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At Sashco, our foundation, all we do and decide, every bit of our direction, is built around five foundational values: truth, trust, care, forgiveness, and respect. We’ve been operating by these core values for more than 85 years.

When we were developing our values, the subject of care came up. Do we care about each other? Who do we need to care about? As we looked back at our discussions, we realized that, in a way, we were debating over who we didn’t have to care about! That realization made our answer crystal clear: yes, we do need to care, and care must be all-inclusive.

Sure, that’s easy to say, but what does that look like on a practical level? Let’s be honest. No one always likes everyone they work with. Does that mean we can’t still care about them? Absolutely not. Does all-inclusive care mean there’s never conflict? Negative ghost-rider. Conflict is often a necessary part of progress. Without contrasting ideas, it’s almost impossible to truly drive innovation. Can you engage in caring conflict? You bet!
Living and working by values like care mean you assume, look for, and point out the best in your team. Care means working together for the company’s and the customer’s greater good, rather than stepping on heads to get ahead. Showing care demonstrates the values we hold. It tells the truth, it trusts and respects others and their ideas, and it’s quick to forgive.
To be a company driven by care, though, you must go beyond just the team’s inner workings. You must demonstrate and extend all-inclusive care to everyone with whom you interact. Our shipping team cares about the UPS and FedEx guys who pick up from us each day. Our customer service team cares about the stressed-out homeowner on the phone who desperately needs a little guidance. Our sales team cares equally about the buying manager and the sales floor clerk.
Kindness is a bit of a buzzword. It’s simple to talk about being kind. Care, though…care requires putting kindness into action, even when it’s not easy. And when care isn’t shown, it means making it right. The right thing is often the hard thing, but the worthy thing.

Are you not sure what to carve in your pumpkin this year? Carve the Sashco logo and send us a picture of your pumpkin to be entered to win a log t-shirt! To be entered either email cbabcock@sashco.com or tag us on social media using #sashcologhomes on Instagram or Facebook. The contest closes November 1, 2020.

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Wayne Summons | June 2016 Wayne Summons | June 2016

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Sashco’s 80 years of delighting the customer with a better way is winning over pros and DIYers alike. Check out Extreme How-To magazine’s feature on Sashco’s storied history (along with the Unofficial History of Caulking).

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Sashco stopped by Colorado & Co. in June to show DIYers how easy caulking can be, along with some helpful caulking tips.

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Third-generation owners Nick and Jeff Burch are taking 80-year-old Sashco to new heights of productivity and innovating new merchandising and packaging.

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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.

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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

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Sashco, Inc. is 80 years new, says its President, Les Burch, and is revving for the future.

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We’ve been saying it for years…”Logs Ain’t Wood.”Now, more people than ever are going to hear it. (Did we mention that we’re going to be on TV?!)

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