SALE

Maverick Doors sell our goods to you (the customer who placed the order) on the terms set out below. No other terms shall apply between us. These terms do not represent an agreement until we are in receipt of a signed or emailed order confirmation form. No work will be undertaken or order made on verbal instruction. Confirmation by email or hard copy is essential with receipt of 50% deposit, before we can place your order. Our estimated delivery time for doors is 6 to 8 weeks and subject to the conditions laid out under Delivery Service (below).

PAYMENT TERMS

50% deposit (non-refundable) at time of order and 50% two weeks prior to our product leaving the factory. Payment can be made by Bacs or cheque. Prices are quoted exclusive of VAT. The current VAT rate will be added to your invoice. Prices are subject to alteration without prior notice. Orders are accepted at the prices applying at the time of order.

All quotations are given and all orders are accepted on these terms which supersede any other terms appearing in Maverick Doors’s catalogue or elsewhere, and override or exclude any other terms stipulated or incorporated or referred to by the Buyer whether in accepting or purporting to accept any such quotations or in making or purporting to make any written order or in any negotiations and any course of dealings established by Maverick Door and the Buyer.

Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998.

Any late payments over 30 days late will be subject to interest charges set out in the above act. This is currently 8% + Bank Of England base rate.

For more information see: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/20/introduction

ORDER CONFIRMATION

Please check your order invoice and or quote and any production drawings provided carefully and contact us immediately by email or phone if there are any corrections required . The information on our documentation is what is provided to the factory for production. When you are satisfied that everything is correct please sign the Order Confirmation.

DELIVERY SERVICE

We can deliver anywhere Worldwide. All delivery charges are subject to change without prior notice. When goods are in stock you can collect from our Wokingham Depot if you prefer.
We will contact you when we have the goods in stock and give you a delivery date and arrange fitting (where applicable).
Maverick Doors will not be liable for any claims arising as a result of delayed deliveries due to strikes, material shortages, weather conditions, damages or any circumstances beyond our control. We accept no liability if costs are incurred by booking a carpenter before checking and receiving all goods.
Where part deliveries are required, an additional delivery charge will apply for each additional delivery. Additional delivery charges are to be paid in advance.
Customers with smaller orders are expected to arrange for assistance once the delivery has been offloaded. Customers with larger orders are expected to arrange for a fork lift facility or hands on assistance to help to offload the delivery. A delivery driver should not be expected to assist in any offloading or transporting of products. It is entirely at the driver’s discretion to assist in offloading a delivery.

The Company shall not be liable for any delay in performing or failure to perform any of its obligations in relation to the Goods arising from circumstances beyond its control.
Non-exhaustive illustrations of such circumstances would be Act of God, war, riot, explosion, lockdown, abnormal weather conditions, fire, flood, strike, lockout, Government action or regulations, delay by suppliers, accidents and shortages of materials, labour or manufacturing facilities.
If such delay or failure persists for more than 3 months then either party shall be entitled to terminate the Contract but the Buyer shall remain liable to pay for Goods delivered prior to the date of such cancellation.

ADVISING OF SHORTAGES / DAMAGE & FAULTY GOODS

Please check the goods supplied and notify us of any faults within two working days of receiving the doors. This must be done before fitting. We cannot accept any complaints after the goods have been fitted. In the event of the goods requiring replacement, the liability of Maverick Doors shall not exceed the replacement value of the faulty goods. Maverick Doors shall not be responsible for any incidental work or expenses arising out of or because of any defect in our product, or bad workmanship applied to our products.
If a fault rather than defect develops after a door is fitted, written notice of the fault must be sent to us within 12 months from the date of delivery. We reserve the right to repair or replace the said product.

REFUNDS

Maverick Doors are made to order and therefore are non-returnable and no credit can be given. A deposit of 50% of the total value of any stock item or custom made order is required at the time of ordering. If the order is cancelled the deposit will be retained to contribute towards covering our costs. Orders cannot be amended once they have been placed with the factory.

STORAGE

From the date upon arrival of your doors, we will store these free of charge for a duration no longer than one week (seven days), thereafter £15+VAT will be charged per pallet per week.

PRIVACY

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HOW TO CARE FOR AND PROTECT YOUR DOORS

Every door is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase against faulty materials or manufacture, providing it is stored and treated in accordance with our recommendations.

STORAGE

Store in a cool, dry atmosphere and keep flat. Do not store or hang in a newly plastered room or suddenly expose to central heating or other forms of direct heat, including radiators which can cause warping or bowing.

MAINTENANCE

Regular maintenance will ensure your door stays in good condition for many years. Check the condition and if appropriate apply the finishing materials in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions.
The placing of an order by the customer shall indicate acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and their reasonableness.

RESPONSIBILITY

The Company’s workmen are instructed to exercise due care and attention in completing their work and The Company will not accept responsibility for damage to the fabric or the contents of the buildings or the work of other trades however caused.
The Company will not be liable for any fixing charges incurred by The Customer arising from any goods or materials or work done proved to be defective or delayed and shall not be responsible for any additional overheads, administrative expenses, contractual penalties or other cost, claims and demands arising from The Customer’s obligations to any third party and due indirectly or directly to any defects or delays in the goods or materials supplied or work done by The Company. The Customer accepts that it is their responsibility to insure against these risks.
Any alleged shortage, delay, damage or defect shall not constitute valid grounds for The Customer to delay payment in respect of the goods delivered and for the avoidance of doubt The Customer shall be required to pay for all goods and material supplied.

ENFORCEABILITY

Should any provisions of these terms and conditions be held by a competent authority to be invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part then the validity of the remaining provisions shall not thereby be affected.

ARBITRATION

The Company or The Customer may give written notice to the other of any question, dispute or difference, which may arise between them in relation to, or in connection with the contract, and they shall have the right to arrange a meeting between each other to discuss such matters. In the event that such a meeting is not arranged the same shall be referred to the arbitration of a person mutually agreed upon or failing agreement within one calendar month of some person appointed by the President of The Institute of Arbitrators. The submission shall be deemed to be a submission within the meaning of the Arbitration Act 1950 or any other statutory modification or re-enactment thereof.