We recommend 10 cm more than the height of the tallest person sleeping on the mattress. So, if you measure 190cm you should choose a 200 cm mattress.
The height of the mattress alone has nothing to do with density. The height of the mattress will transmit grandeur and beauty to your room. The density will depend on the amount of raw material used in this mattress. For example: For a person of average height, a 12 cm D30 mattress will support our body better than a 22 cm D20 mattress.
The spring mattress has the characteristic of allowing high comfort, resistance, breathability and durability for people with greater weight. When the mattress has good quality the durability is much greater than the foam mattress. Foam mattresses have various densities, each of which is suitable for a specific weight range. This allows a greater adaptation of the mattress to the person's body structure, increasing comfort and durability.
The firmness level of the mattress that is right for you usually depends on your body type, sleeping position and personal preference. Some people prefer to sleep on a softer surface, while others need the support of a medium-firm mattress to avoid back pain. Generally, a mattress that is too firm can inhibit circulation, while a soft mattress does not sufficiently support the lower back and shoulder area. Most people adapt well with a mattress described as medium-firm.
Once produced, the foam or bagged spring mattress is vacuum-rolled and placed in a specially designed box for easy transport. Benefits of this type of packaging:
- Product compression by 80% (it becomes easier to handle).
- It is possible to transport 5x more product in the same available space.
- Dramatically decreases CO2 emissions to the planet. As soon as you receive it in your house, just open the box, remove the mattress on the platform, open the packaging and let it recover its shape. After a short time, you'll be ready to start sleeping well!