do not allow unaffiliated companies to use your
personal information without your permission. Should
PCH Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Inc. sell a
business unit which uses your personal information,
or if PCH Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Inc.
were acquired by another company, then the information
relating to that business would be transferred to
the other company and would become subject to their
may be required to disclose information to law enforcement
or in response to a court order or other government
requirement. We may also disclose information which
in our judgment is necessary to avoid liability
or injury to our company or our customers.
Prior notice will be provided on the pchsheetmetal.com
web site before major changes are implemented.
pchsheetmetal.com web site may contain links to
to pages served by pchsheetmetal.com's own web site,
including companion sites under the pchsheetmetal.com
policy does not govern web sites of other parties
to which we may provide links, because PCH Sheet
Metal and Air Conditioning Inc. is not responsible
for the web privacy practices or content of those
you browse the PCH Sheet Metal web site, you do so anonymously.
No personal information such as your name and e-mail
address are collected automatically without prior
notice. PCH Sheet Metal logs your IP address to better
understand visitor traffic patterns and identify
popular areas of our site. However, PCH Sheet Metal will
not link your IP address to any personal identifiable
other companies which operate web sites, PCH Sheet Metal
employs cookies in certain instances on our site.
Cookies are very small text files which web sites
send to a user's internet browser to enhance or
personalize that user's web site experience. Cookies
are designed to identify a user which returns to
a web site by saving user-specific preferences.
Cookies cannot place a virus on your computer, nor
can they retrieve your documents or your e-mail
address from your computer.
Internet browser can be set up to monitor or even
access these settings by clicking on the "Edit"
option in the menu bar, selecting "Edit",
then "Advanced" for all Cookie options.
Internet Explorer 5 users running the Macintosh
OS access these settings the same way as Netscape
4 Users. Internet Explorer 5 users running Windows
can access these settings by clicking "Tools"
in the menu bar, then choosing "Internet Options",
where under "General" they will find a
"Temporary Files" settings option for