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American WeatherStar Establishes New Spray Foam Division
The new division helps to meet the ever expanding supply needs of the spray foam insulation industry.

MOBILE, AL - American WeatherStar (AWS) has a great history of working with Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF), and in keeping with that tradition, a new Spray Foam division was created in July 2009 to meet the ever expanding supply needs of the spray foam insulation industry.

In addition to continuing to promote energy efficient roofing, the AWS Spray Foam Division ( adds the ability to insulate walls for interior applications, thus providing all the materials necessary to completely insulate any building envelope.

AWS Spray Polyurethane Foam offers the building owner the most energy efficient form of insulation for walls and roofing applications and when combined with the AWS Coatings Division, the AWS SPF Division completes the total energy efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost effective AWS product line.

The owner of American WeatherStar, Brian O’Donnell, said, “Spray Foam insulation is the best way to ensure a weathertight interior envelope and AWS Spray Foam will meet or exceed insulation expectations.”

For more information on American WeatherStar spray foam insulation and coatings systems, visit or call toll free, 1-800-771-6643.

About American WeatherStar
An established leader in the coatings industry, American WeatherStar is a full line supplier of high quality, energy efficient, water-tight roof coatings, wall coatings, spray foam insulation, and single-ply roofing systems for commercial and industrial buildings. These remarkable systems can be used to stop leaks, cool a building's interior, or simply for preventive maintenance.

American WeatherStar
P.O. Box 6256, Mobile, AL 36660
Toll Free: 800-771-6643 | Office: 251-476-7385 | Fax: 251-479-3602

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