Bedtime Back Support With Spring Air

Posted on Thursday Nov 14, 2013

Everyone’s back is different, but one commonality everyone shares is that they need support for their back from their mattress. Does your bed give you the back support you need? Not only is this important for relieving back pain, but your posture and overall ability to rest as well. That’s why Spring Air, a trusted mattress provider since 1926, offers customers combating back related sleep issues with the Back Supporter collection. With a unique center-support design, the Back Supporter models provide balance, long lasting support from the center of the mattress where lumbar support most important to the surrounding edges.

Bedtime Back Support With Spring Air

The multi-layered design of Spring Air’s Back Supporter incorporates several elements that target pressure relief in the shoulder and lower back areas. A 5-zone dual gauge spring unit serves as the first layer of support where you need it. To enhance the durability of the spring coils, Spring Air individually foam-encases each spring, which helps to maximize both their strength and flexibility. Next is a memory foam and latex topper. Since the Back Supporter collection is firmer than traditional mattresses, the memory foam and latex topper adds a plush, softer feel that helps owners get first-rate sleep more regularly.

Spring Air Back Supporter Series

This collection offers customers two versions of this sleep-enhancing mattress, including:

  • Spring Air Supporter 500 SeriesAnyone who rests on the Back Supporter mattress is going to enjoy the reinforced center region for enhanced lumbar support.
  • Spring Air Supporter 700 Series

Strengths

  • No Noise. The memory foam and latex topper on the Back Supporter models does an exceptionally good job at reducing sound emitted from other bed materials such as the innerspring base. In fact, less than four-percent of owners report noise as being a sleep disturbing issue.
  • No Sleeping Hot. The combination of breathable fabric materials used in the Back Supporter collection allows air to easily pass through as a sleeper shifts throughout their time spent resting. This prevents the mattress form becoming a heat trap, so owners can get great temperature controlled rest.
  • Eco-Wood Base. Supporting the Back Supporter mattress and your body weight is Spring Air’s patented and sturdy Eco-wood foundation.

Weaknesses

  • Longevity. The main source of owner complaints stem from the Back Supporters tendency to develop sagging spots that create areas of discomfort on the mattress surface. Nearly 30-percent of owners find themselves dealing with sagging areas with their Back Supporter model.

When buying a specialty mattress like the Back Supporter, a warranty agreement is critical for the reassurance you need as a customer. This mattress is a sleep solution for those dealing with back issues. If your Back Supporter does not accomplish this, there may be an issue with your mattress that is covered by Spring Air’s non-prorated 10-year warranty agreement.

Back support while you rest is important. Without the proper type of mattress, waking up with a stiff back could develop into chronic pain, poor posture or worse. But you do not have to place yourself in that dangerous position any longer. With the reinforced support of Spring Air’s Back Supporter collection, your sleep health will upgrade to the painless, invigorating rest you deserve!

 

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