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You’ll find the right mattress for your unique sleeping situation at RC Willey. Whether you’re looking for a king size mattress for you and your partner or a twin mattress for the new bunk bed, you can be sure we have what you need. From ultra luxurious handmade Aireloom mattresses to TempurPedic memory foam mattresses and everything in between, you’ll be able to find the mattress that will give you a comfortable, supportive, temperature-regulated, relaxing sleep.
Where is the Best Place to Buy a Mattress?
RC Willey has a mattress for every back and every budget. With super knowledgeable sales associates and our 100-day sleep guarantee you can rest assured in every way. RC Willey offers in-house financing, delivery, rewards, and a 90-year history of amazing customer service. Come test them out today at one of our 11 locations across the West.
What is the Best Mattress - Innerspring Mattress vs Memory Foam Mattress
Consider your personal sleeping habits when contemplating purchasing an innerspring mattress or a memory foam mattress. Innerspring mattresses are bouncier and more responsive to sleepers who tend to move around. While a memory foam mattress isn’t as responsive, it is more conforming which lends to greater motion isolation. Today, most mattress options bring together the best of both worlds! Check out our hybrid mattresses which pair the comfort and responsiveness of a pocketed coil system and the conformity of the latest foam technologies.
How to Choose the Right Mattress
Super firm to ultra plush and everything in between! There are so many types of mattresses with different comfort levels that you are sure to find a mattress that will fit your individual needs. A firm mattress feels more stiff and has less give and offers more support while a soft mattress compresses easily when pressure is applied and feels like it is easier to sink in to.
If you’re experiencing back pain a firm mattress is the way to go because it helps support natural spine alignment, especially if you’re a stomach sleeper. It is also important if you have a bigger body as it offers greater support without sagging. You want to strike the right balance as too firm can exacerbate aches and pains.
If you’re a side sleeper, a softer mattress is the right choice. It provides cushioned support to the pesky pressure points in your shoulder, hips and knees. A soft mattress is also a better option for lighter individuals.
Remember it can take up to 100 days to adjust to the feel of a new mattress.