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Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchen Paves the Way for American-Made Products

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Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens are manufactured in the United States.

Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens are manufactured in the United States.

WALLINGFORD, CN – Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens, manufacturer of stainless outdoor kitchens, based in Wallingford, Conn, is dedicated to helping the economy by manufacturing well-made products in the United States.

As consumers are spending more time outdoors—and investing in creating their ultimate backyard ‘haven’—the need to provide them with a one-stop destination for beautiful, high-quality outdoor kitchen appliances and lifestyle amenities, has become crucial.

“With 15 years’ experience manufacturing domestically-made stainless steel outdoor cabinets, our company strives to provide designers and homeowners with a multitude of options and quality products to choose from that are manufactured right here in the U.S.,” says Mitch Slater, president of Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens.

All of Danver’s cabinetry construction is completed in-house, so its expert staff of artisans and engineers have complete control over quality. It also ensures more efficient production time since the company oversees the entire process from design, production and engineering to cutting, welding and finishing.

Manufacturing products in the U.S. also enables the company’s customers to choose from an array of products and colors that meet their needs in a timely manner. “Every kitchen is made-to-order. It’s virtually impossible to stock cabinets like you would need to do with an overseas line to meet the required delivery schedule,” says Slater.

From concept to the final design, the Danver factory team strives to reach new heights in handmade American quality stainless products.

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