What is an Non Sprung mattress?

A non sprung mattress is a type of mattress that doesn't contain any springs or coils in its construction. Instead, it typically consists of layers of foam, latex, or other materials that provide support and comfort to the sleeper.

Non-sprung mattresses are often preferred by those who want a more supportive and firm sleeping surface, as they can offer better pressure relief and alignment for the body. They can also be a good option for those who are sensitive to noise, as they don't produce the creaking or squeaking sounds that can be associated with sprung mattresses.

Examples of non-sprung mattresses include memory foam mattresses, latex mattresses, and hybrid mattresses that combine foam layers with other materials like gel or fibers.


What are the benefits of a Non Sprung mattress?

There are several benefits to using a non sprung mattress, including:

  1. Better support: Non-sprung mattresses are designed to contour to your body, providing customized support and minimizing pressure points. This can help reduce aches and pains in the back, neck, and shoulders.

  2. Reduced motion transfer: Since non-sprung mattresses don't have coils or springs, they can isolate motion more effectively. This means that if your partner moves around during the night, you're less likely to feel the movement on your side of the bed.

  3. Long-lasting durability: Non-sprung mattresses are often made of high-quality materials that are more durable than traditional coil mattresses. This means that they can last longer and provide consistent support and comfort for years to come.

  4. Reduced allergens: Non-sprung mattresses can be a good choice for people who suffer from allergies or asthma, as they don't contain the dust and allergens that can accumulate in coil mattresses over time.

  5. Noise-free sleeping: Non-sprung mattresses don't have the potential to make noise or creaking sounds like traditional coil mattresses, which can help you sleep more soundly.


Who should buy a Non Sprung mattress?

Non sprung mattresses can be a good choice for a wide range of sleepers, depending on their individual preferences and needs. Here are some examples of people who may benefit from a non-sprung mattress:

  1. People with back or joint pain: Non-sprung mattresses can offer better support and pressure relief than traditional coil mattresses, which can help alleviate pain and discomfort in the back, neck, and joints.

  2. Light sleepers: Non-sprung mattresses can isolate motion more effectively than coil mattresses, which can help reduce disturbances caused by a restless partner or pet.

  3. Allergy sufferers: Non-sprung mattresses can be a good choice for people who are sensitive to allergens, as they are less likely to collect dust and other particles that can trigger allergies.

  4. Hot sleepers: Some non-sprung mattresses, such as those made of latex or gel-infused foam, can provide better temperature regulation than traditional coil mattresses, which can help keep you cooler and more comfortable during the night.

  5. Those looking for a long-lasting mattress: Non-sprung mattresses are often made of high-quality materials that can provide long-lasting durability and consistent support and comfort over time.


We offer a wide selection of open coil sprung mattresses from top-quality brands such as Deepsleep, Health Beds, and Silentnight.

We’re here to help, so if you're still unsure give our friendly team a call on 01642 686365 and ask for advice or take look at our other useful Mattress Buyer’s Guides below, to see if we can help you make the right mattress choice. 


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