Dreams.build joins the $34 billion dollar crowdfunding industry.
A Franklin County company makes furniture for your house as well as your house of worship.
Over the past year, we have featured several companies, proudly making their products in southwest and central Virginia.
Americans have a love affair with candles, spending $3.2 billion each year to light up their homes.
David Clark started his business with a service truck and welding machine. Today his company has grown into a 46,000 square foot building wi…
Roanoke based EZ Ramps Mobility Solutions opens up buildings so people using wheelchairs and crutches can easily get inside.
A Floyd County business takes us back to our roots, custom making furniture by hand.
From the light on the nightstand to the chandelier in the lobby, Renaissance Lighting and Metal Furniture illuminates hotels across the coun…
Roanoke based Silver Tears Campers builds a classic camper that’s making a comeback and its Built in the Blue Ridge.
The rebound of the housing market has allowed Bassett Furniture to expand its operations.
When you think about window treatments you typically think of curtains and blinds, but a Christiansburg company gives you a different option…
Franklin County’s largest employer brings a view of the outside world into our homes.
When you get a gift, you typically think about what is inside the box, but, a Christiansburg company looks at the box itself.
Necessity is the mother of invention. That saying kept Sayre Enterprises growing over the past three decades.
For a quarter century, Vinton based Magnets USA helps businesses across the U.S. and Canada spread their message one magnet at a time.
The fixtures that Crenshaw Lighting produces will not be seen in a hardware store that you can take home. Their products are custom made to …
Manufacturing was once a booming industry in Martinsville and Henry County, employing 65 percent of the labor force. That number is now betw…
Looking good for family and friends while making memories is the business of Oak Hall Cap and Gown in Salem.
Built in the Blue Ridge: Virginia Transformer Corporation builds transformers that power American life.