Available Foam Types
High Density Foam
High Resilience Foam
Dry Fast Foam
Frequently Asked Questions
Foam products have maximum dimensions. Foam ordered beyond its maximum dimension will be divided in half to achieve the desired measurement. For example, High Density foam at 100.00″L will deliver as two 50.00″L pieces.
- High Density Foam – 96″
- Polyurethane Foam – 84″
- Lux Foam – 96″
- High Resilience Foam – 96″
- Dry Fast Foam – 80″
- Charcoal Foam – 84″
- Rebond Foam – 80″
What are the common uses of wedges?
Wedge foam is used primarily for acid reflux. More specifically, by elevating a user’s upper body on the wedge, acid is limited to the lower portion of the body. The ability to choose a custom wedge height allows you to elevate your body to your exclusive needs, ultimately providing a more relaxing night’s sleep. Wedges can be custom-cut in a variety of foam types and firmnesses to fit your needs and provide the ultimate comfort.
Another common use for wedge foam is to elevate and level seating by being placed under foam cushions. This enhances the comfort of the foam cushions on chairs and sofas.
In addition to being used for seating purposes, wedge foam is often utilized in jewelry stores and event display cases for items to be showcased at a more appealing angle.
Foam wedges are also used as backstops against the headboard of beds. This allows you to sit up in a comfortable position while leaning back on the foam wedge. In addition to other applications, foam wedges are commonly used to prevent people from rolling over while in bed.
What type of foam is most commonly used in foam wedges?
High Density foam is most commonly used in foam wedges due to the wide variety of firmnesses available, ranging from Soft to Extra Firm. High Density foam also provides good quality at an affordable price, making it one of the more commonly used foams in foam wedges. However, some people prefer a higher quality foam than High Density. In this case, High Resilience foam would be recommended as it’s an excellent quality foam and is also available in a wide variety of foam firmnesses. At a slightly higher price point, High Resilience foam will provide superior comfort and longevity when compared to other foam types on the market. As a result, High Resilience foam is excellent for high usage and those desiring the best and most comfortable foam wedge available.