Information gathered using log files includes, but isn`t limited to, the site path of visitors, the time visitors come to our site, and the user`s browser activity when using the site. This is done for the sole purpose of learning which pages are most attractive to our users, and are not tied to personallly identifiable information. We reserve the right to disclose personally identifiable information only when we are required by law.
You may be contacted by Roof 101 via telephone or email to discuss the submission of your project survey. You cannot opt-out of receiving such communication.
Our site contains links to other sites not controlled or owned by Roof 101. As such we are not repsonsible for their privacy practices. We also use testimonials collected both offline and via the emailed survey, and receive permission to post them prior to doing so.
Roof101.com is using display advertising across the web in order to attract new and existing visitors to our site. Display advertising is served to potential visitors by different 3rd party service providers that use ad servers to target and display ads In order to better target those ads, we are using different services that collect visitor information through cookies. One central system that we use is Google Analytics, which is helping us track and analyse our online traffic Visitors can opt-out of Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customise Google Display Network ads using the Ads Preferences Manager or through Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on.
Roof101.com is using a feature called Re-Marketing in order to target our display and search advertising We use the Google Analytics and the DoubleClick cookies in order to collect visitor information in order to inform, optimize, and serve ads based past visits to our website The information collected is non-private and non-personal information – it tracks the userID, NOT personal information (I.e. Name, address, etc.) After re-marketing lists are collected, third-party vendors, including Google, show your ads on sites across the Internet
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