• Tracks to Comfort

    • Added on May 14, 2024

    The City of Aiken’s Visitor’s Center and Train Museum is situated in Aiken, SC. This area has a wealth of railroad history dating back to a time when the railroad enabled the area’s cotton growers to transport their goods to Charleston, SC. In 1830 a Boston engineer named Alfred Dexter was sent by the South Carolina Canal & Railroad to map a new railroad line from Charleston to Hamburg, SC. It is said that it was due to a love story that enabled this railroad to be built. read more

  • Making Waves

    • By Ashley Brooks
    • Added on Feb 27, 2024

    Life aboard a houseboat evokes images of endless sun tanning, cold beverages, and floating leisurely from one beach to the next as the captain of one’s own ship. In modern houseboats, there’s endless relaxation potential—with massive, luxurious, custom-built vessels available with all the comforts of an on-land home, such as multiple rooms, stories, solar panels, and interior living quarters impeccably sealed, insulated, and sound-proofed with spray polyurethane foam. read more

  • Spill the Beans

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Jan 16, 2024

    Love them or hate them, golf carts have been popular in the U.S. since the 1950s. However, it was a few decades earlier when the first golf cart was made in 1932 by disabled golfer Lyman Beecher, in his home state of Florida. Beecher improved upon his initial design by adding six car batteries and two more wheels to make it independently operated, but it was only suitable for short distances. read more

  • In Plane Sight

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Nov 30, 2023

    The unusual projects, the ones that make a person sit-up straight and shuffle in their seat, are the ones that will often create questions like, “How, and why did they do that?” On a crisp and sunny autumn afternoon, the Spray Foam Magazine Team (SFMT) spoke to one contractor who not only has an unusual project to share, but a unique outlook on life and work. This inspiring story all starts with a DHL plane and one guy willing and able to spray it! read more

  • Cozy Camouflage

    • By Ashley Brooks
    • Added on Sep 27, 2023

    Many of the best businesses belong to owners who are both passionate about their products, and intimately familiar with their customer’s wants and needs. Todd and Jerranna Cannady of Hunter’s Comfort, LLC in Franklinton, NC, exemplify this commitment to excellence. Hunter’s Comfort produces insulated deer blinds via a patented process that Todd Cannady, a hunter himself, has continually developed and perfected over the years. read more

  • Tundra Treks

    • By Ashley Brooks
    • Added on Sep 27, 2023

    Exploring the Canadian tundra while visiting with polar bears beneath the Aurora Borealis is an adventure once reserved for only the most intrepid expeditioners. read more

  • T-rex-tra Special Sculpture

    • By Ashley Brooks
    • Added on Jul 30, 2023

    Meet Rexy, a spray foam project of Jurassic proportions. Towering above the stacks in the children’s department at the Frisco Public Library in Frisco, Texas, she’s a free-standing sculpture of a Tyrannosaurus rex measuring in at over 20-ft tall and 40-ft wide. read more

  • Fish Out of Water

    • By William Bales
    • Added on Jun 01, 2023

    Originally from outside Baltimore, Maryland, Travis Skinner lives on Lummi Island situated in the San Juan Island chain north of Seattle. He’s a skilled woodworker, metalsmith, and sculptor who used a combination of his skills and talents along with his friend, colleague and fellow metalsmith Travis Conn to build the “Anglerfish.” read more

  • Foam on Tap

    • By Noelle Krevetski
    • Added on Mar 31, 2023

    The bond between brothers-in-law can be a unique and special one, often stemming from a shared love of family, adventure, and creativity. For two such brothers-in-law, their passion for turning ordinary objects into something extraordinary led them to embark on a unique project that would ultimately combine their skills and talents in unexpected ways. read more

  • SPF is on Target

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Feb 01, 2023

    The Spray Foam Magazine team (SFMT) loves hearing how people in the industry have used SPF for their extracurricular activities. read more

  • Fungus Foam Mushrooms

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Staff
    • Added on Sep 29, 2022

    Artist Aleisha Prather’s nickname is “Swiss Army Art Girl,” suggesting that no medium is out of her grasp. As a sculpture artist, she specializes in fantasy works inspired by nature and the alluring history of fairies. She utilizes every aspect of creativity to execute her concepts, tapping into her knowledge of drawing, painting, wood carpentry, metal fabrication, electrical engineering and lately, spray foam insulation. read more