Rain or shine, Cardinal Door is here for you! Weather wont stop us. Here is an install at Wholesale Siding Depot.
Is your house ready for spring? Contact us today for your new garage and front door! We have 2 locations to serve you better: High Ridge Office & Showroom Phone: (636) 677-4444 1760 Gravois Road High Ridge, MO 63049 Columbia Office Phone: (573) 682-4023 3324 Brown Station Road Columbia, MO… Read more »
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We have a new Director of Cardinal Operations! We would like to say congratulations to Lisa Marlow on her new position. Cardinal Door continues to grow and is always finding better ways to serve the public! Head over to Cardinal Door’s Facebook page and hit “Like” for more info and upcoming news! Just follow the link below:… Read more »
Don’t let this weather turn your world upside down! We offer 24 Hour Emergency Service for your door needs! Call us today! For the St. Louis area (636) 677-4444 and for Columbia area (573) 682-4023. Head over to our Facebook page and hit “Like” for more information and upcoming news! Just click the link below:… Read more »
A Holiday to Remember This week, Cardinal Door had a very special visitor. Jim and Donna’s 5 month old granddaughter, Addison, came into town for the holiday and spent some time at the office. Everyone in the offices at Comarco and Cardinal Door were finally able to meet the infamous granddaughter that Jim and Donna cant stop… Read more »
On Friday, December 7th, the Comarco and Cardinal family came together to celebrate Christmas and the Holiday season! This years event was held at the beautiful Brookdale Farms in Eureka, Mo. We enjoyed a potluck meal with brisket and pulled chicken from Super Smokers in Eureka with many homemade desserts. We listened to and played… Read more »
Comarco and Cardinal Door recently completed their food and donation drive to help support the efforts of The Peace Pantry located in Cedar Hill. Over a 2 week period, Comarco and Cardinal employees held bake sales, a baby picture contest, a Manager’s breakfast, a “guess the amount of candies in a jar” contest, a chili… Read more »
Veteran’s Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday to honor the end of World War 1, which officially took place on November 11, 1918. Thanks to all of our Veteran’s for their dedication and service! The History of Veteran’s Day
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the people that have been affected by Hurricane Florence. https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/11/weather/gallery/hurricane-florence/index.html