Terms and Conditions

By using the website www.kerabit.fi you accept these terms and conditions.

1 Coverage
These terms and conditions apply to all use of the website provided by Nordic Waterproofing Oy / Kerabit (hereinafter referred to as “Kerabit” or “we”). These terms and conditions may be supplemented or changed as our business activities change. Accessing and using this website is considered acceptance of the current version of the terms and conditions.

2 Services
This kerabit.fi website contains information about the company and services to be viewed and downloaded. We reserve the right to cease the operation of the kerabit.fi website partly or entirely at any time. Due to the nature of the Internet and computer systems, we do not take responsibility for ensuring the uninterrupted usability of the kerabit.fi website.

3 Storing and using the visitor’s data
We record and store any personal data sent, using forms or email, via the kerabit.fi website for our own sales and marketing purposes. We may freely contact a person whose address details we have received. We do not disclose or sell personal data to an external third party for their free use. However, for the purposes of our own sales and marketing, we may disclose personal data to our partners who take care of matters on our behalf, and we may store personal data in an application or service outside the website, such as email software or customer management software. We store the data for as long as necessary for business purposes. The applications and services we use may also be located outside the EU. The user has the right at any time to request the erasure of their data or to access the data themselves.

Read our Privacy Statement to learn more about our data protection practices

4 Rights of use concerning data and documents
These terms and conditions concern all use of the data, software and documents on the kerabit.fi website. These data, software and documents are protected by copyright laws, international copyright agreements and agreements on intellectual property.

5 Intellectual property
The material contained in the kerabit.fi website, including all the content, data, photographs, illustrations, graphics, names, trademarks and logos, is the property of Kerabit or its licensors. The material is protected by copyright laws, trade mark acts and other legislation concerning intellectual property. Users of the website have the right to browse and look at the website. The contents of the kerabit.fi website must not be changed, copied, reproduced, sold, leased out, used, supplemented or otherwise utilised without the prior written consent of Kerabit.

The use of the name Kerabit as a reference is allowed, for example, when creating a link to this website. However, Kerabit must be given prior notice of such use.

6 Obligations of the user
When accessing or using the kerabit.fi website, the user must not

  • harm other people, especially minors, or violate their rights;
  • violate generally acceptable norms;
  • violate intellectual property rights or other proprietary rights;
  • add to the website any content that contains a virus or any other programme that is capable of damaging data;
  • convey, record or load hyperlinks or content to which the user has no right;
  • propagate unsolicited emails or unfounded virus alerts, fault warnings or corresponding material;
  • attempt to persuade others to participate in raffles, chain letters, pyramid schemes or corresponding activities.

Kerabit may prevent a user from accessing the kerabit.fi website at any time, especially if the user violates any of the obligations specified in these terms and conditions.

7 Hyperlinks
The kerabit.fi website may contain hyperlinks to the websites of third parties. Kerabit is not responsible for the contents of such websites, nor does it present or recommend such websites or their content as its own. Kerabit does not monitor the data of such websites, nor is it responsible for their contents and the data provided by them. Users themselves are responsible for their use of such websites.

8 Cookies and storing data on the user’s computer
The kerabit.fi website uses cookies, which help to make the website more user-friendly. Cookies are small text files that are transferred from the website onto the user’s hard disk or browser, which in turn may store the cookie on the user’s the hard disk.

Cookies are designed to ease, improve and speed up the use of the website and to help users to get the best out of their visit. Cookies can also be used to make the customer better offers and more personalised product recommendations.
Cookies reveal the time and duration of the user’s visit to the website, what files they download, which web pages they visit and which site they enter the website from. They also reveal their Internet service provider.
Some of the content of this website may require the acceptance of cookies in order to work. The user’s web browser is likely to accept cookies by default, but the user may also disable cookies in the browser settings or by removing cookies from the browser after using the service.

Cookies are only used for examining the data that the www.kerabit.fi website has stored on the hard disk. We do not use cookies to collect personal data, such as names or email addresses. Data collected with cookies are combined and compiled anonymously. Cookies do not harm the user’s device or files.

For more information about cookies go to: www.youronlinechoices.eu and www.allaboutcookies.org.

9 The monitoring tools used
On some web pages, we use separate analytical software to analyse the structure of our website. This allows us to check whether people have problems accessing the website or moving from one page to the next. These monitoring tools allow us to improve the structure of the website and offer visitors a better experience.

Google Analytics
On this website, we use the Google Analytics network analysis service to analyse the way the website is used. In order to analyse this use, Google Analytics places cookies on the computer. With the help of cookies, the data collected about the way the website is used are transferred to and stored mainly on the Google server in the United States. Based on the information obtained about the use of the website, the general use of the website is assessed, service data reports are compiled and website improvements are made. The IP address of your browser, which Google Analytics deciphers for its use, is not combined with other Google data. Google may also disclose the data to third parties if required by law, or if a third party processes the data on behalf of Google.IP anonymisation is applied on this website. This means that Google shortens the IP addresses of users living in a European Union member state or a country in the European Economic Area before delivering it to the United States.
Cookies can be disabled in the browser settings, but this may have a negative effect on how the website functions. By using this website, you accept that Google will process your personal data in the above-described way and for the above-described purposes. You can prevent Google from collecting and using data relating to the use of the website and collected using cookies by downloading and installing the browser add-on from this link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fi. Please note that the add-on is browser and computer-specific. If you disable the add-on, your use-related data may be collected. You can learn about Google’s privacy protection policies at http://www.google.com/intl/fi/policies/privacy/.

Google Tag Manager
Google Tag Manager is used to manage the website’s tags. When using Google Tag Manager, no cookies are installed directly and no personal data is collected. This tool activates other services which, in certain cases, collect data. Google Tag Manager does not use this data itself.

To manage advertising, this website uses the DoubleClick service, which makes it possible to show advertisements to visitors both on this Internet website and other websites. A partner of the Google Display network, DoubleClick Ad Exchange is a real-time market place for buying and selling advertising.

Hotjar is a service that helps the website owner to follow what users do on their website. Hotjar uses cookies that prevent the re-storing of the user’s actions.