Homecrest Outdoor Living traces its roots to 1953, beginning as a retail furniture outlet tasked with making a better quality ottoman. Shortly after this successful venture, the company began expanding their line to both indoor and outdoor patio furniture. As the company grew, Homecrest went on to produce swivel recliners and introduced new fabric designs while serving larger markets like restaurants, resorts, and health centers. Throughout their decades of service, Homecrest has evolved its business practices with the ever-changing industry and has focused on quality, performance, and comfort. Today, the company continues to operate out of Minnesota with branches located all over the US and Canada. Their expansive collections feature seating, tables, fire tables, fabrics, umbrellas, and all kinds of innovative outdoor accessories.
Currently, Homecrest Outdoor Living boasts an expansive product line that features mid-century modern styling and updated takes on retro designs. They offer a spectrum of customizable options and back their sleek models with extensive warranties. Being that Homecrest is a top-quality manufacturer, they require premium fittings to safely anchor their units. For the last 7 years, Homecrest has contracted Budwig Molded Products for our exceptional rubber feet. 100% of our bumpers are synthesized in our warehouse and we keep all of our labor in the USA. For over 55 years, Budwig has been a proud supporter of American manufacturing and will continue to provide superior products at competitive pricing.
We offer custom durometer (hardness) on virtually all of our pieces and in many cases, can provide speedy, off-the-shelf delivery. Budwig goes to great lengths to keep our processes ethically-sourced to make sure our end-users only receive parts that have passed our strict quality control. Our support team is available around-the-clock to answer your questions and concerns. Only need a few parts for a small quantity order? View a list of our authorized distributors here.
Our product line includes: Rubber feet, collapsible tilt stands, cable straps, antenna connectors and insulators used by ham radio operators to build di-pole antennas.