Quaker Windows and Doors to Display at BEC in Nashville

Freeburg, MO –– Quaker Windows and Doors is please to announce that it will be displaying at the National Glass Association’s  Building Envelope Conference (BEC) on March 27-29th, 2022 in Nashville, TN . In its 24th year, the Building Envelope Conference is one of the top educational and networking events targeted towards glazing contractors, fabricators, […]

Quaker Products Now Listed in SpecLink

Quaker Windows & Doors, a leading manufacturer of aluminum, vinyl & wood windows & doors, has announced that its products are now listed in SpecLink, a software platform that has helped thousands of architects, engineers, and specifiers simplify and improve their process for creating and collaborating on building project specifications. SpecLink offers a comprehensive library […]

Quaker Launches New Commercial Windows & Doors Website

Freeburg, MO –– Quaker Windows and Doors is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Commercial/Architectural window and door website, www.QuakerCommercialWindows.com on Monday, November 1, 2021. With Architects and Specifiers in mind, Quaker has developed this next generation website that features an interactive learning experience focusing on cutting-edge fenestration technologies, as well as innovative […]

Fully Remote HSW-CEU Presentations Available Now

Fully Remote AIA-Continuing Education Courses Available Quaker Windows & Doors is recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as a Continuing Education Units (CEU) provider for more than a decade, and committed to providing ongoing education opportunities to design professionals in the fenestration industry. As a registered AIA/CES provider, Quaker is now offering a […]

Breaking Ground in Eldon, MO | Quaker Windows & Doors

November 1, 2018 – It may have been a cold and rainy morning, but that didn’t stop more than 100 people from gathering in a open field in Eldon, MO to break ground on Quaker Windows & Doors newest plant location. Quaker CEO  Kevin Blansett & QWP board members Judy Stone, Carlotta Kaesik, Mary Knoll, […]

Egress Windows: The best escape in an emergency is to plan ahead

Egress windows and the building code You may have installed smoke detectors in your home, but having a way to escape when or if they go off is just as important. This is especially true for upstairs bedrooms or basements, where the stairway is often the only escape route. If that stairway were to be […]