High-Quality Outer Materials
Soft, breathable cotton is used for the outer mattress materials to promote a healthy sleep environment and restful nights. Two types of cotton are used in our manufacturing process. Wolf cotton, which blends cotton with polyester, creates the durable lower layer, while Jones cotton, which is 100 percent cotton, is built into our tufted mattresses for supreme comfort.
For a layer of extra cushioning, pure wool from Frankenmuth Woolen Mills is used. In addition to delivering a higher level of comfort, wool supplies a dry, cool surface for the mattress. For durability and antimicrobial properties, natural Talalay latex is used, sourced from Sri Lankan sustainable rubber tree forests. Latex is breathable, providing a cooler sleep surface. Talalay delivers a muscle-relaxing buoyant quality that relieves tension, lifting away the pressures of the day for restful, healthy sleep.
The Best Inner Materials
Inside each mattress, a power stack foundation made from a heavy-duty wood frame and four-prong modular is used for the base. Because our standards are high, we’ve chosen this quality design over the typical two-prong modular that’s popular with most national companies. American-built Inneract springs, made by Spiller Springs in Wisconsin, provide outstanding support. These springs use open end five-turn offset wire in size fourteen gauge. Three types of innersprings made by Holland Maid offer a spectrum of firmness levels to suit different preferences. Eight coil designs are built into each mattress to provide a range of ergonomic support. We believe this type of design offers far superior support than foam or air can provide.
Locally sourced from Grand Rapids, our polyurethane foam supplies the ideal combination of softness and resistance for maximum comfort. These foam densities are available to suit individual preferences: 1.9, 2.8, 3.2, and 4 pounds. By using quality mattress materials and providing options, we meet a wide range of customers’ needs.
Why No Pillow Tops
We purposely do not include built-in pillow tops in our mattresses. That’s because they have a distinct flaw: their soft cushioning foam breaks down much faster than innerspring. When multiple layers of foam break down, the mattress loses its support and needs to be replaced. Our solution is to build sturdy latex mattresses for a breathable, lasting option that creates a cool, comfortable sleeping experience.
Our testimonials speak to the quality of our products. Visit Buis Mattress, headquartered in Holland, MI, and check out our bench-made mattresses. Give us a call at 616-396-6257 for hours and directions to our in-house showroom.