- Doubling up. // Cabinet Maker;07/10/98, Issue 5096, p26
Reports on London, England-based Berman Components' introduction of three three-millimeter thick edgebanding ranges featuring double layers.
- Added value and storage. // Cabinet Maker;03/09/2001, Issue 5228, p1
Introduces the kitchen drawer storage system by Berman Components.
- Berman's ideal match. // Cabinet Maker;03/27/98, Issue 5081, p24
Features Berman Components' profile wrapping quality foils for the furniture manufacturing industry. Applications.
- Berman gets to grips with some of the very latest styles at ZOW expo. // Cabinet Maker;04/10/98, Issue 5083, p22
Focuses on Berman Components' scouting of cabinet component and fittings designs at Germany's regional show called ZOW. Transparent and translucent injection molded designs from Fennel; Roxan's introduction of washed pine vinyls in foil.
- Steeling oneself for sales opportunities. // Builders Merchants Journal;Apr97, p22
Looks at the sale of steel doors by suppliers wanting to find a niche in the door market. Special features of steel doors; Comparison between steel doors and timber doors; Information on the production of steel doors.
- Door prize. Truini, J. // Popular Mechanics;Apr88, Vol. 165 Issue 4, p96
An old solid wood door that had battled brutal New England weather for nearly 15 seasons is replaced. The replacement--an elegant and secure steel-entry door--offers a sidelight feature and perfect-fit installation.
- Elegant low-cost door. McCafferty, P. // Popular Science;Jul88, Vol. 233 Issue 1, p61
Hardboard-skinned panels with a stain of your choice can rival the look of solid oak doors--at less than one-third the price. The secret is that you finish it yourself.
- The front door. Clark, Edie // Yankee;Sep97, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p136
Opinion. Focuses on the front door as it was considered to be a myth that New Englanders never use the front door.
- Drama from a door. Griffin, Eleanor // Southern Living;May95, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p178
Presents a three-fold solution to an Alabama home's problem with a closet door facing the foyer. Creation of a focal point; Addition of color; Addition of objects of interest. INSET: Glaze and means..