Believe it or not there are a variety of American made appliances that are sold at major retailers across the country. Whether you're looking for American made blenders, washers and dryers, dishwashers, or other appliances, this list has what you need. It covers kitchen appliances, household appliances, large kitchen appliances, and even outdoor appliances. Let us know if you can't find something, and we'd be happy to help too.
Made in USA Appliances
How to Find American Made Appliances
Finding appliances that are made in the USA can be a bit challenging, especially if you are trying to find products online. Here are a few tips to help you with your search:
- Check the label: Many appliances will have a label that indicates where they were manufactured. Look for labels that say “Made in USA” or something similar.
- Do your research: Look up the manufacturer's website and see if they have information about where their products are made. Some companies may also have a list of authorized dealers or distributors that carry their American-made products. USA Love List editors have done this step for you with the creation of this list.
- Look for American-made brands: There are several appliance brands that are known for manufacturing their products in the USA. You will see those brands in this list.
- Check with retailers: Some retailers may have a section dedicated to American-made appliances, or they may be able to provide you with information about which products are made in the USA.
- Consider buying used: If you're having trouble finding new appliances that are made in the USA, consider looking for used appliances that were manufactured in the USA. You can often find these at appliance stores that specialize in used appliances, or through online marketplaces like Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace.
By following these tips, you should be able to find appliances that are made in the USA and support American manufacturing.
About This List of Appliances Made in the USA
This ultimate source list of American made appliances is updated frequently. We have noticed over the years that companies are shifting their manufacturing constantly. The brands that you see on this list today, could close a US manufacturing facility by the end of the year. Thankfully, we have been noticing the opposite happening and companies are actually opening more US appliance manufacturing facilities!
Most of the appliances on this list, if not all of them, are assembled in the USA from domestic and imported parts. There is no such thing as an appliance that is 100% American made. This is because currently not all parts needed, especially the electrical parts, can be sourced domestically. We do not have manufacturing facilities that make all of the parts on American soil.
We have included shopping links to made in USA appliances when possible. Several brands on this list only sell through authorized appliance dealers. Some appliance brands have other manufacturing facilities in other countries like Canada, Mexico, and even China. It is hard to tell through the internet which models are the made in USA ones as not all online listings specify. Always contact the dealer or manufacturer to verify the country of manufacturing.
Is there a brand that is missing from our list? Is there a particular appliance you are looking for that you don't see listed? Let us know in the comments.
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