Terms & Conditions
This site is owned by Cooks Plumbing And Heating Limited, registered office The Mill, Kingsteignton Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 2BD.
This page contains the terms and conditions for using this website. If you use the site, you are deemed to have accepted them. Please note, these are not our terms and conditions of trade, which are available separately on request from the company.
Cooks Plumbing And Heating Limited is the copyright owner for the original content included on this site. Any material we do not own is included with the copyright owner’s consent.
If you want to copy any of the content on this site, you can do so as long as it is for your own personal use. You must not copy, adapt or transmit any of the content for any other reason.
If you would like to reproduce anything from the site, please ask our permission first; and when you use it you must also make sure you mention that it has been taken from our website.
We do our best to make sure the website contains accurate and complete information, but things can change quickly, so we cannot accept any liability arising from any inaccurate or missing information. If you are going to rely on the information on this website to make a decision, please contact us first to double-check the information is correct.
If you notice any information on the site which you believe to be incorrect, or any functional errors, we would be grateful if you would tell us. Please get in touch using the details on our Contact page.
The information we provide is intended to be a general guide only (for example, efficiency levels or typical financial savings). Each client’s situation is different, so you should not take these figures to be absolute. Our energy advisers will be able to give you much more accurate information that is personal for your circumstances.
We have included some links to other helpful websites. Please be aware that we are not necessarily linked to any of these organisations, and we do not control the content of these websites, so we cannot take responsibility for the information they contain.
We do our best to ensure that this website is free of viruses and malware, but you are advised to make sure you have your own virus protection in place.
Any information contained on this site is based on English law, which is the law governing this site.
Like most websites, our site uses ‘cookies’. These harmless little files of code are added to your computer when you visit the site.
Cookies help make the site work properly (eg, so you can use the ‘back’ button). They also help us monitor how visitors use the site, so we can improve the content and make things better for visitors.
Cookies are very common, and they are completely harmless. They stay on your computer after you leave the website, but are easy to remove if you want to using your web browser tools. You can either remove all cookies, or just the ones which relate to our site.
Although cookies distinguish your computer from others, they don’t identify you personally or glean or share any personal data. You can browse the site and remain completely anonymous.
You can find out more information about cookies by visiting www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies on this site
PHP session cookie. This relates purely to your visit to the site on this occasion. It helps pages to load properly, and makes the back button work. This cookie expires as soon as you leave the site.
Google Analytics cookies. Analytics helps us understand how our site is used – ie, how visitors reach our website, and the most popular pages. These cookies stay on your computer after you close your web browser, but only so we know if you come back to the site again.
You can follow this link to the Google Developers website if you would like to find out more.
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns.