Privacy & Terms of Use


Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. This privacy notice applies solely to information collected by this website.

Sharing of Information

We will not share your personal information with third-party partners, unless required by law or as required to fulfill your request for services.

Types of information

Voluntary information: When you fill out our contact form, we will use that information to follow up and respond to your query.

Website Usage Data (Anonymous): We leverage Google Analytics to collect general usage data to anonymously analyze user behavior and improve the website experience. This includes pages access data, general (state/country) location, and time spent on individual pages.

Contact Form

Any contact information (name, email, phone number, message) you provide to ask a question or request service details is used solely to respond to you. Your information stays secure with us and is never sold or rented to third parties. We may occasionally send emails about facility updates, helpful newsletters, and important policy changes, but you're always in control. You can easily opt out of these communications at any time.


We employ reasonable security measures to protect your information from unauthorized access, alteration, or disclosure.

Your Choices and Rights

Access and Correction: You have the right to access or request correction of your information.
Opt-Out: You may opt out of marketing communications or request deletion of your personal data.

Changes to These Policies

We may update this Privacy Policy occasionally. Please review it regularly to stay informed about how we protect your information.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please reach out.

Additional Regulations:
CAN-SPAM (United States)
The Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (“CAN-SPAM”) is a federal law regulating the transmission of commercial email messages and Internet-to-phone SMS commercial messages to addresses that reference Internet domains. The full text of this law can be found here:
CTIA Messaging Principles
Offers a set of recommendations developed with wireless messaging ecosystem stakeholders to support a robust and dynamic wireless messaging community. See link: