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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 [...]

Quaker’s Textured Black Windows

These are three essentials that builders are looking for and homeowners are demanding when it comes to new windows and doors. With this in mind, Quaker Windows is [...]

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 [...]

Energy-Savings Tax Credits are BACK!

Tax Credits are back! If you’ve replaced windows or doors in your home sometime between 2017-2019, you probably know that tax credits for those products have been eliminated [...]

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, [...]

Quaker Adds Two New Paint Colors

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 [...]

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 [...]

Quaker Awarded Missouri’s BEST Window Company & Large Employer 2020

  The new year has brought new opportunities for Quaker Windows & Doors, and also new awards. On January 6th, Missouri Magazine announced that Quaker Windows & Doors [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]