Credit Terms / Shipping

Credit Terms

Credit terms are available to Dealers and Distributors wishing to make recurring purchases on accountant who have established and maintained credit worthiness that is satisfactory to the company. After acceptance of your completed Credit Application which includes a personal guarantee, abc Sun Control will contact you to establish specific terms. Account purchasing will then be made available after your first “prepaid’ order has been processed and shipped. Always call abc should you have questions regarding your account and your credit standing. A 3% processing fee will be added to VISA and Master card payments.

One Time and First-time Purchases

One-time and First-time purchases will be processed only after full payment has been received. We accept VISA, Mastercard, checks and money orders. A 3% transaction fee will be added to all payments processed using VISA and Mastercard.


All prices are FOB at our facility. Unless specified otherwise we will ship your large product via our preferred carrier which is currently FedEx Freight for large items and UPS for smaller items. It is in your best interest to set up an account with FedEx Freight to avoid COD freight charges. This can be done by contacting the FedEx freight terminal in your area. We will be pleased to assist you with this process should you have any questions. For items shipped via UPS, the freight charges will be added to your bill.

Note: freight carriers charge a residential delivery fee of $50-$75 each time a delivery or pick up is made to a non-commercial location. UPS charges an additional $6.00 for residential service. You can avoid these charges by picking up your products from the carrier’s terminal. Please inform us if you wish to have your merchandise held at “will call” at the freight terminal for pick up.

In order to minimize your freight costs abc will always attempt to consolidate your orders and ship them together unless your needs will not permit us to do this.

It is your responsibility to inspect all shipments when they arrive and note any freight damage with the driver delivering your shipment. It is additionally your responsibility to file any damage claims with the carrier.