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 […]

Quaker Historical Windows bring New Life to Old Buildings

Preserving traditional architecture is complex You know it, and at Quaker Windows & Doors, we know it too. However, at Quaker, preserving the integrity and design of traditional architecture has been a specialty of ours for years. In fact, we like to think we make this uneasy task an easy one for our customers to […]

New Construction vs. Replacement Windows

Understanding Your New & Replacement Window Options: New construction windows are used when a brand new home or a new addition to a home is being built. Since the studs of the home are exposed the window can be installed directly on to the frame by use of a nail fin frame, which means it is […]