Quaker Product Line Highlights
|For Quaker Window Products, energy efficiency is a standard feature, the company reports, and the thermal protection on its window and door products has made them Energy Star certified for 12 years. The Brighton Series wood clad windows and doors meet Energy Star criteria and can qualify for current tax credits.|
|The Parkview apartments in St. Louis used Quaker Traditional Series aluminum windows.|
|Quaker Manchester Series vinyl windows and doors create a clean, contemporary look. Manchester vinyl windows offer style, beauty and design flexibility.
|Quaker’s two-tone painted vinyl windows and patio doors are said to give home exteriors more flavor without sacrificing energy efficiency. More than 30 interior/exterior combinations are available with Energy Star performance.
|Quaker can make extra-large-scale windows. Redevelopers of The Powerhouse Building in St. Louis used Quaker Traditional Series aluminum windows to replicate the massive 80-year-old arched windows throughout the structure.|
|For the housing sector, Quaker developed a new Escape Window. Part of the Emerge Series, the single-hung aluminum window has the ability to swing out for egress purposes. Quaker’s Escape Window works well for non-adjustable brick openings needing egress compliance. It also provides an alternative to openings that are too large for horizontal sliders.|
|Kentucky's Fort Campbell incorporates Quaker’s Blast Series aluminum windows. Structurally reinforced and specially glazed, Quaker’s blast products meet Department of Defense Anti-Terrorism minimum standards. Quaker also offers an Impact Series of aluminum products, certified to meet ASTM E1886 and E1996 standards, as well as AAMA/WDMA/CSA standards.
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