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All products advertised on this website are not guaranteed to be in stock at all times and are subject to change without prior notice.
Ellis Dawe & Son Limited may not be held liable for any errors that may result from using information from this website.
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Arch® Timber Protection – 15 Year Warranty:
‘This refers to products treated to HC4 only. These products will be denoted by an impregnated stamp on one end.
The guarantee refers to the re-supply only of the ‘failed product’ and not any consequential costs/losses.
The guarantee refers to the technical failure of the treatment only and not other product defects, e.g. shape of product, insect or rot damage before treatment.
The treatment of HC4 is aimed at preventing ‘fungal decay’ of the wood cell walls and ‘insect attack’ that destroys the timber structure – these render the component unfit for purpose. The treatment does not prevent surface stain of mould fungi.
Claims must be made within the 15 year period of the certificate issue. A certificate will be issued upon request at the time of sale.
Nothing in this guarantee affects the statutory rights of consumers, or excludes or restricts the liability of Carver (Wolverhampton) Ltd for death or personal injury caused by negligence, or for fraudulent conduct.’