Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy sets out how we collect, use and protect information about you when you visit our website and generally when you use our products and services. Please take a few moments to read this Privacy Policy as by using our Website and any products and services we offer you are agreeing to be bound by this Privacy Policy.

The information we collect

The only personal information we collect on our Website is the personal information that you chose to provide to us which is mainly company addresses and site contact details. This information may include:

  • your name and postal address
  • your email address
  • your contact telephone number

We do not request you to give your personal information only information relation to premises we may be asked evaluate in providing a detailed quote for work you require us to undertake.
When you visit our Website, our Website may also automatically record your IP address and other information which is not personal information.

Our use of the information we collect

Where you have provided your personal or company information to us we may use this to:

  • verify your identity
  • administer your account generally
  • process and keep you updated with any order or enquiry submitted by you
  • keep you informed about any new products and services – unless you have opted-out of receiving such marketing information.

Where our website has collected non-personal information on an automatic basis, we will use this information to administer the Website and collect demographic information for statistical purposes.


From time to time we may contact you about new products and services we are offering and we think may be of interest to you.
We may contact you by post, email, telephone and other forms of electronic communication through our eShot system.
If you do not want to receive any marketing messages and then you can tell us at any time by emailing us at


When you visit our Website we may store certain information on your computer in a file known as a cookie. A cookie file is a text-only file and is used so that we can remember who you are each time you visit our Website. This will enable us to provide you with, amongst other things:

  • a more enjoyable and customised service when you visit our Website; and
  • a better understanding of your preferences in respect of our Website.

Most internet browsers, for example Internet Explorer, will allow you to block and erase cookies. However, certain parts of our website may not operate correctly and may not work correctly if you set your internet browser not to accept cookies.
For more information on cookies you can refer to your internet browser’s help menu.


We recognise that you will have concerns in respect of the security of your personal information and we have therefore implemented certain procedures in order to protect your personal information from unauthorised access and, accidental loss and/or destruction.

However, you should be aware that communications over the Internet are not fully secure unless they have been encrypted. Such is the nature of the Internet, communications may route through a number of countries before being delivered. We cannot therefore accept any responsibility for any unauthorised access or loss and/or destruction to your personal information that is beyond our control.

Disclosing your personal information

In the event that we are sold to a third party or undergo any restructuring.

Other than as set out above we will not pass your personal information on to a third party unless required by law or regulation for example in respect of the prevention of fraud or a crime.

Overseas Transfers

It may be necessary from time to time for us to transfer your personal information outside of countries who are member states of the European Union. This may happen where one of our servers or service providers is located outside the European Union. Whilst we will take steps to ensure your personal information is protected in the same way under this Privacy Policy you should be aware that countries outside of the European Union may not have data protection laws as comprehensive as those in the United Kingdom or European Union.