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 […]

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 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 […]

Book Tower Restoration – Detroit, MI

Restoration of the magnificent 38-story Book Tower Building in Detroit, Michigan is underway, and Quaker Windows & Doors is excited to be a part of it.   This historic building, was originally thought to be a library or document archive due to it’s name, however, the Book building received its name due to the original […]