How does your mattress handle temperature swings

How does your mattress handle temperature swings

How do you handle temperature swings?


In St Louis, we hit a high of 80 degrees, then by 6:30 at night the temperature had dropped to 47 degrees!


With this temperature change, you might notice air loss in your mattress. Simply adding some air to your bed will help.


if you have been having to add air to your mattress regularly, you may have an air leak.


Finding and repairing air leaks as fast as possible will help reduce bed sagging. Bed sagging can occur when an air leak has been undetected for a long period of time. 


As your mattress leaks air in the night you may begin to toss and turn to get comfortable. When this happens, the foam inside your mattress is damaged causing bed sagging to be increased. 


Once the foam foam inside your mattress gets torn, the center of the mattress may develop dips. This happens for two reasons, first the foam inside the mattress may begin to shift or move as you move in the night, and second, the fabric of your mattress cover may begin stretching out which is the leading cause of bed sagging. 


Keeping the the temperature controlled in your bedroom will help reduce air fluctuations in your mattress. Be sure to monitor your setting regularly and if your develop an air leak, repair it fast with air leak repair kits from 

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