(a) Terms and Conditions
Prices listed are subject to change without notice. All sales are subject to 9.25% sales tax. ALL SALES ARE FINAL! StoneTree gladly accepts cash, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal and business checks (with a drivers license and street address).
Delivery is available for an additional cost. Delivery of material implies delivery of material to the curb of the street and does not guarantee a specific delivery time. Delivery does not include installation (however it MAY be possible to spread gravel on your driveway with the truck as long as there are no overhead trees or power lines).
An original receipt is required for pickup of any material paid for in advance. StoneTree reserves the right to issue store credit on any material paid for and not picked up within five (5) days of purchase. StoneTree may place materials on hold for no more than three (3) days and reserves the right to not allow holds on materials in high demand or short supply.
StoneTree does not guarantee color, texture or size on any natural material.
The StoneTree staff is more than happy to help estimate quantities for material needed, however the customer has the final say on quantity ordered and understands that all sales are final. There are no returns or refunds.
We will use your information only as permitted by law. However, in trusting us with your personal information, we firmly believe in keeping your personal information private. We reserve the right to occasionally email you with upcoming specials, however: We will not sell, distribute, or generally make available to any third parties any personally identifying information without your express, voluntary consent (also known as 'opt-in').
(c) Private Property Damage Waiver
StoneTree is not responsible for any damages to the customers property when delivery is made per customers request after the delivery vehicle leaves a state maintained road. Additionally, the customer agrees to pay any truck towing expense incurred if were asked to unload in a location our driver determines to be unacceptable.
StoneTree has not made and does not make any other warranties, expressed or implied, in connection with this delivery, and there are no conditions, agreements, representations, or obligations between the parties which are not expressed herein. StoneTree makes no warranties for performance of materials furnished when installation or use is beyond our control. StoneTree does not
For your safety, please do not walk or drive behind the machines on the yard.
(f) Road Debris and Broken Windshields
We will 100% pay for something that is our fault, but our drivers are very diligent about keeping the trucks safe, free of debris and not overloaded.
Here's how liability & insurance works:
When another vehicle kicks up debris off the road, the driver isn’t at fault – for example, if the truck in front of you drives over a rock and it hits your windshield, they’re not responsible for the damage.
When another vehicle drops debris (gravel, trash, tools etc.) it’s transporting the other driver is at fault – for example, if a contractor drops a ladder off their truck they’re responsible for any damage to your car.
Since road debris and falling objects cause so many accidents, as precaution you should:
-Follow other vehicles at a safe distance
-Avoid vehicles with unsafe loads
-If you can’t safely avoid road debris slow down to reduce impact - that may be safer than suddenly changing lanes at high speed and hitting something bigger while going faster. Plus a quick lane change accident will be YOUR fault.
If your vehicle is damaged by road debris you don’t want to be in the position where you’re trying to chase down the responsible vehicle to get their plate number or company name so you can try to get them to pay for the damage. Not only is chasing after a vehicle dangerous, it’s difficult to prove the other vehicle caused the damage and therefore difficult to get them or their insurance company to pay up.
To reduce your financial loss from debris hitting your vehicle, include Comprehensive coverage (physical damage other than from a collision). Comprehensive insurance includes Glass coverage, and you may have the option for a lower deductible - or no deductible - for glass damage. This is true for both commercial insurance and most personal insurance programs.
Because glass coverage can be subject to a separate lower deductible, or no deductible, for short money, it's recommend that most people choose this option. No deductible means you don't have to chase down that truck...you can just get your windshield fixed!