We know the number one priority of furniture shopping is quality. We all want pieces that will last through all of life’s transitions. We also know furniture shopping is a personal decision, but it’s worth considering American-made products when researching your next purchase. American-made products span the furniture realm so you can purchase pieces from every category to fill your patriotic home. So, why buy products made in the US of A?

Superior Quality

Stearns & Foster mattresses are manufactured in the southern United States. Talk about resting easy at night.

Products that are made in the United States typically uphold a standard of craftsmanship other countries might sacrifice for higher quantities. American companies have a tradition of creating goods that are extremely durable and the caliber of their products tend to be meticulously evaluated before they ever hit the shelves. Quality control can be easily managed when building and shipping within the United States, too. There’s no way of telling what the quality of a piece made outside of the United States will be after it’s been packaged and shipped across the ocean. American-made companies are easily accessible for customer inquiries as well.

Environmental Standards

Kincaid’s upholstery division has been operating out of North Carolina for over 30 years.

American manufacturers have to uphold certain environmental standards when producing their goods, and these regulations help curb environmentally-damaging industrial waste. Because of the level of scrutiny, manufacturers have developed cleaner, renewable, and eco-friendly processes that ensure the sustainability of our lands for generations to come. A lot of these regulations do not exist in other countries, and the polluting damages of cargo ships can have long-term effects.

American-Made Means American Jobs

Every England Furniture piece is made in America, like this beautifully upholstered chair.

Chances are the men and women who design, build, upholster, and quality-check the furniture you use are also your neighbors. When you buy American-made products, you’re supporting your fellow countrymen. American money spent on American goods goes back to the American people, which helps with economic growth and job creation and job retention. According to MadeInTheUSA.com, “If every American spent an extra $3.33 on U.S.-made products, it would create almost 10,000 new jobs. And, if every builder used just 5 percent more U.S.-made products, it would create 220,000 jobs.” That’s reason enough for us!

Find Your American-Made Furniture at Woodstock!

We pride ourselves on providing our customers with a large variety of American-made products.

We carry a substantial amount of American-made goods, and we’d be happy to assist you in finding the perfect U.S. product for your home. Visit any one of our Atlanta-area locations, and one of our friendly sales associates will gladly show you around the store. Have American-made questions? We’ll gladly address your inquiries and take the time to provide you with the answers you need.