11 Made-in-America Favorites for Any Home

Looking to buy American? Here's a select list of 11 quality products, tools, and appliances manufactured in one of our 50 states.

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  1. Benjamin Moore Paints

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    To find interior and exterior paint made in America, look no further than Benjamin Moore. Their paints have been made in seven different U.S. cities since the company's inception in 1883 and come in every color imaginable, with eco-friendly, low-VOC, and no-VOC lines as well.

    customhomeonline.com

  2. Viking Range

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    Viking Range Corp. produces everything from freestanding ovens and microwaves to refrigerators, hoods, dishwashers, and wine cellars. Their products, available in professional and commercial grades, keep more than 1,000 people employed in Greenwood, Mississippi.

    vikingrange.com

  3. John Deere

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    An emblem of American agricultural ingenuity, John Deere has been making its residential lawn care products here in the United States for the past 50 years. More than 9 million pieces of equipment have rolled off the production line at the historic Horicon, Wisconsin, facility. John Deere’s residential mowing products are also manufactured in Greeneville, Tennessee and Augusta, Georgia.

    johndeere.com

  4. Sub-Zero & Wolf Appliances

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    With production facilities in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Kentucky, Sub-Zero & Wolf Appliances has been in the business of American-made products for years. Although best known for refrigerators and gas ranges, the company produces everything from outdoor grills to microwaves.

    subzero-wolf.com

  5. Marvin Windows and Doors

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    Marvin Windows and Doors produces a wide range of wood windows made in the U.S.A. that meet national standards for passive building certification. The company also offers more products that bear the Energy Star "Most Efficient" designation than any other wood-window manufacturer.

    marvin.com

  6. Gorilla Glue

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    Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Gorilla Glue has been in operation for more than a decade. Although known primarily for their high-quality wood glue, the company doesn't monkey around when it comes to adhesives, also producing epoxy and tapes.

    gorillatough.com

  7. Delta

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    This kitchen and bath accessories company offers more than 4,500 products that are compliant with the Buy American Act. Manufactured in facilities in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, Delta faucets and accessories are available worldwide.

    build.com

  8. Weber Grills

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    A renowned made-in-America manufacturer of gas and charcoal grills, Weber has been an outdoor cooking icon for more than 50 years. Whether you're cooking for two or 20, the company's products, which include smokers, portable grills, and electric units, will meet your food prep needs.

    weber.com

  9. Lodge Cast-Iron Seasoned Skillet

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    Produced in their Tennessee foundry, Lodge's seasoned cast-iron skillets won a Good Housekeeping Award in 2003. Their skillets and Dutch ovens come in a variety of sizes between 6 and 17 inches, and set the gold standard for cast-iron products.

    lodgemfg.com

  10. Maglite

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    With a manufacturing facility in Southern California and memberships in a number of chambers of commerce, Maglite sets one of the highest standards in American manufacturing. Their flashlights come as small as 3 inches and as large as 20 inches, and are available with incandescent and LED lights.

    candlepowerforums.com

  11. Purdy Paintbrushes

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    Purdy Corp. was founded in 1925 when S. Desmond Purdy began to build paintbrushes with an unwavering commitment to quality and attention to detail. Today the company maintains that tradition with a staff of dedicated brushmakers who still apply their personal decals to each brush. The company employs 450 people at its two locations.

    Purdy.com

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