The only appliance the House of Webster ever manufactured and sold was the electric cast-iron stove, but the company began by selling home-made pies, cakes and other treats. Founder Roy Webster also sold newspapers and had a milk route.
The stoves appeared in the 1960s, but in the 1970s the firm went back to selling foodstuffs. The company no longer produces stoves, but consumers can occasionally find a used one on websites such as eBay.
As of 2014, the firm offers gourmet food baskets and individual products such as salsas, jams, fruit butters and syrups. Items are available online or at the gift shop in Rogers, Arizona. The House of Webster also distributes its items to specialty grocery stores, gift shops and farm stores.