Herewith Saladino Furniture, Inc. will be referred to as “Seller” and the party being billed as “Purchaser”. All designs herewith are Trade Marked and the exclusive property of Saladino Furniture Inc.
Pricing on upholstered items is based on C.O.M. (Customer’s Own Material). Yardage estimates are based on 54” wide plain goods requiring no matching unless otherwise specified. A 15% up charge will be added for C.O.L. (Customer’s Own Leather) per item (kindly refer to the estimate chart for calculating yardage/sq. ft.) The Seller does not guarantee wear of covering materials, cushions, surface finishes. Seller is not responsible for returning leftover or excess material. Fabrics will be applied on upholstered items at manufacturer’s discretion unless otherwise specified. Written Quotations/Memos will be honored by the Seller for 10 working days. Lead times are estimated and contingent on production schedules, receipt of materials/finish specifications. Pricing and terms are subject to change without notice. Seller cannot guarantee availability on stock items and reserves the right to modify at any time and without prior notice any specifications and dimensions contained in this publication for the purpose of improving production.
A 50% deposit is required to initiate order with balance CBD. Custom orders and labor charges require payment in full prior to processing. Stocked items will be invoiced with freight charges subject to availability. Prepaid delivery including any handling & packing/crating fees are F.O.B New York due final invoicing. Custom Orders are considered binding and cannot be cancelled or returned. Request for an order cancellation must be placed in writing and may be subject to a 20% restocking/cancellation fee. Upholstered items may not be cancelled once in production and fabric has been cut. Shipping and handling charges are non-refundable. Balances are to be Paid in Full within 30 days of receipt of invoice. Thereafter storage fees will accrue on a monthly basis for items held at the warehouse.
The title and risk of loss of merchandise passes to the Purchaser at the time of release from our warehouse. Merchandise must be inspected upon receipt. Any obvious damages must be noted on the bill of lading at time of delivery. It is the Purchaser’s responsibility to file any damage claims with the carrier and in the event of a concealed damage to notify the carrier, obtain an inspection and then file a claim with the carrier. Seller is not responsible for damages that occur in transit or in storage. Any complaints or discrepancies regarding delivered merchandise must be addressed in writing, to seller within five working days of delivery. Failure of the Purchaser to file a claim within the stated period will constitute acceptance of the Product and waiver of claim to any apparent defects, errors or shortages. Seller reserves the right to repair or replace defective merchandise at their option.