Checking Your Delivery
Checking and Signing for Orders
All orders should be signed for. If you unable to sign for your delivery yourself you can arrange with us for a neighbour to take delivery of your order. Alternatively you can advise us of a safe place where your order can be left, although we cannot take responsibility for any shortages or obvious damages.
Please ensure that you always check the number of packages that you are signing for. If for any reason there is an incorrect number of packages or any package appears damaged you should note this on the signature panel and advise us as soon as possible so that we can take the appropriate steps to quickly rectify the issue. Please note that once goods have been signed for as being received ‘complete and in good condition’, claims for damages or shortages are not covered by the carrier’s insurance company.
Signing for goods as ‘unchecked’ makes any subsequent claims inadmissible, so please check the number of packages carefully and look for any obvious signs of any damage, noting any issues on the signature panel. Although the delivery drivers are busy they are contractually obliged to wait whilst you check your delivery.
What if I Cannot Wait In all Day?
When placing your order and checking out, on the Step 4 ‘Notes’ section you can request that your goods be left in a safe location – just tell us where to leave the order. If nobody is available to sign for the delivery we will then attempt to leave the goods in the safe location that you have specified. Please note however that we cannot take responsibility for any shortages or obvious damages if goods have not been signed for.
Please note that deliveries made by Parcelforce (these are generally small orders with no pipe or bulky products) cannot be left in a safe location. You will be advised which carrier will be delivering your order by email at the point of dispatch.