Continuing to Grow: Eldon Expansion Phase III has begun

Eldon, MO –– This month marks the 1-year anniversary of Quaker Windows and Doors opening of their Eldon (MO) Manufacturing facility and Offices. The manufacturing plant and office build-out in Eldon were Phases 1 and 2 of Quaker’s multi-phase Eldon expansion plan for the 130-acre campus. Yesterday, Thursday, May 6th, Missouri Governor Mike Parson visited […]

Quaker’s Historical Windows recognized as part of Metamorphosis Award Winning Projects

Retrofit Magazine’s annual Metamorphosis Awards recognizes historical development and redevelopment projects in a variety of categories each year, ranging from overall Transformations, to Mixed Use, and Multi-Family projects. In 2020, Quaker Windows & Doors was recognized as part of three astounding renovation projects across the country who received Metamorphosis Awards this year. photo credit: Orion […]

Product of the Year: FlexScreen available on Quaker Windows

Congratulations to our valued business partner, FlexScreen, who was recently announced as BIG (Business Intelligence Group) Awards Product of the Year 2020!  FlexScreen’s sleek, easy to install, and nearly indestructible flexible window screens are a product of the future, available now as part of your Quaker Windows! Check out all of the amazing Quaker Windows […]

Growth Continues as Commercial Manufacturing Facility Opens in Eldon, MO

Eldon, MO – Quaker Windows and Doors has announced the opening of a new manufacturing plant at their recently established Eldon, Missouri campus.  The 200,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility began operations on May 18, 2020 and will be dedicated to expanding Quaker’s commercial aluminum window and door production capacity. “This plant opening is just the beginning […]

National Historic Preservation Month: The Gasconade County Courthouse

May is National Historic Preservation month. A month dedicated to our history, our heritage, and to the historic buildings that have stood the “test of time” in our nation, region, and even our own hometowns. In honor of our this, Quaker Windows & Doors would like to remember many of the amazing historical renovation and […]

An Important Message from Quaker Windows regarding Covid-19

Valued Customers, As the global impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to unfold, Quaker Windows and Doors has taken a number of proactive steps to protect the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, and community. As always, Quaker is committed to supporting our team and the measures we have taken continues to allow us to […]

Quaker Adds Two New Paint Colors

Two New Additions to Popular Paint Choices Dark exterior window colors continue to be one of the hottest trends in the window industry. In our ongoing effort to meet this ever growing desire, Quaker is excited to announce the addition of two new colors, “Textured Black” and “Dark Espresso” to our list of “Popular” color […]

OptiCore Named Best New Design/Feature 2019 by DWM Magazine

In a category filled with ideas and innovations from throughout the industry, Quaker Windows & Doors is excited to announce we are the winner of DWM Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Award for best New Design/Feature in Windows & Doors 2019 with our patented OptiCore Technology. OptiCore Technology is changing the face of architectural window design with structural, thermal, and […]

Eldon Update | November 2019

There is little left to have to imagine as the Quaker Windows & Doors plant location in Eldon, Missouri is reaching the finalization stages on the exterior. The steel structure is complete and the roof is more than halfway done. The main entrance is beginning to take shape, as well as, progress is being made on the internal framework […]

An Updated View at MO Governor’s Mansion

Built in 1871, the Missouri Governor’s Mansion in Jefferson City sits proudly near the state’s capitol building and on the bluff overlooking the Missouri River. Despite various renovations in the 1980s, the 2-story sun porch of the mansion still contained age-old, inefficient windows. In 2019, Gov. Mike Parson decided to change that by replacing the […]