Your Privacy Is Important To Us

What personal data we collect and why we collect it:  Have you noticed that there aren’t any sign up or sign in boxes on our site?  That’s because we value your privacy and the best way to protect that privacy is not to have your information on our site in the first place. 

Contact forms: When you fill out one of our contact forms on our website your information is sent to us securely using G Suite by Google because we trust them to provide the most secure services possible. 

Embedded content from other websites: Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website. These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.  Of course we only embed content from the largest, most trusted providers in the industry. 

Analytics:  We use Google Analytics to get a better idea of how many people are using our site and how we can improve our site but it’s just the basic tracking used on almost all websites. 

Who we share your data with:  We never share your data with anyone other than our internal team and the business partners necessary to provide you the best services we can.

What rights you have over your data:  If you contact us or become a customer we will keep your information on file for future reference but if you request it we’ll be happy to delete any information we’re not legally required to keep. 

Reviews, testimonials and pictures of our work:  We love to get reviews, testimonials and pictures of our work from clients but we never post or share that kind of information without your permission.  If you’d like to give us a review the best way to do so would be to contact us or to post your review on a third party site like google, facebook or yelp.  

Our privacy page is probably suppose to have a bunch of legal mumbo jumbo but trying to explain our privacy policies in a way that no one can really understand seems counterproductive so we’ve decided to keep things simple until someone makes us change it.  🙂

Dear privacy experts, if you’re reading this we would love to know how all the social media companies seem to be able to bring up ads for things the moment we speak them out loud?  I mean really, are all of my electronic devices spying on me or have those companies invented something that reads minds?  And just curious since we’re writing our own privacy policy, do those companies have something in their privacy policy that allows them to spy on us and/or read our minds?  Instead of making us change our privacy policy to make it more complicated do you think maybe we could get those companies to change their policies to something people can actually understand?  Any help or insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated. 

Thanks again for visiting our website and we hope we’ll have the opportunity to work with you.  -Knight Residential Services.