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Explore 2023 Quaker windows reviews on their Brighton, Manchester, Crusader and Advantage E4 vinyl window series.

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Editor's Quaker Windows Review

Quaker Windows is headquartered in Freeburg Missouri and has been in business since 1950. The company offers a number of windows series, including the Manchester and AdvantEdge vinyl windows, the Emerge, Keystone, and Blast aluminum windows, and the Brighton and Classic Fit wood windows. The company is definitely a regional manufacturer and I don't hear them mentioned all that often.

Quaker Windows get 4 out of 5 stars based on 6 Quaker reviews below.

Tim - Site Editor

Quaker Manchester Windows Cost

I am recently windowed and in need to replace the windows on my 26 year old house. I have lived in it since it was built. It has wooden windows and several have rotten window sills. I have received three of the four quotes thus far and am trying to educate myself on the best option. If I could receive your list of your recommended good and great windows I would appreciate it also.

15 double hung
1 large half round window
2 small half round window
2 casement windows
2 sliding glass doors

I really wanted black exterior and black interior but I’ll be financing the purchase (I have $10,000 towards it) and I can’t seem to see the additional cost for black both outside and inside. Your review and recommendation of the brands I have obtained quotes on would be greatly appreciated. I have one outstanding quote for Provia – either Endure or Aspect series.

Alside Mezzo windows and doors $20, 445
White ext / white int
+$6000 for black exterior

Quaker Manchester windows $23,919.66
Anderson 100 series doors 7,470.14
Black ext /black int

Vinyl Kraft 5300 Series windows and doors $20,952
Black ext / white int
+20,000 for black int

Cathy - Homeowner - from 2022

[Site Editor's Answer]

Cathy, I would prefer the ProVia Endure over anything on the board so far fyi. I think I would go with the VinylKraft 5300 series then the Alside Mezzo -- I really don't know enough about the Quaker Manchester windows to make a call on this selection. Let's find out what the Endure bid comes in at -- when they come out, I would basically give them the Alside Mezzo price and tell them point blank if they can match that, then you'll sign the work order that day. That would be an excellent window at a very competitive price.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2022

Quaker Windows vs. Zen

Hi Dane, I was wondering why you redacted the list from your answer that you gave marc (not expecting you to know what post)

Anyways, could you share the list? I’m in St. Louis and looking to replace my windows. There is a Zen dealer here Quaker, viwinco, vinyl craft and I’m sure several others but I’m still doing my homework. Your list or personal suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you sir.

Chuck - Homeowner - from 2022

[Site Editor's Answer]

Chuck, I redacted the list to keep the search engines from hitting my site with duplicate content warnings. This is my list:

[List Redacted -- email Tim for list.]

Dane - Site Editor - from 2022

Quaker Window Reviews

Have you done any reviews on the Quaker windows?

Kelly - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

I would google "quaker windows reviews" and check out the google reviews...

Quaker Windows & Doors
3.539 Google reviews 39 reviews..

I'm not impressed by a 3.5, but I would read the reviews individually to get more specific information.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

Quaker Window Costs vs Zen Nirvana

Hi Tim, we live in the St. Louis, MO area and are in the process of getting quotes for 7 of our windows. We have the following sizes:

3 - 35 x 58 1/2
2 - 63 x 58 1/2
2 - 70 3/4 x 58 1/2

I've gotten quotes for the following:

Pella 250 Series

Quaker Advantage Edge E4 series

Zen Windows using the Nirvana line

Is any one of those better than the other? Pella was the most at $10,000, Zen was about $5500 and so was the Quaker window. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

I did forget to mention that they are offering the Joyce Lotus at the same cost as the Nirvana line. Is this comparable? Thanks again.

Scott - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Scott, I would definitely go with the Zen Nirvana series, which is the Soft-Lite Classic window. This is going to be the better option in my opinion over the Pella 250 or the Quaker Advantage. I'm pretty sure that they use the Joyce Heritage Series for their Lotus model. The Heritage seems to be a good window, but Soft-Lite is the more proven window in that head to head. I don't quite have enough knowledge of the Joyce window to give you an opinion on the "upgrade."

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Quaker Windows Cost vs. Soft-Lite

Hi Dane, sorry, but can I ask one more question?

Got one more quote from a local installer for aluminum clad wood windows from Quaker.

The quote is higher than the soft-lite quote, and I think the soft-lite windows are probably a better option, but would love a third party perspective on aluminum clad and/or Quaker.

Many thanks!

Michael - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Michael, I rarely hear about Quaker windows. What I've heard is generally good. They are a small manufacturer out of Missouri and there are just too many small manufacturers to track. For me, you always go with the manufacturer that you know over one you don't. The fact that the Soft-Lite window quote is lower makes this an easy decision. Soft-Lite is in my top three vinyl window manufacturers when it comes to quality and craftsmanship.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

Quaker Window Options

Is there a particular reason why Quaker windows have not been included? Where do they fit in the line up? Any pros/cons you are aware of? Any important difference between their Manchester and their Crusader series?

Milton - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Milton, there are hundreds of window manufacturers and Quaker windows have never entered our review boards. I'm not sure where they fit into the vinyl window equation. I will say that, in general, going with a window manufacturer that is more well known, and proven to manufacture a quality product is a more reliable path to long term consumer satisfaction. I really can't compare their models -- sorry about this. I did take a look at their double hung air infiltration and was impressed with the .03 that is listed on their website.

I would suggest comparing Quaker Windows performance numbers with other brands you may be considering as a way to see how they stack up to the competition: U-factor, SHGC, DP, Air Infiltration, etc.

In Missouri, I know you have some great vinyl window options, including Sunrise, Zen, Champion and even Vista. I'm not saying don't go with Quaker, but I would get a couple more bids to at least have some options at your fingertips. Good luck!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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