Roof Coating

Mass Insulation, such as cellulose and fiberglass, is a conductive type insulator. Conductive, meaning it continues to allow the transport of hot temperature
waves to penetrate your building, but slows their transport by the amount of mass insulation present.

s22_sprayOn the other hand, Hydro-Therm Reflective Coatings shield the surface it is applied to from the penetration of heat. The insulating particles found in Hydro-
Therm Coatings actually dissipate the heat waves back in the direction from which they came. This can best be demonstrated by applying over 2000 degrees
of heat from a blow torch to a human hand protected by only a thin layer of the insulating particles found in Hydro-Therm Reflective Coatings. These particles glow red from the heat, yet the hand is unharmed.

How Does It Look?
Hydro-Therm Roof Coating, Interior and Exterior Paint, when applied to roof, wall, and ceiling not only insulate, but they give a deep velvety appearance that resists abuse. Just imagine a paint-on insulation that looks and lasts better than ordinary paint.

Hydro-Therm Coatings are designed to give high performance in durability and beauty. Being formulated by experts for all climates, they offer high resistance to exposure against salt, rain, hail, fungus, and mildew.

Hydro-Therm Coatings are available and especially designed for all types of application; they may by brushed, rolled or sprayed. The coatings offer excellent hiding powers and ease of application.

They may be used successfully on roofs, exterior and interior concrete walls, wood, aluminum, primed metal and virtually any smooth or rough surface. Bonding qualities, guarding against peeling and blistering, are unexcelled when the coatings are applied following Hydro-Therm’s specifications.


  1. It insulates
  2. It waterproofs
  3. It lasts longer
  4. It protects your building bills you can put in your pocket
  5. It has a beautiful finish
  6. It saves on repeated labor cost
  7. The money you save on energy