17 Brands Born and Loved in the U.S.A.

In honor of the Fourth of July, we decided to recognize some popular made-in-America brands. From garage doors to blankets to exterior paints, these companies are committed to providing sustainable jobs and fair industry practices. They are also dedicated to producing the best quality products in their categories. So go ahead—shop American!

Sub Zero

Sub Zero Appliances

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


John Deere

John Deere Tractor

An emblem of American agricultural ingenuity, John Deere has been manufacturing 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.


Marvin Windows and Doors

Marvin Windows

Marvin Windows and Doors produces a wide range of wood windows that meet national standards for passive building certification. The company also offers more products carrying the Energy Star "Most Efficient" designation than any other wood-window manufacturer. Add to that American-made, and the story is a stellar one.



Delta Faucet

This Indiana-based 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.


Weber Grills

Weber Grill

A renowned made-in-America manufacturer of gas and charcoal grills, Weber has been an outdoor cooking icon for more than 50 years. Whether cooking for two or 20, the company's products—among them smokers, portable grills, and electric units—are equipped to meet every outdoor grilling need.


All Clad Cookware

All Clad Cookware

Handcrafted in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad uses a special bonding process for its stainless steel cookware. For four decades, All-Clad has been the choice of professional chefs around the world. It is now a household name used by cooks everywhere who aim for culinary excellence.


Channellock Tools

Channellock Tools

Channellock uses high-carbon North American steel to create some of the strongest, most enduring tools on the market today. Started in Meadville, Pennsylvania over 125 years ago, Channellock produces standard tools as well as specialty tools for plumbing, automative, and electrical.



Clopay Garage Door

Founded in 1964 and based in Ohio, Clopay is North America's largest manufacturer of residential garage doors. The company, which is the only garage door brand since 1996 to be backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal, also offers Energy Star-qualified fiberglass and steel entry doors to match their garage door styles.


Klein Tools

Klein Tool Set

Since 1857, Klein Tools has been manufacturing tools in America, and today, fifth and sixth generation family members continue to uphold the company's legacy brand. With hand tools focused on electrical and utility applications, Klein is the go-to choice for professionals worldwide. 


Occidental Leather

Leather Tool Bag

Since 1982, Occidental Leather has earned an unrivaled reputation for its made-in-America tool belts, bags and pouches. Specializing in extra-thick and water-repellent leather, the company offers a full range of quality leather tool belt systems, tool vests, and accessories.


Oreck Vacuums

Oreck Vacuum

David Oreck began the Oreck Corporation in 1963 to bring quality vacuum cleaners to the U.S. Hotel industry. Today, Oreck builds lightweight vacuums that are powerful enough for commercial use but a favorite among homeowners seeking the best. The company's facilities are based in Cookeville, Tennessee.


Goodwin Company

Heartpine Flooring

Manufactured by the Goodwin Company, Heart Pine Flooring holds a unique position in the history of industrial America. In the 19th century it was transported to Europe and used to build everything from bridges, railroad cars, and flooring to high-class hotels and palaces. In America, Heart Pine is recognized as the premiere choice for luxury flooring.



Pendleton Blanket

Pendleton Woolen Mills began in 1851 as a family-owned business. Today, the company creates a wide range of products, but it is their blankets that has earned them world-class recognition. With patterns inspired by Native American traditions and legends, each blanket comes with a promise of lifetime warmth and comfort.


Buffalo Pellet Stoves

Pellet Stove

A division of Snyder Manufacturing, Buffalo Pellet Stoves combine tradition with modernity. Using fuel-efficient pellets as the heat source, each stone includes a computer controlled thermostat, auto igniter, and temperature-based feed system. Buffalo Pellet Stoves are American made.


Dunn Edwards

Dunn Edwards Paint

Uniquely formulated to withstand a wide range of temperatures, Dunn-Edwards is synonymous with high quality paint coatings in the Southwest. Since 1925, the company has provided more than 450 million gallons of paint to protect and beautify a wide range of exterior surfaces, including historical landmarks.


Weather Tech

WeatherTech Floormat

MacNeil Automotive, parent company of WeatherTech®, has been providing the best in automotive protection and vehicle accessories since 1989. From floor liners to mud flaps to side window deflectors, the made-in-America products are designed with quality and ingenuity in mind.


Craftsman Tools

Craftsman Toolbag

Also known as “America's Most Trusted Tool Brand,” Craftsman Tools have been manufacturing hand tools, power tools, lawn and garden equipment, and work wear in the U.S. since 1927. Craftsman tools comes with a lifetime warranty, and are recognzed as the official tool brand of both NASCAR and the DIY Network.


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