Kvadrat Roller Blinds – Additional Terms for Sale and Delivery
Recommended width/height ratio
The width of the roller blinds needs to be at least 1/3 the height of the roller blinds (i.e. 1:3 ratio) as deviant proportions may cause crooked rolling and subsequently destroy the textiles of the roller blinds. If the buyer purchases roller blinds with a width/height ratio less than the 1:3 as set out above, Kvadrat will not be responsible for any damage to the textile of the roller blinds which is caused by crooked rolling of the roller blinds, unless this is attributable to any defect of the roller blinds in which event Kvadrat will be liable in accordance with the general terms.
Kvadrat makes arrangement for installation
If Kvadrat undertakes to make arrangement for installation of the roller blinds, the buyer shall pay all installation costs and any other related costs.
The buyer undertakes that on the agreed installation date and time the installation contractor of Kvadrat has free access to the relevant premises, and that the area surrounding the windows on which the roller blinds are to be installed are clear and accessible. If the installation contractor of Kvadrat does not have free access to the premises and/or the relevant window areas on the agreed installation date, the buyer shall pay all costs involved with the installation contractor’s unsuccessful installation attempt, unless the buyer did neither act intentionally nor negligently.
Where Kvadrat makes arrangement for installation of motorized roller blinds with remote controls and/or wall switches, such installation does not include any electrical installations or electrical components, other than the built-in motors and remote controls, and all costs involved with the subsequent electrical installations must be paid separately by the buyer.
The buyer makes arrangement for installation
Kvadrat is not responsible for any defect or damage resulting from wrongful installation of the roller blinds by the buyer or a third party by the order of the buyer where the Kvadrat Roller Blinds Installation Guide has not been observed.
If children have or may have access to the premises in which the roller blinds are installed, all chain-operated roller blinds must be installed with the Kvadrat child safety wall piece, and the installation guidelines set out in the Kvadrat Roller Blinds Installation Guide regarding child safety must be observed. Child safety wall pieces are not included in the roller blinds but must be purchased separately. The Kvadrat Group cannot be held liable for any bodily injury caused by the roller blinds to a child, if it can be proven that the damage was caused (i) due to the buyers non-use of the Kvadrat child safety wall piece, or (ii) due to incorrect installation of the roller blinds and/or the child safety wall piece by the buyer or by a third party by the order of the buyer.