Kids Furniture

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  1. Which Mattress Is Right for Your Child?

    kids mattress bay areaIf you are in the market for a mattress in San Francisco for your child, you need to consider many things. What size is appropriate—that is, are you looking for a mattress your child will grow into or one your child will use for only a year or two? What kind of mattress are you interested in? Do you care about exactly what materials are used? Having a basic idea of what you want and need can help you find the right mattress for your child. Be sure to do your research before you head to the mattress store and don’t be afraid to ask questions while you are there.

    The Right Size

    Choosing the right size of mattress for your child shouldn’t have to be tricky. First off, your decision hinges on how old and how tall your child is; a sales associate at your mattress store can help you evaluate these factors. Next, you have to decide what you want from a potential mattress. If you are looking for longevity—something that your child can grow into over the course of a few years—pick a larger-sized model. Otherwise, plan to purchase mattresses according to your child’s growth spurts. Another factor to address may be whether or not you are replacing a mattress on an existing bed or frame. If you are, you need to choose a mattress that fits snuggly into the frame.

    The Right Type

    Mattresses come in different types, such as innerspring, foam and memory foam, gel, and pillow top. Remember to keep your child in mind. For example, if you decide on an innerspring mattress, purchase one that has an appropriate number of wire coils to support your child’s weight. Ideally, you want to get a mattress with the highest amount of coils within your budget.

    The Right Materials

    If you are concerned with what materials are used in manufacturing a particular mattress, do your due diligence and have questions prepared for your mattress sales representative. Some children are allergic to certain construction materials that are commonly used in the industry, so be careful when choosing.

    For over 45 years, Mancini’s Sleepworld has carried the best selection of name-brand mattresses—such as Serta, Sealy Posturepedic, and Beautyrest—at the best prices. Let us show you why we have been the go-to mattress store in Northern California. Call (888) 541-2872 for more information.

  2. Choosing a Mattress for Your Child

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    Many parents believe that a quality mattress is not too important for a child since he or she is continually growing and the mattress will probably be replaced in just a few years anyway. This is simply not true. Children need sound sleep just as much as, if not more than, adults, and this sleep can be highly affected by the mattress. In order to select the right child’s mattress, consider these tips:

    Select the Right Size for the Age

    Your child will probably go through at least three mattresses before leaving home. However, most mattresses need to be replaced every five to 10 years anyway, so your child’s mattresses won’t be replaced much more frequently than your own. Keeping that in mind, choose the size that’s most appropriate and comfortable for the size and age of your child, with a little room to grow. Twin sizes are usually best for toddlers and small children, while full or queen sizes are better for tweens and teens.

    Focus on Quality Design and Craftsmanship

    Mattresses are an investment, even when considering economy models. It is far better to spend a bit more on a mattress that has a high spring count and uses quality natural fibers. A well-constructed mattress made of gentle materials can help to prevent aches, pains, and allergy symptoms in your child. You don’t have to choose the most expensive mattress, but remember that cost shouldn’t be your only consideration.

    Make Sure Your Investment Is Protected

    Warranties are common in the mattress world, but not all will match your needs. A good warranty should protect against manufacturer defects, provide some type of repair clause, and allow you to return the mattress within a reasonable time frame if it simply isn’t working out for you and your child.

    At Mancini’s Sleepworld in San Francisco, we can help you find the best mattress for your child. Visit our website or call (866) 972-3148 to learn more about the brands we carry at our many convenient locations throughout Northern California.

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