All goods are newly manufactured for sale or to order, as described upon 'The Company' web site.
We do not retail seconds or ex-display products, thus a return should be considered unlikely.
However, we have set out this returns policy to assist in circumstances where a product return is required.
This returns policy covers the sale of goods from our website or telephone sales.
A return or cancellation of supply only goods can be instructed up to 14 working days after the date of delivery, as defined by the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
You must return the good to us within a further 14 working days of the date you instructed us of your return or cancellation.
Once returned, we will check for damage and return products to stock.
A refund will be issued within 14 working days of the date products are returned, subject to their condition.
It is the responsibility of 'The Customer' to meet all product return costs, by their own arrangement or at the direct cost levied to 'The Company'. Stated, this provision is now under the Consumer Rights Act 2015.We are able to offer collection of goods to be returned at a flat rate of £65, or 20% of the return value, which ever is lower.
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Due to the nature of the timber used in the manufacture of the fencing industry there are characteristics that are not covered by the this returns policy.
Minor defects will occur naturally in the material and are also due to changes in the external environment and won’t affect the integrity of the products.
These are: Splits in the timber that may occur naturally or due to damage from assembly. Warping of the timber as this will occur naturally over time.
Chips in the timber from knot holes as these can be repaired easily using a non-toxic wood glue. Sap residue from timber as this occurs naturally.
Colouration of the timber, where pressure treated timber will slightly change in colour over time.
Gaps caused by the expansion and contraction of the timber throughout the seasons. In hotter months the timber will contract as its moisture content decreases, which can leave small gaps.
When the timber expands in the wetter months any gaps will close back up again.