This privacy notice explains the privacy practices of Property Damage Restoration’s website. The information provided below only applies to this website. On this page, you’ll learn about the following:
- What personally-identifiable information we collect from you on this website, how we collect it, and who can see it.
- Your choices about your data and how it is shared.
- The security measures that we use to protect your information from misuse.
- Ways that you can correct your information in case of inaccuracies.
Your Information and How it is Used
Property Damage Restoration is the only owner of information that is collected on this site. We only ever access information that you provide voluntarily, such as information you provide through email, contact forms, and other sources of communication on this website.
We will not ever sell this information to anybody. We also won’t share this information with any third parties unless we have to share the information to fulfill a request from you. We use the information that you provide to respond to you about specific requests. For example, if you provide an email address and want to ask about mold remediation, we’ll answer your question via the email address that you provide.
We may also contact you about products, services, and promotions, unless you ask us not to do so.
Your Control and Access
You can opt out of communication at any time. You can give us a call to let us know that you don’t want to hear from us, or you can use email or our contact form. You can also contact us to do the following things:
- Find out what information we have about you.
- Have us delete or remove any of that information.
- Correct or change information.
- Let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
We care about our clients, which is why we take steps to protect your information. Sometimes we collect sensitive information such as credit card data. When we do collect sensitive information, we always encrypt it and make sure that it is moved securely. Not only do we protect your information online, but we also protect it offline. We store our computers in a safe environment, and only employees who need your information will have access to it. A team member in billing, for example, might ask for credit card information. Nobody else from our team will access your information.