Salt Lake City, UT – April 17, 2018 – HydroShield, Inc., a recognized leader in the surface protection industry, launches the EcoHealth Home Movement, a campaign to warn homeowners about the dangers of using harsh chemical cleaners. HydroShield plans to introduce their innovative EcoHealth products at the 2019 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, to educate the homebuilding industry.
There is little debate within the industry that an eco-friendly home provides many advantages, including reducing homeowners’ utility bills. Consequently, it is now common for homebuilding professionals, such as architects and contractors, to incorporate these eco-friendly solutions into the home building process.
With the launch of the EcoHealth Home Movement campaign, HydroShield wants to shift the dialogue in the industry to another environmental concern: the harsh chemicals homeowners are using to clean their homes.
In fact, research has shown that the effects of 10 to 20 years of regular exposure to harsh cleaning products in a home can be as damaging to an individual as smoking a pack of cigarettes every day for the same amount of time.
“Our goal is to revolutionize the building industry by turning the focus to homeowners’ health,” says Matt Hansen, President of HydroShield, Inc. “With today’s conscientious consumers and an emphasis on protecting the environment, our company plans to take the additional step of protecting homeowners’ health.” Hansen continues, “HydroShield specializes in innovative surface protection technologies that serve as an alternative to conventional sealants, and there’s a huge difference. Through our technology, our surface protection can bond and adhere to surfaces that traditional sealants cannot.”
HydroShield’s Total Home Protection program applies the company’s broad range of surface protection to most of the surfaces inside your home, from the shower glass and shower surrounds to toilets, sinks, countertops, and flooring.
“Our objective with the EcoHealth Home Movement campaign is to draw attention to this health risk and provide a solution that eliminates the need to use harsh, dangerous, and caustic cleaners,” says Hansen. “Every new construction home should have HydroShield protection to ensure the health and well-being of homeowners, children and pets.”
HydroShield Surface Protection is not only recognized for creating what the company refers to as an “EcoHealthy Home,” but for making surfaces easier to clean thereby reducing maintenance time by 75% while guaranteeing that surfaces will remain looking new for years to come.
For more information visit www.HydroShield.com.
About HydroShield, Inc.:
HydroShield, Inc., based in Salt Lake City, Utah, was founded in 1995. Over the past 24 years, HydroShield has established itself as an internationally recognized leader in surface protection. Currently, HydroShield has 57 locations located throughout North America.
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