Privacy & Cookies

Homeco is committed to protecting the privacy of everyone who visits our website.

Privacy policy

This privacy policy provides an overview of the information we collect and how we process this information.

Our privacy policy has been prepared in accordance with the Norwegian Personal Data Act, which regulates the collection, storage, compilation, delivery and other processing of personal data. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority monitors compliance with this Act, which establishes requirements for confidentiality and security when processing personal data and assessments that can be linked with a physical person, for example, names, private addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

The data controller at Homeco is Vigdis Mæland,

The information you disclose to us:

We collect and store the information that you disclose when you fill in the form. This usually includes your name, phone number and e-mail address. When you complete and submit a form on our website, the information you provide is stored electronically. This enables us to ensure that you receive the information you have requested. We also need your express consent in order to send you further information, and we will not contact you without your permission.

The purpose of collection:

To enhance your experience when visiting our website.

To adapt our e-mail communication with you once you have filled in a form on our website.

To send you information you have requested (marketing materials. progress plans, checklists, articles, offers, etc.) related to your project, industry or interests.

Analysis tools at

Google Analytics collects information about usage patterns on our website, including pages the user came from, what pages are visited, what sources the user came from, the length of each user session and the number of times a user visits the site.

Google cookies are used in connection with the search words you use and the links you click.

Your personal data at Homeco:

Homeco will never disclose personal data to third parties without your express consent. Guidelines regulate how we use your personal data. We take privacy seriously and will take every precaution to protect your personal data. All personal data will only be used to process any orders you place or for internal analysis purposes, and will only be stored as long as this is appropriate.

About consent:

We do not contact anyone without their express consent. We request this consent in the contact form on our website. You can withdraw this consent at any time by e-mailing

The right to access, delete and complain:

You may request access at any time if you are not sure what information we have stored about you. Alternatively, you can request a deletion of all information. You may also withdraw your consent. If you wish to exercise these rights, please e-mail


Cookies are a standard technology used on almost all websites today. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you visit a website. Most of these are intended to enhance your user experience. By using you consent to the use of cookies in your browser.

Information about the types of cookies used on the website and how they are used:

Session cookies

These cookies are used to temporarily store information during a session, and are deleted once you close your browser. Temporary cookies make it possible to track how the user navigates the website, in order to ensure that they are not asked to provide the same information more than once.

Form cookies

These cookies temporarily store information until the user has completed the form. The stored data can only be used to re-enter information on the form if the user fails the SPAM check or has not filled in the required fields in the form.

Persistent cookies

Persistent cookies are not deleted at the end of a browser session and enable the website to recognise your computer when you re-visit our website. These may contain information about authentication, language settings and menu preferences. You can manually delete persistent cookies from your browser in your privacy settings.


Our privacy policy may be amended if this is required under prevailing practice, or due to changes in legislation, or in our practice for collecting and processing data.

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority is responsible for monitoring compliance with data protection regulations. If you believe a breach of regulations has occurred, please notify the Norwegian Data Protection Authority in writing at the following address: Norwegian Data Protection Authority, Postboks 8177, 0034 OSLO, Norway