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Terms & Conditions

1. All goods sold by the company are sold subject to these conditions.

2. Quotations and prices

All quotations of prices (whether written or oral) are subject to withdrawal or amendment by the company at any time prior to receipt by the company or any acceptance and thereafter are subject to correction of errors at any time.

If the company has not received an acceptance within 30 days of the date of quotation, the quotation shall be deemed to have lapsed.

The prices quoted by the company's representatives are subject to stock availability and whilst every endeavour will be made to supply at quoted prices. the company reserves the right to revise the prices without prior notice.  In particular should any increase occur in the cost of labour, materials, transport and all or any other direct costs between the date of quotation and dispatch of goods, the company reserves the right to adjust the contract price accordingly.

All descriptions, dimensions particulars, weights and specifications submitted by the company are deemed to be approximate only, as are the details given in any company catalogue, price lists and advertising, and do not form part of the contract.

The company reserves the right to modify or vary the design, specification or finish any of our prices without notice.

3. Payment

(a) Payment for goods shall be made by cash with order unless credit terms have been arranged, in which event, payment for goods supplied under the contract shall be on the last working day of the month following the month of the invoice unless stated on the face of the invoice.

(b) If payment of the price or any part thereof is not made by the due date the company shall be entitled without prior notice and without affecting other rights hereunder:

1.  Charge interest at 3.5% per annum above the base of lending rate from time to      time of the Barclays Bank Plc on the amount outstanding from the date when payment becomes due until the date of payment.

2.  To cancel or suspend delivery of any goods ordered by the customer which has not been delivered without incurring and liability to the customer.

3.  To recover from the buyer on full identity basis together with interest thereon all costs incurred by it in obtain payment including solicitor fees and costs associated with doing so doing.