Privacy Policy

At Durame, your privacy is important to us. The following information will highlight how your online information is processed and handled.

Log Files:

Just like most websites, Durame makes use of every individuals log files. Log files are information that shows a range of things from the type of browser you use, to when you visited and left this website and to what your internet protocol [IP] address is. All these information are used to analyze and help improve this website and to operate this website based on user trends.


A cookie is a data from a computer that gives some information about a particular user. Since we currently don't have a logged in feature at Durame, we don't store any cookies, nor do we have access to them. Be advised however, our advertisers and our third-party statistics measurement do collect cookies to determine this website's performance and to bring you targeted ads. If you wish to not share this information with our website or any other website, then go to your browser and disable your cookies function. If you disable your cookies, it may limit your online capabilities because most websites have logged in features that may need to access your cookies.


Please be aware that this website contains external links to other websites. We encourage you to visit their privacy practices. We  are not responsible for their practices and will always read their privacy practices before linking a link on our website.


Because Durame uses ads from third party sources, these ads may contain cookies and/or web beacons that will often obtain some of your web information. These advertisers that do collect data do so to bring you relevant ads. We don't have any access to this information and you do have a choice in blocking access to this information. For the most part, our ad partners are generally Google and we'd like you to visit their privacy polices here:

To read Google's Privacy Policy for their ads, then visit here:

  • Google, as a third-party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site.
  • Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet.

  • Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.