Terms and Conditions of Use for Light Home
By using the Light Home website you agree to comply with the terms and conditions described here and throughout the site. These Terms and Conditions may be amended at any time.
James Hardie Australia Pty Ltd claims copyright of all information on The Light Home website, unless expressly stated otherwise.
Subject to the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright Act 1968, material contained on this site which is owned by James Hardie may be copied, provided that the content is not altered and lighthome.com.au is acknowledged as the source.
James Hardie reserves the right to revoke this permission at any time. Permission to copy material not owned by James Hardie must be sought from the legal holder of the copyright.
No material stored on this website may be used for commercial purposes unless and until written permission is given by James Hardie.
Purpose of Light Home
- To promote the benefits of light weight construction
- To promote the benefits of using the Scyon™ range of materials
- Most content is not aimed at children below the age of 15. If children contribute to Light Home, they should be supervised by an adult.
- Any material published on Light Home is at James Hardie’s discretion.
- Contributors may be held legally liable for their contributions.
- Your contribution may not be published or be edited/removed if it could be considered:
- Unlawful, including violations of laws such as those governing copyright, harassment, racial vilification, defamation, discrimination, privacy or contempt
- Deliberately provoking other users or placed for its nuisance value
- Deliberately false or misleading
- An infringement of intellectual property rights or copyright
- A breach of privacy or publication of inappropriate personal information
- Commercial advertising or endorsements
- Obscene, blasphemous, abusive or otherwise offensive
- Off-topic or off the purpose of the online service
- James Hardie reserves the right to discontinue any online service
- James Hardie reserves the right to discontinue an individual’s access to any of its services
If the audience for a service is restricted, for example to course participants or a research group, contributions do not need to be moderated.
Contributors must observe copyright law. Here are some guidelines:• Unless given express permission by the copyright holder, you do not have the right to republish content you find on the internet. Intellectual property and copyright laws related to films, books, music etc are applicable to online publication of these materials.
- Limited quotation is fine for legitimate criticism or review. Please include attributions, including links to referenced websites.
- By submitting material to Light Home, you guarantee that you have gained or own all necessary rights to the material and you also agree that this material can be used by Light Home or James Hardie online and elsewhere as it wishes.
Refer to the Australian Copyright Council
for more information.
While we hope to allow contributors freedom in expressing ideas and opinions, please be aware of your responsibility for your words and treat others with respect.Do not use statements that may hold others up to ridicule, hatred or contempt.
Language and Suitability of Content
Language and content should suit the context. As a rough guide, language and content should be suitable for a 15-year-old.
When interacting online, whether on The Light Home site or elsewhere on the internet, be cautious about what personal information you publish. You should only post information which you are happy to share with everyone. You are responsible for safeguarding your passwords and personal information.
Comments and Complaints
Comments can be made about any blog post or article via the comment box at the bottom of each post or article. Other comments or complaints can be made by emailing:
If Light Home receives a plausible complaint about any content it is hosting, that content will be removed as soon as possible pending a review.
James Hardie and its agents reserve the right to remove any content from Light Home that it deems to be abusive, defamatory, a breach of copyright or in any other way unlawful. Anyone breaching these terms and conditions may have their access to Light Home online services suspended.
Content that Light Home editors consider to be offensive or inappropriate in the context of its sites will likely be deleted. If there are repeated instances of this type of content, Light Home or James Hardie may file an official complaint to the ISP of the person responsible and in serious cases, take legal action.