As of 2015, Viking, Thermador, Dacor, Sub-Zero and BlueStar are among the appliance brands that manufacture most of their products in the United States. Others include U-Line, Capital, Perlick, Game Keeper Cooler and Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners.
Wolf, Viking, BlueStar and Thermador are kitchen and cooking appliance brands. Wolf, which is owned by Sub-Zero, manufactures ovens, ranges, microwaves and grills in Fitchburg, Wisconsin. Viking makes professional-grade kitchen appliances in Greenwood, Mississippi. BlueStar appliances, many of which are hand built, come from a factory in Reading, Pennsylvania. Thermador, part of the BSH Bosch group, manufactures its high-end appliances in LaFollette, Tennessee.
Among laundry appliance brands, Staber and Speed Queen make most of their products in the United States. Staber operates in Groveport, Ohio, while Speed Queen operates in Ripon, Wisconsin. American-made heating and cooling appliance brands include Better Living, from Arkansas; Energy Kinetics, from New Jersey; and California-based Port-a-Cool. In the small appliance category, Blendtec, which makes high-powered blenders, and Jiffy Steamer, which makes personal and professional steamers, also are based in the United States. Sun Oven and SunWorks make solar appliances in Illinois and Oregon, respectively, while GE, Kenmore, Whirlpool and Maytag build their appliances both in the United States and overseas.