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    • Two screened brass side vents allow mattress to breathe
    • High quality innerspring design
    • Constructed of premium grade cotton and high-density urethane foam for maximum comfort and increased durability

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If you need to equip a homecare bed with a mattress, an innerspring mattress may be a practical option for you. Many people prefer innerspring mattresses for their durability, affordability, and excellent ventilation.

Innerspring mattresses are constructed with three different layers. The base layer consists of the core, which is make of springs. The springs are made up of metal coils, and the coils can vary in thickness. Thicker coils and more springs in a bed mean that the bed is more supportive.

The second layer of an innerspring mattress is its foundation. The foundation is usually made up of wool. This is what makes up the main part of the bed.

The bed’s upholstery makes up the third layer. The upholstery is often made out of foam, and this is the soft layer that you feel when you lie down on the bed.

Many innerspring mattresses are built with specific “comfort zones” designed to provide your body with both support and cushion, helping to keep you comfortable overnight.

One major advantage of an innerspring mattress is its excellent air ventilation. Because of the mattress’ construction, air can easily flow through it. This amounts to a cooler sleeping experience, reducing the chance of you sweating while you’re in bed. This is particularly important for anyone who has skin integrity issues, and the cooler environment can go a long ways in keeping skin healthy.

Innerspring mattresses come in a wide price range, from the very affordable to the more expensive. The price is often a reflection of the quality of the materials used in the mattress’ construction.