Made in the USA – Carpet & Hardwood Floors

….made in the USA.  Much like Starbucks and their campaign to Create Jobs in the USA, Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets is encouraging clients to purchase floor covering that is Made in the USA.  Our showroom is filled with great products that are made here at home and create jobs for our citizens.  For example, Karastan rugs and wool carpet are  made in Eden, North Carolina.  Many of our wool products are made in the USA including those from J. Mish, Hibernia Woolen Mills, Woolshire, Robertex, Fabrica, Masland, Unique Carpets, Prestige, Concepts International and more.   In addition, our nylon carpet offerings are almost exclusively made in the USA.  We offer items from Moda, Masland, Dixie Home, Fabrica, Camelot and Unique Carpets.

And while a good amount of wood is imported, Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets is proud to offer products from Richard Marshall, Private Selection and Moda Hardwoods that are made in OUR great country.  A recent business trip to South Carolina afforded me the opportunity to tour the manufacturing facilities of Moda Hardwood floors.  This is a state of the art production facility that has created jobs for those workers displaced by furniture makers sourcing their products from China versus North and South Carolina.

We invite you to visit our showroom and check out all of our great MADE IN THE USA products.  Are you out of the area?  Shop for unique area rugs online at Hemphill’s Rugs .

HEMPHILL’S RUGS & CARPETS  230 EAST 17TH STREET  COSTA MESA, CA  92627  949-722-7224

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