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Should you flip the mattress?

September 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Written by The Foam Factory

According to the National Sleep Foundation adults require an average of seven to nine hours of sleep per day. Considering that we spend about a third of a lifetime sleeping, choosing the right mattress and cushion plays an important part in ensuring our comfort. Just like people choose the best chairs and furniture for their offices, ergonomy in the bedroom is equally important. Moreover, taking good care of your mattress is also recommended. This is why people often flip their mattresses to avoid uncomfortable body impressions.

Depending on the people, mattresses are flipped once every month or twice a year. The frequency of mattress rotation depends on the type of foam mattress and the weight of the persons sleeping on the mattress. Basically, flipping a mattress ensures that it gets an even wear with time. However, flipping the mattress can sometimes be a tedious task as it involves putting in some force, especially if one undertakes it alone.

With a vast experience in manufacturing and selling foam products since 1980, Carlo Badalamenti has risen to VP of his organization. His company proposes an array of products such as the memory foams, latex or convoluted mattresses. Those mattresses are made to last and are durable enough to not require constant flips.

The Foam Factory specializes in the production and sale of foam products such as foam mattresses and cushions.

Improve Your Home with Wicker

September 8, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

wickerparadise_2269_95738594By Wicker Paradise

Are you currently looking for ways to improve your home? Are you putting off such a prospect because you’re convinced it will cost too much to do so? If either is true, the good news is that one of the best ways to breathe new life into the way your home looks can also be extremely affordable too. Thanks to wicker furniture, you can get a beautiful finished result without having to break the bank in the process.

You’re probably already familiar with outdoor wicker furniture. You should be, too, because this type of furniture is probably the best option for your patio or other outdoor areas. Plus, there are so many brands making wicker furniture these days that you can get a thoroughly modern look, despite using such a tried and true material. Take a look at Lane Venture or Rattan Furniture for a better idea of what your options are.

But that’s not all. Wicker furniture could be just what the inside of your home needs too. Take a look at the types of dining room sets you can currently find these days. There are also pieces for your living, family and bedrooms that will blow your mind if you haven’t seen what wicker can do lately.


Everyone loves the class and comfort of wicker furniture. If you’d like to find some for your home or business, Wicker Paradise has everything you need from wicker furniture sets to including wicker chairs, sofas, dining room sets and much more.

Tricks for Proper Artificial Grass Installation

September 5, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division.

Installing your own fake grass lawn is much easier than you might think. While you can hire a professional installer if you want to avoid any hassles, chances are that you can install your own fake grass with limited landscaping experience. However, you do need to take care in order to ensure that it’s done properly. Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you plan on putting in your own artificial grass lawn:

Remove the weeds from underneath your installation point. Any weeds that grow below your artificial turf lawn can poke through and damage your lawn. Instead, use commercially available weed killer several days before to completely wipe out any weeds that exist. Don’t worry about going overboard: you are taking out the natural grass anyway.

Protect against weeds with a weed barrier. Even if you get rid of all weeds initially, they can come back underneath your synthetic grass lawn over time. You can purchase a 15 to 25 year weed barrier just below your lawn to protect against future weed growth. It can be installed using basic landscaping staples.

Use a carpet or box knife to cut pieces as large as possible. Buying pieces of turf that are as close to the size of your lawn as possible eliminates the need to piece together different slices of turf with seams. Planning ahead of time can help you to avoid this issue. If you do need to seam your turf together, you can either use commercially available carpet seaming or long landscaping staples.

Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division is a leading supplier of top end artificial grass to a wide range of customers. Go to their website to see their entire collection of turf options from leading manufacturers.