Categories of information (1) personally identifiable information is what we collect from you through optional registration and (2) Non-personally identifiable information that does not include any information to contact you, used to track visitors.
How we use your personal information. Your information is used when you fill out any web forms or call for estimates, inspections, placing orders or providing you with information you may have requested. Unless you ask us not to or unsubscribe, we may contact you via E-Mail or USPS mail to tell you about new services, seasonal specials or survey you about completed services that we performed for you.
We share aggregated demographic information with our advertisers. This is not linked to any personal information. We use outside shipping companies to ship orders, mail and e-mail our literature and a credit card processing company to bill users for goods and services. These companies do not retain, share, store or use personally identifiable information for any secondary purposes beyond filling your order or delivering.
To improve your web site visit, we may place a small data file called a cookie on the visitorís hard drive. It helps us track the pages you visit. The cookie does not tell us who you are or how to contact you, unless you submit identifiable information to us through a registration form. Cookie can enable us to track and target interests of our users to enhance the experience to our site. The cookie identifies your computer it does not identify you personally.
Links; This site contains Links to other web sites. TripleSclean.com is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these web sites.
Security, protecting your order information is important to us. We use the industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to protect the security of your online completed forms and order information. SSL encryption is a method by which information is encrypted while being transmitted over the Internet. To check the security of your connection, look at the lower left-hand corner of your browser window after accessing the server. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock, then SSL is active. You can also double-check by looking at the URL line of your browser. When on a secure server, the first characters of the site address should change from "http" to "https." Some versions of browsers and some firewalls don't permit communication through secure servers. In that case, you won't be able to connect to the server with an insecure connection. While no method is completely impenetrable, SSL is the state-of-the-art encryption technology used in e-commerce today. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we are committed to protecting your personal information, we cannot entirely ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us.