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We aim to provide you with accurate information at the time of publishing, but some information will understandably be less accurate as time passes. Should you find any inaccurate information, please comment one.
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All the information provided on Quality in Construction is for information purposes only and is the expressed opinion of Pavlos Inglesis, guest bloggers and contributors and not others.
Under no circumstances will I be liable for any loss or damage (including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage) or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website.
I cannot be held responsible for any offence taken due to translation, interpretation or mistakes in grammar and/or punctuation of my website’s content. I am Greek. Forgive me.
Although I try to keep Quality in Construction running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, access to the site may be temporarily or permanently suspended and without notice at my own discretion, due to possible updates or technical issues beyond my control, such as NCRs overloading our servers . I will not be liable if for any reason the website is unavailable at any time or for any period of time. I will try to get the website back online as soon as possible. Or as soon as the NCRs are all closed out…
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I am not responsible for the privacy practices of any of my advertisers or blog commenters.
I also reserve the rights to edit or delete any comments submitted to Quality in Construction without notice due to: comments deemed to be spam or questionable spam, comments including profanity, comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive, comments that attack a group or person individually, or comments from my parents telling me to call them more often.
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To help the website expand, to cover costs of running the site and for me to be able to fly to Bora Bora islands 5 times per year I have placed Google Ads on the website. I have no connection or control over what is shown on these ads. It’s Google’s algorithm that decides which ads will be shown. I am not connected to any of the products shown in these ads. In case you are not familiar with how Adsense works, please google it.
Also, I am not commercially connected with any of the people who might be interviewed in QualityInConstruction.com. I am just offering an independent platform for them to present their products or their work to a big audience. I am trying to treat equally anyone who will approach me for an interview and I feel their point of view, their work or their product will benefit qualityinconstruction.com and its readers.
Letters to the Editor(s)
Any letters, e-mails, blog comments, responses on Social Media platforms such as Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter, or questions written directly to me may be used to share with my blogging audience unless specifically requested otherwise. (Part of) these letters or emails, questions or any other feedback may be used in newsletters, blog posts, columns or up-and-coming books. I will always put your name as a reference.
Thank a lot for visiting Quality In Construction and…keep in touch!
Pavlos (Paul) Inglesis