American Window Film Relocates


AWF Building Exterior

AWF Building Exterior

Foxboro, MA – The American Window Film, Inc. team is settling in nicely – and stretching their legs – in new “digs” at 71 Elm Street, Unit 10, in Foxboro. As Peter Davey, president, commented, “We’ve been bursting at the seams for a while now — waiting for the right location, the right opportunity and the right time to make a move as complex as this.”  Specific requirements have made finding a building that would accommodate all their needs a challenge. Fortunately, that building became available the first of the year and the company’s steady growth, a positive economic outlook and timing were perfect.

Despite the fact that American Window Film’s new home is only a few miles away from its previous Foxboro location, the actual move was not without its logistic challenges. Moving inventory, offices and vehicles from multiple locations while balancing ongoing installation projects was daunting and made for very long days for all. While at it, the principals agreed that this would be prime time to upgrade computer and phone systems as well. Their new location includes significantly more office and inventory space and allows for garaging company vehicles on site within 3000sf. James Davey, vice president operations, said,  “It is so much more convenient having inventory and vehicles under one roof. Less travel, much more efficient…and fewer keys.”

Jim Maloof, vice president sales watches the crew carry in rolls of film inventory into their new warehouse space, and adds, “I guess you can say we all move a lot of window film here – we’ve been doing it for a long time and our experience shows. It’s nice to be home.”