Innerspring mattresses are one of the most common mattress types available. Tempered steel coiled springs and layers of foam are used to reduce pressure points and ensure your body is supported throughout the night.
Coil Gauge: The gauge of coil is the thickness of the wire used in a mattress. The lower the gauge, the thicker/heavier the wire, which will create a firmer feel.
Coil Count: The coil count indicates the number of coils used in an innerspring mattress. A high coil count does not necessarily translate into a higher quality mattress.
Comfort Layers: Innerspring mattresses can vary in comfort levels, from extra firm to super-soft. A combination of various foams, either soft or firm, are used to create your desired comfort level.
Edge Support (tool tip near edge): Mattresses with edge support offer comfort across the entire mattress, helping the mattress retain its shape and provide long-lasting comfort.
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