Mattress Types


Memory and Gel Foam Mattresses

Memory foam mattresses are loved for their ability to conform to the body and relieve pressure points, allowing them to accommodate the way you sleep. This makes memory foam mattresses ideal for combination sleepers and couples. Available in several configurations from soft to firm, an advantage of memory foam is its ability to be both incredibly soft and supportive, with the added benefit of avoiding pressure-point pain. They are designed to support each part of your body evenly and contour their shape to support your lower back while keeping your spine aligned, which helps you enjoy more peaceful sleep. Memory foam also responds to and isolates your individual movements without disrupting your partner. The addition of a gel foam layer helps regulate heat buildup to maintain a comfortable sleeping temperature all night long. Memory foam mattresses are available by many brands and in all comfort levels. From ultra-plush to ultra-firm, there is a memory foam mattress for you.

Gel Foam Mattresses bed.

Innerspring Mattress

Innerspring mattresses are not only affordable, but highly adaptable, which makes them a popular option. Innerspring mattresses are an ideal choice for people who prefer sleeping on their back or stomach, and the higher level of support makes innerspring mattresses an excellent option for anyone who suffers from back pain.

Modern innerspring mattresses offer many enhancements from their original models, including an advanced innerspring system with a dense network of coils for strong support. Mattress top layer options including latex foam and memory foam offer even more comfort. Innerspring mattresses come in a wide variety of brands, comfort levels, and price ranges making them a great option for people with diverse mattress needs.

Innerspring Mattress bed.

Hybrid Mattress

Hybrid mattresses are a great choice for couples or combination sleepers. They are composed of two or more support systems such as innerspring, memory foam and gel foam, giving you the best features of multiple mattress types in one. Hybrid mattresses offer the advanced contouring technology and motion isolation benefits of a memory foam mattress while still giving you the traditional, strong support of an innerspring mattress. 

Hybrid mattresses are available in several comfort levels and price ranges and are offered by many manufacturers.

Hybrid Mattress.

Pillowtop Mattress

A pillowtop mattress can be constructed with either an innerspring or memory foam base and is topped with an extra layer of quilted padding for additional softness and comfort. While pillowtop mattresses offer enhanced comfort for all sleeping styles, they are especially great for side sleepers and individuals who enjoy plush mattresses. Pillowtop mattresses are also very supportive while offering an incredibly soft surface and help to alleviate pressure point pain for nights of restorative sleep. Enjoy support that conforms to your back while sinking into the soft, comforting layers.

Pillowtop mattresses are available in several comfort levels and price ranges and are offered by many trusted manufacturers.

Pillow top king size mattress.

Bed in a Box

Bed in a Box is a memory foam mattress that is compressed and vacuum sealed and can be shipped directly to your home - a great option for people with busy schedules or who prefer shopping online. Choose our White Glove delivery with setup and removal service, or ship it fast with UPS/FedEx anywhere nationwide. 

Our Chill by Comfort Concepts mattresses are made of memory foam in combination with gel foam to help keep you cool. They don’t require box springs, don’t squeak or transfer movement, and are a perfect option for power adjustable bed bases.


Mattress FAQs

What is memory foam?

Memory foam is also known as viscoelastic foam, and is made by treating polyurethane foam with chemicals to increase its viscosity and density. Injecting air into the material helps to keep heat from building up.

What is a gel foam mattress?

The purpose of a gel foam mattress is to keep you cool. They are made by combining a cooling gel with memory foam, either in a cooling layer on top of the comfort layer, or swirled in the memory foam itself.

What are innersprings?

An innerspring mattress uses steel coils in the core of the mattress for support. The coils, or springs, can be linked together or individually placed. Individual coils are sometimes covered before being densely grouped in the mattress core.

What is a Bed in a Box?

A bed in a box is a compressed mattress that’s vacuum-sealed to be a fraction of the size of a usual mattress. It is easily shipped and can be used without a box spring.

What is included in the Metro Mattress Delivery Service?

Our free service includes delivery and setup of your new mattress set plus removal of any packaging. Removal of your old mattress set is optional. See store for delivery area and further details.

What is the Metro Mattress Comfort Exchange 90-Night Guarantee?

Your body needs time to adjust to a new mattress, so we offer a 90-Night Comfort Guarantee. To qualify, all you have to do is buy qualified premium pillows and a mattress protector from Metro Mattress at the time of the mattress purchase to help keep the mattress in good condition. If you decide that the new mattress is not right for you, come into any Metro Mattress store to select a different mattress and arrange for us to exchange it within 90  nights.  See more details.

Does Metro Mattress offer financing?

Metro Mattress financing is provided by Synchrony Bank. You may automatically be offered a pre-qualified financing offer from Fortiva. If not immediately approved, apply for Koalafi from West Creek Financial. If approved online, simply bring your approved application, account number, and photo identification to the Metro Mattress nearest you. Applying online will save you time and allow you to shop for your new mattress set knowing your approved credit limit. Minimum monthly payments are required. Subject to credit approval. Call or visit a Metro Mattress store location for complete details.

Mattress Types