Terms & Conditions

Just like any other agreement, this Terms of Service outlines the rights and responsibilities of you as a user (“you” or “your”) and us as the service provider (“us,” “we,” or “our”).

By using our services, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to these terms. If you do not agree with any of the following, please stop using our services immediately.

If you have any questions, need clarity, or want to make any recommendations for modifications, please contact us.

Copyright Protection

All content on this blog, including text, images, video, audio and other media is the property of its respective authors and may not be reproduced, sold, or otherwise disposed of without prior written permission from the original author. Any such unauthorized reproduction or publication may result in legal action taken against infringement by the copyright holder.

For our content we use royalty-free stock images and often times create and use our own images or videos. We are not responsible for any copyright infringement of third party content that is used by us on this site. If you find content which you believe violates your copyright, please contact us and we will work with you to resolve the issue.


We reserve the right to modify or remove content at any time without prior notification. This includes reviews, ratings and comments posted by users. CenTex Excavation reserves the right to delete any content deemed inappropriate, offensive or threatening in nature.

We also reserve the right to modify or change these terms of service at any time without prior notification. Any changes to these terms will be posted on this page for your reference. It is your responsibility to check back for any updates to the Terms of Service.


We are not responsible for any damages caused by the use of our blog or its content, and visitors agree to hold us harmless for any such claims arising out of their use of the site.

If a user’s access is blocked due to violations of these terms and conditions, we will not be held liable for any economic loss which may arise from such blocked access nor shall we incur any liability for loss due to interruption or technical difficulties experienced while accessing our services through this blog page.

Privacy Policy.

Users may be required to provide an email address in order to access certain features on this blog such as comment features or message boards; however, we will never share user information with third parties without explicit consent from users themselves first. User data stored on our servers is encrypted using industry-standard security protocols and periodically backed up ensuring secure storage practices are maintained throughout operation of the blog page itself.

We will never sell, rent, or otherwise distribute user information to any third parties without the prior express permission of users.

We use third-party applications that may use cookies to deliver advertisements and other content to users. We are not responsible for the use or misuse of any such cookies by third-party applications and ask that users review their privacy policies accordingly before using their services.

No Warranty.

This blog does not accept responsibility for any loss or damage that might occur from reliance on information contained within it nor does it accept responsibility for failing delivery services where orders are sent out via mail carriers outside of our control such as post offices or courier firms who fail to deliver goods successfully despite being commissioned as requested by a customer placing an order with us online directly through the said platform.


By accessing our blog page, you automatically agree that you have read these terms and conditions thoroughly and agree to abide by them under all circumstances enforced during your time spent viewing pages hosted within this domain name amongst others linked alongside thereof provided outside leading domains that link back again effectively repeating a cycle as so many do when navigating around various websites worldwide in common practice even still today.