Southland Floors is committed to respecting the privacy of all our visitors to our Web Site. We believe it is important you know how we treat the information about you we receive on the Internet. Although we track the total number of visitor to each of our sites in an aggregate form to allow us to update and improve our sites, personally identifiable information is not extracted in this process.
Our Security Policy
Southland Floors does, however, make use of a technology called cookies, in order to personalize the site to your specific needs. A cookie is a tiny element of data that a web site can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your hard drive so we can recognize you when you return.
Southland Floors does collect personal identifiable data, such as names, addresses, e-mail, addresses, and the like, from you. This information is used by Southland Floors to conduct business with you and is not shared with other organizations for commercial purposes. Southland Floors will respond to visitors who send us e-mail to particular addresses, for example, regarding advertising, partnering, or employment opportunities. Southland Floors will use the information submitted in those e-mail's only to respond to the purpose specified by the sender.
Online security is important to us, so we have taken precautions to make the entire experience safe and secure using the most sophisticated security available. Some security measures include:
Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) The most advanced security system available on the Internet. SSL helps protect your Internet communications through server authentication, encryption and data integrity. All personal information sent over SSL pages is encrypted so that it cannot be read as it is transmitted.
User name and password protection Bars unwanted parties from viewing or tampering with your information.
Fire Wall Protection Prevents "hackers" from directly linking their computer systems to Shaw's, disallowing any attempt to manipulate, change, erase, or damage your data which we keep inside the firewall.