Purchasing Berenson hardware products requires a customer account, this is different than a website account. Industry professionals may sign up for a web account to access a variety of tools such as ordering samples and catalogs.
Samples offered at 50% off may still be purchased via credit card using a Berenson web account.
If you are interested in a customer account to purchase Berenson products, please contact a member of our Sales or Customer Service Teams.
Where can I buy Berenson hardware?
You can purchase Berenson hardware through Architectural Hardware Showrooms, from Kitchen and Bath oriented dealers and internet re-sellers through a national network of wholesale distributors. To find the retailer nearest to you, visit our Find a Store or Online Retailer pages.
How can I order a sample?
For information on ordering samples, click here.
Where can I see Berenson hardware on display?
Berenson hardware can be found on display at various showrooms throughout the country. To find the showroom nearest to you, please visit our Find a Store page.
What do I do if a distributor does not have a Berenson item in stock?
Berenson stocks all items in its national distribution center and fills all orders within 24 hours of receipt. Our partners will arrange for your order to be shipped to their location or even directly to your business or home if the product is urgently needed.
Do I have to buy product in carton quantities?
No. Berenson offers all items in any quantity with no broken box charges.
How can I submit my information in order to be updated with new literature?
You can view and download all our current catalogs on our website here. Industry professionals can receive physical catalogs in the mail filling out and submitting our Catalog Request Form.
Why does Berenson work with a network of partners?
Working with a network of partners allows Berenson to provide a better customer experience, including reduced freight charges and shorter delivery times. With partners located around the country, there are more opportunities for customers to receive in person advice and information from industry professionals about Berenson and our products.
Do your products come with screws and what length are they?
Yes. Most hardware includes 8-32 x 1" machine screws or M4 x 45mm break-off screws. Appliance pulls are supplied with 10-24 x 1" machine screws.
Find out more information on our different screw types here.
Is there a minimum order quantity?
There is no minimum order quantity or broken box charge. Berenson will ship any product in any quantity.
Orders placed before 3:00 PM EST will ship same day. (Large orders that must ship by truck will go out the day after the order is placed.)
Do you offer drop shipments?
What does CC stand for?
CC stands for center to center. This is the distance between screw holes on a pull. This is different from the length of a pull which is the overall measurement from one end of the pull to other and is longer than the center to center. For more information on CC and to view a video on how to determine your CC, please click here.
What is an appliance pull and what sizes do you carry?
Any of our pulls with a 10-24 tap are considered an Appliance Pull. The bigger tap is more secure for pulling open heavier doors, so these are typically used on larger cabinets or appliances.
Our appliance pulls come in a range of sizes. You can find a full listing of our them here.
The tap or threading indicates the size of the screw hole(s) a pull/knob has. The screws included with our hardware will have threading that matches the size of the hole(s).
Decorative hardware from Berenson is offered with an 8-32, 10-24, or M4 tap. More details can be found on our Screw Info Guide support page.
This is the code assigned to each of our parts; the majority of our parts start with their own unique 4-digits at the beginning of the item/part number.
They are then followed by a sequence of other codes including,
Material Code: indicates what material a part is made out ofFinish Code: indicates what finish (color) the part isPackaging Code: indicates if the part is packaged with or without screws
For more information about our item/part numbers, please read our blog.
A Bail Pull is a pull that can swing up and down between two attachment points.
An Edge Pull is a pull that attaches from the back side of a cabinet and comes forward to extend past the edge. They often have an "L" like shape to them.
These are can also be referred to as tab pulls or finger pulls.
What happens with my email address and other information?
Protecting your privacy is important to us. We collect and store personal information voluntarily provided during a request for a quote, completion of any surveys managed on the site, or during the registration process. We do not disclose any of this collected information to third party organizations for any purposes. Customers do have the option to opt out of emails and surveys.
What is the best way to care for my hardware?
When necessary, our decorative hardware is best cleaned with warm water, mild soap, and a soft cloth. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaning products, or window cleaner. Over time, the use of such products will result in the removal of the protective coating.