As the holiday season comes to a close, you’ll soon find that it’s time to take down the tree and put away the ornaments. If you’re a crafty person, you might even have different types of foam laying around from your DIY holiday projects – so why not take some time to learn about storing foam décor properly? In this blog post, we’ll teach you the best ways to use foam inserts to safely store Christmas decorations, as well ... (Read More)
Insulate Your Hunting Blinds for a More Enhanced Experience!
Whether it is already hunting season or you’re preparing for next season, getting ready is extremely important! One of the most important aspects of hunting is having a great hunting blind to mask you both visually and audibly from the animal that you are hunting. Although hunting blinds can be bought with these capabilities, it can also be very helpful to add different types of foam to make the blind even more insulated, both thermally and audibly. In this ... (Read More)
DIY Foam Halloween Haunted House
With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to get serious and spooky with your home decorating. Give everyone a good fright by transforming your entire space into a memorable haunted house! Creating an eerie atmosphere doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. With these haunted house foam DIY decorations, you can skip the store and make your own scary Halloween pieces at home. Luckily, the versatility of foam allows you to make just about anything from basic signs ... (Read More)
Why Should You Use Draft Stoppers?
One of the highest monthly home maintenance costs is heating and cooling. Keeping the inside of your home at a static temperature throughout the day and night takes a lot of energy and, therefore, a lot of money. So, it’s in your best interest to lower this monthly cost by taking steps to maintain the temperature in your home. Drafts are a big influence on maintaining a warm temperature in your home during the winter months. If your windows ... (Read More)
Tips for Better Sleep During Allergy Season
Seasonal allergy sufferers dread the arrival of spring because it means a surge in allergens and an increase in symptoms such as itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, congestion, and general fatigue. In addition, allergy sufferers tend to have much more trouble sleeping at this time of year. This problem is caused not only by outdoor allergens but also by the dust mites, skin cells, and other microscopic debris that tend to accumulate in standard coil mattresses. Since adequate ... (Read More)
Revitalize Your Porch/Patio for Spring
If you live in an area where freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall are regular winter occurrences, then chances are your porch or patio have been utterly neglected for the past few months. That means you’ll have to put in some time revitalizing your outdoor space so it can be deemed ready for spring use. Here is a brief list of ideas to get you started: Sweep or power wash the area to clean it of winter debris. Pull your ... (Read More)
Renew Your Saggy Cushions for the New Year!
Saggy cushions not only make furniture look old and dated, but also turn armchairs, sofas, and love seats into uncomfortable eyesores that mar the aesthetic of your living room. Fortunately, it’s possible to rescue furniture from this condition by replenishing or replacing the foam in worn or lifeless cushions on a DIY basis. Here’s how to renew your saggy cushions for the new year: Tools & materials Replacement foam cushion or shredded fiberfill (as needed) Spray adhesive designed for ... (Read More)
How to Create the Ultimate Cozy Bedroom This Winter
When winter weather hits your city with gusting winds, heavy snowfall, and freezing overnight temperatures, there’s nothing more satisfying than being able to retreat to a warm, cozy bedroom for the evening. If your current sleeping space falls short of the comfortable and inviting sanctuary you’ve always envisioned, use these tips to help create the bedroom of your dreams.
DIY Gardener’s Kneeling Pad
Tending to a garden can place a great deal of strain on your knees. Whether you try to hold yourself in a squatting position for the entire time or put one or both knees on the ground for support, your joints must bear a heavy burden that will only get worse the longer you stay out. To help reduce some of the load and alleviate subsequent pain, we recommend using a gardener’s kneeling pad while planting, weeding, trimming, and ... (Read More)
Tips for the Perfect Spring Patio or Deck
A comfortable and inviting patio, porch, or deck is the ideal spot for enjoying balmy spring temperatures with family and friends. If you’re setting up your outdoor space from scratch or are revamping an older area that has been neglected for a while, here are some tips that will help you make everything perfect. Furniture Having the right furniture is critical to the success of your patio or deck. Not only do you need enough seating options to accommodate ... (Read More)