Made in the USA… That’s an appealing label. In conjunction with the trending theme of becoming eco-friendly and conserving materials, some notable flooring manufacturers are keeping some (or all) of their production plants in the United States. Since 1979, Continental’s family-owned and operated company has been serving as your nation’s government flooring and ceiling specialist with multiple manufactures that are not only keeping it green, but also keeping it in the United States. Locating flooring products made in the USA has become a focus of many buyers.
According to a 2015 report by Consumer Reports, 80% of American shoppers say they prefer to buy goods made in the United States. More than 60% say they’d even be willing to pay 10% more for an American-made product. In addition, as the housing market continues to strengthen along with consumer confidence, buyers are shopping based more on the preference for quality and the design-driven products they can receive from domestic manufacturers compared to simply looking at price.
In today’s complex global economy, it can be challenging for buyers to determine which products are manufactured in the United States. To make it easy to find carpet, vinyl flooring, ceramic tile, floor mats and ceiling products which satisfy this “made in America” requirement, we have compiled the list below as a guide. Buyers who want to purchase domestic materials can find almost any flooring product made right here in the US.
Made in the USA Flooring and Ceiling Tile:
Continental Flooring Company has partnered with Mannington to bring you two stylish, American made luxury vinyl tile collections: Coronado Woods and Sabino Stone. With real wood and stone visuals, these products are available in various sizes with a 20 mil wear layer. This LVT provides a perfect solution to your next renovation project. Click here for a full list of our private label luxury vinyl tile. Point of production: Calhoun, Georgia
Designing innovative flooring solutions that inspire great spaces…that’s what motivates and unites the people of Armstrong Flooring, Inc. Their goal is creativity and sustainability, and to develop products with the power to positively impact the spaces where people live, work, learn, heal and play.
- 14 Points of production in the U.S. (see a list here)
- Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
- Natural Creations with Diamond 10 Technology
- Luxury Vinyl Tile & Plank (LVT)
- BioBased Tile (BBT)
- Wall Base
Ceiling & Wall Systems
- Points of production include PA, GA, FL, OR, and OH
- Soundsoak® Acoustical Wall Panels
- Ceiling Tile Systems (Mineral fiber and fiberglass)
Since 1871, Ecore has been transforming reclaimed waste into unique surfaces that make people’s lives better. What started with simple cork closures has evolved into a diverse portfolio of products solving complex problems in applications ranging from playgrounds, weight rooms, and turf fields to hospitals, hotels, and retail environments. Ecore is comprised of four business units: Ecore Athletic, Ecore Commercial Flooring, Ecore Construction, and Ecore Industrial.
- Points of production are Lancaster and York, PA
- Fitness Flooring Basic Rolls & Tiles
Most of Congoleum`s resilient sheet, tile, and plank products are made in the USA. Congoleum has a long history of supporting American jobs and American workers. Since 1886 Congoleum has manufactured all of our resilient sheet products in the Northeastern United States. Today, our sheet manufacturing plant is based in Trainer, Pennsylvania. Not only does Congoleum manufacture resilient sheet products in the USA, but also manufacture Tile and Plank products in Trenton, New Jersey and have since 1947.
- Point of production: NJ and PA
- Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
- Vinyl plank
- Sheet vinyl
As the first tile manufacturer in Tennessee (est. 1986), Crossville is the leading American manufacturer of beautiful, sustainable solutions that advance the frontiers of tile design.From introducing the nation’s first large-format porcelain tiles, to becoming the first and only net consumer of tile waste materials (meaning we recycle even more than we produce), to developing cutting-edge performance innovations that turn mere surfaces into “breathing” living environments—we are committed to pioneering products and practices that change the way the world views tile.
- Point of production, Crossville TN
- Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile (Several options available)
In the 1940s, the founders of Dallas Ceramic Company had a vision for a tile distribution channel unlike any other in the industry. Today, Daltile has grown from a humble manufacturing center in Dallas, Texas to a nationwide name brand. Daltile produces and/or distributes millions of square feet of tile and natural stone each year with a large number of products made in the USA.
- Points of production include AL, KY, NY, OK, PA, TX, and WA
- Ceramic and Wall Tile (Multiple options available.)
- Quarry tile
Shaw Contract Group is more than a flooring manufacturer. Shaw Contract Group is a global design leader, manufacturing high performance cradle-to-cradle flooring products ideal for any commercial environment. Product options include broadloom and carpet tile, hardwood and hard surfaces. This is a publicly solicited contract established through an RFP process conducted by a Lead Public Agency. This contract satisfies formal competitive bid requirements of most states.
- Point of production Dalton, GA
- Carpet and carpet tile
Note: These “Made in USA flooring and ceiling products are available on our GSA Contract Number GS-03F-001BA.
We are committed to fulfilling our role as government flooring (and ceiling system) specialists by offering you the best pricing, selection and service nationwide.
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Continental Flooring has been servicing government agencies since 1979, and continues to be a top flooring and ceiling provider in the public sector.
- Federal, State, County, and Municipalities
- Schools, Colleges, and Universities
- Public Housing Authority (PHA)