipped at all. With customized layers arranged in a very specific way to provide optimal comfort and relieve stress on pressure points, flipping a mattress would mean sleeping on a rather uncomfortable, unintended surface. Yes, things are changing, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. Rotating Mattresses Has Replaced Flipping Mattresses The only mattresses that really require flipping are innerspring mattresses that do not have a pillowtop on one side. Frankly, there are not a lot of manufacturers that sell those types of mattresses anymore, and here at Ben’s we certainly do not sell any that fall into that category. However, those that have not purchased a new mattress in the last few years may still have the old design and may still require a good old-fashioned mattress flip once every few months. Just because most mattresses no longer require rotation, however, does not mean that people can just plop their new mattresses onto their beds and then never touch them again. These days, certain types of mattresses perform better for a longer duration if they are rotated according to an appropriate schedule. What Mattresses Benefit From Rotation? Rotating a mattress is not particularly challenging, but it is worth knowing whether or not owners should be devoting their time and energy to doing it. All of the mattresses at Ben’s perform better from rotation, as they all are either memory foam, innerspring, or a hybrid of the two. Certain other brands that are designed to remain stationary forever do not need the occasional 180-degree spin, but the mattresses that we sell all will. How Often Should You Rotate Your Mattress? The real answer to this question will depend on which specific mattress you ultimately purchase, but the general consensus is that most mattresses will perform better over time if they are rotated once every three to 12 months. We suggest Googling your mattress once you get it home to get a better sense of a schedule for it, but once you know, get into your online calendar and set reminders to make sure you are not forgetting to do it.

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What Is the Best Time to Go to Sleep?

by admin @ Mattress World Northwest

There are few words that are inseparable as “elusive” and “sleep.” Despite all the advances in science, the question of when it’s best to turn in is still debated across the world.  Most people tend to sleep during the hours that are most practical for their professional and personal lives. Their alarm clock goes off […]

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Do Mattresses Really Double in Weight in 10 Years?

by admin @ Mattress World Northwest

The claim is often made that a mattress doubles in weight after 10 years due to the accumulation of dust mites (pictured, left), dead skin cells, dust, sweat and other unpleasant things. Is it an urban myth invented by marketers, or based on fact? The truth is not so black and white. A lack of […]

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Leesa vs Lull Mattress- What You Need To Know

by Frank Apodaca @ The Sleep Judge

The 5 Highest Rated Firm (Hard) Mattresses in 2018

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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5 Ways to Get Rid of Lower Back Pain

by Jacky Gale @ Mattress World Northwest

Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons for visits to the doctor’s office. It’s also a top cause of lost work time and disability. The best way to deal with lower back pain is to see your doctor, especially if the pain is severe, lasts longer than a few days, or is […]

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Top 4 Things You’ll Love About Your New Memory Foam Mattress

by Jacky Gale @ Mattress World Northwest

Many satisfied Mattress World Northwest customers regard memory foam as essential for a good night’s sleep. Originally developed by NASA chemists, memory foam is a blend of polyurethane and a few other ingredients to improve its support capabilities. Today, as the material has become more common and its cost has decreased, you can find memory […]

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Affordable Full Size Mattresses & Full Mattress Sets

Affordable Full Size Mattresses & Full Mattress Sets


Rooms To Go

Affordable Full Size Mattresses. Full mattress sets with full size box-springs for the bedroom: memory foam, innerspring coil, plush, firm & pillow top styles. #iSofa #roomstogo

Berlin Domino Mattress Graffiti

by Nothing Really Mattress @ Nothing Really Mattress

It’s rectangular. It’s white or beige. It’s longer and wider than it is thick. And you can use it alone or with friends. What am I talking about? If you can think of something other than a mattress or a domino, please leave it in the comments below. Perhaps a tablet of some sort? In...

BBD Beds vs Name Brand Beds

by HenkinSchultz @ Beds by Design

We Build a Better Bed at a Better Price Shopping for a mattress can be confusing – so let us help you save some time and money by making the difference between some of the popular name brand mattresses and our own BBD mattresses a little more clear. A lot of what you’re paying for […]

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Commercial Mattress orders for Hotels, Universities & More

by HenkinSchultz @ Beds by Design

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6 Best Rated Full Size Mattresses Available On Amazon

6 Best Rated Full Size Mattresses Available On Amazon


My Mattress Pads

We have reviewed 6 best rated full size mattresses in this post. It will help you to choose the best full size mattress for your beds.

The Different Types of Mattresses: Shop Only the Best One that Suits You

by Douglas Belleville @ STLBeds

Mattresses come in all sizes, shapes, and styles, which can make shopping for one quite a task. It is easier to choose one when you learn the differences between each type. Guide to Better Understand the Different Types of Mattresses Firmness vs. Softness All of the extra layers that are sewn onto the top of…

Surprising Causes of Hip Pain

by Jacky Gale @ Mattress World Northwest

Achy, creaky hips are strongly associated with age, but age certainly isn’t the only contributing factor. In fact, young patients may be susceptible to many conditions and diseases that can cause hip pain. Everything from early onset arthritis to gynecological problems may cause hip pain. Since it’s impossible to tell, without medical guidance, whether lingering […]

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What Are Box Springs For?

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Did you know that the saying “Sleep tight” comes from an era long before the invention of modern mattresses? Once upon a time, people actually slept on a bed suspended on ropes that would loosen over the course of an evening. Every night before going back to bed, these people would have to pull the ropes tight to ensure the best possible support for sleeping. The invention of the box spring completely changed all that, to the point that today we hardly can imagine falling asleep without the added support that a box spring provides. Here at Ben’s, we carry a wide variety of excellent box springs, and while some people try to justify sleeping on a mattress without the extra support, the truth is that using those box springs is how the mattress manufacturers intended that we sleep. Basic Uses for a Box Spring Put as simply as possible, there are three reasons why someone would require a box spring: Support First and foremost, a box spring’s purpose is to create a flat and solid structure for the actual mattress to rest on top of. The very first box springs were just wire frames, without the wood and cloth, but today the makeup of a box spring depends a lot on what type of mattress a person purchases. For example, wood frames are more appropriate for memory foam, while standard box springs tend to work better with innerspring mattresses. Longevity Another reason why box springs are essential is that they can help preserve the longevity of the mattress itself. Without that support, certain mattresses can sag and wear out more quickly than they would have otherwise. Most manufacturers will not honor warranties on mattresses that are not used in conjunction with a box spring for that very reason, so for the benefit of the long-term use of the mattress, a box spring really can help. Ease of Use Box springs also make it easier to get in and out of bed by allowing sleepers to slide easily into their sheets because the box spring allows the actual mattress to lie at an ideal height. We even sell box springs of different heights here at Ben’s, meaning ease of use really is just a matter of finding the perfect height for a mattress et. Choosing a Box Spring With so much diversity in the types of box springs currently for sale, choosing the right one comes down to a couple of factors. For starters, finding the right height is important for the aforementioned reasons, but it also is best to buy the box spring that was designed to accompany whatever mattress you are interested in purchasing. They were designed and

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Apathetic Toronto Mattress

by Nothing Really Mattress @ Nothing Really Mattress

Here we see a poor lonely mattress in Toronto, left out with a broken dresser, an old bike, a patio chair, and some sort of screen. Found on Bain and Logan in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, there’s apparently a co-op right near by. No wonder this sad blue bedding is so despondent. And there it goes-...

Best Soft Mattress for Your Needs

by Candace Osmond @ The Sleep Judge

Brentwood Home Oceano Mattress Review

by Jessica Jones @ The Sleep Judge

Bad Headaches? It Could Be Your Mattress

by Ali Long @ Mattress World Northwest

Tension headaches, cluster headaches and migraines can be debilitating. Depending on the type, headaches may be characterized by a dull throbbing all over the head, a piercing pain behind the eyes, or an intense throbbing accompanied by nausea and visual disturbances. Most people experience this malady at one time or another, but those that suffer […]

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People Fell In Love On Me.

by Nothing Really Mattress @ Nothing Really Mattress

This is a bummer. It makes me think about all the love and human connection that’s been facilitated by my bed, knowing that if we hadn’t been laying on my mattress, maybe it would’ve never happened. Relationships have been formed and fractured on mattresses. Love has blossomed. There have been warm, beautiful nights filled with...

Mismatched Bedding Full Size Mattress Set | Outlet | One-Shot Deals

Mismatched Bedding Full Size Mattress Set | Outlet | One-Shot Deals


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Get my brand new Mismatched Bedding Full Size Mattress Set for a untouchable price! This innerspring mattress and foundation is an everyday value! See it here!

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Free, Flexible Layaway! Full Size MattressesSometimes called a double, full size mattresses are ideal for sleepers that want more sleeping space then they get in

Pebble Full Mattress - Kids

Pebble Full Mattress - Kids


Nook Sleep Systems

The Pebble Full Mattress gives adults, guests and big kids room to stretch. Plus, it's non-toxic and breathable.

Full Size Mattress Protector

Full Size Mattress Protector


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Full Size Mattress ProtectorSpecially designed to fit all Tempur-Pedic mattressesHighly stretchable to move with the mattress as it conforms to your bodyHigh-tech materials are waterproof yet bre...

Full Size Mattresses | Beds by Design

Full Size Mattresses | Beds by Design


Beds by Design

Also called a Double, the Full mattress measures 53 inches wide by 75 inches long. 15 inches wider than the twin, the full mattress may sleep two adults.

Full Mattress Size Guide - Bed Info & Measurement Chart | Nothing Really Mattress

Full Mattress Size Guide - Bed Info & Measurement Chart | Nothing Really Mattress


Nothing Really Mattress

Full mattress measurements, dimensions, information, and bed size guide! The very best!

What is the Best Mattress for Back Sleepers?

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Everybody has a unique way of sleeping, but in a general sense there are side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers, each of which offers its own plethora of variations. It should not come as any sort of surprise that certain types of mattresses are better for certain types of sleeping positions, but sleeping on one’s back creates a specific set of physical circumstances that calls for a very specific type of mattress. Four Things Back Sleepers Need in a New Mattress So what are these circumstances? The following are some mattress features that back sleepers should be looking for when shopping for a new bed here at Ben’s: #1 Medium-Firm to Firm While firmness is a personal preference, the science proves that sleeping on your back requires significant support to the areas where your body meets the mattress. The lower back especially requires a significant amount of support, and mattresses that are too soft allow your body to sink into the material so that your spine actually bows while you sleep. Medium-firm mattresses provide good support to your spine, and those with more serious back pain should consider purchasing a firmer mattress to ensure proper support. #2 Materials Here at Ben’s, we offer a number of medium-firm and firm mattress in all sorts of different materials, from foam to coil to hybrid, but typically the best materials for back sleepers are the foam and hybrid options. While memory foam is extremely popular (and increasingly affordable) right now, poly foam mattresses can be great for the back as well. Whatever material you choose, you want a top comfort layer of about two inches to ensure your back receives the correct amount of cradling for a good night’s sleep. #3 Cooling Properties Another feature to consider in a mattress of any material is cooling properties. Back sleepers tend to trap more heat into their mattresses, meaning beds with built-in measures to counteract that that heat can ensure the bed is a lot more comfortable all night long. Usually, these features increase air flow, which can cool down a sleeper and perhaps even allow you to save some money on air conditioning bills that come from some sleepers dealing with all the heat trapped underneath their covers. We have a number of mattresses with cooling properties here at Ben’s, so ask your sales associate for help in finding one that works for you. #4 Affordability Of course, cost is a major consideration for a mattress, too, regardless of what kind of sleeper you are. We offer several excellent mattresses that deliver cost effective comfort as well as any mattress store in Atlanta, GA. Visit any of our 14 stores or shop online

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Soft Mattresses vs. Firm Mattresses: What to Know

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Humans spend approximately a third of their lives in bed. That’s why it is so important to ensure that we are comfortable once we find ourselves underneath the covers, ready and eager for a good night’s sleep. Sleeping preferences and patterns differ from person to person. But what goes into our preferences for sort or firm mattresses? There are pros and cons to each, depending on a sleeper’s anatomy and personal comfort. Soft Mattresses Without really knowing the advantages and disadvantages of either, the terms “soft” and “firm” sure make it sound like a soft mattress would be a whole lot more comfortable, but this isn’t necessarily always the case. Soft, plush mattresses can be pretty comfortable, though, especially for older individuals who may deal with joint pain and back problems, as well as for side sleepers who curl up into the fetal position to sleep. For the most part, though, it generally is agreed that soft mattresses are less likely to provide many sleepers with the support they need. Soft mattresses actually can push a spine out of alignment in some cases, and without that initial firmness the mattress can grow even softer over time. Not only that, but softer mattresses are, on average, more expensive, so unless a sleeper has deep-seeded mattress preferences or specific back and joint problems, there may be ways to find a more comfortable mattress for a more affordable price. Firm Mattresses Here at Ben’s, the overwhelming majority of the mattresses that we sell fall in the range of medium to firm. These mattresses offer a number of benefits for our customers. For starters, firmer mattresses typically force sleepers into a neutral spine position, which keeps their bodies straighter and generally offers more spinal support. They also reduce pressure on the circulatory system, which allows blood to flow better throughout the body, as well as the respiratory system, which makes breathing easier and therefore delivers oxygen more easily throughout the body. Modern sleep science has done exhaustive research on these types of things and found that firmer mattresses are just flat-out better for nighttime and daytime comfort because they force your bones to support your weight while your sleep rather than your muscles. This keeps those muscles from getting sore and allows for better circulation, and while a firmer mattress might feel a bit odd at first to someone accustomed to a softer bed, the human body adapts quickly and, over time, there is sure to be a noticeable difference in the quality of sleep you get. At the end of the day, which mattress a customer chooses comes down to their personal tastes, but in a general sense we do not recommend buying mattresses

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Waterbed Terminology Explained: Simple Word Guidance for You

by Douglas Belleville @ STLBeds

Many people decide to ditch their mattress and box spring to return to a waterbed for its natural comfort and contouring to your body. This may seem like an easy task; however, the market has evolved to include many new items. Learning the waterbed terminology will help you to make decisions on a new waterbed.…

Does Lack of Sleep Really Cause Bags Under the Eyes?

by Jacky Gale @ Mattress World Northwest

“Gosh, you look tired today.” This is a line you’ll likely hear quite often if your uncomfortable, lumpy mattress is keeping you awake at night. Even if you manage to get sufficiently caffeinated to stifle your yawning, your family and friends can intuitively pick up on the physical changes in your appearance that indicate a […]

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Full vs. Queen Size Mattress - What Is The Difference Between Them?

Full vs. Queen Size Mattress - What Is The Difference Between Them?


The Sleep Advisor

Full-sized beds, also commonly referred to as “double beds” are generally bigger than a small twin bed and a bit tinier than the overly popular queen-sized bed.

Our In-Depth DreamCloud Bed Review for 2018

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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Where to Buy an Affordable Bedroom Set in Atlanta

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Ben’s Mattress & Furniture is a leading retailer in Atlanta’s mattress and furniture industry. In fact, here at Ben’s, we offer a number of truly excellent mattresses and bedroom sets capable of fitting any budget. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to get a better night’s sleep, and here in the Atlanta area, it’s hard to think of a better place to go shopping for new bedroom furniture. Three Tips for Buying an Affordable Bedroom Set in Atlanta Once you have decided to shop at Ben’s in search of a better night’s sleep or a more fashionable bedroom, the following tips can ensure that you make the most of your trip to one of our 14 Atlanta-area locations: #1 Find a Great Pairing Between Bedroom Set & Mattress There are several excellent bedroom sets available in our showroom, all of which start at prices well below $1,000 and include combinations of bedframes, headboards, footboards, dressers and mirrors. The Louis Philippe III Cherry Bedroom Set, for example, is a sleigh style bed in beautiful warm cherry wood, while the Fenbrook Bedroom Set and offers a darker wood and a more traditional look, and the Carlton Bedroom Set offers leather aesthetic flourishes on the headboard and footboard. Choosing the right style and adding a comfortable, affordable mattress is a great way to start your new bedroom right here at Ben’s. #2 Choose the Right Size Remember to have a good sense of the size of the bedroom before making any new purchase. If your room can’t accommodate a king-size bed, then consider a queen or full-size mattress instead. Couples typically prefer the larger sizes, but make sure you have a sense of just how much furniture you can fit in the room where you sleep. #3 Consider Current Bedroom Furniture Trends Mid-Century Modern style furniture is a big hit right now, which is why our Barzini and Serenity bedroom sets are a great option for those looking to take advantage of what’s trendy. We also have seen minimalistic trends in some bedroom furniture that strips away a lot of the more baroque flourishes in favor of something a little plainer and simpler. Several of our furniture sets are more understated for those that prefer something a little less ostentatious. If you have any questions about any of the terrific beds that we sell here at Ben’s, simply stop by or give us a call and we’ll happily walk you through the process of getting everything you need at a price you can appreciate. We even offer financing for those that would rather pay off for their mattresses and bedroom furniture over time. There are many possibilities here in terms of

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How to Choose Between a Twin and Full-Size Mattress

by Cullie Burris @ Ben's

Customers often ask us about whether or not they should purchase a king size mattress or a queen size mattress, but there is another debate in mattress sizes that exists for single sleepers. There are some key differences between a twin size mattress and a full-size mattress, and while both have their fair share of positive qualities, deciding on which one to purchase usually comes down to a matter of taste. Of course, one has to be familiar with the differences in order to to choose, which is where an exploration of these mattresses’ differences can come in handy. The following are some things to consider when deciding between a twin and a full-size mattress: Size The most obvious difference between the two mattresses is the size. At 54 inches in width, a full-size mattress actually is 15 inches wider than a twin, which is 39 inches across. While that’s plenty big for a single sleeper, a full-size bed also can be amenable for more than one person if the need requires it. Two children, for example, could share a full mattress rather comfortably. On the other hand, while 54 inches can accommodate two adults, it can be a bit of a tight fit depending on how those adults are accustomed to sleeping. Conversely, a full bed will feel more spacious for one person, especially if they have been used to sleeping in a twin. As the larger option, a full is a little more diverse for both single and double occupancy, but twin beds are perfectly appropriate for individual sleepers of all ages, as well. The Room So why would anybody choose the smaller twin mattress if the full-size one is larger and more accommodating? For starters, a smaller bedroom might not have the space to fit a full-size bedroom set comfortably. In order for a full-sized bed not to dominate the floor space in a room, it really needs to be ten feet by ten feet or larger. Anything smaller than that, and a twin-size mattress will be a better fit, allowing homeowners to fit other furniture items in the room, such as a dresser, bookshelf, or writing desk. Cost Not only that, but twin mattresses also are more affordable. To be fair, moving up to full-sized mattress is not that much of a difference, especially considering how often these beds are used and how long people own them, but for those on a tighter budget, the lower price of the twin beds may be a deciding factor. Even the accessories for twin beds, which include sheets, comforter sets, and mattress pads, are less expensive for twin mattresses, and that also can help customers decide on a size.

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Nothing Else Mattress in Vancouver

by Nothing Really Mattress @ Nothing Really Mattress

It was moving day in Strathcona Regional District, near Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. But someone couldn’t move everything they owned. Nor, apparently, could they bother to take it to a proper disposal site. Instead, they decided to leave it (as well as it’s twin, in the background, as well as other unwanted belongings) in...

Our Aviya Bed Review: Is This America’s Favorite for 2018?

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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4 Reasons You Should Always Use a Boxspring

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Because mattress sets are considered a major purchase for the majority of American consumers, we get a lot of questions here at Ben’s about whether the addition of box spring actually is necessary. Many people wonder whether or not they actually need the box spring for their new mattress to function properly, but the answer to this question never is a straight “yes” or a “no.” The reality lies in the gray area. The simplest answer we can give is that the need for a box spring depends entirely on the type of mattress and the type of bed. One universal truth is that a mattress does need to lay atop a hard, flat surface, making a boxspring an ideal option. Platform beds work, too, and though not aesthetically pleasing to most, some individuals place their mattress directly on the floor. Though box springs are not a mandatory addition to purchasing a mattress there are several reasons that make them worth the initial cost up front. Here are four reasons you should use a boxspring: Warranties Sometimes Require Box springs Most manufactures require that a mattress be supported by a box spring, at least if a customer is planning on filing a warranty claim at any point. It makes sense; these mattresses were designed to work at peak function in congress with these box springs, so if something goes wrong with a bed that was not being used in the manner the manufacturer intended, why would they be obligated to honor the claim? Some Two-Sided Mattresses Need the Support While many newer mattresses include all the built-in support a sleeper needs to be comfortable and get a good night’s rest, there are certain styles of two-sided mattresses that still require a box spring for ultimate support. If it is the type of mattress that can be flipped, it still needs a box spring, largely because support is why those box springs were invented in the first place. The Added Height Makes Getting in and out of Bed Easier Some people love their platform beds, but they also are quite a bit lower to the ground, which can make it harder to get in and out of bed. This may be no big deal for spring chickens, but older individuals who struggle with this daily act may prefer a box spring if only to lay down and rise up with relative ease every morning and every night. Your Bed May Need One for Aesthetic Reasons Finally, a raised bed flat-out looks better on most bedroom sets, filling the room a little more and making it feel more homey. A bed that is low to the floor can create a cavernous sensation

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The 6 Best Mattress Picks For Under $1000 – 2018 Edition

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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Find Full Mattress  that will look great in your home and complement the rest of your furniture. #iSofa #roomstogo

A Parent’s Guide to Buying the Right Crib Mattress

A Parent’s Guide to Buying the Right Crib Mattress


Verywell

Choosing the right crib mattress for your newborn can be confusing, but there are some safety tips that can help you select the right size and firmness.

The 6 Best Rated Hybrid Beds – 2018 Reviews & Comparisons

by Mark Reddick @ The Sleep Advisor

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Twin, Queen or King: What's The Right Size Bed Right for You?

Twin, Queen or King: What's The Right Size Bed Right for You?


The Spruce

Whether you sleep solo or you like to snuggle up, we'll help you figure out how to decide which bed gives you the room you need for comfortable sleep.

Four Reasons You Should Finance New Furniture

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

By the standards of most American consumers, purchasing a new bedroom set or even just a new mattress is a major purchase. Knowing this, and knowing how many people in need of new furniture do not have the cash on hand to pay for things in full the day of purchase, it only makes sense that we would offer generous financing here at Ben’s. While many individuals are able to pay for their furniture over time using their personal credit card, that often comes with significant interest rates. Financing through us, though, offers convenience, simplicity, and more money left in our customers’ pockets. When shopping for new furniture at Ben’s, whether you are shopping online or in-store, consider the following things when possibly financing a purchase: You Can Pay for Furniture Over Time The biggest advantage to financing a bedroom set or a new mattress is that you do not have to pay for everything up front. These purchases can amount to thousands of dollars depending on how many items you are buying, and with generous loan terms we are able to give our customers more time to make several smaller payments instead of one big one. Not everybody can take a four-digit hit to their checking account at once, but we offer flexible payment plans to spread out the financial burden. You Won’t Have to Pay Interest Even better news is that these financing terms often come with zero interest, which means there is no cost to the customer for spreading these payments out over time. Unlike credit cards, which tack on interest from day one, the Synchrony accounts we use here at Ben’s allow for spaced-out payments that effectively work the same way as cash. You Don’t Have to Have Established Credit While having good credit is ideal when financing something, at Ben’s we do not require that customers have established credit to take advantage of financing. There are some stipulations for applications with no credit, including a required down payment in-store, proof of employment, and valid state identification. This actually can be a great way to build credit for those getting started, and you get a new bedroom set and mattress in the bargain, too! You Can Apply In-Store In some instances, consumers need to get pre-approval for loans at banks or credit unions before even setting foot into a showroom, but that’s not how things work here at Ben’s. You can apply for financing and get approved in-store the day you’re ready to buy, making it incredibly easy to space out your payments for a big bedroom set purchase. While getting a new bed is really exciting, figuring out how to pay for it isn’t always.

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Top 5 Serta Adjustable Mattresses

by Star Newcomb @ The Sleep Judge

Where Do You Rank on the Mattress Comfort Scale?

by admin @ Mattress World Northwest

In the classic children’s story “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” Goldilocks visits the bear family’s home while they are away. Being very tired after eating all their porridge, she heads upstairs to the bedroom. She lays down in the first bed, but it is too hard. So she moves to the second bed, but it […]

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5 Myths About Latex Mattresses

by Sarah Klein @ Mattress World Northwest

Latex mattresses get a bad rap. Consumers who are uneducated about natural latex mattresses may have misconceptions about latex in particular, given its associations (latex hospital gloves, latex condoms, etc.), and latex mattresses in general. Even the word “latex” sounds synthetic – closer to the word “plastic” than “natural,” which may be the source of […]

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How to Buy a Mattress with Bad Credit

by Shop Manager @ Ben's

Even at a budget mattress store like Ben’s, a new bed can be outside of the financial means of a family that doesn’t necessarily have a large amount of money on-hand to spend on an improved night’s sleep. For this reason, Ben’s offers financing for customers to help spread out the cost of the mattress over time. Five Tips for Buying a Mattress with Bad Credit Of course, anybody that ever has bought anything on credit knows that the better the credit score, the more desirable the terms, and people with bad credit may even have had experiences where they were not offered financing at all because their scores were so low. Lenders see bad credit scores as a liability in terms of recouping a loan, so it can be hard to finance an item if you have an undesirable score. The good news is that Ben’s offers financing to all types of buyers.  If you are considering purchasing a mattress and you have bad credit, consider the following tips before delving into financing a new mattress or bedroom set: Clean Up Your Credit If you know the time is coming to purchase a new bed, perhaps consider delaying the purchase by a few months to clean up your score a bit. This might mean paying off past-due accounts, disputing credit report errors, and adding any positive information you can to your credit report. This could potentially boost your score enough to make financing a little easier and more cost effective. Don’t Make It Worse Even if you can’t do much to clean up your score, you can ensure that you don’t make it worse in the meantime. Pay everything on time and avoid starting any new credit cards or taking on any other new financing obligations. If you can steer clear of tax liens, debt collections, and late payments, you’ll have a better chance at getting desirable financing terms for your mattress. Expect Slightly Higher Interest Rates It is no secret that the best interest rates typically are reserved for those with better credit. While you may still be able to get a loan with a less-than-desirable credit score, you should expect to have a higher rate than the best advertised deals. Read the Fine Print Beyond that, sometimes financing can come with penalties if the financing isn’t paid off in the agreed-upon time frame. Knowing those types of items, as well as the exact terms of the loan itself, are important in ensuring you get the financing you need without further burdening yourself or worsening your credit somewhere down the line. Understand Your Budget The bottom line in all of this is that it’s important to understand just

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Why Are Hotel Beds So Comfortable?

by Jacky Gale @ Mattress World Northwest

Hotels know that the top priority of exhausted travelers is getting a good night’s sleep, which is why high-end hotels spare no expense when purchasing beds and bedding. If you long for the hotel bed experience, but would rather not live at the Marriott, head over to Mattress World Northwest. Our showrooms in the Portland […]

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The US Mattress Size Guide - Ted & Stacey's Mattress Guides

The US Mattress Size Guide - Ted & Stacey's Mattress Guides


Ted & Stacey's Mattress Guides & Reviews

Before starting to shop around for a new mattress it's wise to understand exactly which size will fit your preference and your room. Here are our tips.

What’s Inside a Mattress?

by Cullie Burris @ Ben's

Most customers are solely concerned about whether or not their mattresses are comfortable, seldom do any give consideration to exactly why they are comfortable. The truth is that mattresses can be built from a number of materials in many different ways to make up a sleeping surface for every type and shape of human body. The following is a look at what materials make up a mattress, and hopefully this information will help Ben’s customers find the right mattresses for them, regardless of whether they shop online or come visit us in person at our store. The Most Common Mattress Materials There are a handful of materials that are most common in mattresses, including: Steel Coils Many mattresses feature some type of steel coil, which either can be arranged in an open manner or individually wrapped or “pocketed.” They are the primary source of support in many types of beds. Foam The other main option is foam, which adheres to the contours of the body and sometimes regulates the temperature of the mattress. There are several types of foam used in today’s mattresses, including memory foam, gel memory foam, polyurethane foam, and others. Polyester Batting Some pillowtop mattresses use this polyester “fluff” to add some body to the top part of the mattress. Cotton There are several different ways that this popular material can be used in a mattress, ranging from interior uses to the exterior covering. What’s Inside an Innerspring Mattress? As mentioned above, there are two types of innerspring mattresses: one that individually pockets every spring, and one that lays the springs out in a more open manner. These typically are wrapped in some sort of cotton blend on the outside for general comfort, while the coils themselves are used for support. One thing to note is that more coils does not necessarily mean a more comfortable bed. More coils does mean a reduction in motion transfer, though, which can be nice for those that share a bed with a spouse or partner. What’s Inside a Foam Mattress? The insides of a foam mattress typically are constructed of layers of foam, with the top layer being the one meant to provide the majority of the support. There are all kinds of different types of foam ranging from hard to soft, but the layers of foam all work together to make sleepers comfortable and relieve stress on major pressure points. Unlike innerspring mattresses, which require extra materials to hold all the coils together, foam mattresses really just need an outside layer of material primarily for aesthetic purposes. What’s Inside a Hybrid Mattress? Hybrid mattresses have become increasingly popular, combining an innerspring base for support and a layer or two

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When Your Mattress Is Too Firm

by HenkinSchultz @ Beds by Design

People used to be told that an extra firm mattress was good on the back. This has been proven wrong with multiple studies including one that was based on 313 adults who had chronic lower-back pain. Those who slept on very firm mattresses reported nearly twice as much back pain. The result is a less […]

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How to Choose Between a Twin and Full-Size Mattress | Ben's

How to Choose Between a Twin and Full-Size Mattress | Ben's


Ben's

Both twin and full-size mattresses can be purchased with the same selections of support, materials and overall quality. Shop Ben's for the best deal online.

5 Reasons to get an Adjustable Foundation for your Mattress

by chadyde @ Beds by Design

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Nothing Really Mattress from 130 Baxter Street

by Nothing Really Mattress @ Nothing Really Mattress

Check out this nice typography. I have to say, I like how this artist made their mark- lingering at every joint in the letter so it looks more bubbly and whimsical. It’s a solid and vibrant green that really stands out over the plain white surface. Makes you stop and think. It seems that there’s...

Our Leesa Bed Review For 2018 – Should You Buy It?

by Jill Thompson @ The Sleep Advisor

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Our Voila Hybrid Mattress Review for 2018

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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Mattress Sizes | Mattress Size Guide

Mattress Sizes | Mattress Size Guide


leesa.com

Bed and Mattress Size comparison guide. Find the perfect mattress for your space. Find out why Leesa is the Better New Mattress with over 10,000 5-star reviews.

Twin XL vs Full Size Mattress

Twin XL vs Full Size Mattress


The Sleep Judge

Picking out a bed for your guest room or bedroom isn't always the easiest of tasks, especially if you aren't fully aware of which one would benefit you the most. When I was searching for a bed for my sons room, came to difficult task of choosing between a twin xl vs a full. I had to take the measurements of his room into consideration, how tall he was, how much sleeping space he needed, and a lot of other things. So, if you are in the same predicament that I was, here's how I chose between the twin XL and the Full. Comparison Table Twin XL The Pros and Cons Size & Sleeping Space Price Ease Of Movement Full The Pros and Cons Size & Sleeping Space Price Ease Of Movement Recommended Room Sizes Conclusion Twin XL vs Full Comparison Table Twin XL The twin XL mattress dimensions are 39" x 80" and is very commonly found in college dorm rooms and kids bedrooms. They are very accommodating to those who are taller in size and they are very affordable. Twin XL Pros and Cons

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