My wife and I have decided to buy new mattresses for us and our children for Christmas.
The things I'm looking for are:
Good quality without breaking the bank.
No chemical off gassing, which seems to be a major problem with most mattresses.
They must be delivered in time for Christmas.
Is this too tall of an order? Am I expecting too much?
Since most local stores are a sea of mattresses upholstered with toxic memory foam, (the source of all that chemical off gassing), and given the supply chain problems in this country at this time, it does sound like quite
a tall order. However, you came to the right place.
We carry a line of mattress from The Wolf Corp. Established in 1873, Wolf is the oldest mattress manufacturer in the country that has continually been owned and operated by the same family.
The make excellent quality mattresses at reasonable prices.
All of the components in their mattresses are US made, so they have not affected by supply shortages.
As a result, it takes between 1 and 2 weeks for your order to arrive...certainly in time for Christmas.
The upholstery is natural, plant based polyurethane foam.
There is NO Memory Foam in any of these mattresses and NO Chemical Off Gassing to worry about.
Of all their mattresses, the Brolynn Old Fashioned Two-Sided model in Plush is the most comfortable.
Here is a link to their line of mattresses:
Click on each one to view specifications and prices.
I've come across your site many times and thought I'd reach out.
I am 42 and suffer from a sports hernia and hip joint issue.
Due to my injuries, I have a weakened core and suffer lower back painif my core is not supported properly.
I sleep on my side/tummy.
I cannot have a bed that allows my core to sink, and it can't be too hard that my hips feel pressure.
I am 35 lbs over weight, that seems to remain consistent no matter what I do!
I have been sleeping on an Endy mattress for 2.5 years and hate it.
I have more pain now than ever and I can hardly get out of the bed in the morning because of it.
I thought my injury was just getting worse until last week when I stayed at holiday inn express for 3 nights and quickly realized I had no pain in the morning. Since being back home, I can hardly walk.
Before Endy we had a Tempur-Pedic which also caused me crippling pain.
The hubby isn't a fan of the Endy, either.
He sleeps back/side and has had upper back and neck pain ever since we got this stupid bed.
Can you suggest a bed for us?
An individually pocketed coil unit is designed to maintain the natural alignment of the spine, which is the best you can do to relieve pain from disc related back problems.
The worst you can do is any mattress upholstered with memory foam.
Memory foam softens as it warms from your body heat, allowing you to sink, which throws off your spine's alignment. Any mattress upholstered with memory foam will make any back problems worse.
That hotel mattress used an individually pocketed coil and no memory foam.
We specialize in mattresses that have no memory foam in them.
You have a couple of options at different price points.
I'm recommending the Wolf Brolynn Old Fashioned Two Sided Mattress.
You’ll what that in the choice of “Plush” for the surface comfort you need.
Click on this link to view specifications and prices.
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