US Wind Mill Manufacturers & Brands ListThere are currently 10 wind mill companies in this list, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals. It also might include wind mills made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.
Aermotor windmills and windmill towers are manufactured deep in the heart of Texas by a group of experienced and dedicated employees. Everyone in their company takes great pride in their work, with a 129-year history and being the only authorized manufacturer of genuine Aermotor 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 Joe Mescan Wind mill Financing Available Hiblow Electric Aerator Pump Improve water quality for Lakes Ponds Healthier Fish Combat Algae Aquatic weeds Water Meal Free Air Windmill.
Their poly windmills are hand made by Amish craftsmen in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They are constructed with a maintenance-free poly product and built to last a lifetime. They will not splinter, crack, or fade and need no painting. The windmills are environmentally friendly and made from recycled material. These windmills are designed to enhance your landscape by covering well casings, sewer pipes or any other unsightly objects on your lawn.
Beaver Dam Woodworking offers Amish Built Windmills in all different sizes and styles. You can choose the sizes between small, medium and large.There are many differences between wooden and poly windmills. Located in Honey Brook PA.
Serving Northeast Nebraska, Iowa South Dakota and beyond with Aermotor windmills, grain bin and irrigation sales, service, repair, maintenance, restoration and rebuilding
Lonestar Windmills is the manufacturer of decorative wooden windmills since 2001, located in Ross, TX. Their products are handcrafted to the highest quality and proudly made in Texas.
Mike's Windmill Shop has been specializing in making wind generators for over 20 years. They are a small "Mom and Pop" business with a goal to help others.
Most of the windmill parts that you will find in these pages are made for the out of production windmills. The brands he has parts for are Eclipse, Standard, Dempster, Monitor, Challenge, Star and Fairbury just to name a few. He uses original windmill parts for patterns and manufacture these parts himself to the specifications of the original parts.
Enjoy the authentic ornamental and decorative windmill design as it turns in the wind, a pleasing addition to any outdoor setting. A miniature version of an Outdoor Water Solutions decorative windmill has been designed and created with the same high standards in quality workmanship the company has been recognized for.
Wingards manufactures a line of beautifully crafted aluminum yard windmills featuring an aluminum structure with stainless steel bolts and nuts, assuring your windmill will be durable and rust free for many years to come. 4 ft. - 12 ft. windmills feature grease inserts and bearings so that your windmill will operate smoothly and efficiently. Ther 18 ft. - 30 ft. have a vesconite bushing in place of a bearing. No grease or maintenance is required on larger models.
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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce home products here in America, might 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.