Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy is committed to respecting your privacy. In general, you can visit this web site without revealing any information about yourself. We do collect information regarding visitors to our web site. Some information is required to process orders.
While using our Site, we may ask you to provide us with certain personally identifiable information
that can be used to contact or identify you.

To process your inquires, we require your name, billing address, phone number and email address. We use this information to process your order and, if any questions should arise, to contact you about your order.
Any information provided by you will be used for purposes only. However, may need to provide your name and delivery address to third parties that are involved in the processing of your order for delivering specific services to you (for example, the surveyors who survey your house).

Your information will not be shared with third parties unless required by law. We do our best to maintain the accuracy of any personal information you do supply to us.
You can help update and maintain the accuracy of any personal information you supply by contacting us or notifying us of any changes to your address, title, phone number or e-mail address.

What information is in a cookie?
A cookie’s contents are determined by the specific website that created that cookie. Contents vary from site to site. As a general rule, cookies contain random alphanumeric text characters.
Cookies are intended to help you access a site faster and more efficiently. For example, cookies can store information to help you enter a site without having to login. In effect, cookies tell the website that your browser has been to the site before. It does not need to know your exact identity.

Manage Cookies
What can I do to manage cookies stored on my computer?
Different browsers offer differing ways to configure your browser’s cookie settings.
Due to the wide range of differences among differing websites’ privacy policies, many browsers allow for universal privacy settings which users can choose from.
Users choose differing privacy settings based on their differing privacy concerns. Most commercial and/or professionally-created websites like Yahoo and Google have privacy policy pages that disclose how the sites handle, gather, and/or pass on user information to third parties. These are known as “P3P” features (Privacy Preferences Platform).