We only collect personal information that is necessary to provide our services to clients. The personal information that we collect includes names, email addresses, phone numbers, and a summary of the project plans.
This information is made available to us voluntarily, when a user or potential client specifically and knowingly provides it to us (such us by submitting a contact form), in order to correspond with us, or to receive a service they’ve requested.
We will not collect any other personal information unless we have obtained your consent to do so or as required by law.
We will only retain your personal information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected or as required by law.
The personal information we collect is used solely for the purpose of helping the client start a project and to grant the company the information to reply to quotes. We do not use the personal information for any other purpose or share it with any third party.
We do not share personal information with any third party.
We take appropriate measures to ensure the protection of personal information we collect. We have implemented appropriate technical, physical, and administrative measures to safeguard the personal information we collect.
Clients have the right to access their personal information we have collected and request changes to any inaccuracies. Clients may also request the deletion of their personal information at any time.
When a user visits our website or one of its search sites, they leave a “trail” of electronic information, which is collected and stored on our servers. This information (referred to as traffic or click-stream data) is not personally identifiable nor is it possible to combine with any kind of identifiable information we may collect from you by other means. Rather, click-stream data consists of very limited and specific information about your computer, your browser, and its activities.
This anonymous information is used to monitor our traffic and servers, as well as to screen for fraudulent behaviour or abnormalities. It is also used to compile statistics and perform research by analysing it in aggregate form, which in turn helps us to improve our services and offerings to both users of our sites and services.