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Sashco, Inc.

Since 1936, Sashco has led the way in innovation and product performance, manufacturing high quality sealants for conventional homes as well as finishing and maintenance products for log homes. Consistently delighting customers with a better way, Sashco is now celebrating 75 years in business. Founded by Don Burch in Denver...

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eXact Color™ Sealant

Mar 23, 2012 by Sashco, Inc.

Exact Color™ is a high-quality, super-elastic caulk from the makers of Big Stretch® that mixes with any latex paint or stain to create custom colored caulk with no tools required.

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What to use for Chimney Mortar Repairs

Jan 30, 2012 by Sashco, Inc.

Cracked mortar and concrete around your chimney can lead to roof leaks. So, seal them up. But how? And which products should you use?

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Understanding Permits

Jun 23, 2011 by Level One Construction

As a homeowner, you are not legally permitted to perform your own renovation work, with the exception of the electrical, but it is strongly recommended amateurs not do this as disastrous results can occur.

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Fall Maintenance Tips

Sep 22, 2009

You will save time and money if you periodically inspect your home for potential water damage.

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Metal Roofing Homeowner Tax Credit Tripled

Feb 26, 2009

Recent action by the U.S. government has resulted in more good news for the residential metal roofing market.

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Do You Need A New Roof?

Jun 19, 2008 by GAF Materials Corporation

Modern technology allows roofing manufacturers to do amazing things today, but Mother Nature has the last word when it comes to the appearance and performance of your roof. For example: Ultraviolet sun rays can cause shingle deterioration. Temperature extremes can damage shingles because of expansion and contraction. Shingles can blow off from strong wind gusts. Damage to the attic can occur from wind-driven, horizontal rain. And the accumulated stress of rain is …