Disclaimer of liability
Gilgen Door Systems (GDS) is anxious to provide accurate and up-to-date information on this homepage. Nevertheless, we assume no liability with regard to the actuality and integrality of the provided information. GDS reserves the right to change, delete or (temporarily) refrain from publishing all or part of certain contents without prior notification.
Under no circumstances can GDS be held responsible for any material or immaterial losses or damages resulting from or in connection with the use or non-use of the provided information or from the use of erroneous or incomplete information.
GDS has not checked any external websites that are not accessible on our own servers or beyond our area of influence and which might possibly be linked to this website via hyperlinks. We therefore assume no liability whatsoever for the contents of such websites as well as the products, service performances or other offers they might advertise.
On their websites, GDS uses the analyzing service «Google Analytics». By means of text files, so-called «cookies» stored on your computer, an analysis of the websites you are accessing is possible. Google uses this information for analyzing the use of the website and for compiling reports on website activities for the website operators. Google will in no case link your IP address with other data related to Google offers.
The entire content and structure of the GDS websites are protected by copyright. Without prior written authorization from GDS, a reproduction (in whole or in part), an electronic transmission (or by other means), a modification or the use of this information for public or commercial purposes is prohibited.
For the time being, all e-mail communication with GDS is unconcealed and unencrypted. This means that it is theoretically possible for the data transmitted by e-mail to be viewed by third parties and that any contacts established with our institution might be tracked. In addition, the data may under the circumstances circulate on a transnational level, even in cases where the sender and the addressee live in the same country. Therefore, an absolute discretion cannot be guaranteed for communications via e-mail.