Appliances Made in the USA


Dishwashers
  • [Total: 3    Average: 3.7/5]
    *Bosch is manufactured locally and abroad PLEASE CHECK BEFORE PURCHASE. In 2004 Bosch expanded it’s Dishwasher Factory in New Bern North Carolina by an additional 100,000 square feet and in 2008 announced the production of an entirely new dishwasher line called Ascenta. Today, BSH is proud to manufacture both cooking and dishwashing products in North America. We have not provided a link as we urge you to find a retailer that can tell you where... Read More
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    At GE, we’re investing in home grown talent, and it’s paying off. Our product development teams, design engineers and factory line workers combine to make a dream team of product innovation. But it doesn’t stop there. From transportation to customer service to marketing, the GE family in the U.S. extends far and wide.

Refrigerators

Stoves and Cooktops
  • [Total: 7    Average: 2.3/5]
    GE Appliances Behind every GE appliance is the work of thousands of dedicated Americans. From refrigerators to dishwashers, GE appliances are designed, engineered and hand-assembled with passion and care by thousands of employees in five U.S. locations. So when you choose GE, you’re not only getting an innovative appliance, you’re investing in the livelihood of someone just like you, their families and their local economy. Please note that you must check the label with GE.... Read More
  • [Total: 2    Average: 1.5/5]
    Dacor is American made, family-owned Dacor and has been designing and manufacturing luxury kitchen appliances for three generations.  Dacor provides a full line of innovative products designed to appeal to a broad segment of the luxury kitchen appliance market.  With products available through a network of over 1,500 retail locations, Dacor is bringing luxurious appliances to customers throughout North America, and into select countries worldwide.
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    *Thermador’s “Professional Series” is made in Campbell County, Tennessee, at the foot of the Cumberland mountains. The product portfolio includes stainless steel gas cooktop, electric/gas cooktop, gas cooktops, ventilation hoods, and accessories, which are developed and manufactured at the site. Cooktops are offered in 30”, 36” and 48” formats. The products are predominantly destined for the local market. We have not provided a link as we urge you to find a retailer that can tell... Read More

Washing Machines made in the USA
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    Maytag For over 100 years, you’ve heard a lot about our drum rollers and drawer gaskets, our belts and hinges-the commercial grade parts we put inside our appliances. Those parts matter. They make our machines among the most dependable washers, ranges and refrigerators around.(PLEASE CHECK THE LABEL FOR THE AMERICAN MADE MODELS. NOT ALL MODELS MADE IN THE USA)
  • [Total: 7    Average: 2.3/5]
    GE Appliances Behind every GE appliance is the work of thousands of dedicated Americans. From refrigerators to dishwashers, GE appliances are designed, engineered and hand-assembled with passion and care by thousands of employees in five U.S. locations. So when you choose GE, you’re not only getting an innovative appliance, you’re investing in the livelihood of someone just like you, their families and their local economy. Please note that you must check the label with GE.... Read More
  • [Total: 13    Average: 2.6/5]
    Staber washing machines are the most efficient clothes washers available and cost less to use based on total energy, water, and detergent usage. Staber is the only top load horizontal-axis clothes washer made in the U.S.
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    Speed Queen of Wisconsin. There are certain indelible traits that make America what it is, like strength, leadership and quality. And these characteristics do more than define America—they define American products. The first Speed Queen® laundry machine was built in Ripon, Wisconsin, in 1908, and we’ve been proudly headquartered there ever since. In fact, we’ve never produced home laundry equipment from anywhere else. It’s where we developed our Midwestern work ethic of putting quality before... Read More

Appliances made in the USA including Washing machines, refrigerators, dish washers, stoves, ovens and cook tops is a hard category to pin down. While we know there are appliances made in the USA, the manufactures don’t do a great job of advertising that fact in mass media, social media or print. It could be because many of these companies are large multi-national organizations and maybe don’t wish to distance themselves from any potential customer? We will continue to research this category and see if we can pin down some specific models but as stated it is tough sledding. Turning to my own experience I have had great luck in locating a washing machine made in the USA and aa American made dryer too. Being a dedicated buyer of American made items I visited many stores and inspected the labels in person. I was very please to find many models to select from that were clearly as Made in the USA. I recommend doing your due diligence and you will find the product you are looking for. Just think about all the appliances like washing machines and refrigerators sold in the United States every year and the results if we capture those sales for the American worker. Tackle your laundry and unemployment at the same time.

After you have found your American made appliances don’t forget to check out all the great companies making clothes in the USA . Our directory allows you to find all types of everyday products that are domestically made where your spending employs Americans, funds our infrastructure and pays state and federal taxes. If you are looking to keep your spending really local we have a list of items made by State as well.


2 thoughts on “Appliances Made in the USA”

  1. Chris Baker says:

    I am looking for a dishwasher 48 dcb that are actually designed, engineered, parts made, and assembled in the United States. Does any company offer such an item?

    1. DaveRiley says:

      Chris, that could be tough sledding. I will tell you none of the companies are very good about advertising that information because they are all multi-national and don’t want to point of one country over another. You probably will have to hit the stores and check numerous models and often they will have advertising for the local market that may talk about being Made in the USA.

      Sorry, wish I had better news. Good luck and let us know what you found!

      Dave

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