• Preserving art and furnishings through fade reduction
  • Increasing comfort by blocking the sun’s heat
  • Softening the sun’s glare to enhance views
  • Maximizing natural light
  • Lowering energy costs
  • Insulating against heat loss
  • Enjoying skylights through the use of film technology that blocks heat and glare
New-age window film technology allows CHB to design intelligent “client-based” architectural solutions to meet the challenges of providing:
  • Relief from uncomfortable, excessive solar heat, from windows & skylights
  • Protection against costly solar-fading damage to art and furnishings
  • Saving energy resources
  • Softening of the sun’s blinding glare
Reduce Fading Damage – Preserve art & Furnishings:
  • Clear Film Options – transform your windows; don’t “tint” them!
  • Clear “museum and Landmarks-approved” high-performance UV and UV/IR solar-control films, protect against fading damage, without reducing natural daylight or darkening windows.

See: The Smithsonian’s Cooper Hewitt Museum,
The Rockefeller Archives
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Breuer Museum

Tinted, nanoceramic solar-control films – Soften glare without reflective “shine”.
  • Tinted, dual-reflective, affordable control of heat, glare and fading damage.
  • New-Generation exterior-applied clear and tinted solar films, provide solar-control with new longer warranties

See: The Hudson River Museum
Vornado Realty Trust
City University of New York, Hunter College