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Foam Roofing Jobs Highlighted in 'Spotlight on Excellence' Project
American Weatherstar announces the first recipient of their new program

American WeatherStar announces the first recipient of their “Spotlight On Excellence” as the Olmos Towers Condominiums, San Antonio project which was recently completed by Winco of South Texas.

This project not only highlights the tremendous skill of the contractor, it also shows that no matter what type of commercial flat roof you have, American WeatherStar can supply the roofing products you need to seal it right.

Job Location:
Olmos Towers Condominiums, San Antonio

Substrate Specifications:
7,500 sq ft Granulated Modified Bitumen

AWS System Installed:
Full Fabric Lined Butyl 310 System

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Barry Kirkwood with Winco of South TX was the Project Manager for installing the AWS Full Fabric Lined Butyl 310 System. His crew first pressure-washed the entire surface, then carefully installed the fabric system using the American WeatherStar Fabric Bond 930 (BLUE COATING) to ensure good adhesion to the substrate.

The crew also used the same care in flashing each penetration and curbs on the roof.

Finally, two coats of the AWS Butyl 310 were applied to further add water-tight protection and protect the fabric system. Olmos Towers now has a "cool roof", to say the least, that will protect them against leaks for another ten years.

Read the Client Testimonial here.



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Winco of South Texas
(210) 599-3000
130 West Turbo
San Antonio, TX 78216
Kevin@wincotx.com
www.wincotx.com

An Independent Dealer of
American WeatherStar Roofing Products
1-800-771-6643
Sales@WeatherStar.net
AmericanWeatherStar.com

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Submit your entry for the next AWS Spotlight On Excellence to jobphotos@weatherstar.net or click here for more detailed entry information.


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