Irrespective of the date of order all products supplied are changeable at the price ruling at the time of dispatch.
Strictly C.O.D i.e. Cheque with Bank Card, or Cash / Debit Credit Cards.
All goods supplied remain the property of ABFAB Concrete Ltd and ABFAB Concrete Ltd retain full equitable and beneficial ownership until paid for.
If, in order to effect his delivery on behalf of ABFAB Concrete Ltd, the driver is required to leave the Public Highway and drive onto private property, this will be done at the sole responsibility of the customer, who will become fully responsible for any consequential damage that may occur to the said property or any part thereof. In the event of the vehicle becoming stuck or bogged down ABFAB Concrete Ltd will also look to the customer for reimbursement of all vehicle recovery cost, repair of damage caused to our vehicle and loss of earnings whilst out of use.
To be advised to all handling this delivery of concrete. To avoid harm to skin avoid contact with wet cement and concrete (i.e. wear suitable protective clothing). Where contact occurs, whether directly or through saturated clothing, wash immediately.
ABFAB Concrete takes no responsibility for the “Finish” achieved with their cementasious products.
No guarantee is given or implied with a “wet product” whose “Finish” is entirely reliant on the skill of the person placing or laying the product. Likewise, the effect of weather on freshly laid “wet products” is beyond the control of ABFAB Concrete Ltd.
Concrete is a mixture of aggregate, cement and water. Admixture may be added to improve product handling characteristics or the properties of the hardened concrete. The resultant mixture is abrasive and alkaline.
Contact with wet cement mixes such as concrete can cause skin diseases.
Cement burns, a form of skin ulceration, may result from contact with freshly made concrete.
Direct skin contact with wet concrete should be avoided. It is also important not to kneel or sit on wet materials as harmful contact can occur through saturated clothing.
Inhalation of concrete dust should be avoided.
Protective clothing should be worn when handling wet concrete, particularly on the arms, hands, legs and feet; e.g. long-sleeved clothing and gloves with full-length trousers and impervious boots.
Respiratory protective equipment should be worn during the surface treatment or cutting of hardened concrete where dust is generated.
The carriage of concrete is not subject to hazardous substance conveyance regulations and vehicle labelling is not required. In the event of spillage, entry of material to water courses should be avoided.
Unused hardened concrete is inert but should be disposed of in accordance with local legal requirements.
The hardening of concrete can be delayed, extending the period during which the precautions given above should continue to be taken and during which access by unauthorised persons should be prevented.
Where skin contact occurs with wet concrete, either directly or through saturated clothing, the concrete must be washed off quickly. Where eyes contact occurs the area must be immediately and thoroughly irrigated with water. In all cases of doubt, or where symptoms persist, medical advice should be obtained.