Privacy / No Soliciation requests
At DoorBlast, we take consumer privacy issues seriously. We instruct our doorhanger walkers
not to deliver to any houses displaying any form of "No Solicitation" signage.
It is important to know that the placement of a doorhanger on a private residence is NOT
considered solicitation by law, as the act does not engage anyone in the sale of a product or service. At
DoorBlast, we do not knock on the door, ring the door bell, initiate any forward conversation, or in any way
conduct ourselves in a manner that would be considered a solicitation.
Another important point: the placement of a doorhanger on a private residence has been
categorized by the United States Supreme Court to be “canvassing” and not “solicitation” (U.S. Supreme Court, Martin v. City of
Struthers, Page 319 U.S. 143
However, despite the fact that placing a doorhanger is not an act of
soliciting, we take it upon ourselves to be as respectful and courteous as possible by taking the following
Before approaching a home, we search for any and all “No Solicitation” signage. It
doesn’t matter if the sign is an official city/town no solicitation sign, a store bought or handwritten. If a
sign says “No Solicitation,” or any derivation, we interpret this as the homeowners desire not to have our
doorhanger walkers approach the house.
Something else we do is to watch out for pets that might get excited as we approach
the home. We realize that this might cause a disturbance inside the home, so we do not deliver to these homes
To request to be removed from future DoorBlast deliveries, please complete the form
below. Your information will only be used to instruct our walkers not to deliver to the location. -Thank