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Bed Bud Exterminator New York – The Seven Year Itch

By Gerald Halk

My company creates four poster beds and I was speaking to my mattress dealer the other day, a company that hand make top quality mattresses to any size. We were talking about mattresses, their lifespan, peoples’ attitudes towards them, and also the differences between a top quality pocket sprung mattress and the new memory foam mattresses which are becoming increasingly well-liked.

A great quality pocket sprung mattress has a lifespan of five to seven years, no more. Not ten or twelve. (I am referring to a mattress used daily, not a mattress used occasionally in a guest room.) It ought to be turned regularly, once a week for the first month from new, then once a month after that, but in reality, they are lucky to be turned each and every six months.

The new alternative is the memory (visco-elastic) foam mattress. The concept is that you sink into the foam, it supports you equally, and when you get off, the foam will return to its former state, in truth, a traditional pocket sprung mattress ought to do a similar thing. The memory foam mattress is really a sealed unit, to ensure that moisture, dead skin and bed mites cannot penetrate.

People mistake me when they’re willing to invest thousands purchasing a comfortable car, but won’t do the same for a bed, when in fact, they spend about one third of their life in bed, far much more than most drivers do in their cars. In my opinion, you ought to put the comfort from your mattress first. Do not skimp on it. You should really feel refreshed whenever you wake in the morning. You should bounce out of bed with a spring in your step

Your bed should be comfy. Your bed ought to envelope you. It should to fit you like a made to measure suit, or a quality silk shirt. When it is old, no longer comfy and it’s had its day, scrap it. Don’t put it in the guest room. Don’t give it to your kids. If it’s not well enough for you, it is not well enough for anyone else. Invest in feeling good, invest in a good night’s sleep, invest in a quality mattress. Keep in mind, quality costs much more, but last longer, you get what you pay for!

It’s worth assessing your mattress and base a couple of times a year. Pop into your bed store and lie on a few beds, compare the feel and support with yours at home. If yours has lost its comfort, replace it. Do not set a sheet of board below the mattress. Keep in mind, people change, the same mattress may not suit a 14 year old lad who had a new one when he was 10. Ask yourself if you sleep as well as you did a year ago.

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Halk, Gerald "Bed Bud Exterminator New York – The Seven Year Itch." Bed Bud Exterminator New York – The Seven Year Itch. 7 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 11 Mar 2016 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/bed-bud-exterminator-new-york-the-seven-year-itch/>.

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