The Quality Foam StoryOur business is focused on much more than just providing excellent foam products.
Quality Foam Designs makes your products with three values in mind: Quality. Service. Integrity. Those are not just words to us. They are the very basis for our business and our success. Since 1987, we have designed and manufactured polyurethane foam products for the Consumer, Novelty and Packaging markets. Since that time, we have added to our capabilities and continue to renew our commitment to quality products and service now providing products to Sports Marketing, Corporate Promotions, Entertainment, Sales Promotions – POP displays & On packs and other prominent industries.
Quality Foam Designs operations are consolidated with our parent company Century Foam. All products are manufactured and printed in our 160,000 sq. ft. facility. You may visit their website at centuryfoam.com. We control all facets of the products being made so we can guarantee you receive quality products, committed lead-time and pricing to budget.
Quality Foam Designs takes the quality of the products we produce seriously. We are an ISO:2001 certified company. We also are in compliance with the CPSIA regulations. Keeping in mind our environment, we use BioFlex, an environmentally friendly polyurethane foam providing effective protection and an eco-friendly alternative which results in a 61% reduction of non-renewable energy use – meeting all EPA requirements, reducing total energy demand and less global warming emissions.
Through our years of diverse experience and dedication, we look forward to new opportunities to provide you with innovative products that meet and exceed all expectations. Taking the extra steps with customer care is truly what sets us apart from others. WE ARE YOUR FOAM SOURCE.
Thomas A. Teach, Owner/CEO
Mr. Teach began his distinguished military career in 1964 upon entering the U.S. Naval Academy. He was a first team All-American soccer player and served as class vice president, graduating from the Academy in 1968. He was assigned to the U.S.S. George K. Mackenzie (DD-836) home ported in Yokosuka, Japan and served as Communications Officer and Navigator. In 1970, he completed a six month department head training and was assigned to the USS McCloy (FF-1038), Newport, RI, serving as Operations Officer, and was deployed twice to the Mediterranean and once to Northern Europe. He then served at the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Arlington, VA until September 1973 when he resigned commission and entered private industry.