CHB’s partnership, preserving valued private and public spaces against damaging graffiti vandalism.
Working in partnership with public and private property owners, CHB has stepped up to provide a clear, cost-saving defense to ugly graffiti vandalism, protecting private and taxpayer investment in structural and retail display glass and building surfaces. These efforts save countless dollars on costly glass and material surfaces replacement.
To preserve property values and maintain our quality of life, reflected in the clean unmarred appearance of structural and retail display glass and other structural building components.
CHB’s creative problem solving experience has saved private and public property owners from the expense of replacing elevator/lobby surfaces, structural glass, public monuments and retail display glazing. Once marred, the film is simply peeled off and replaced, saving the expense of re-installing new glass or replacing/repairing expensive stonework. CHB is the property owner’s resource to tackle the challenge of maximizing their property values and preserving their investment. As an example, CHB has protected the elegant stone facades at the Willis Tower in Chicago. The company has also installed a heavy duty polymer film at the United Nation’s 9/11 Memorial that prevents staining at this landmark.
To furnish and install a crystal clear, protective, anti-graffiti film on the jewelry display cases at one of the world’s historic jewelry design and retail establishments.
To preserve the clarity and design perfection of our client’s retail display cases. Damage comes from a variety of sources. Customers inadvertently damage surfaces by placing objects on the cases or marring the glass with rings and watches while gazing at the assortment of jewelry and watches on display.
CHB’s artisan-like care in installing its protective anti-graffiti film has saved CHB’s clients a fortune by avoiding the replacement of damaged display case glass. It has provided peace of mind ensuring that the damage can be remedied – with a simple film replacement – instead of a costly and time-consuming glazing of the custom display cabinets.
Times Square Alliance Turns to CHB
High pedestrian traffic at the crossroads of the world inevitably results in wear and tear. This was the observation of the Times Square Alliance, a non-profit with the goal of “improving and promoting Times Square as an icon of entertainment, culture and urban life, for over a century.” With thousands of theatre-goers lining up daily at the TKTS facility on Times Square, it wasn’t unexpected that this glass hub in the middle of Times Square might be marred by scratches and damage due to the elements.
The Times Square Alliance turned to CHB Industries seeking affordable solutions to protect the famous TKTS booth and iconic red bleachers over Broadway from wear-and-tear. The goal was to ensure that TKTS remains burnished and a welcoming experience for all who visit this great city.
With experience, protecting New York City’s retail windows and building glass from vandalism, CHB recommended its patented clear “anti-graffiti” film. If damaged, the film can be removed and replaced, simply, avoiding costly and time consuming glass replacement. Additionally, CHB has installed the well-known TKTS logo and graphics. The strategy also provides buyers with unobstructed views of Times Square and allows natural light to filter into the facility, providing a pleasant experience for visitors.