Setcrete launches new website

Published: 9 October 2017 - Rachel Tucker

Setcrete, leading manufacturer of high performance products for the professional builder, has launched a re-branded, contemporary website, offering a bank of technical information and a direct point of contact with Setcrete’s technical team.

Setcrete launch new website.
Setcrete launch new website.

Specifiers, distributors and end users will now benefit from having access to regularly updated features including news, events and case studies. Popular resources including the company’s online interactive product selector and handy coverage calculator which help to determine the right product for the job and provide an accurate calculation of how much is needed. A selection of product demonstration videos can also be viewed on the site. Users will find the answer to many of their questions and can send enquiries via the website to Setcrete’s Technical team.


The website is now integrated with Setcrete’s social media platforms, including the company’s Facebook and Twitter (@Setcrete) accounts.


The new website can be viewed at:


Richard Harris, marketing manager at Setcrete, said: “We are very excited to have launched the new Secrete website - our online presence is crucial to our philosophy of providing first class service and provides a direct, 24 hour source of product information.”


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