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The entrance of your building is the first impression of your company or place of business.  Providing the correct products to keep your facility looking or functioning properly is important.  C&H offers everything you need to keep your entrance looking great all year long.


Tips & Tricks

  • For Best Results, Mats Should Be Cleaned Regularly
  • Simply Shake Them Out or Sweep Them to Remove Excess Dirt & Debris
  • 85% of Soil & Dirt Enters a Building on the Feet of Occupants
  • It Costs on Average $600 to Find & Remove 1 Pound of Soil From a Building

Soil is everywhere, all buildings/ facilities require some type of soil management program. At the heart of soil management is the concept of prevention - prevention of contaminants from entering a building. 85% of all soil enters a building on the feet of building occupants. Over the years, many products have been developed and sold to help keep soil at the door and out of the building. The International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA) has estimated that it costs 600 dollars to find and remove one pound of soil after it has been allowed to enter an average building. This cost is primarily labor.


Stop soil and water at the door. The most effective mats provide a combination of scraping and wiping to stop the maximum amount of contaminants.

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  • Keep Your Entrance Clean and Appealing for Guests
  • Strong Durable Outdoor Receptacles Have a Long Lasting Life
  • Choose from a Wide Range of Colors to Best Match Your Facility

Provide a visually pleasing convenient and theft resistant container for waste management in front of your building. 

Tips & Tricks

  • Support the Bike in at Least Two Places and Allow a U-Lock on One Wheel and the Frame
  • When Installing a Rack be Sure to Consider the Spacing, Location and Security of the Rack
  • Checkout Our Bike Rack Tip Sheet for More Details

A bike parking area outside any building, a park or school, or on a city street is a valuable asset. More people are using cycling as a way to stay healthy, save money and stay out of traffic jams. Because of the increased numbers of bicycle commuters, there is a rising need and responsibility to provide adequate bike parking for cyclists. Having the right plan for your bike parking area will ensure it is a convenient and effective space to park bicycles securely.


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  • For Indoor Display or Parades Use 3' x 5' or 4' x 6' Sizes
  • For Military & Color Guards Use 3' x 5' or 4 1/3' x 5 1/2' Sizes
  • For Angled Home Flagpoles Use 3' x 5' for 6' Poles or 4' x 6' for 8' Poles
  • The Length of the Flag Should be 1/4 to 1/3 the Height of the Flagpole


Flagpole & Flag Size Chart
Exposed Pole Height 20' 25' 30' 35' 40'
Suggested Flag Size 3' x 5' 4' x 6' 5' x 8' 6' x 10' 8' x 12'

Show your patriotic pride with a flag outside your building.  It is important to use the correct sized flag for your application.  Flags can be displayed either indoors or outdoors and on a variety of pole sizes.


Flags for Outdoor Flagpoles vary depending on the height of the pole. The length of the flag should be from one-quarter to one-third the height of the flagpole. See the chart below for appropriate flagpole and flag size combinations.

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  • Lockable Cabinets Keep Important Documents Safe and Dry From Outdoor Elements
  • If Mounting on a Wall Be Sure to Place in High Traffic Area to Ensure Visability

Outdoor Message Boards are a great way to communicate with your staff, visitors or general public about upcoming or current events. These outdoor message boards convey a professional appearance and hold up to the elements.

Tips & Tricks


  • Metal Benches are Ideal for Indoor or Outdoor use
  • Plastic Benches Won't Rot, Splinter or Require Painting

Provide comfotable and durable seating for employees & visitors to rest, wait or take a break.


Tips & Tricks

  • Be Sure to Consider if you Need a Plant Liner, Water Access & What Size Area You Need for the Full Grown Plant

Planters provide an asthetically pleasing atmosphere to a building providing curb appeal to employees and visitors.