In 1988 Henry Thomas set up a company manufacturing commercial aluminium doors for the trade. The business grew, and in 1995 the company was renamed HTL. Terry Lewis joined the company in 2001, as it diversified into automation of their door products.
HTL has continued to grow and now offers a complete portfolio of door & window products and services.
HTL are the sole UK distributors for certain key American & European automation products and continue to expand their range.
Based in a modern manufacturing unit in Bridgnorth, HTL are ideally placed to service the window and door needs of the UK.
Our estimate/quotation is based upon the following conditions. Any estimate/quotation submitted by us does not constitute a binding offer nor is any order resulting from an estimate subject to acceptance in writing by us. Unless otherwise stated all estimates expire 30 days after the dater hereof. All estimates are subject to the customer providing evidence of satisfactory credit worthiness when so requested. No contracts will arise until the customer’s order has been accepted by ourselves.
All estimates/quotations are subject to variation to meet fluctuations in costs such as Tax legislation etc, arising after the date hereof. All prices are valid to the enquirer and may not be adopted by a third party. All prices unless otherwise stated, are exclusive of Value Added Tax.
All accounts are strictly 30 days from the date of completion of works unless otherwise agreed in writing with ourselves. Should payment be delayed beyond 60 days, interest will then be charged on the overdue account until the date of payment at a rate of 4% above the base lending rate at Nat West Bank PLC for the time in force. We reserve the write to withhold further works and deliveries until payment of previous invoices is made in full. No retention of monies or main contractors discount will be allowed unless agreed in writing by ourselves at the time of acceptance of the order.
Ownership of goods
Beneficial and equitable ownership in all goods shall remain with us until full payment has been received (each contract being considered as a whole) and shall remain with us even if they have been connected to other structural items, regardless of any third party sale of the goods in question. We reserve the right to collect from the purchaser any goods not paid for within the specified time and also the right to demand from the purchaser information to the location of the goods should they not be paid for in the specified time.
The customer is responsible for any costs incurred in the recovery of unpaid goods as well as any losses incurred in the supply of purpose made items for any contract that cannot be resold as standard items. We do not accept any liability for any costs incurred by the customer caused by the removal of goods under the ownership as described above.
Liability of defects
All defective goods and services must be notified to our office immediately and in any event Twelve months from date of delivery. If we agree that they are defective, we shall have the option of replacing or repairing them free of charge, or again at our discretion give credit for them providing that the purchaser returns the goods to us in the same condition in which they were delivered. We accept no responsibility for any damage to property arising directly or indirectly from any defects in the foods or for any consequential loss or damage subsequent to such defects becoming apparent. The purchaser shall indemnify us against any claim for injury or death to any person or persons (other than caused by our acts or omissions or those of our servants or agents) arising directly or indirectly from any defects in the said goods.
No claim for damaged goods will be entertained unless notice is made to our office within three days, followed by a complete claim in writing within five days of delivery of goods or completion of works.
Delivery dates or periods of works set out in our estimates/quotations are only forecasts at the time of writing and are subject to confirmation in our acceptance of an order. Although we endeavor to meet all delivery dates and contracts in the time state, no liability is accepted for any losses incurred arising from delayed delivery or extended contract times unless formally agreed by ourselves in writing at the time of acceptance of an order. Should our customer decline to accept written acknowledgment delivery as advised, notification should be mad to our office at least 5 working days prior to the delivery date or we shall be entitled to invoice for payment in accordance with the contract.