Bertch Bathroom Vanities

Bertch has been making cabinetry, including Bertch bathroom vanities, for decades. Through times and styles change the Bertch philosophy has remained the same: To provide a high-quality product at a competitive price.

Berch Vanity Tops Landing Beauty

Berch Vanity Tops Landing Beauty

The History of Bertch Bathroom Vanities

Nestled in the heart of the Midwest, Bertch Cabinet Mfg. has been reviving the cherished art of traditional cabinetmaking for over 35 years. Family owned and operated, all products reflect a commitment to reforestation, recycling and a general respect for the environment. Utilizing only the finest wood, furniture joints and exceptional finishes to create distinct products for the home. Today they have in excess of 750,000 square feet of modern manufacturing space, state of the art design and manufacturing equipment, an experienced workforce of 700+ associates, and operate their own fleet of air ride tractor/trailers nationwide to ensure proper handling.

The bath vanity division at Bertch was our very first product and is the flagship of our company. They have added numerous features to this high quality product line. From furniture accents to beveled mirrors. If you have an idea for a look, they can accommodate you.  Nothing is more natural in a home than beautifully sculpted wood. It is like special effects. Some call it antiquing, crackling, distressing, color rubbing, no matter, they do it.

They all have their own ideas of what comfort is. Utilizing an array of styles and modular components which appeal to the dreamer and the realist in all of us, Legacy cabinetry helps them define their sense of space. Bertch offers a five year warranty on all cabinetry. All Bertch products are manufactured entirely in the United States. Your choice of Bertch Cabinets for your new kitchen or Bath is a wise decision and a reflection of your good taste. With proper care, your Bertch Cabinets will deliver years of beauty, enjoyment and convenience.

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Berch Vanities Richmond Base

Berch Vanities Richmond Base

Bertch Bathroom Vanities: Ways to Care

As with any product constructed of wood, a few moments of care and a little common sense can go a long way in keeping your new cabinets looking their best. Here are a few simple suggestions to make your cabinet care easier.

Wood Finishes

Dusting: Dust cabinets frequently with a soft lint-free cloth. You can dampen the cloth slightly with water or a spray-type dust remover.

Spills: Clean spills immediately. Use a clean cloth and mild soap if necessary. Wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

Cleaning: There are a number of products available for your wood cleaning needs. Use a clean cloth and mild soap if necessary. Wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

Polishing: It is recommended that you wash and polish cabinets once or twice each year. Use a light coat of quality furniture polish.

Don’ts: Never use detergents, soap pads, or steel wool on your cabinetry. These harsh abrasives will mar the wood finish. Additionally, we recommend that you avoid the use of paste wax and polishes that contain silicone; the wax build up is difficult to remove and will leave a residue that attracts dust.

3D Laminate – Melamine

Periodically clean the interior and exterior surfaces of the door using a damp, soft cloth. Wipe dry with a clean soft cloth if necessary.

Glass Doors & Mirrors

You can use any commercial glass cleaner to clean the glass. Additionally, the glass can be cleaned while mounted on the door, or can be removed for better access.

While cleaning mounted glass, be careful not to damage the finish of the door and cabinet parts while cleaning.

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To remove the glass panel, carefully loosen the screws and lift panel out.  However, all glass is fragile so handle carefully.

Do not spray glass cleaner directly onto glass or cabinet parts. Glass cleaner seeping into areas behind the mullions may discolor the wood. Instead, spray a small amount of cleaner onto a lint-free cloth or paper towel, then wipe the glass.

Bertch Osage Birch Brindle Vanity

Bertch Osage Birch Brindle

Bertch bathroom vanities are about solutions and final creative options. They create vanities and cabinets to live with, today and tomorrow.