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Pocket Sprung Mattresses

Our pocket-sprung mattresses are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from single to super king, and can be arranged or positioned to accommodate any type of sleeping arrangement. We stock a wide variety of mattresses, including ones designed specifically for bunk beds as well as extra-firm options that provide excellent support for the spine.

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What is a pocket sprung mattress?

A pocket sprung mattress is one that is made up of individual springs that are each wrapped in its own fabric pocket. These pockets allow the springs to move independently of one another, which helps them support you better and reduces motion transmission.

Pocket-sprung mattresses frequently have variable firmness levels, allowing them to be used for a variety of sleep positions and preferences. They can also be composed of foam or latex to make them more comfortable and supportive.

What are the benefits of a pocket sprung mattress?

Popular pocket sprung mattresses have several benefits. Because the mattress springs conform to your body shape and weight, they give excellent body support. This prevents pressure points and relieves sleeping pain.

They come in a number of firmness levels, which can benefit people with certain sleep demands. They can support back and stomach sleepers or let side sleepers sink in, they are a great choice for anyone looking for a comfortable, supportive mattress.

The biggest distinction between them is how many independent springs are contained in each. A 1000 pocket sprung mattress will have 1000 springs sewn into pockets under a thick layer of padding; a 2000 pocket sprung mattress will have 2000 springs; a 3000 pocket sprung mattress will have 3000 springs and so on.


When a mattress has more springs, it better conforms to the shape of your body and distributes your weight more evenly. This benefits people with back pain. In any case, remember that the price will go up as more springs are added. 


However, keep in mind that a mattress's quality isn't just about how many springs it has, the quality of the materials used to make a mattress can also affect how it feels and how long it will last.

We suggest getting a new mattress every 7–10 years, but this will depend on how often you use it and the quality of the mattress. If your mattress is getting old or uncomfortable, it's probably time to think about getting a new one. If you have allergies or trouble breathing, you should replace your mattress more often to make sure it doesn't have allergens like dust mites.

The easiest way to dispose of a mattress is to recycle it at a local recycling centre, donate it to a charity, or arrange for a bulk pickup service. These options can help keep the mattress out of a landfill while also benefiting others in need. It is critical to properly prepare the mattress for disposal, such as wrapping it in plastic to avoid damage and contamination during transport. While acquiring a new mattress, certain retailers may also provide disposal services. When getting rid of a mattress, look into the options in your city.

People who require a lot of support, such as those who sleep on their stomachs, may consider selecting an exceptionally firm mattress because it provides the most support. People who sleep on their sides or backs may prefer a mattress with a firmness level of medium to very firm.

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