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.
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Colorado-Based Sashco Celebrates 80 Years of Creating High-Performance Home Improvement Products Family-owned company celebrates milestone with log home service expansion and thriving sales of locally manufactured products COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (June 7, 2016) – Sashco, a Colorado-based manufacturer of high-performance caulks, sealants, and log home stains and finishing products is celebrating its 80th anniversary this month. Founded in 1936 as Colorado Steel Sash Company, founder Donald Burch started making non-messy window putty called Elasti-glaze one bucket at a time. The company continued to innovate and launch new products and... Read More
Sashco, Inc. is 80 years new, says its President, Les Burch, and is revving for the future. Read more from The Denver Business Journal.