Making an investment in a good mattress is important. After all, you spend about one-third of your life in bed, so it’s worth taking care to find the right one. But mattresses are like cars: there are many options to choose from, and it can be hard to know which ones actually matter and which ones don’t. If you want a high-quality vehicle, you’ll choose your car based on what matters most to you—whether that’s performance, comfort, or style. The same goes for mattresses. If you’re looking for a specific set of characteristics in your mattress—like firmness or temperature regulation—you’ll probably want to pick something that was designed with those factors as priorities. That is where memory foam comes in: it’s the most popular material for customizing a mattress, because it can be molded into almost any shape or size while still giving you the sleep experience you want.
In the beginning, memory foam was pretty basic, and in some cases, it still is.
Memory foam mattresses have been around since the 1970s, but they weren’t always as customizable as we’d like them to be. In fact, for quite some time memory foam mattresses were pretty basic: you bought a mattress that was thick and soft or thin and firm. It wasn’t until recent years that companies started offering more options for their customers by introducing memory foam layers with different thicknesses and densities.
But what if you’ve taken a look at all those options and thought “they could do better”? Well, they are! Memory foam is an incredible material that can make your sleep better than ever before—but only if it’s molded to fit your body perfectly. That’s where Custom Foam Innovations comes in! Our innovative team of engineers has created a solution that allows us to make custom-molded memory foam layers for any size bed—and we’re excited to offer our customers the opportunity to order these special products through our website.
As time went on, mattress companies started offering a little more choice.
As time went on, mattress companies started offering a little more choice. They began to offer different thicknesses and firmnesses of memory foam to customers so that they could find what was right for them. This meant that the average person could get a better night’s sleep by customizing their mattress to exactly what they wanted. In the past few years, we’ve seen even more options come out in terms of personalization and customization—including models with special features like cooling gel or heat-sensitive materials which react differently depending on how hot or cold you are.
Some people might think that this level of customization is unnecessary; after all, why would anyone want something so specific? But for those who want it, having these options available means having access to better quality sleep at night (or any other time).
But maybe you’ve taken a look at all those options and thought “they could do better.”
Maybe you’ve taken a look at all those options and thought “they could do better.” We’re not just talking about the customer service, either; we’re also talking about your mattress.
Maybe you have specific preferences that aren’t supported by any of the big manufacturers: maybe you want a very soft surface, maybe there’s a particular type of support layer that feels better to you than any other (like memory foam), or maybe there’s another material out there with unique properties that are perfect for your sleep environment. Maybe you’re allergic to latex. Maybe something else entirely has come up in your life since buying last time and now feels like it’s affecting how well this whole sleeping thing is working out for ya’.
Nowadays, it doesn’t have to be an issue—you can get exactly what you want! A lot of options mean more choice, and with so many choices available these days thanks largely due to all kinds of research being done on how we sleep best (i.e., science), customers really do have enough information now that they can finally ask themselves “what would make my life better?” And then go find whatever solution fits those needs best!
Well, they are!
Helix offers a variety of options for your mattress, which is why we like them so much. They’re pretty customizable and make sure each mattress is made just for you.
One thing that makes Helix different from other bed-in-a-box companies is their customization process. With the help of their quiz, you can pick what type of firmness level would work best with your body type and sleeping style (side sleeper? Back sleeper?), all while keeping in mind how sensitive or durable you are when it comes to pressure points on your body. And if all this talk about memory foam feels overwhelming, don’t worry—Helix will send you samples to try out before making any purchase decisions!
With companies like Helix, now you can get a better night’s sleep by customizing your mattress to exactly what you want.
Helix is a company that offers memory foam mattresses custom-made to your specifications. Their online quiz allows you to choose from a variety of different options, including:
- Mattress firmness (1-10)
- Mattress height (loft)
- Bed thickness and size
After answering the questions and selecting which features matter most to you, Helix will give you three mattress choices based on your preferences. If none of them are quite perfect, they will work with you until they find one that fits perfectly into your home and meets all of your needs.
Helix’s online quiz helps them get to know what you want so they can make the perfect bed for you.
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Just as with most mattresses, they’ll go through your answers and determine whether you’re on the firm side or soft side of things.
The key to getting the right firmness is not just getting the right thickness. It’s also asking questions about your sleeping habits, preferences, and needs.
The first thing they’ll want to know is how often you change positions in your sleep. If you tend to sleep on your stomach or side most of the night (as opposed to back or stomach), then memory foam can be a great match for you because it’s going to conform around these contours while still providing support where needed.
Next up: How do you feel about sleeping with someone else? Memory foam beds are notoriously warm and can sometimes lead people who prefer cooler sleeping environments away from them—especially if one partner likes slightly more plush than another does!
Finally: What does it mean when I say “firm”? The better question would probably be “how firm” do we need our mattress? In general terms, soft mattresses will sink down under pressure (like when laying on top) whereas firmer mattresses provide more resistance for those who like their bodies supported by something underneath them instead of sinking into whatever surface happens to be beneath them.”
They’ll also find out how much temperature regulation and motion transfer you prefer.
You’ll also find out how much temperature regulation and motion transfer you prefer. Temperature regulation refers to the ability of a mattress or pillow to keep your body at a comfortable temperature while you sleep. Mattresses that have more foam tend to be better at this than mattresses that are mostly springs, because foam doesn’t conduct heat as well as metal or springs do. Motion transfer refers to how much movement one person makes on a bed will be felt by another person sleeping on it. For example, if one person turns over in their sleep, does it wake up their partner? If two people are sharing the same bed and one rolls around too much in their sleep, it may make things uncomfortable for both parties involved! Comfort is measured by several factors: softness versus firmness; support (how well your body feels supported); longevity (how long the mattress will last).
After that, they’ll offer different constructions that will fit your needs.
Once you’ve stated your preferences, they’ll present you with different constructions that will fit your needs. There are a lot of options to consider, so we’ll break them down into categories:
- The type of foam used
- The type of support it provides
- Its firmness level (how soft or hard the surface feels)
- Thicknesses that range from 8 inches to 24 inches (or even thicker!)
- Comfort levels, which can range from very soft or very firm – and everything in between! The ideal thickness depends on how much comfort you want from your mattress. If you live in a warm climate and sleep hot at night but also toss and turn during the night, then adding more padding may help reduce motion transfer and create better airflow within the mattress itself. That way, there won’t be as much trapped heat building up underneath which could cause problems later on down the road when using it for extended periods every day/night.”
And since each mattress is made for an individual order, there’s never any assembly line confusion about which mattress goes where.
- And since each mattress is made for an individual order, there’s never any assembly line confusion about which mattress goes where.
- Customization is key. We’re a small company that focuses on making the best product we can and then getting it out to you as quickly as possible. This means no waiting around for someone to get back to you, no overpaying for shipping because the company has to ship the same size mattress hundreds of times each day and no frustration that your dream mattress is out of stock because everyone else in town ordered one too (not that this happens often…).
- When ordering from us, rest assured that we’ll take care of everything from start to finish: from foam selection and thickness selections all the way down through packaging and shipping instructions—and everything in between!
If you have specific needs around your sleeping experience, think of a custom mattress from Helix as an investment in a well-rested future!
If you’re looking for a way to improve your sleep and get the quality of rest you need, memory foam mattresses are a great option. They can help with pain relief and pressure relief, which will help ensure that you get a good night’s rest.
If you have specific needs around your sleeping experience—whether it’s reducing motion transfer or being able to move around while still being comfortable—think of a custom mattress from Helix as an investment in a well-rested future!
If you’re interested in trying one of these custom mattresses, or if you just want to see what the future has in store for your night-time comfort, check out Helix Sleep here.