Top 5 Types of Mattresses

Memory Foam

Mattresses with memory foam have the ability to conform to your body while dispersing your weight evenly throughout the bed, making it ideal for achy joints, morning pains and restless sleepers. They cost more than innerspring but have a longer life span. Buy Eco-Friendly and Green Keetsa Mattresses. Shop Now!


The innerspring mattress is the oldest and most popular mattress type around the world. They use a variety of steel coil support systems, such as springs connected into a single unit or individually wrapped pocketed coils.

Pocket Coil

Pocket Coil mattresses are becoming more common because they’re generally more comfortable than innerspring with less motion transfer and pressure points. They are less durable, loose shape quicker, and can sometimes feel less supportive than an innerspring.


Natural latex mattresses offer advantages and are one of the more durable, resilient mattress materials. Latex supports sleepers without placing excess pressure on hips, shoulders and other area while supporting proper alignment. As a result, they help reduce and/or prevent paint in sensitive areas, including the lower back.


Airbeds are similar in construction to a water bed with channels or bladders filled with air and the settings are adjustable. Air mattresses have the ability to change comfort levels and have one side different than other side. Cons are that they’re expensive, loose air pressure, and are noisy.

Mattress Sizes
Twin 39″ W 75″ L
Twin Extra Long 39″ W 80″ L
Full (aka Double) 54″ W 75″ L
Queen 60″ W 80″ L
Eastern King 78″ W 80″ L
Calif. King 72″ W 84″ L