1. Why “Made in the USA” Matters

    As we anticipate celebrating our nation’s independence on July 4th, it’s an appropriate time to reflect on why “Made in the USA” matters. We’re proud to say we’ve been manufacturing our hand-tuned wind chimes in America for over 30 years. We manufacture our chimes in Manassas Park, Virginia and use raw materials from American lumber … Continued

  2. Why Wind Chimes Matter – Especially Now

    During these days and weeks of spending more time at home, finding a way to relax and unwind is critical. What you may not realize is, the sights and sounds of nature are some of the most readily available sources of stress relief, and they’re available to all of us, if we’re creative about looking … Continued

  3. Why QMT Windchimes over other chimes?

    You can’t really compare a performance by a professional symphony with that of an amateur group. No matter how hard the amateurs try, they won’t really be able to compete with the sound quality, the artistry, the experience and the transcendence of the professional symphony’s music. In the same way, when you put the quality … Continued

  4. How to Keep Your Chimes Ringing for Years to Come

    Not only will your QMT Windchimes bring music to your ears, so will our warranty and repair services – designed to help keep your chimes looking and sounding beautiful for years to come. While all of our chimes feature handmade-in-the-USA craftsman quality and materials, Mother Nature can sometimes take a toll on your chimes. So, … Continued

  5. QMT Windchimes are Durable in All Kinds of Weather

    QMT Windchimes are designed to make the wind sing, regardless of the weather. Thanks to a unique dedication to timeless craft and quality, QMT Windchimes’ parts and pitch can brave the elements in ways other chimes can’t. That’s because a set of QMT Windchimes is made differently than any other chime, and that’s what sets … Continued

  6. The Story of QMT Windchimes

      QMT Windchimes originated in the Florida craft show circuit in the early 80’s. Mike Throne camped in the back of his van and traveled to craft shows, selling different products, including wind chimes from a local producer. When his source for chimes dried up, Mike began to build his own handmade wind chimes (like the … Continued

  7. Charity of the Month: Wind River Ranch (Veteran Support)

    This month, Veterans Day gives us an opportunity as a nation to pause and recognize the men and women who have helped make our country what it is today. In appreciation of our veterans, QMT Windchimes will donate 20% of our online sales in November to the Healing Warriors scholarship program at Wind River Ranch. … Continued

  8. Retail Tips: First Impressions

    As you walk into a store you’ve never been in before, what do you notice? Using your senses of sight, smell, and touch, notice what you see, how the store smells and what you touch first. These are all things to be cognizant of about your own store and how customers perceive it when walking … Continued