SAFEDRY RESTORATION PRIVACY POLICY

We know that you care how your information is used, and we appreciate your trust that we will use it carefully and sensibly. This notice describes our privacy policy. By visiting us, you are accepting the privacy policy described below.
  1. What Personal Information Do We Collect?
    Information You Provide.  We receive and store any information you enter. For example, when you search for or buy a product or service, or when you supply information such as your name, address, phone number, email address and free form comments, you are not anonymous. You can choose not to provide certain information, but then you might not be able to take advantage of some of our features. We use the information that you provide for such purposes as responding to your requests, customizing future visits for you, improving our website, and communicating with you.

    Other Information: Every computer has an IP (Internet Protocol) address. IP addresses of computers used to visit this site are noted. In addition, we automatically collect other information such as browser types, operating systems, the identity of the visitor's internet service provider and the URL addresses of sites clicked to and from this site.
  2. How Do We Use Your Information?
    Business Transfers. As we continue to develop our business, we might sell or buy stores or assets. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the unlikely event that we are acquired, customer information will be one of the transferred assets.

    Law Enforcement.   If we receive a lawful court order to release account or other personal information then we will comply with the law. We will also release information when necessary to protect the life, safety or property of others. This includes exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection and credit risk reduction.
  3. How Do We Protect the Security of Your Information?
    • We use a firewall to protect against unlawful intrusion.
    • We limit access to your information on a "need to know” basis.
    • No system can guarantee absolute security, just as the finest lock cannot guarantee physical security.
       However, we take every reasonable precaution to assure that your data is secure.
  4. Opt-Out Policy
    At any time after registering for information or requesting service you desire to not receive information from us, please send us a request specifying your new choice to opt-out@SafeDryRestoration.com.
  5. Cookies
    When you visit our site, cookies, which are alphanumeric identifiers, are transferred to your computer's hard drive through your Web browser to enable our systems to recognize your browser.
  6. Parental guidance (i.e. Children)
    We do not sell products or services to children. If you are under 18, you may use this site only with involvement of a parent or guardian.
  7. Third Party Websites or Other Websites
    Various Web sites may be linked to from this site. If you link to another site, your privacy depends on the policy of that site. We strongly urge you to check their privacy policy. Not all sites guarantee that they will not share your personally identifiable information with others. You may also wish to consult privacy guidelines such as those recommended by the Online Privacy Alliance (www.privacyalliance.org).
  8. Contact Us
    If you would like to learn more about our privacy policy, or to access your personally identifiable information contained on our website, you may contact us at privacy@SafeDryRestoration.com You will be required to provide identifier information to assure that this information is not released to others. We reserve the right to modify this policy in the future. If we do so, notice will be posted on our home page.

After Flood Waters Recede

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How To Restore Flood Soaked Books

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How To Clean A Carpet After A Sewer Backup

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Crime Scene Technician Certification

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How To Dry Out After A Flood

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How To Protect Fences From Intruders

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Flooded

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How To Clean Up Water In A Flooded Basement

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Protect Your Child From Lead Paint

Do not let your child chew on painted surfaces or eat paint chips. Some old paint has lead in it. When paint gets old, it breaks down into dust. This dust spreads all around your home. Wash your child's hands and toys often. Always wash hands before eating and sleeping. Lead dust and dirt can stick   read more..