Help About Conservatories Privacy Policy

Help About Conservatories - Privacy Policy

Help About Conservatories regards our customers’ privacy as most important. Please read this page to understand how we use and protect the information provided to us.

Information collected from our customers

Help About Conservatories will not disclose any personal information about our customers to any third party or company without consent. However, we will have to disclose customer’s information should the law require us to.

We will use our customers’ personal information to:

- Supply and manage the service we provide
- Better understand our customers in order to provide better products and services.
- Keep in touch with our customers on an occasional basis via our newsletter.

If you would rather not receive further communication from us, please send an email to

Help About Conservatories will keep the information provided for as long as necessary and will take steps to ensure that it is kept up to date.


Cookies are small amounts of data stored on your computer when you log onto our Website. Cookies can store information about your preferences and other information which you need when you visit a website. We use cookies to help us improve usage of our website.

Cookies are not harmful to your computer and do not contain any personal information. You may, if your browser allows you to, switch them off, although please note that this may affect the performance of the site and your own experience.

E-mail addresses

If you send us e-mail or give us your e-mail address when requesting a service or enquiry we will retain your e-mail address. However, we do not share our e-mail lists with any third parties. We will not contact you by e-mail except to:
- Respond to an e-mail query
- Send you the Help About Conservatories Newsletter if you have opted to receive it

Changes to our privacy policy

Should we make any changes to our privacy policy in the future these will be posted on this page to keep our customers fully up to date?