For quality assurance, we also have offerings from the best mattress brands, with household names such as Silentnight, Sleepeezee and Sealy lending their knowhow. Trust the sleep experts and choose from our best mattress deals with next day delivery as standard.
What Are The Different Types Of Mattresses?
With a plethora of mattress types to choose from, finding the right style is key for a calming, peaceful sleep. Our comprehensive range has everything from pocket spring to memory foam and latex mattresses, available in all sizes to suit any bedroom.
It’s important to consider construction when upgrading to a new mattress. Read on to find out more about our standout models. From the best budget mattress to a mattress for a bad back, follow our lead and achieve the perfect sleep.
Pocket Spring Mattress
These mattresses are comprised of thousands of small springs. Unlike traditional mattresses, pocket spring means each spring is wrapped in individual soft fabric pockets. These are then filled with various soft and luxurious fillings, creating that homely, comfortable feel as you sink into the bed. This also helps prevent ‘rolling’ at night, ideal for couples where there’s a weight difference. Expect all sizes, from small single to super king.
Memory Foam Mattress
These mattresses are ideal for support and comfort, shaping around your body as you sleep. With specialist technology, they respond to your sleeping position and offer the exact support you need.
This technology was developed by NASA in the 1960s and has been utilised for domestic use in foam mattress for lower back pain and other ailments for several years. Memory foam is made up of polyurethane and harmless chemicals which increase its density and viscosity, giving it that velvety, soft mattress feel for the highest levels of comfort.
Our range of orthopaedic mattresses for back pain are specially designed to give greater comfort and support to the neck, spine, hips and lower extremities. These joints often bear the brunt of day-to-day strain and require a specialist mattress to help with recovery and prevent the nightmare of aches and pains.
Mattress Firmness Scale - Is It Better To Sleep On A Hard Or Soft Mattress?
Once you’ve chosen the type of mattress you require, the next step is choosing the degree of firmness which best suits your desired comfort levels. Some people prefer soft mattresses, while others can only get a good night’s sleep if their mattresses are firm. Here are the three options available, and how to choose the right mattress firmness for you.
A soft mattress is the best mattress for side sleepers, providing maximum comfort and spine alignment, promoting a correct sleeping position. As your hips and shoulders are also pressure points, these mattresses helps provide extra cushioning.
Hitting the happy middle of the road comfort point, a medium firm mattress caters to a variety of sleepers. It’s also the best mattress for stomach sleepers, providing some much-needed spinal support.
While traditional firm mattresses don’t scream comfort, our contemporary high-firmness mattress are designed with cutting-edge technology that makes tossing and turning a thing of the past. The most supportive mattress type, firm mattresses help the spine stay naturally aligned at night.<
How To Choose A Mattress?
Consider two key factors before you buy a mattress – room size and sleeping position. Our extensive range has every size and every level of support.
On a budget? Plenty of our best value mattresses ensure you don’t have to scrimp and save. Filter by price and choose a mattress that leaves enough spare change for a mattress topper and luxury bedding too.
How Long Do Mattresses Last?
A high-quality mattress should last roughly 7-10 years. You can prolong the life of your mattress with good care from the day it arrives. Regularly turn, rotate and flip to give your mattress time to recover from nightly use. You can also extend the life of your mattress with regular cleaning and vacuuming, as well as the assistance of our protectors.
How To Clean A Mattress
Just like the rest of your bedding, a mattress will need a little cleaning. Mattresses can be home to dust and allergens. Your mattress may also be affected by sweat and other moisture that exists in your home.
Clean your mattress at least twice a year, and ideally at least twice as often. Start with the vacuum cleaner, getting into every nook and cranny. Once you've cleaned the mattress, washed away stains and used a compatible cleaning solution, go over it one last time. Use your vacuum cleaner to remove the loose powder and any dust that you might have brought out. That said, make sure to check the specific cleaning instructions as some will not be suitable for the above process.
Mattresses With Next Day Delivery
You don't have to wait long for a better night's sleep with our next day mattress delivery service. Buy a mattress online for delivery to most mainland UK addresses. We aim to deliver the very next day whenever it's possible to do so.
If you live in the Highlands or Grampians, there may be a slight delay. Some postcodes may be subject to an additional £30 fee. All of the information about these extra charges can be found on our delivery page.
If you have any further questions or need some help, get in touch with our expert team on 0333 0069 769