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Celcure Plus+ Timber is treated in accordance with quality procedures, which have been set out by v. These procedures are regularly audited by Koppers Performance Chemicals to ensure the standards are maintained.
All timber for the warranty scheme is selected to ensure greater treatment penetration and long-term protection for in ground contact material. When ordering treated products it is important to specify the Use Class required and for posts this is Use Class 4 (UC4).
Our in ground contact timber with a 15-year warranty will be sold as a new product range ‘Celcure Plus+’. By ordering these products you can have confidence that it has been treated to be ‘fit for purpose.’
Koppers Performance Chemicals Celcure Plus+ pressure treated timbers from Calders & Grandidge, when used in the appropriate Use Class (UC) situations, have a 15 year guarantee against failure of the timber from fungal decay or insect attack.
The guarantee is for the cost of re-supply by Calders & Grandidge, or the re-supply by Calders & Grandidge (at our option), of a component that is proven to have failed as a result of fungal decay or insect attack within 15 years of supply.
It does not cover the costs of removal or reinstatement of such components or consequential costs or loss due to failure of the component. Claims must be brought within two weeks of the expiry of the 15-year period, at the latest and must be accompanied with proof of purchase and a sample of the failed timber.
The terms “rot” and “fungal decay” as used in this Guarantee mean attack by wood destroying fungi that disintegrate the wood cell walls but do not include staining fungi associated with the “weathering” of wood. “Weathering” of wood is not fungal decay or rot of any type or definition.
The term ‘insect attack’ refers to attack by wood destroying insects that destroy the timber structure such as termites.
The term ‘failed’ refers to damage caused by insects and/or fungi to such an extent that the component is no longer fit for purpose.
This guarantee does not affect the statutory rights of the consumer.
This warranty does not apply to: