We are STILL the UK's Leading Supplier Lowest Prices - Largest Choice
Longest Online Presence
Placing an Order
Certainly nothing to do with the cheap, unseasoned D, F grade wood that some less scrupulous merchants are prepared to supply you. 95% of our hardwoods are seasoned AA+ grade; no seconds and casualties are sold as casualties. 4 major reasons that we are the UK's cheapest internet wood supplier, firstly, volume purchase grants us bigger discounts that we pass on to our customers, secondly, we constantly seek to rationalise our business model so that overheads are always at a minimum without any compromise to quality & service. Thirdly, we believe the SPQR theory; believe small profits equals quick returns. And fourthly, we constantly monitor the internet to maintain that we offer the lowest prices for kitchen hardwood worktops. Hence our price promise.
Placing an Order
Payment can be placed on a credit card, this gives you total peace of mind. Any company who will not accept payment by credit card cannot guarantee delivery of goods. If you pay 10% deposit to order your kitchen and the company goes bust before delivery you have absolutely no comeback unless you have paid by credit card.
Please see the following article copied from a UK Consumer Protection site
How are you going to pay for the goods or service?
It may be worth paying by credit card, especially if the goods or service you are buying is worth over £100 but no more than £30,000 and the credit limit on your card is no more than £25,000. The effect of using a credit card is that card issuer may be jointly liable with the supplier if you discover problems with goods or services purchased with the credit card. You may therefore wish to take the problem up with the credit card company. This may also help if you have purchased goods abroad. (If the goods prove to be faulty or are not delivered, for example, it is easier to claim against the credit card company in the UK than against the supplier through a foreign court.)
If you have to pay a deposit, try and keep it as low as possible and check if it is refundable.
Remember that the goods or services may come with a guarantee or warranty. For further information refer to the fact sheets Using guarantees and Warranties and extended warranties.