Cracked Caulk At Butt Joints Is No Joke It happens year after year: cracked caulking in the butt joints of your siding. But what can you do about it? Here are some great caulking tips. Why It Happens Butt joints are a perfect example of poor joint design. They’re too small to accommodate a bond breaker (backer rod), so the caulk can’t stretch properly once applied. But they’re also too large to simply leave alone. A lot of moisture... Read More
During the height of the Depression, when banks were bankrupt, soup-kitchen lines ran long and a quarter of the population was out of work, Don Burch thought it would be a great idea to start a company. Today, son Les Burch said his dad’s plan to start a window company sounds, honestly speaking, stupid. Read more in The Denver Post about how Sashco survived and thrived.