Trim-Gard Company Limited Products are warranted to be free of defect(s) in material and workmanship for 12 months from the date of manufacturing. Chrome moldings with top cap must have all cut ends sealed with TG End Sealer to maximize weatherability and validate warranty. The material must be applied as per instruction. Any material deemed defective by the manufacturer will be replaced on a one for one footage basis upon proper authorization and presentation of the defective material. No labor or freight costs will be honored. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any damage resulting from the installation or removal of a molding(s).
* CUSTOMER MUST DETERMINE SUITABILITY AND FIT FOR EACH APPLICATION. *
All returned material must have written authorization and be returned freight prepaid. All merchandise returned of current dating, color, and profile is subject to a 20% restock charge. All merchandise returned of outdated (date, color, profile) subject to an 80% restock charge. No cash refunds on returned goods, exchange only.
CLAIMS - LOSS & SHORTAGE
Any claims for product shortage or errors must be submitted to Trim-Gard in writing within (2) two business days of receipt of shipment. Any claims for loss or damage in transit must be made directly to the delivery carrier. (Loss must be noted on the delivery receipt).
* NOTE: NET DISCOUNTED PRICES MAY VARY SLIGHTLY
DUE TO COMPUTER ROUNDING. *
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