The Helix Plus mattress isn’t your run-of-the-mill mattress; it is an online-only, adjustable air mattress that boasts all the benefits of a luxury mattress at an affordable price. But how long does the Helix Plus last? The answer to this question depends on several factors including the specific model of the mattress and how often you adjust its firmness level. We’ll discuss both below so you can better understand just how long your Helix Plus mattress will last before you need to replace it.
The benefits of using mattresses
Did you know that sleeping on a quality mattress has been shown to help improve mental health, reduce stress and increase your metabolism? Not only that, but according to studies done by NASA, people who have access to high-quality mattresses have an easier time falling asleep. Your mattress also plays an important role in keeping your spine properly aligned throughout sleep. In fact, more than 25% of Americans wake up in pain after sleeping due to poor alignment! But don’t worry—helix mattresses can help with all of these problems.
The benefits of using helix plus mattress
As far as mattresses go, our models can last longer than traditional innerspring mattresses. That’s because we don’t use springs at all! Instead, our patented design layers individually pocketed microcoils over responsive base foam. These advanced coils bounce back to their original shape (not just their coil configuration) after every use—so they last longer than ordinary coils. The result is a mattress that not only performs better but lasts up to 25% longer than an innerspring! This is true even for heavy sleepers and large couples who sleep together. Plus, our hassle-free warranty means you won’t have to replace your mattress for years—ensuring that your sleep experience never falters!
The importance of buying quality mattresses
One of the first rules for buying a new mattress is to avoid cheaply made products. You can get what looks like an incredible deal on a mattress but if it’s shoddily constructed and doesn’t last, you really didn’t save money in the long run. Even if you went for the cheapest option, within about two years you would have spent as much as or more than you would have on one good quality mattress that lasts 10 years or more. The better quality beds are made with better materials and offer greater comfort over time—and they last significantly longer, too.
The lifespan of a helicon plus mattress
All things considered, most of our helix mattresses have roughly similar lifespans. The very best mattress will generally last about seven years; although it could be closer to five for some and as much as 10 years for others. Over time, you can expect your mattress to slowly wear down from use and with normal aging. As it does, it might begin to feel less supportive or uncomfortable in various ways. For example, if you notice you’re waking up more tired than usual, then that might be an indication that your mattress is wearing out or breaking down over time. Or if you begin to notice sagging more prominently at key areas of your body – such as your shoulders or hips – that could also point to signs of wear and tear.