Terms and Conditions
Smart Sash Windows as a website is providing you a service. To benefit from this service, you agree to the following terms and conditions
1. All our Definitions
1.1 “Conditions”. These are the terms and conditions by which you agree to when you use our site, and also terms and conditions are given to you by our sellers.
1.2 “Seller”. Seller means Smart Sash Windows.
1.3 “Buyer”. The buyer is the individual who purchases or decides to purchase goods and services from a seller.
1.4 “Goods and services”. Goods and services are the items or work that is bought by the buyer. This is laid out in our invoices.
1.5 “Consumer”. A consumer is an individual who is not working towards implementing our services.
1.6 “Delivery Date”. The delivery date is an estimate given to the buyer when the seller thinks the goods and services will either be delivered or completed.
2. Delivery Date
2.1 If goods and services are bought with a credit card, the goods and services will be shipped to, or completed at the owner of the credit cards delivery address. If goods are purchased, they must be signed for when delivered.
2.2 If you’re goods and services are delivered within Great Britain’s mainland, they will normally be delivered free of charge. Please read the product terms and conditions or ask if unsure.
2.3 Either the seller or the agent working on behalf of the seller, will deliver goods and services to the buyer’s chosen address. The buyer will be given an estimated time, but this is not a guarantee.
2.4 The seller or individual working on behalf of the seller will aim with all reasonable means to meet this estimated date. Any delay in the delivery of goods and services, however, they will not be liable for.
2.5 If a buyer’s order consists of multiple goods and services, will wait until all goods are available to ship before shipping them.
2.6 Unless you have agreed to wait in writing, all goods will be dispatched supply only. This means there is not in agreement on implementation or building works for these goods.
2.6 As goods and services must be signed for, if the buyer does not, or cannot accept goods and services on the agreed upon estimated date of delivery, then the buyer may have to pay for extra storage charges.
3. Accepting your goods and services
3.1 After goods and services are accepted, the buyer will not be able to reject those goods and services.
3.2 Unless the buyer is acting as a consumer, the buyer will have entered into a contract where after five working days, goods and services will be deemed as accepted.
4. Your liability of risk and title
4.1 Unless it has been given to you the buyer in writing, goods and services will not be given to the buyer until the seller has accepted either cleared funds or cash payments for the full amount.
4.2 When goods and services are delivered to the buyer, risks of damage or loss transferred to the buyer.
5. Liability when goods and services are not delivered
5.1 If goods and services are not delivered for reasons the seller, the buyer, or the consumer cannot control, no parties will be liable. Certain situations where this can apply are accidents, fire, lockouts, or a breakdown in any machinery.
6. Extra costs
6.1 If goods and services are not accepted upon delivery, or if there is a lack of instructions, or is instructed to, the buyer will accept to pay fees to the seller.
7. The legality of this contract
7.1 These terms and conditions act as a contract which will be maintained by the law of England and Wales. Should any dispute with this contract arise, the courts of England and Wales shall determine the outcome.