About Hydro Care
Hydro Care are a specialised manufacturer of protective and heat reflective coating systems that provide environmental benefits. The aim is to produce eco-friendly coating systems that help to reduce carbon emissions, reduce the “urban heat island effect”*, and lower energy costs for private and industrial buildings and properties.
Since 1984 the French group of companies have successfully been developing innovative restoration systems for damp proofing, waterproofing and wood preservation. Some known brands by Hydro Care are: secoMUR, secoTHERM, superDRY, IMPER*SAN and COVER*SAN.
Important features for using our innovative products are:
All our systems are known to be highly effective, long lasting and cost effective. Many existing customers around Europe will be able confirm these features. Most products are sold through distributors in France, United Kingdom, Germany, Holland, Spain and Belgium.
If you are looking for an approved installer, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will connect you with an installer in your local area.
High quality products and cost effective solutions plus fully backed up marketing concepts (brochures, door hangers, demo tools and 3rd party test reports proving the benefits) The Hydro Care systems are typically installed by companies like: Roofing contractors, roof restoration companies, waterproofing and damp proofing specialists, roof light installers, brick and industrial cleaning companies, air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation contractors and solar installers.
If you are running a successful company and see the potential in integrating one or more of our systems – please book a meeting with one of our consultants. Please contact us by email, phone or at our local branch.
*Urban heat island effect – As town and city areas grow, changes occur in the landscape. Houses, offices, factories, roads, and other structures replace fields and vegetation. Areas that were once permeable and moist become impermeable and dry. These changes cause urban regions to become warmer than their rural surroundings, forming an “island” of higher temperatures in the landscape.