Sofa Bed With Air Mattress
However, the original mattress can wear over time or it might not have been as comfortable as the sofa itself to begin with. You probably had three tpyes of mattresses to choose from when you bought your Lazy Boy sofa bed: innerspring, memory foam and innerspring+air mattress.
A sofa bed without a comfortable mattress is really only good as a sofa. If guests are showing up at your house with an air mattress in tow, even knowing about the sofa bed as an option, you might want to consider replacing the mattress in your couch.
Shopping for a pull out sofa bed is not much different from shopping for a sofa: find the design you need that is the right size and uses the material you want. Couch beds come in a variety of sizes, from full-width sofa beds to twin, sofa beds, to even queen sized sofa beds.
Air mattress hide-a-bed - The most common RV sofa bed in today's new rigs is the air mattress hide-a-bed. These RV sofa beds convert like a traditional hide-a-bed, however, the main difference is that they do not store a heavy mattress. Instead, the couch hides an air mattress that easily inflates to provide a good night's rest.
Unfortunately, when it comes to inflatable sofa bed air mattresses, the negatives outweigh the positives. The most common complaints are leaking air valves, leaking air bladders, inflation/deflation issues, and broken air compressors.
The air mattress option is designed to yield adjustable firmness and conformity. It is a direct augmentation of the 4" innerspring base, upon which a 6" cushion of air is introduced. Combine this with a memory foam mattress, and you've got a sofa bed that is bound to wow your guests