Website Terms of Use

Jack Milner Home Improvement Solutions (herein termed "Us", "We") welcomes the user (herein termed "You" and with reference made as "Your") to the internet site with the homepage http://www.jackmilnerhomes.co.uk (herein termed "The Website"). The use of The Website by You is bound by the following terms and conditions. If You disagree with any part of these terms and conditions then please do not use The Website.

Content
The content of The Website is for Your general information only and is subject to change without notice. You shall be responsible for ensuring that Your subsequent use of any information provided meets Your requirements, is safe and is legal in Your country of residence.

Copyright
The Website contains material which is owned by or licensed to Us, including but not limited to the design, layout, look, appearance and graphics. Reproduction of any part of The Website is prohibited without prior express permission. All trade marks reproduced in The Website which are not the property of or licensed to Us are acknowledged.

Links from The Website
The Website contains links to internet sites maintained by others (herein termed "Third Party Sites"). Links to Third Party Sites are provided for convenience only. We do not endorse or approve any linked Third Party Site and do not make any representations regarding the accuracy, legality or availability of any material that any Third Party Website may provide. We are not responsible for the content of any linked Third Party Site or for any loss or damage that may arise from Your use of them.

Indemnity
You agree to indemnify and hold Us, our partners and our employees, harmless from any loss (including but not limited to profit, money, data and/or goodwill), liability, claim, demand or legal proceedings brought or threatened, that arises from your use of The Website or any information provided on The Website.

Jurisdiction
You agree that these terms and conditions shall be governed by and interpreted according to English law, and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Courts of England and Wales.