What is a Natural Latex Mattress?
Popularity of natural latex mattresses has grown with the increase in purchase quality control and consumption. There is a wide variety of natural latex mattresses due to differing manufacturing process used to make the mattress. Blended products are difficult to prove as natural, as certification requires the sole source of mattress materials to be organic in nature. You might have thought about chemicals being used in the manufacturing of your mattress, but in some instances, especially when dealing with latex, synthetic materials are used which are crafted from petrochemicals. In order to avoid unnecessary chemicals found in mattresses, look for those made of natural or organic latex. There are many benefits of purchasing a natural latex mattress including the comfort and reduction of pressure points on the body, and the natural material’s ability to combat bed bugs, dust mites, dirt, mold, and more.
Targeted Support and Targeted Pressure Relief
When shopping for a natural latex mattress, there are several things you should consider. Firstly, the targeted support and targeted pressure relief of the mattress. Targeted support describes the areas from where you receive the most support from the mattress. Mattresses vary in number of targeted support zones, and they may have the targeted support zones in different areas. Although the mattress is expensive, it still might not have the most targeted support zones. Looking closely at some of the major mattress brands on the market, such as Stearns and Foster, BeautyRest, and Tempurpedic, you will find that their products do not offer any targeted support zones. Additionally, the price point of their mattresses is between $1500-$7000. Brentwood Home, on the other hand, offers natural latex mattresses with five targeted support zones, and they offer mattresses between $795-$1795. When you go shopping for a latex mattress you should also keep in mind targeted pressure relief. These zones are responsible for stress relief in the areas that are most prone to building up the stress during the night. Again, the higher price of a mattress does not reflect the presence of more pressure relief zones. The major mattress brands such as Stearns and Foster, BeautyRest, or Tempurpedic don’t make their latex mattresses with specifically targeted pressure relief. Brentwood Home are offering latex mattresses that have up to three specifically targeted zones. To get the best night’s sleep, your mattress should have both targeted support and targeted pressure relief zones. At the same time, your body will receive the support and relief. This will be the most useful for people with injuries, pre-existing conditions, and for senior citizens.
Non-Toxic Materials and Chemical Free Fire Retardants
Surprisingly, chemicals and toxic materials are often used by latex mattress manufacturers. Both the source materials and the production process can be to blame for the presence of unwanted entities in your mattress. It is not enough just to declare a product “non-toxic". Companies must adhere to a certification process in order for their mattresses to be deemed “non-toxic". Mattresses made with non-toxic materials are currently not offered by brands such as BeautyRest Black, S&F, Saatva, and TempurPedic. Based on those mattresses we reviewed, only those made by Brentwood Home have been certified non-toxic. Another way for chemicals to sneak into your mattress is during production when flame retardants are added. Flame retardants are required by law to be added to mattresses. Treatment can occur in a variety of ways. Of the brands we reviewed, Brentwood Home is currently the only company treating its mattresses with chemical free fire retardants.
Our choice is a Brentwood Home Mattress
Purchasing a new mattress is a major decision, and it is one made infrequently. Whether you are concerned with comfort, durability, materials, or trustworthiness, Brentwood Home is the clear winner. Now you don’t have to choose between quality comfort and natural materials. Brentwood Home offers a 25-year warranty, free shipping and returns, and 120-night in-home trial, so you can feel confident about your decision. Contact Brentwood Home
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