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Wrapped Coil Mattress vs. Traditional Innerspring: What You Need to Know

Wrapped Coil Mattress vs. Traditional Innerspring: What You Need to Know

In today’s blog, we’ll be taking a look at the difference between traditional innerspring and wrapped coil mattresses.

Making sure that you get a good night’s sleep is one of the most critical things you can do for your overall health. When you’re well-rested, you’re better able to make healthy and informed decisions; you are less prone to stress, and so much more. With the importance of sleep in mind, finding the right mattress for you is something that can’t be taken lightly. Understanding the different types of mattresses available can help you make an informed and thorough decision leading to a happier, better-rested life. With this in mind, we’ll be taking a look at the difference between traditional innerspring and wrapped coil mattresses.

Innerspring Mattress

While they were once the height of mattress technology and a source of great comfort, the traditional innerspring mattress has become a thing of the past. Although they are still available, and some do prefer them, there are more comfortable options available for today’s mattress shoppers. Innerspring mattresses contain an interconnected series of springs that are thinner in the center than at the top or bottom. These are sometimes referred to as “open coil” systems and have the tendency to all move or sink at the same time. While they’re not the best for everyone, innerspring coil beds are often cheaper and can be a particularly good option for children’s beds.

Wrapped Coil Mattresses

The wrapped coil option has become one of the most popular styles of mattress over the last few years. Often, it pairs memory foam or gel pads with coil technology. While there are still coils involved, each coil is individually placed and wrapped. This process, although more time consuming and expensive to manufacture, allows for a quieter mattress with less motion transfer. Wrapped spring mattresses often last longer and relieve pressure better than their counterparts as well.

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