We are seriously considering purchasing a Natura of Canada Greenspring Mattress from your website.
My apologies, but is there a difference between coil/hybrid latex and innerspring?
I was browsing your categories and I got a little confused.
We’ve had a memory foam for only three years now, and have come to the realization that it’s not for us.
If only we had seen your company before our purchase! :)
We’ve looked over your products, and was curious what your advice would be regarding our next step.
My husband is 340 pounds and about 6 foot. He’s a firefighter and is usually achy after working his shifts.
I’m approx. 150 and use to be an ER nurse, so I also fall into the category of “achy” most of the time as well.
We are looking for something that provides good solid support.
Thanks very much for any help and advice you can provide.
Take care, Jenna
There are 3 different types of foams used in the mattress industry.
Memory foam has proven to be the worst, over its 20-year history.
Polyurethane foam was the standard foam used since the 1970s.
Latex foam is and has been the best upholstery material for the last 100 years.
The foams used in the Natura of Canada Greenspring Mattresses are:
Natural plant-based polyurethane...'an inch of soft poly foam in the quilted cover and an inch of firm poly foam under the latex', just above the coils.
Natural Talalay Latex is in between the two poly foam layers.
There is no memory foam in this mattress.
All mattresses are upholstered with one or more types of foam.
The only one to avoid is memory foam. It’s the only one that is poor quality.
For the combination of long-lasting support under a 340 Lb man and providing long lasting surface comfort for a 150 lb. woman, I recommend going with the "Firm" model....Shown here:
Add to that, a Suite Sleep 3" Medium Soft Organic Latex Topper
The mattress comes with white glove delivery, which includes set-up in your bedroom.
The latex topper arrives via FedEx.