We spend about a third of our life in bed, making the mattresses we select a critical factor to our overall health and well-being. Studies show that poor sleep is linked to a number of medical conditions, including:
- Obesity and diabetes
- memory and concentration problems
- high blood pressure and heart disease
- weakened immune system functioning
All mattresses degrade over time, but those constructed with high-quality materials hold out longer before problems occur.
Here’s a quick review on selecting for longevity and how different mattress materials age.
How Different Mattress Materials Age
Foam Mattresses: Foam mattresses usually have a lifespan of 6-7 years.
Innerspring Mattresses: Spring mattresses have an average life of 5½-6½ years depending on the quality of the coils or springs. Heavier gauge coils are more supportive and last longer.
Hybrid Mattresses: Lifespans of hybrid mattresses vary, based on the quality of materials used, but they typically last 6½-7½ years.
Latex Mattresses: Latex mattresses last in the range of 7½-8½ years. Natural latex is more durable than synthetic.
Warranty is an indicator of the quality of any mattress. Michigan-made Restonic mattresses, for instance, offer warranties between 10 and 15 years. Most other mattresses have 5- to 8-year warranties.
Restonic mattresses are handcrafted using the finest materials. Every mattress and box spring is hand-bagged, and a final inspection is made to ensure that every new sleep set is flawless. If you want to enjoy a good night's sleep on a mattress built for comfort and support, Restonic is your choice.
Our selection of Restonic mattresses range from twin to king, and even California King by special order. Restonic mattresses feature individually pocketed coils and offer several options in firm, plush and pillowtop styles. If you are unsure what's going to be best for you, our experienced sales team is always on hand to assist.
When you are looking to find a Restonic mattress or need some other piece of stylish, functional and affordable furniture, we’re here to help. With decades of furniture sales and service behind us, we are the furniture provider of choice in and around Kalamazoo. To find out more, call us at (269) 430-2525.