- A firm mattress provides a comfortable sleeping surface with better back support, improved spine alignment, and reduced pressure points.
- It is important to note that the right firmness level is crucial for quality sleep, and not everyone may prefer a firm mattress. Medium-firm or soft mattresses may be more suitable for some individuals.
- Turmerry offers a range of firm mattresses made from high-quality materials, including Natural and Organic All-Foam Latex Mattresses, Egg Crate Mattresses, and a Hybrid Mattress that can be made firmer with a mattress topper.
- In addition to firmness, Turmerry mattresses offer benefits such as improved breathability, temperature regulation, motion isolation, durability, and edge support for better sleep.
- Turmerry offers free shipping and easy returns, giving buyers the confidence to try out the mattress without risk and return if it doesn't work for them.
Turmerry Mattresses Feature Multiple Firmness Levels
Turmerry understands the need for a firm surface beneath you as you sleep. As such, each of our three latex
mattresses has been imbued with a great sense of firmness and strength! You are able to customize select
mattresses to be “medium-firm” or "firm." We’ll soon be offering an “extra-firm” option for those who love
latex we use in our mattresses is denser and more resilient than Talalay latex. Plus, with our quality
construction, you can be sure to get a firm mattress that meets all your support needs!
Choose From 3 Unique Firm Mattress Types
We have three different latex mattress types—Latex Foam Mattress, Latex Hybrid Mattress, and Latex Egg Crate
Mattress. Each has varying levels of firmness for you to choose from.
Natural and Organic Latex Mattress
Turmerry’s natural and organic latex mattress is all-foam. It features three layers of Dunlop latex foam combined
with a wool layer and an organic cotton cover. You can customize its thickness, of which you can choose 8, 10,
or 12 inches. You can customize its firmness, of which you can choose soft, medium, or firm (extra-firm soon to
come). And you can customize its size, of which all standard mattress sizes are available.
Latex Hybrid Mattress
Bringing you the best qualities of spring and foam, the Turmerry latex hybrid mattress combines 8"pocket coils
with 2" latex foam. These are then wrapped in layers of GOTS-certified wool and cotton.
Totaling around 10 inches in thickness, the hybrid offers you a medium-firm experience. It provides fantastic
support with its spring coils and soothing comfort with its latex comfort layer. You can customize its size and
choose from twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king.
Egg Crate Mattress
twist on the plain surface of our all-foam mattress, we introduce to you the egg crate mattress. It harbors
a similar construction as that of its predecessor, but with an added layer of egg crate foam atop it. This
egg crate layer offers an addition to the pressure relief front.
customize its firmness from soft, medium firm, or firm (extra firm coming soon). You can also customize its
thickness from 8, 10, or 12 inches and its size from twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, or Cal king.
What is the Best Firm Mattress Offered by Turmerry?
We would recommend the natural and organic latex mattress if you’re seeking the highest
firmness. Just customize its thickness to 12 inches and set its firmness to "firm," and you should
be good to go!
When you’re assembling the mattress, you’ll get three or four foam layers depending on the height you choose.
These layers include two 'firm' latex foam layers, one 'medium-firm' latex foam layer, and an 'egg-crate'
foam layer. Place one 'firm' foam layer as the base, then place the 'medium-firm' foam layer above it. After
that, place the second 'firm' foam layer atop the 'medium firm' layer, and top it all off with the
The natural and organic latex mattress is completely made from the Dunlop technique, ensuring greater
And, no matter how firm you want your mattress to be, the egg-crate foam layer you get will guarantee that
have enough pressure relief.
Best Firm Mattress - Buyer's Guide
What is a firm mattress?
Going by the definition in the Cambridge dictionary, firmness is "the quality of being
strong and tight." In other words, a firm mattress provides a supportive sleeping environment with a strong,
Any type of construction can be used to create firm mattresses. They can be all-foam as well as spring-type,
consisting of both spring and foam.
All-foam mattresses tend to have denser foams than softer mattresses, so they are more supportive and less likely
to sag over time. The three most well-known all-foam mattress types are latex, memory foam, and polyfoam.
In an innerspring construction, firmness is determined by the shape, gauge, coil count, and material. The two
most well-known spring-type firm mattresses are hybrids and innerspring beds.
Who is a firm mattress ideal for?
A firm mattress is ideal for people who prefer the supportive sleeping surface that firm mattresses offer. Always
make sure you are certain that you want a firm mattress before making your purchase. A firm mattress might not
be comfortable enough for some people, such as those who are thin or tend to sleep on their sides.
Heavy people often need a firm, supportive mattress to avoid sinkage that causes spinal misalignment. Since a
firm mattress helps to lessen pressure points, it is also great for people who experience back and joint pain.
Firm mattresses are also useful for those who prefer to sleep on their stomach or back, as they help maintain the
spine's natural alignment. Overall, a firm mattress can be used by almost anyone who doesn't feel uncomfortable
sleeping on it.
How can you decide what the ideal firm mattress is for you?
When it comes to choosing the perfect firm mattress for your sleep needs, there are several factors to consider.
Finalize your budget
You must first decide on your budget. Prices for firm mattresses range from affordable options ($500 to $800) to
luxurious models ($1500 and above). The best firm mattresses are made of high-density foam, but they are also
more expensive. For about $1000, you can purchase a good, standard-sized firm mattress. You might even be able
to buy a high-quality firm mattress for $1,000 or less during a mattress sale.
Choose high quality mattress material
You'll want to consider the materials used in the mattress, as this will affect its comfort, support, and
lifespan. Natural latex typically lasts 15 to 20 years and strikes a balance between comfort and support. Memory
foam has a lifespan of about 10 years and offers more comfort than support. Spring types have a lifespan of
about 10 years and will offer more support than comfort.
Consult the mattress firmness scale
The firmness scale evaluates a mattress' firmness on a scale of 1–10. Mattresses ranging from very soft to soft
are represented by numbers 1 through 3. Medium soft to medium-firm mattresses are identified by numbers 4
through 6. Firm to very firm mattresses are represented by numbers 7 through 10. A suitable firm mattress can be
found in the range of numbers 7 to 10.
Consider your shopping avenue
If you're shopping online, you'll have access to various mattress options. But until you receive them, none of
them will be available for you to touch and feel. You'll get a trial period, so don't worry about feeling stuck
with your purchase. If you go the in-person route, you'll be limited to a smaller selection of mattress types to
choose from. Additionally, you won't benefit from the same price reduction that you would online.
Take into account the legitimacy of the mattress retailer
Verify the legitimacy of the retailer by getting in touch with them or going to their address. Checking their
reviews will also show you whether they have a solid reputation with their clientele. Always ensure that the
retailer offers competitive pricing, a solid warranty, a clear return policy, and responsive customer service.
This helps you get in touch with them and resolve any problems arising after your purchase.
What are the different types of firm mattresses?
There are several different types of firm mattresses on the market today. Latex, memory foam, innerspring,
hybrid, and air mattresses make up most firm mattresses. There are benefits and drawbacks to each of these
mattress types, so it's important to do your research.
Mattresses made from latex are either obtained from rubber trees or using chemicals. Compared to synthetic latex,
natural latex mattresses are firmer. Their molecular structure is much more rigid, especially when made using
the Dunlop method. Latex mattresses provide an excellent balance of comfort and support.
Natural latex mattresses have a higher price tag, but they come with unique properties that compensate for it.
Among the benefits of this mattress are the cooling provided by the breathable foam, the exceptional bounce, and
its lifespan of up to 15-20 years. Natural latex foam is also hypoallergenic, implying a lower risk of allergy
and ease of maintenance.
Memory foam mattress
Memory foam mattresses are synthetic, manufactured by making polyurethane more dense and viscous. In comparison
to low-density versions, high-density memory foam is firmer. They do, however, retain more heat than low-density
foam, making the bed warmer while you sleep on it. Memory foam with a higher density also costs more than foam
with a lower density.
Mattresses made of memory foam are renowned for their ability to conform. They provide exquisite levels of
pressure relief and body adaptation to the sleeper. However, as a result of this, the amount of support you get
Memory foam's heat retention and off-gassing are some other problems that might put off buyers. Open-cell memory
foam that has been infused with gel or copper can help to address some of these problems.
Innerspring mattresses are traditional models using spring coils to provide heavy support. The spring coils,
which serve as the support core, are either pocketed, continuous, offset, or Bonnell coils. The coil count
(number of coils) and coil thickness indicate how firm an innerspring mattress will be.
With increased coil count and thickness, the price of an innerspring mattress will rise along with its level of
support. A thin layer (or layers) of foam is also sometimes used by innerspring as a comfort layer. If you want
a good level of firmness, the best comfort layers to choose from are latex and memory foam. A pocket coil spring
layer can also improve motion isolation and provide personalized body support.
Hybrid mattresses are a modern version of innerspring mattresses. They, too, use spring coils as their support
core to provide a firm, supportive mattress surface. The difference between hybrids and innersprings is that
hybrids don't just offer support. The comfort layer in a hybrid will be given the same priority as the spring
layer, resulting in a balance of comfort and support.
Increasing the coil count and thickness of a hybrid makes it firmer. The comfort layer of a hybrid, made of latex
foam or memory foam, will already be thicker than that of an innerspring, resulting in greater firmness. A firm
hybrid mattress will also have pocketed coils, which tend to give better support than most of their
counterparts. You can get the best of both spring and foam mattresses with a hybrid, but it will cost more than
an innerspring mattress.
Air mattresses, also known as airbeds, are highly customizable and easily portable mattress types. The mattress
itself is made using Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) or textile-reinforced rubber/plastic. By manually or automatically
pumping more air into the air chambers, you can make an air mattress firmer. Similarly, firmness can be reduced
by removing air, making it simple to find the ideal firmness for you.
Most air mattresses are purchased for short-term use, like when traveling or for guest rooms. They can be
purchased for low prices ($100-$500) or high prices (above $500). The higher-quality ones typically have foam
layers made of latex, memory foam, or polyfoam. Aside from adding more air, increasing the firmness of the foam
layer can also aid in making an airbed more supportive.
What is the best firm mattress one can find today?
Well, the best firm mattress will not be the same for everyone reading this article. Each firm mattress type has
a different construction method, material, and price. It's possible that your opinion on one of these factors
differs from ours, so in the end, only you can decide what is right for you.
That being said, we believe that natural latex is the best firm mattress you can find today. A harmony of support
and comfort is necessary for the majority of sleepers. This harmony, and much more, can be easily achieved with
an all-foam mattress made of natural latex foam.
Let's take a look at certain benefits that natural latex
It is natural and safe to use - A certified natural latex mattress is devoid of harmful
chemicals. This means they don't emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs), so people who are sensitive to
chemicals can sleep soundly. Natural latex mattresses being eco-friendly also makes them good for the
It is supportive and great for all sleep positions - Natural latex mattresses come in a
variety of firmness options, including soft, medium, and firm. No matter what position you sleep in, a
medium-firm or firm latex mattress offers enough support to keep your spine in neutral alignment. Make
sure that the latex mattress you choose has a layer of Dunlop latex, as it is firmer than Talalay latex.
It provides great contouring and pressure relief - Although memory foam is frequently
regarded as the best contouring mattress, latex doesn't lag far behind. The ideal firm mattress should
have both support and comfort capabilities. Latex mattresses are elastic due to their rubbery origin.
This lets them conform to your body's contours very well to provide a great level of pressure relief
alongside firm support.
It is bouncy and responsive - When asked what latex mattresses are best known for, the
most common answer is their bounce and quick response. Being rubber at its core, latex doesn't give the
sensation of being "stuck" that you often get in memory foam. You can move around freely atop a latex
mattress. Every time you move, the mattress readjusts in response to provide you with the necessary
It is cooling and breathable - Natural latex foam can create a highly cooling firm
mattress thanks to its open-cell structure. Its breathability allows air to pass through easily and
doesn't retain heat like memory foam. If the latex foam is perforated, then the cooling will be
increased. Hot sleepers, who have been seeking a good, cooling mattress, will find latex to be an ideal
solution to their problem.
It is hypoallergenic and easy to maintain - A latex mattress is hypoallergenic and will
not aggravate allergies (except latex allergies). The hypoallergenic property keeps allergens like dust
mites and mold at bay. It also makes cleaning the mattress easier.
It is resilient and durable - The average lifespan of a natural latex mattress can be
anywhere from 15-25 years, depending on how well you maintain it. This lifespan is much more than any of
its competitors, making your investment worthwhile. As they age, natural latex mattresses remain
resilient for at least two decades, preventing any early onset of issues such as sagging.
As you can see, natural latex mattresses have all the ideal characteristics a mattress should have. Natural latex
is the best option for a firm mattress, in our opinion. However, because the material is difficult to obtain,
they are somewhat expensive. Your investment in this luxury firm mattress is made worthwhile by the attributes
you've read above.
Hybrids, innersprings, and memory foam are our secondary recommendations. Though they don't offer the same
benefits as latex in many ways, they are less expensive and provide an adequately firm mattress surface to sleep
How and where can you purchase a firm mattress?
You can purchase a firm mattress both online and in-store
Online mattress purchase
Buying a firm mattress online is the route we'd suggest you take. There are many online mattress retailers, each
offering a different type of mattress. Whatever material or design you're looking for will be right at your
fingertips. All you need to do is research a retailer's reputation, the kind of mattress you want, and the best
offer you can find.
Shopping online also lets you alter your mattress however you see fit. This means you get a wide range of
firmness options, from ultra-plush to ultra-firm. You can even increase certain features, like height, to
enhance the overall firmness.
The mattress(-in-a-box) will be delivered
to your door within a few days of placing your order. With fewer overhead expenses, online retailers can afford
to offer free shipping and various discounts all year long. Plus, with the trial period you get, you needn't
worry about being stuck with your purchase.
In-store mattress purchase
Shopping in a physical store is worth trying out, as you can touch and feel what you're buying beforehand. If
you're unsure of the mattress firmness you want, trying out different types of firm mattresses at a store can be
helpful. When shopping in person, look for the people who work at the store. They may be able to assist you in
locating what you seek.
In-store shopping is inconvenient, however. To find a good mattress, you must visit several shops. Even then, it
might not be as sturdy as the one you could have found online. Additionally, there isn't much choice when
shopping in-store. If you find a good firm mattress, you will have to pay extra for delivery. You may even have
to carry it back yourself sometimes, which is harder with a firm mattress, as they use denser foam.
What is the ideal mattress firmness for different body weights?
When choosing the mattress firmness, we can classify body weight into three categories -
Less than 130 pounds
For sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds, it is better to go for a soft or medium-firm mattress. This firmness
level can provide the right amount of contouring and pressure relief that you won't get from a firm mattress.
Between 130 and 230 pounds
Medium-firm is the best option for sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds. People around 130 pounds can try out soft
if it suits them. Similarly, those around 230 pounds may find a firm mattress to be more suitable than a
medium-firm. But, medium-firm is usually the ideal choice in this weight category, as you get a balance between
proper comfort and support.
More than 230 pounds
Sleepers above the 230-pound mark should opt for a firm mattress. They can be deceptively soft in terms of
comfort. They will also provide the proper support that you won't get in a medium-firm or soft mattress.
What is the ideal mattress firmness for different sleeping positions?
There are three common sleeping positions adopted by
sleepers, namely - side, back, and stomach sleeping. Those who combine all of them are called combination
Side sleepers will find medium-firm mattresses to be more suitable than firm mattresses. Their spine needs good
support, while their hips and shoulders need good contouring to avoid pressure sores. A firm mattress will
provide the support, but it may not be as effective at contouring.
Back and stomach sleepers
If you sleep on your back or stomach, a firm mattress can be a great choice. Firm mattresses provide superior
spine support and aid in keeping the spine in alignment. This helps a lot, as external factors, such as gravity,
increase the risk of spinal misalignment in these sleep postures.
Furthermore, a firm mattress evenly distributes body weight. Since your body is completely spread out on the
mattress surface, you won't experience discomfort as you do when sleeping on your side.
A firm mattress may or may not be comfortable for combination sleepers. It would depend on which sleeping
position they prefer most, their body weight, and whether they suffer from pain.
Medium-firm is the most common choice for a combination sleeper, as it comfortably supports all sleeping
postures. A firm mattress may, however, be appropriate for those who prefer back and stomach sleeping
most, weigh over 230 pounds, and/or have pain that can be eased by a firm surface.
What is the ideal firm mattress for different pains and aches?
In terms of pains and aches, each individual reacts differently to firm mattresses. Some people find them
particularly helpful for back pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, body pain, and joint aches. These are usually
people who prefer a firm mattress to sleep on, such as heavy people and back and stomach sleepers.
Some people find that firm mattresses increase their pain. This is because sleepers experience too much pressure
on the painful area, resulting in inflammation. It may even cause them to experience new, unrelated pains.
Thin people and side sleepers are usually the ones who find a firm mattress uncomfortable to sleep on.
Medium-firm mattresses are ideal for such people, as they provide pressure point relief, thus reducing aches and
If your current mattress is too soft, how can you make it firmer?
A mattress that is too soft will pull you down into it. Some people may enjoy this because it gives them the
sensation of being hugged and is thus relaxing. However, there are some disadvantages to having a soft mattress.
They pose risks such as spinal misalignment and pain inflammation, which can lead to problems in the future, if
Here are some tips on deciding if your mattress is too soft -
You're feeling uncomfortable while you sleep.
You're waking up with persistent pain and aches in the morning.
You're unable to move around well atop the mattress.
You're sinking into the mattress and can feel its bottom layer.
You feel tired during the day.
Here's what you can do to fix it -
Buy a mattress topper
A mattress topper is an excellent bedding accessory that can firm up your mattress. It is a single layer of
material that you can purchase and place on top of your mattress to change its feel. We would recommend getting
a firm latex mattress topper, as it provides excellent comfort, support, cooling, and bounce. It will also last
long, up until you can purchase a new mattress or another mattress topper.
Tighten your bedding
Tuck your bedding into each corner of the bed, ensuring that it is tight and flat on the mattress. The bedding
will provide you with more firmness by tightening the mattress through pressure.
Flip and rotate your mattress
Flipping and rotating your mattress on a regular basis keeps it healthy and prevents sagging over time. If you
sleep on a single side of the mattress for an extended period of time, it will sink down and provide less
Air out your mattress
Airing out your mattress removes any moisture that has accumulated within it. Moisture can cause a mattress to
become damp and less supportive. Maintain your bare mattress in a standing position (against a wall) in a
well-ventilated room. Check that no direct sunlight is falling on your mattress.
Change your room temperature
Certain foams respond to temperature. Memory foam is one such mattress material that is sensitive to its
environment. It softens in hot weather, similar to how body heat makes it conform better. It hardens in cold
weather. Changing the temperature of your room with an air conditioner or thermostat may help firm up your
Get a good mattress foundation
A mattress foundation is essential to a firm bed setup. Sure, you can simply place your mattress on the floor and
claim that it makes it firm. But, leaving your mattress on the floor causes it to accumulate impurities, thereby
reducing its integrity. A good mattress foundation, such as a metal, solid platform, or slatted foundation, can
help firm up your mattress without ruining it.
Add plywood between your mattress and foundation
Placing a firm substance, such as plywood, between the mattress and the foundation may help your mattress be even
firmer. Think of it as a mattress topper for your foundation. It may even help reduce the eventual sagging over
Return the mattress (if possible)
If the mattress is brand new and you are still in the trial period, you will be able to return it to the
retailer. If you can do this, it is preferable to any of the steps listed above. Purchase a new mattress with
your refund, or exchange the soft mattress for a firmer one from the same retailer.
Buy a new firm mattress
After attempting all of the aforementioned techniques, some of you should have a
mattress that is firmer than it was before. If you don't, your mattress is probably past its prime, and it's
time to invest in a new one. Make certain that you purchase a firmer mattress made of high-quality materials
Is a firm mattress good for your back?
Firm mattresses can be good for your back as they promote good posture and prevent spinal misalignment.
However, firm beds could prove to be too firm for some people, causing issues to their backs and causing them
Make sure a firm mattress for back pain is comfortable for you to sleep on before buying it.
What can you do if your mattress is way too firm for your liking?
Similar to a mattress that is too soft, an extra firm mattress can also be harmful. A lack of contouring can lead
to pressure accumulation and spinal misalignment. Furthermore, any pain you have, such as back pain, hip pain,
or shoulder pain, will be exacerbated by a mattress that is far too firm.
Here are some tips on deciding whether your mattress is too firm -
You constantly move around, trying to find a comfortable region on the mattress.
You're waking up every morning in pain or feeling sleepy.
The mattress feels too hard underneath you.
You get better sleep on a less firm mattress.
You are not getting the proper contouring and pressure relief.
Here are some things you can do to fix it -
Get a mattress topper
A mattress topper can easily assist in softening your mattress. It is a layer of foam that changes the firmness
of the mattress when placed on top of it.
You can instantly soften your current mattress by purchasing a medium-firm or soft mattress topper. Certain
mattress toppers, such as latex, can also provide additional benefits such as cooling, bounce, and so on.
Give it time to break down
If your mattress was recently purchased, you might want to give it some time to soften. New mattresses tend to be
firmer in the initial stages. You can get them to soften up by sleeping on them frequently for a few days or
weeks. This will cause their fillings to be more evenly distributed. Memory foam is one type of mattress that
takes time to soften. It will become accustomed to your body by routinely absorbing body heat and pressure.
Try out different sleeping positions
Firmer mattresses are more comfortable for back and stomach sleepers. The body is much more spread out in these
postures, as opposed to side sleeping, where your sides and shoulders make sole contact with the mattress. By
trying out different sleeping positions, you can discover which ones work best with your mattress' firmness.
Flip your mattress
Certain mattresses are double-sided, with one side being softer than the other. Latex is one such example, with
Talalay latex being used for the comfort layer and Dunlop latex being used for the support core. You could be
sleeping on the support core right now without even realizing it. Check to see if your mattress has a similar
construction, and if it does, flipping it upside down may get you to the softer side.
Introduce warm air
Heat applied to certain mattress types, such as memory foam, can help soften the foam. Memory foam is
particularly heat-sensitive, which means it will most certainly soften when heated. Sleeping hot is a
disadvantage of increasing the temperature of the room, so if you prefer a cooler temperature to sleep in, this
method may not be for you.
Get a different mattress foundation
Certain mattress foundations, such as solid platform, slatted, or metal foundations, are designed to provide
support over comfort. You can therefore soften your mattress by changing it to a box spring or sprung slat
foundation. These provide extra bounce and cushioned support.
Return the mattress (if possible)
If you are still within the trial period, you should return the mattress for a refund or store credit. With an
understanding of what kind of firmness does not suit you, look for one that does.
Buy a new softer mattress
If your mattress isn't brand new and none of the above methods work for you, it's time to consider investing in a
Make sure to consider the firmness of your current mattress and opt for a slightly lower firmness. This time,
give the construction and material of the mattress some thought as well. Changing them from what your current
mattress is made of may help you keep a softer, more consistent firmness for many years to come.
Besides firmness, what are the other essential factors to consider in a mattress?
Besides firmness, there are several other factors that need to be taken into consideration when shopping for a
mattress. This includes:
One of the most important considerations is size. Twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king are the
most common mattress sizes you
Make sure that your bed is large enough for you and anyone else who may be sleeping in it. You also need to
consider whether or not you want a split queen or king bed if more than one person will be sleeping in it.
The height of the mattress, sometimes known as its thickness, increases with the number of layers added to it.
Increasing the height also increases the overall firmness of the mattress.
The common mattress heights are 8 inches, 10 inches, and 12 inches.
Different materials provide different levels of comfort, support, breathability, and longevity. Latex mattresses tend to do better than foam
mattresses in some cases. Hybrid mattresses combine both spring coils and foam, providing a balance
between comfort and support.
Open-cell foams provide better breathability and cooling than closed-cell foams. Different mattress materials
also provide different levels of heating or cooling.
Due to their breathable construction and materials, latex, hybrids, and innersprings are cooling. Memory foam and
polyfoam mattresses retain heat, so they tend to sleep hot.
In order for two sleepers to move without waking the other, movement shouldn't be transferred from one end of the
mattress to the other. Latex, memory foam, hybrids, and innersprings all provide motion isolation to some
Edge support refers to how much weight the frame of your bed can handle when sitting or lying near its edges.
Some mattresses come with reinforced edges, while others require box springs and such for more stability around
A hypoallergenic mattress does a great job of preventing most allergies from flaring up. This is done by
preventing any allergens from settling into the mattress.
Different mattress types have different lifespans. Latex tends to last the longest, with a lifespan of 15-20
years, when cared for properly. Memory foam, innersprings, and hybrids can all last up to 10 years with good
The ideal warranty you can get for a mattress is one that mimics its lifespan. If you cannot get one that lasts
that long, then at least get a warranty of at least 7 to 10 years for your mattress.