American/USA Made Windmills


We are compiling an ever growing list of American manufacturers & brands, including large corporations, small companies and individuals that produce various types of home products here in the United States.


This list may include items produced and assembled from parts and materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

Page created Mar 28, 2015, and the listings last reviewed Apr 9, 2016 by


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If a company listing contains an orange heading then those will contain links to retailers where you can buy their house & home products on-line, and there may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same items.

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Aermotor Windmill Company

Aermotor manufactures the best windmill, at the best price, made in the USA and distributed worldwide. Ask for Aermotor.
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American West Windmill & Solar Company

Our products, parts and services cover the entire spectrum of wind powered water pumping systems. Our Company represents FIASA the largest windmill manufacturing company in the world. We distribute the time tested 702 Model American West Windmill. We are committed to providing quality windmills and components that are backed by extended warranties.
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Beaver Dam Woodworks

Beaver Dam Woodworking offers Amish Built Windmills in all different sizes and styles. You can choose the sizes between small, medium and large. As for the styles that are available, there are wooden and poly windmills. There are many differences between wooden and poly windmills.
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Gerdes Windmill and Construction

Gerdes Windmill & Construction, located in McLean, Nebraska, has been in the windmill business for over 20 years and more than 13 years in the bin and irrigation construction business.
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Joe Mescan Windmills

Pond Aeration Windmill Aerator the #1 Commercial Grade Pond & Lake Aeration Wind mill in the world. American Eagle Windmills 100% Wind Powered, Made in the USA.

American Eagle Windmills
American Eagle Windmills

American Eagle Windmills are the only commercial grade pond aeration windmills available on the market, designed with a bellows compressor that produces 6-12 CFM, a strong 4 leg tower made of 14Ga galvanized steel, 1/4" powder coated steel wheel hub, 2-self lubricating UHMW blocks mounted to the powder coated steel tower top starter. 1" yellow zinc chromate crank shaft, 4 - 1" solid re-bar mounting rods. Simply the best built pond aeration windmill available, American windmills are made of steel/metal (not thin tin) & they weigh almost twice as much as our nearest competitors models. Made in the USA.

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Lonestar Windmills

Lonestar Windmills is the manufacturer of decorative wooden windmills in Waco, Texas since 2001. Our products are handcrafted to the highest quality.
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Mike's Windmill Shop

Mike's Windmill Shop has been specializing in making wind generators for over 20 years. We are a small "Mom and Pop" business with a goal to help others.
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Old Windmills

I have collected numerous windmills for the purpose of using them for patterns for many of the windmill parts I now make and sell. This windmill site is an ongoing project of listing many of the parts I sell. Most of the windmill parts that you will find in these pages are made for the out of production windmills. The brands I have parts for are Eclipse, Standard, Dempster, Monitor, Challenge, Star and Fairbury just to name a few, I use original windmill parts for patterns and manufacture these parts myself to the specifications of the original parts.
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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce items here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.