At Gardenhouse24direct.ca we want to make your purchase as easy as possible. This means that we provide flexible financing options. Here’s how our payment system works:
In order to begin work on your new garden building, you’ll need to make a down payment of 25% of the total price of the order. You are welcome to pay the whole sum up front, but 25% is the minimum amount required to place an order. Next payment of 25% will be required once we send your order to production, if in stock and ready to ship then the 2nd payment is due upon notification of delivery date.
For products and features that are not listed on our website, please discuss the down payment and payment options with our customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prior to delivery of the item, you will receive an email reminder so you can pay the outstanding balance on your purchase. The payment is collected through your customer account, where you can pay with your credit card. Alternatively, if any issues should arise, we can send you an invoice via Freshbooks where you can make a credit card payment directly. If you have arranged to pay offline, you must pay the balance in accordance with the terms of your invoice. Payment must be made in full and funds must have cleared at least two working days before delivery (or collection if you have pre-arranged this).
You are welcome to make a bank transfer or pay with a credit card either online or over the phone. We use Stripe as our certified partner for online credit card payments. If it is not possible to use these payment methods, get in touch with us for an alternative solution.
All our debit and credit card payments are processed using an SSL server – the industry standard for processing card payments securely.
You have the right to cancel this contract for any reason within 14 days.
To do this, you must inform us that you wish to cancel in writing via:
POST: 10 Mountainview Rd S. Unit 207B Halton Hills Ontario L7G 4A7
EMAIL: email@example.com of your decision to cancel this contract by a clear statement (e.g. a letter sent by post, or e-mail).
For more detailed information, see page: Right to cancel.
For more detailed information about payments and financing, please read our terms and conditions.