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Dash Door & Glass Opens Doors at New Miami Facility

October 10, 2018

Dash Door & Glass has relocated to a larger, modern facility. CEO Steve Sanko called the move “a natural step, taken in order to accommodate our continued, organic growth,” emphasizing that the new headquarters is good news for Dash Door & Glass clients as well as our dedicated team members.

By tripling our work space, the new Miami facility is allowing Dash Door & Glass to grow our in-house fabrication capability. We’re bringing in new equipment along with greater space dedicated to fabrication. Added space for inventory and project storage allows us to better accommodate client schedules and purchasing lead times.

But even as we continue to supp ...

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Dash Door & Glass Opens Doors at New Miami Facility

Dash Door & Glass has relocated to a larger, modern facility. CEO Steve Sanko called the move “a natural step, taken in order to accommodate our continued, organic growth,” emphasizing that the new headquarters is good news for Dash Door & Glass clients as well as our dedicated team members. By tripling our work space, […]

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Product Videos

Avigilon – Dash Door Video Surveillance & Analytics

  Presenting Dash Door’s Avigilon product line – We are your one-stop-shop for award-winning HD video surveillance and access control solutions – from servers to cameras to door readers. Empower your security teams with industry leading technology and software designed specifically for the IT professional. Learn more

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Reference Tools

Insulated Glass – Acoustic Performance Data Tables

STC ratings are a way to measure and compare how much sound is stopped / absorbed by any given product / material. STC ratings are used for windows, wall assemblies, doors and some constituent materials.

The STC rating is the average amount of noise stopped at 18 different frequencies, measured in decibels. STC ratings are a logarithmic scale similar to the earthquake Richter Scale, which means each escalating number is significantly higher in performance than the previous number. It is a non-linear scale.

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Technical Articles

Where are your keys?

  It’s a great occasion when we can admit an issue faced by our our own company and happily report that it has been solved by one of the very products we represent and support.  Dash Door is happy to pass along an informative white paper and provide a product testimonial that has had a […]

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