Wallbed Winter Clearance Deals

This beautiful wallbed pictured above is a Euro Basic  with two side piers. The bed by itself retails for $2999. However, during our Winter Clearance Sale we have one Euro basic wallbed in natural finish (no piers) at the amazing price of $2499. Not only do you save on the price of bed, the bed is in stock and ready for delivery.

Check back for more great deals!

 

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Winter Clearance

Starting a new year is always fun and exciting. We make resolutions to change the things we don’t like in our lives. Here at ComfotZone Sleep Gallery our resolution is to get you sleeping better in 2016 and we are ramping up to do just that.

Need a new mattress, sheets or perhaps a pillow? Tired of your old bedroom set? We have a solution to meet your needs! Come join us for our first annual Winter Clearance Sale January 23 through February 6th and save up to 50% on select items throughout the store. This is a great opportunity to make a change and save.

Come visit one of our four locations and let us help you bring comfort home!

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Choosing the right mattresses for you!

Sleeping peopleMattresses are designed to provide the support and comfort you need to relax and rest. If you have had your mattress for a while, you may be wondering if it is time to buy a new one. Research shows that people sleep better, suffer less back pain and experience fewer symptoms of stress when sleeping on newer beds. In general, your sleep quality improves if your sleep surface relieves pressure on joints and other areas of the body. Matching your specific comfort needs with the right product is a very subjective process. Mattresses are made with a variety of materials and technologies to deliver support systems that meet the broad array of consumers’ needs, tastes, and budgets.

Mattresses should be evaluated every seven years for quality and support. If you haven’t shopped for a new mattress recently, there are many options to choose from. The following provides basic information on the different types of mattresses available today so that you are better equipped to choose a mattress that meets your needs.

 Innerspring Mattress

An innerspring mattress uses a steel coil support system. Manufacturers offer several different types of spring systems, including units with springs connected into a single unit and individually wrapped pocketed coils. Spring shapes, designs, coil gauge, and number of coils in a mattress can vary. The innerspring is covered by padding or upholstery materials, which can include various foams, fiber, and additional layers of smaller steel springs. Coil count can be more arbitrary, but the idea is that the greater the number of coils, the more points of support and greater distribution, thus the better the bed can contour and support the sleeper.

Hybrid Mattress

A hybrid mattress combines a steel coil support system with one or more types of foam, such as polyurethane foam, memory (or visco elastic) foam, or latex foam, as well as foams that contain gel or other materials.

Waterbed

Waterbeds use a water chamber as the support system. Manufacturers offer two types of waterbeds: hard-sided and soft-sided beds. A hard-sided waterbed consists of a water chamber inside a rectangular wood frame. A soft-sided waterbed consists of a water chamber inside a rectangular frame of rigid foam, zippered inside a fabric casing. The water chamber is covered by padding or upholstery materials, which can include with various foams and fiber. Both types of beds usually rest on top of a platform. Waterbeds are designed to look like a conventional bed and fit existing bedroom furniture. The water chamber can be “free flow” (in which nothing obstructs the flow of water within the mattress) or “waveless” (in which fiber or baffles limit the water’s motion).

Foam Mattress

Foam mattresses use one or more types of foam as the support system. The foam may be polyurethane foam, memory (or visco elastic) foam, or latex foam, and can contain gel or other materials. The foam used in such mattresses can be manufactured in a variety of shapes and densities to offer consumers a mattress that has different comfort, feel and heat dissipation features.

Pillow Top Mattress

Pillow top mattresses provide an additional upholstery layer sewn into the top of the mattress. This layer can be made from a variety of fiber and foam materials.

Gel Mattress

Gel mattresses use a type of foam that contains gel in the product’s support system, upholstery layers, or both. The gel is added to the foam using deferent types of technology. The gel foam can offer consumers different comfort, feel and heat dissipation features.

Air Bed

Air beds use an adjustable air chamber as the support system. Unlike the type of air mattresses used for camping, the air chamber of a residential air bed is covered by padding or upholstery materials, which can include various foams and fiber. Air beds allow you to adjust the firmness, and usually allow each side of the bed to be controlled separately in order to meet the individual and changing needs of couples. Air beds are designed to look like a conventional bed.

Memory Foam (Visco) Mattress

Memory foam (or visco elastic foam) mattresses use a high density polyurethane foam as the support system, in the upholstery layer, or both.  This foam has properties that allow it to contour closely to the shape of the sleeper.

Latex Mattress

Latex mattresses use latex foam as the support system, in the upholstery layers, or both. Latex may be made from plant or petroleum-based materials.

Adjustable Foundations

Unlike a stationary foundation or box-spring, an adjustable foundation allows you to bend, elevate or lower various parts of the sleep surface.  Many adjustable foundations have dual controls that each partner can use to adjust the sleep surface elevation to meet their individual needs.  Most adjustable foundations are powered by an electric motor, but some are manually adjusted.  They are designed to look like a conventional foundation when placed in the fully horizontal position.  For best results, adjustable foundations should be used with a mattress designed for that purpose.

– See more at: http://www.bettersleep.org/mattresses-and-more/mattress-types/#sthash.hpuLrDRE

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