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Oakland Furniture
(207) 465-3433
12 Main St
Oakland, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 12-5
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-6

Evelyn's Furniture
(207) 474-5911
217 North Ave
Skowhegan, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: closed
Mon- Sat hrs: 9 - 5

Tuffy Bear
(207) 947-6600
938 Pushaw Rd
Glenburn, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 11-4
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-6

Davis Brothers Furniture
(207) 876-3354
19 Elm St
Guilford, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: closed
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-6

Oakland Furniture
(207) 465-3433
12 Main St
Oakland, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 12-5
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-6

Priceless Mattress and Furniture
(207) 620-8293
16 Western Ave
Augusta, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 10-3
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-6

America's Mattress & Furniture
(207) 620-8420
401 Civic Ctr Dr
Augusta, ME

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Priceless Mattress and Furniture
(207) 620-8293
16 Western Ave
Augusta, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 10-3
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-6

Hub Furniture
(207) 854-9419
900 Main St
Westbrook, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: 12-5
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-8

Mattress Town
(207) 892-8130
Route 302
Windham, ME
Hours
sunday Hours: Closed
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-5

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Mattress Technology

What Kind of Mattress to Buy

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: mattress and bed linens
by Joe C

What to Consider When Buying a New Mattress

Never underestimate the power of a good night's sleep. With the fast pace of today's world, the number of obligations we meet everyday, and the growing number of back and health problems facing society, a good mattress can make all the difference in providing one of the resources our bodies need most: sleep.

Mattress technology has advanced to meet the needs of all kinds of sleepers:

  • Back sleepers
  • Stomach sleepers
  • Side sleepers
  • Heavy sleepers
  • Sleepers with chronic back pain

A mattress should be both firm and flexible at once. But "firm" doesn't mean "hard"; your mattress should be comfortable in addition to healthy. It should provide good rest through support of your back, pelvis, hips, and shoulders, preventing morning soreness and muscle fatigue.

Mattress Buying Tips

The best way to buy a mattress that is right for you is to determine your health needs and your sleeping style. For back sleepers, a good rule is to buy a mattress that is more firm. Side sleepers may benefit from a mattress that is more flexible.

Some mattresses bypass these individual needs altogether by providing technology that meets each type of sleeping preference. This mattress technology can be more expensive, but can also be worth every penny if it works for you.

Some good technica...

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