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Made in USA

We use all USA made raw materials, oversee our entire supply chain, know where
everything comes from, and understand how it’s made. We’re proud of this, and when
you have our products in your home, you will be too.

Renewability &
The Movement of Conservation

Our community-based, USA made materials, combined with the part-by-part renewability of Home Reserve, take a major step forward in eco and social responsibility. Extending the lifecycle of household items keeps them out of landfills and saves the energy of reproduction.

We’re putting new tools in your hands to make more progress in the movement of conservation. We’re delighted to work together with you in keeping your furniture looking better, lasting longer, and playing nicer with the earth!

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"...you can recover from whatever your family throws at it."

The things on this page, combined with the part-by-part renewability of Home Reserve, take a major step forward in eco and social responsibility. Extending the lifecycle of household items keeps them out of landfills and saves the energy of re-production.

We’re putting new tools in your hands to enable all of us to make more progress in the movement of conservation. We’re delighted to be able to work together with you in keeping your furniture looking better, lasting longer, and playing nicer with the earth!

Our Community...
Proud Partners of AWS

Home Reserve is working with a local Indiana organization named AWS that employs the handicapped. They assemble the parts bags that we use in every product package. (Parts bags contain screws and plastic components that customers use when putting the furniture together.)

Working with AWS, we've developed fixtures and counting tools to ensure that part counts are accurate. A final check of the item count is done with a sensitively tuned scale.

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AWS provides valuable service to the community, and
Home Reserve is proud to be a partner in their mission.

Home Reserve is working with a local Indiana organization named AWS that employs the handicapped. They assemble the parts bags that we use in every product package. (The parts bags contain the screws and plastic components that customers use when putting the furniture together.)

Working with AWS we've developed fixtures and counting tools to ensure that part counts are accurate. A final check of the item count is done with a sensitively tuned scale.