The best mattresses of 2013 include the collection of mattresses from Sealy with bunnell coils, the NovaForm Serafina, Amerisleep, Tempurpedic and iComfort. These mattresses stand out for several reasons, say reviewers at Best Mattress Brands. They range in surface from soft to firm, and offer support and even relief from back pain, while meeting a wide range of budgets.
In the collection of innerspring mattresses, which is the most popular type of mattress among consumers, the Simmons Beautyrest Glover Park mattress stands out for quality and softness, according to Consumer Reports. This mattress contains a high number of coils, which are evenly spaced. This layout offers spinal support and allows for freedom of movement while people sleep.
Memory foam mattresses are another option. They provide substantial spinal support and distribute weight evenly. Top mattresses in this category are the Tempurpedic, Novaform Serafina and Amerisleep. Tempurpedic offers softness and support and does not retain heat. The Serafina, which Consumer Reports ranks a close second, offers quality for less than $900, making it cost efficient. Third in this category is Amerisleep, which produces mattresses that have higher density levels, and the company stands out for its environmentally sound practices. Last is the category of gel mattresses, which are less popular. The Sealy Optimum and Serta iComfort stand out in this category for dissipating heat.