All contracts of sale made by Peace + Fire shall be deemed to incorporate these terms and conditions, which shall prevail over any other terms from the party (“the Customer” ) with whom Peace + Fire is dealing. Cancellation of orders by business to business customers is not accepted as many orders are dispatched on the same day the order is placed. Cancellation of orders by consumers can only be accepted in accordance with the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2014.
All orders are subject to acceptance and to availability of the goods ordered. Peace + Fire is entitled to refuse any order placed by you.
You undertake that:
  1. All details you provide to us for the purpose of purchasing goods or services offered on our website are correct.
  2. The credit or debit card you use to make a purchase from us is your own or your company’s card, that you are authorised to use it, and that there are sufficient funds or credit facilities to cover the cost of any goods or services you order from us.
We reserve the right to obtain validation of your credit or debit card details before providing you with any goods or services
Peace + Fire reserves the right to change prices without prior notice.
Payment can be made by any major credit or debit card.
Payment will be debited and cleared from your account before the despatch of your good(s) or provision of service to you.
You confirm that the credit/debit card that is being used is yours.
All credit/debit card holders are subject to validation checks and authorisation by the card issuer and we may share your personal information with such parties as are necessary to enable us to do such checks. If the issuer of your payment card refuses to authorise payment to us, we will not be liable for any delay or non-delivery.
Peace + Fire will never see your payment information.
Any time or date stated for delivery is an estimate only. Peace + Fire makes every effort to despatch goods on time, but does not accept liability for failure to deliver within the stated time
Peace + Fire does not accept liability for shortages or damage to deliveries unless the Customer notifies Peace + Fire of the shortage or damage in writing within 7 days of receipt of the delivery.
The customer has to accept the goods when they are ready for delivery.
Delivery is deemed to take place when the goods are delivered to the Customer’s nominated address, whereupon the risk of loss, breakage and all damage and all other risks shall pass to the Customer.
Peace + Fire makes every effort to supply the goods as advertised but reserves the right to supply the goods subject to minor variations in actual dimensions, specifications and, in the case of bulk items, quantities without prior notice.
Once an order has been placed, Peace + Fire will send you an email confirming that we have received your requested order for the items you wish to purchase and your chosen delivery method. Once we have confirmed your order and the delivery company has confirmed the carriage of your items, we will send you an email stating that your order has been dispatched. The dispatch confirmation signifies the formation of the contract between you and Peace + Fire .
In certain circumstances we may not be able to fulfil your requested order. In this case the contract between you and Peace + Fire will only refer to the items in the dispatch confirmation email.
Peace + Fire  may need to (and reserve the right to) cancel the contract between us if:
  1. There is no availability of the product you have requested.
  2. You do not reside in an area that our delivery provider delivers to.
  3. We suspect the transaction may be of a fraudulent nature.
  4. If any of the items ordered have been listed at an incorrect price due to an error when listing the item or us having received an incorrect price from our suppliers.
If the need arises for us to have to cancel the contract, we will notify you by email and refund the items and shipping (unless shipping has been used to deliver other items in the order) to the payment method originally used. Peace + Fire will not be obliged to offer any further compensation.