American-Made Wood Floors and Flooring Products

American-Made Wood Floors and Flooring Products

In honor of Independence Day, we’ve compiled a list of some of the American-made floors and products that we recommend. As businesses increasingly choose to offshore the manufacture of their products, there remains a good number American companies who keep their operations and sourcing within the country.

Aacer’s solid wood flooring is derived from the forests of northern Wisconsin and Michigan, areas where rich soil and short growing seasons lead to dense hardwoods. Aacer unfinished red oak flooring is one of our top sellers, but Aacer also offers other species such as maple, American cherry, and more.

Basic Coatings products are manufactured in Bowling Green, Ohio. This company makes a variety of durable finishes for residential, commercial, and sport floors. In addition to their products being made in the USA, an added bonus is that they are eco-friendly.  

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Clarke American Sanders CFS Rider, a gym floor sanding rider, is assembled in the United States––specifically in our King of Prussia, PA headquarters. This powerful piece of equipment is designed to help you sand gym floors and other spaces with a large amount of square footage much quicker.

Duraseal products are made in the USA, as the company proudly advertises.

Oneida’s powerful dust containment systems such as the Oneida Vortex DCS are made in the United States.

Stoehrs wood floor products are made in America. Their lumber is sourced from the United States and their floors are manufactured in Wisconsin and Michigan.

Wagner Meters entire line of wood moisture meters is made, designed, and manufactured at the company’s headquarters in Rogue River, Oregon.

Waterlox Coatings Corporation is proudly located in Cleveland, OH, making good old-fashioned American GDP.

Wide plank flooring from our sister company, Wide Plank Floor Supply, is sourced and milled in the USA. All of our floors, including engineered floors, contain wood produced from trees which grow in Northern Pennsylvania and upstate New York. Click here to read more about our process and what sets us apart from other wood floor manufacturers.

Supporting American brands and purchasing products made in America are good to do not just on Independence Day and the days surrounding it, but year-round!

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