Englander’s Advanced Innerspring Sleep Solution

Posted on Friday Oct 25, 2013

Englander has been in the business of designing mattresses since 1864.Issues with your posture or stress on pressure points throughout your body due to an inadequate, uncomfortable mattress are no joking matter. These problems go far beyond simply waking up with a stiff back or sore neck. They require the attention of a mattress that delivers the best in full body support and comfort. Englander, a well known mattress brand that got its start back in 1894 out of New York offers customers an escape route to relieved pain in the neck, shoulders, back and hips with their Tension Ease mattress model.

The Englander Tension Ease is chockfull of features designed to revolutionize your sleep. Below the eco-friendly comfort layers, which include latex and memory foam, is a foundation of separate fabric-enclosed high tensile strength coils. They allow the mattress to absorb more motion throughout the night, while providing individualized comfort.

Englander Tension Ease (Starting at $1,200.00)

Strengths

  • Durable Coils. Englander uses ultrasonically welded coils that deliver the highest level of support to owners. The owner satisfaction rating for the Tension Ease is around 61-percent, largely due to the fact that owners do not have to deal with issues like spring compressions as frequently as with other innerspring mattress brands.
  • Conforming Comfort. The high strength coils in the Tension Ease combined with layers of additional cushioning made of out latex and memory foam gives this mattress a responsive element. As soon as you lay down on this mattress, your weight and shape immediately cause the mattress to contour around you.
  • Motion Isolation. As stated earlier, the high tensile strength steel coils are individually encased. This means that in addition to superb contouring comfort, the Tension Ease is also ideal for motion isolation.
  • No Rotating. The Tension Ease is designed to be one-sided. This means that owners will not have to concern themselves with the routine rotation of their Englander mattress.

Weaknesses

  • Noise. The springs used in the foundation of the Tension Ease mattress are susceptible to squeaking overtime. Many innerspring mattresses combat this problem, but it’s just the nature of mattress coils. With time they wear down.
  • Customer Service. Many owners report that Englander’s customer service lacks in their sense of urgency when it comes to their customers. At least 10-percent of owners claim that the business fails to treat their customers with the responsiveness they deserve when they have a problem with their Tension Ease.

The dynamic support of the Tension Ease allows owners to get the deep sleep they need to face each day feeling refreshed.Although Englander does not offer any in-home trials periods, they do offer customers a 10 year warranty on their purchase. Some owners agree that this agreement, although helpful, is not extended over enough time to cover problems they have experienced with their Tension Ease like mattress sagging.

If you are at the point in life where you need a mattress specially designed for comfort and support, Englander’s Tension Ease is a great option for you. It’s made with the care and attention necessary to deliver invigorating rest on a continuous basis!

 

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