Every display manufacturer has their own pixel policy. AWD-IT does not seem to have display warranty or pixel policy information listed on their website. It would, in my opinion, be prudent before purchasing one of their products to contact them directly and ask them specifically what is the warranty on that monitor and SPECIFICALLY what is their pixel policy. Some manufacturers have a zero dead pixel policy and others have policies that require there be more than a certain number of dead pixels before they will warranty a display.
Make them tell you, so that you have it in writing. And unfortunately I'm afraid that a lot of displays only have a one year warranty and after that if you have dead pixels that's just the way the ball bounces. LG, who is not some fly by night or lesser known company, for example, also only has a one year warranty on their monitors and they have some of the best monitors on the market and are well respected. All of my panels are LG for that matter. They also require that there be more than 7 dead pixels.
AOC has a three year warranty on all it's monitors (At least, those sold in the US and Canada anyhow) and also requires there to be at least 3 stuck on or 5 stuck off pixels to be eligible for replacement.
ASUS has a one year to three year warranty depending on the model, but they too have a 3-5 pixel policy just like AOC.
HP and Philips both used to have a zero dead pixel policy IIRC, but both of them now also have either 5 or "we will replace it if there is an unacceptable number of ......" blah, blah, blah, which basically means they get to decide if they want to replace it or not.
I'm sure there has to be somebody out there who still has a zero dead pixel policy, but I don't know why they are and I'm not seeing any, so...............................You may HAVE to cope with it if you get less than however many that company targets. And, I've also seen a number of companies that only allow for a zero dead pixel policy for a set amount of time, like three months, but not for the full warranty period, so there's that as well. I imagine a smaller company like AWD-IT that is already providing a panel that costs much more elsewhere from a different brand, is definitely not going to be able to simply eat a bunch of monitors with one or two dead pixels so ask them and see what they say but I wouldn't expect to get the answer you are wanting.
On the other hand, none of the five LG monitors I have here at my house, nor the other three that I recommended for some of my clients, have ever had ANY dead pixels or any problems of any kind. At all. That's not to say it doesn't happen, but I haven't seen it myself.