Solar terms and conditions

At BOXT we aim to make everything as straightforward as we can.

Our Terms and Conditions are written in plain English and are as jargon-free as possible. If you would like any help or more information, please get in touch with our customer services team at [email protected].

Please read these Terms & Conditions carefully. When you complete, sign and return the Proposal, you enter into a legally binding contract with BOXT upon these Terms & Conditions. If you subsequently change your mind and decide to cancel the contract, you may be responsible for paying us fees – see Clauses E and L of these Terms & Conditions for more information about this.

A. Background

1. These are the Terms, which together with the Proposal comprise the Contract. In these Terms & Conditions the following terms shall have the meaning given to them here, unless the context otherwise requires.

    • BOXT: means BOXT Limited, a company registered in England and Wales with registered number 08086606 whose registered address is at 3320 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Colton, Leeds, LS15 8ZB.

    • Commencement Date: means the date on which you sign and return the Proposal, at which point the Contract is formed between you and BOXT.

    • Contract: means the legally binding contract between you and BOXT comprising these Terms and Conditions and the Proposal, which comes into force on the Commencement Date, and pursuant to which BOXT will supply the Goods and Services to you.

    • Delivery Date: means the estimated date that BOXT aims to deliver the Goods and commence the installation of the Goods, as may be varied in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

    • Fee: means the total amount that you must pay us for the Goods and Services, as outlined in the Proposal.

    • Goods: means the items specified in the Proposal that BOXT has agreed to supply to you.

    • HIES: means the Home Insulation and Energy Systems Quality Assured Contractors Scheme (a division of the Integrity Foundation (reg. no. 07972075).

    • Installation Plan: means the plan which BOXT will produce to explain what is going to happen, any health and safety issues that you need to be aware of, any preparations that you may need to make (such as moving furniture or valuables or clearing space), the arrangements for access to your property by the installation team, any special instructions to protect your children or pets and what BOXT will be doing with waste and materials that BOXT need to take away.

    • Marketing Materials: means brochures, drawings, illustrations, literature, samples or such other marketing materials.

    • Preparatory Work: means any work that BOXT is contracted to do prior to installation of the Goods.

    • Proposal: means the detailed description of the Goods and Services that you require BOXT to supply to you and any documents referred to therein.

    • Services: means the delivery, installation and professional services specified in the Proposal that BOXT has agreed to provide to you.

    • you, your: means the person(s) whose details are set out in the Proposal.

2. No variation to this Contract will be valid unless it is made in writing and signed by both you and BOXT.

3. If BOXT chooses not to enforce any part of this Contract, or delays in enforcing it, this will not affect BOXT’s right to enforce the same part later (or on a separate occasion) or the rest of this Contract. If BOXT cannot enforce any part of this Contract, this will not affect BOXT’s right to enforce the rest of this Contract. 

4. Pictures, text, videos, and other material contained on the BOXT's website(s) and literature are subject to copyright restrictions and must not be copied or reproduced without the written consent of BOXT.

5. BOXT is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (reg. no. 767308) and may introduce you to third party finance providers if this is your preferred option of payment.

B. Specification of Goods

6. The Goods which you have ordered are described in the Proposal.

7. We try to keep information on the website and in Marketing Materials relevant and up to date. However, such information should be used as a guide only because products and services are frequently updated and changed.

8. BOXT may have shown you Marketing Materials to provide you with an approximate idea of the Goods. Although we have made every effort to display the Goods correctly, they may vary slightly from the colour or composition shown. All specifications are approximate only and are subject to normal margins of tolerance for the materials and installation in question.

9. BOXT has taken measurements for your Goods to enable us to order the right materials to complete the Contract. It may be necessary for BOXT to carry out a survey to verify our measurements and to develop an Installation Plan.

C. Performance Calculations

10. BOXT has estimated the energy performance calculations and provided these with your Proposal. Our standard calculations are based on standard calculations approved for use by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or any equivalent approved by HIES). Where BOXT has referred to energy inflation or other statistical information, we have used information publicly available from the Office for National Statistics.

11. The performance of energy systems is impossible to predict with certainty due to the variability in fuels and energy sources, climatic variations, local obstructions or environmental conditions and differences from location to location. The estimates provided in this Contract are for guidance only and must not be considered as a guarantee of performance.

D. Communication

12. When you place an enquiry with BOXT via our website, BOXT will send you an email including details of the Proposal and stating: 

  • details of the Goods and Services you wish to purchase;

  • the total cost for those Goods and Services (i.e. the Fee), including VAT where applicable, and schedule of when each part of the Fee must be paid by you;

  • arrangements for delivery, including delivery charges (if any);

  • any statutory fees which may be required (such as planning consent fees) and who will be responsible for the payment of those fees;

  • any charges for credit;

  • any other cost items, whether optional or mandatory;

  • the minimum duration of the Contract and arrangements for terminating the Contract;

  • how and when you can cancel the Contract and who pays for returning the Goods (if applicable);

  • an address where complaints can be sent; and

  • any guarantees or after-sales services BOXT offers.

E. Preparatory Work & Changes 

13. By entering into the Contract, you give BOXT permission to go ahead with any Preparatory Work specified in the Proposal. If you change your mind and cancel the Contract after commencement of these Preparatory Works, you will be charged a reasonable proportion of the Fee shown for those Preparatory Works in the Proposal. Please see Clause L below.

14. BOXT may need to make minor changes to the Goods specified on the Proposal if there is a change in laws, regulatory or technical requirements or improvements. These changes will not adversely affect the use or nature of the Goods.

15. You may ask BOXT to make changes to the specification of the Goods in advance of delivery. BOXT will advise you if your requested change is possible and any consequences of that, including to the Fee, the Delivery Date or anything else. Any agreed change will be confirmed by BOXT in writing.

16. During BOXT’s Preparatory Work (perhaps as a result of a survey or as a result of your EPC assessment), it may be necessary to make more substantial changes to the Proposal. We will discuss these with you to determine if the change is possible and any consequences of that, including the Fee, the Delivery Date or anything else. If significant changes are required, BOXT will place the Contract on hold for up to 14 days to enable you to consider whether or not you wish to proceed. At the end of 14 days, if no agreement on the changes is reached, the Contract will be terminated. You will receive a refund of any deposit paid within a further 14 days less, at BOXT’s discretion, any fees and charges due for the Preparatory Work completed up to the date of termination. Otherwise, any agreed change will be confirmed by BOXT in writing.

F. Delivery of the Goods

17. BOXT works hard to ensure the delivery of the Goods happens on time. However, sometimes delivery issues occur (including for issues beyond our reasonable control), and this does not give you an automatic right of cancellation. We will discuss any reasonable changes to the Delivery Date with you. For the avoidance of doubt, time is not of the essence in respect of the Delivery Date.

18. You are responsible for notifying BOXT of any local restrictions that could impact the delivery of the Goods, for example local parking restrictions, steep stair climbs, stair climbs longer than 20 steps, on foot carrying distances greater than 30 metres.

19. You (or someone you know) must be present at the property when the Goods are scheduled to be delivered.

20. You are responsible for keeping the Goods secure and dry once delivered. If equipment is damaged, removed or packaging opened then you will be liable for any costs or losses incurred by you and/or BOXT.

G. Inspection of the site

21. After an enquiry is placed with BOXT, there is an opportunity for you to send photos to us using a customer specific weblink. This link is displayed on screen immediately after the enquiry is placed and also sent via email. By viewing the photos in advance, we can then discuss any technical aspects of the installation with you during the telephone survey, prior to the engineer attending your property for the installation. This helps to ensure that the installation process runs as smoothly as possible, for example by ensuring the right equipment and materials are delivered to enable a suitable installation.

22. You agree that any photos supplied during or after the ordering process are true and accurate images of what the engineer will see at your property.

23. If, upon physical inspection of the site, it is determined that equipment ordered is unsuitable or technically not possible to install as ordered (due to no fault of yours), then BOXT will inform you of why the installation cannot go ahead as ordered and discuss alternative options including any delay to installation that may be incurred. If you decline the alternatives offered, or if no alternatives can be offered, then BOXT will give you a full refund and remove any materials that may have already been delivered to site. However, if the issue arises as a result of incorrect, incomplete or misleading photos or information which you have provided, you will not receive a refund of any monies paid and you will be responsible for any costs involved removing the unsuitable Goods and (if requested by you) reproducing and redelivering alternative Goods.

24. If something within your control (such as removal of asbestos or improving existing infrastructure) prevents delivery and/or installation of the Goods ordered for more than 12 months after the date of the Contract with BOXT, then the Contract will automatically terminate and BOXT will be entitled to retain reasonable monies in relation to the contract. BOXT shall repay the remaining balance of the Fee to you, after it has deducted all administrative costs and outstanding and unavoidable commitments which it has reasonably and properly incurred in respect of the supply of Goods and Services up to the date of such termination.

25. In exceptional cases ( i.e. We are unable to access your roof safely), BOXT reserves the right to cancel the Contract. Should BOXT cancel the Contract, BOXT will refund any money you have already paid in relation to the Contract.

26. If, upon physical inspection of the site, BOXT determines that more equipment or a significant amount of extra work is required, then BOXT will inform you of any increase to the Fee prior to costs being incurred. You will also be informed of any delay to installation that may be incurred. If you decline any extra equipment or work required to facilitate the installation work, you are entitled to a full refund.

27. Any changes in materials and/or specifications from those detailed in the Contract will only apply when supported by an Amendment to Proposal document issued by BOXT, which must be approved in writing by you.

H. Carrying out installation work

28. We will prepare an Installation Plan for you, which will set out the specific requirements for your installation.

29. You will need to: 

  • provide free and safe access to, around and from your property (both internal and external access will likely be required) at all reasonable times on the agreed dates so that we can deliver and install equipment and scaffolding;

  • provide free access to electricity (where applicable) for installing and testing your Goods;

  • provide access to a toilet, hot and cold running water and your power supply; and

  • relocate any television systems at or near to the place where the Goods will be installed.

Each installation is different, and BOXT may notify you of any additional requirements for your installation from time to time. 

30. BOXT engineers come to work to deliver services in your home. They aim to treat you courteously at all times and expect you to treat them in a similarly respectful way. We take seriously any threatening, abusive or violent behaviour against any of our engineers. Where an incident of threatening, abusive or violent behaviour towards our engineers occurs, the engineer will immediately leave your home and the incident may be reported to the police. BOXT will not send another engineer to your home until an investigation and risk assessment has been carried out. BOXT reserves the right to terminate the Contract should the work environment be deemed unsafe for our engineers.

31. It is your responsibility to ensure there is adequate vehicle parking for the engineers to park their van within 25 meters of the entrance to your property. Any charges for parking are to be paid by you. If a permit for parking is required, it is your responsibility to organise the permit or notify BOXT of the restriction at least two working days before the engineers arrive and delivery of the Goods is due to take place (or at the time of ordering, whichever is sooner).

32. Prior to the delivery of the Goods, it is your responsibility to secure any permissions, licences or permits that may be required to authorise the installation. Examples of such permits include but are not limited to: listed building consent, landlord consent or freeholder agreement, buildings regulations approvals, and local authority approvals and party wall act agreements. By entering into this Contract, you confirm that this has been done. BOXT will not be responsible or liable for any failure by you to secure any necessary permissions, licences or permits.

33. Existing electrical systems and other equipment should all be in working order. If they have been poorly installed or have become faulty any such failure or consequential damage is in no way the responsibility of BOXT (irrespective of whether an engineer working on behalf of BOXT has touched them or not).

34. When completing the installation of electrical cables, we will discuss the route for these cables with you. Please note that the cables will need to be installed in a way which is safe and makes the most functional sense from an electrical point of view; we cannot only take into account aesthetic considerations. For example, cables may need to be surface mounted and clipped in place. Our engineers will not bury cables in the walls, under the ground or box the cables in.

35. BOXT will always try to complete work before 6pm on the day of installation but may on occasion need to use a reasonable amount of overtime to achieve completion. It is a condition of this Contract that your approval to such overtime is granted, although we will endeavour to minimise any disruption or inconvenience.

36. Whilst engineers will take reasonable care not to damage your property, including the wiring, plumbing and other services at your property, necessary and unavoidable damage may be incurred when carrying out the work. BOXT will not be liable to make good such damage. Cuts or holes made to allow for the installation of the Goods or for our equipment will be made good but not permanently finished or re-decorated. It should be anticipated that an amount of redecoration may be required, and this will be your responsibility and is not included in the Fee.

37. BOXT will not be liable for any damage to your home which is caused as a direct result of structural defects or weaknesses at your property (whether they are visible or not). If you are unsure of the structural integrity of your property, you should engage an appropriately qualified structural surveyor prior to any attendance BOXT may arrange in connection with the Contract.

38. When installing the Goods at your home, our engineers will need to inspect existing relevant infrastructure to ensure it meets current regulatory standards and is of suitable performance. It is also possible that a problem with your property will become apparent in the course of installing the Goods (including obstructions, the presence of asbestos or hidden cabling). We will draw any issues to your attention as soon as possible and we will give you the option to either remedy the issue to allow the Goods to be installed, or cancel the Contract, in which case we will issue a full refund. If you do not wish to authorise the required additional work(s) but still wish for the Goods to be installed, we will leave the Goods at your property for installation by another company. In such circumstances you will be liable to pay all reasonable costs incurred which may be the Fee in full or a significant proportion of the Fee.

39. Where an inverter or battery is to be fitted in a loft space, access to the loft must be via a fixed loft ladder. From the top of the fixed ladder the loft must have a suitably boarded walkway to the inverter/battery location. At the inverter/battery location, at least 1 m² of suitable boarding must be in place under the inverter/battery. Permanent lighting should also be present. If the inverter/battery is within 2 meters of the loft hatch, the hatch will need to be able to be sealed off whilst an engineer works in the loft.

40. The engineer will take pictures of your installed Goods and relevant infrastructure for our auditing process and for our own records. The engineer may also attend your property with other people including managers, supervisors, trainees or apprentices. From time to time BOXT may use pictures of your installed Goods for marketing purposes.

41. During installation, our health and safety plan requires the engineers to have access to working communication devices. If for any reason an engineer is unable to get mobile phone reception, you agree to make available to the engineer access to your telephone and internet connection for no charge.

42. Upon completion of installation, you (or your representative) may inspect the work before the engineer departs. Once BOXT’s engineer is satisfied that the installation is complete, and you (or your representative) are satisfied with the installation and you have paid the Fee in full, then the installation will be complete.

43. Sometimes things do not go to plan with the installation. You agree to give BOXT and our engineers reasonable opportunities to put things right by providing access to your property and reasonable time to remedy any faults or problems. In addition to this, you should undertake all reasonable steps to minimise or avoid any losses you may suffer as a result of the actions (or non-actions) of BOXT or our engineers.

44. The Goods may sometimes not function correctly once first installed (for example a part may have become dislodged internally during transit). BOXT works proactively with both customers and product manufacturers/suppliers in such circumstances to rectify the issue as quickly as possible. Sometimes faulty equipment needs refitting which can cause delays and inconvenience; BOXT will do all that we reasonably can to minimise disruption to you.

45. BOXT will remove waste from your property not more than 7 days following completion of the installation, subject to the payment of an additional charge which we agree with you in writing in advance. We will provide you with details our waste carrier, including their registration number. Unless we agree otherwise, BOXT will not be responsible for removing any waste which is not produced as a direct consequence of our performance of the Services or delivery of the Goods, that is hazardous (including but not limited to asbestos) or which otherwise comes from your home or garden.

46. BOXT is not liable for any loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption or business opportunity under any circumstances.

I. Ownership of the Goods 

47. You take responsibility for risk of damage or loss to the Goods from the date that we deliver the Goods to your home.

48. You obtain title (ownership) of the Goods when we receive payment of the Fee in full without any set-off or counterclaim or a properly executed finance agreement is in place with a finance provider who will pay us for the Goods and Services on your behalf. However, in the event that you enter into a finance agreement please be aware that there may be terms governing title (ownership) between you and the finance provider. 

J. Insurance 

49. It is your responsibility to notify your household buildings or contents insurers, if required, of any change to your property as a result of the installation of the Goods to ensure appropriate insurance cover is in place. You are strongly recommended to check your insurance policies and terms and conditions to check whether such notification is required. If in any doubt, you should notify your insurers before installation takes place.

K. Fee and Payment Terms

50. The full Fee is shown clearly in the Proposal, we may amend the Fee by agreement with you, following on from the telephone survey or any additional matters that arise in the course of delivering the Services. BOXT will agree any amendments to the Fee in writing with you.

51. You will pay us a deposit of 25% of the total Fee on the date you sign and return the Proposal. This deposit will be protected by HIES. Please note that HIES will not cover deposits in excess of 25% of the Fee or £5000 (whichever is the lesser). For more information about HIES’ protection of the deposit, please visit their website:

52. Once the Goods have been manufactured, they will be allocated to you and you will pay BOXT a further staged payment amount equivalent to the value of the Goods, as detailed in the Proposal.

53. On completion of the installation, you will pay the final balance of any sums due within 7 days.

54. We accept payment by credit or debit card, and by finance agreement. Payment is only deemed to have been received once the funds are showing in BOXT’s bank account as cleared funds. If you instigate an attempt to clawback payments (for example requesting a credit card chargeback) without legitimate cause then BOXT can recover any costs and/or losses associated with dealing with and defending such action.

55. The final invoice will be issued by BOXT to you after the final payment has been made and the Goods have been installed.

56. Whilst any payment is outstanding, BOXT is entitled to delay or defer any or all work without liability to you. In addition, we may levy interest at the rate of up to 2% above the base rate of our bank from time to time. Any interest due will be calculated and added to your bill and accrue from the date on which payment was due to the date of payment, whether before or after any judgement against you. We may also charge you for our legal, administrative and other costs incurred in seeking to recover the overdue payment.

57. If you would prefer to pay for the Goods and Services using a finance package, BOXT may introduce you to a third-party finance provider, such as Allium Money Limited or Omni Retail Capital Finance, on a referral only basis.

58. You will need to enter into a separate agreement with the finance provider. Payments will be automatically processed between BOXT and the finance provider when the relevant payment becomes due.

59. If you have entered into a credit agreement with a finance provider, the terms of the agreement between you and the finance provider will apply as part of this Contract. If the credit agreement is terminated or cancelled, then subject to the terms of the 1974 Consumer Credit Act, the Fee will become immediately payable by you. This does not affect your statutory rights.

60. The Fee includes VAT unless otherwise stated.

61. If you unreasonably fail or delay in your obligations, including providing instructions to us, any extra expenses thereby incurred, or losses suffered by BOXT shall be chargeable to you in accordance with these Terms and Conditions as well as our reasonable administration and overhead costs.

L. Cancellation

Within 14 days from the date on which you receive the Goods

62. You have the right to change your mind and cancel this Contract before the end of the 14th day starting from the date you receive the Goods (i.e. when the goods come into your physical possession or a person identified by you to take possession of the Goods (other than the carrier)). 

63. To cancel the Contract in accordance with the above clause you should tell us as quickly as possible and confirm this in writing. We have attached a form to these Terms & Conditions which you can use, but you do not need to. You can notify us of cancellation by getting in touch using the details in Clause 80 of these Terms & Conditions.

64. If you cancel the Contract and no Goods have been provided or Services carried out (including any Preparatory Work), you will receive a full refund on any monies paid within 14 days.

65. If you cancel the Contract after we have provided any Goods or carried out any Services (including any Preparatory Work), we may charge you reasonable fees, provided:

  • it is a reasonable reflection of the value of the work carried out, and
  • you gave us permission by signing the ‘Express Request for Work to Commence’ form within the cancellation period.

66. If BOXT has completed (or partially completed) an installation before the end of 14th day starting from the date you received the Goods, you should think carefully about the consequences of cancelling the Contract at this stage. You must pay the fees referred to in paragraph 64 above and in this paragraph 65 allow BOXT to return to your property to remove the Goods. You should plan carefully for this. BOXT will carefully remove the Goods and leave your property safe, secure, and watertight. It is likely to be impossible to refit your old goods back into the property and BOXT is under no obligation to do so. However, we will ensure that any gas or water pipes are safely capped off and your property boarded or sealed so that that it is temporarily protected from bad weather. BOXT will charge you a reasonable proportion of the Fee for the work done up to and including installation plus an additional sum to reflect our costs in de-installing and removing the Goods from your property. This means that you could be charged a significant proportion of the Fee and incur further reasonable costs. 

After the end of the 14th day starting from the date on which you receive the Goods

67. If you wish to cancel after the end of the 14th day from the date on which you receive the Goods but we have not yet installed the Goods or performed the Services, you will: (i) lose your deposit; and (ii) BOXT will be entitled to charge you for any reasonable costs incurred, unavoidable commitments entered into, Services performed or Goods delivered up to and including the date you cancel. 

However, on or after the end of the 14th day from the date on which you receive the Goods, if we have completed installation of the Goods and the performance of the Services, you will be unable to cancel and therefore responsible for the full Fee. 

M. Goods and Services – Workmanship Guarantee and Warranty Specification 

Workmanship Guarantee 

68. BOXT is required under the HIES Code of Practice to provide you with a Workmanship Guarantee.

69. BOXT guarantees all work will be carried out by engineers using reasonable care and skill. They will use a level of reasonable care and skill as it is reasonable for you to expect. The guarantee period for the installation services shall be 2 years from completion of the installation. Further terms of the Workmanship Guarantee will be provided to you in our Customer Handover Pack.

70. The Workmanship Guarantee will be underwritten with an Insurance Backed Guarantee. You will be entitled to claim on this insurance policy should BOXT cease to trade and not be in a position to honour such a guarantee.

71. BOXT will ensure that if your property changes ownership there will be no charge to transfer any workmanship guarantee to the new owners of your property.

72. BOXT will register the completion date of this Contract with HIES within 7 days of completion in order that an Insurance Backed Guarantee is issued to you to underwrite the Workmanship Guarantee. 

Warranty Specification 

73. Most Goods of significant value supplied by BOXT come with a manufacturer backed parts and labour warranty, provided they have been inspected and maintained annually. For example, an inverter must be inspected annually by an approved engineer. The cost of servicing and inspecting after installation is not included in the Fee unless explicitly ordered during the purchase process. You must organise and retain service records for your Goods, which must be produced to BOXT or the manufacturer upon request if making a claim under the warranty. After the installation, BOXT will register your Goods warranty with the manufacturer and email you the relevant details. For the avoidance of doubt, the warranty is provided by the manufacturer of the Goods supplied and not by BOXT.

74. BOXT will provide details of all Goods warranties in the Customer Handover Pack on completion of the installation.


75. Neither BOXT nor the manufacturer of any Goods will be liable to you, whether under this Contract or otherwise where any failure, fault or problem arises as a result of:

  • any failure by you or third parties in the care, operation, inspection, servicing, or maintenance of any of the Goods which is not done strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. You are responsible for maintaining full and accurate service records for all equipment, without such records any warranty will be void;
  • any damage caused by you or third parties in attempting to repair a fault with the Goods, without our approval; and
  • any deliberate, negligent or careless damage or vandalism to the Goods.

76. The replacement of any lamps, bulbs or filaments are also excluded from the warranty as are any PV control devices or other such devices that may be connected to, or part of, the Goods.

77. You must notify the manufacturer of any warranty claim in respect of the Goods or components of the Goods as soon as reasonably possible once you become aware of a fault. The manufacturer’s contact details are supplied in the Customer Instruction Manual, or you can email [email protected]

78. The warranty applies specifically to the Goods installed as part of this Contract. Any existing controls, electrical cabling, or other equipment or other devices are completely excluded from any warranty offered.

79. Neither BOXT, nor any engineer appointed by BOXT, is under an obligation to carry out any visual inspection or testing on any existing equipment (except as part of their regulatory duties). The risk of any of existing system failing once the Goods are installed is solely your responsibility. If you wish to reduce this risk you can, at your own expense and independently of BOXT, organise a suitable inspection and test of your existing systems prior to the installation of the Goods.

80. If BOXT re-attends your property at your request but no fault is found, or the issue relates to something BOXT is not responsible for, then BOXT reserves the right to make a reasonable charge to cover costs for such an attendance.

N. Defective Goods or Service 

81. If You have a concern or complaint about the Goods or Service, please let us know as soon as possible by writing to 3320 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Colton, Leeds, LS15 8ZB  or alternatively emailing us at : [email protected]   If you need to call us, you can do so by calling 0800 193 7777. Your rights as a consumer are set out in legislation and you can find out more about them at You agree to cooperate with us in the investigation of your concern or complaint, including by allowing us access to your property.

82. As noted above, the Goods may have a manufacturer’s guarantee. If the fault is a manufacturing fault, we will work with the manufacturer to repair or replace the Goods. For convenience, many manufacturers prefer to deal directly with customers, but BOXT will retain primary responsibility for resolving your concern or complaint.

83. In the event of an unresolvable issue, you can refer your case to BOXT’s nominated alternative dispute resolution provider through HIES. HIES can be contacted at: 

T: 0344 324 5242

E: [email protected]

Centurion House, Leyland Business Park, Centurion Way, Leyland, PR25 3GR

84. You agree that in the event of a dispute, you and BOXT will attempt to resolve the matter using HIES’ alternative dispute resolution service. If we are unable to resolve the dispute through mediation, the complaint can be referred by HIES to the Dispute Resolution Ombudsman, who is entirely independent of HIES.

85. This Contract is subject to the applicable laws of England. The parties agree that, in the event of a dispute, we will attempt to resolve the dispute through HIES’s alternative dispute resolution service. Subject to where the parties agree to attempt to resolve any dispute through HIES’s alternative dispute resolution service,  the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction to hear any dispute arising from this Contract.

86. If any court, ombudsman or any other competent authority decides that any aspect of any term of this Contract is invalid or unenforceable, that aspect of that term shall be severed from the Contract and shall have no effect on the remainder of the Contract.

O. Transfer of Rights and Third Parties 

87. In the event of BOXT ceasing to trade and not being in a position to honour our obligations under this Contract, we may transfer our rights and obligations under this Contract to a suitably qualified third party of our choosing. We will tell you in writing if this happens and we will ensure that the transfer will not affect your rights under this Contract.

88. You may not transfer your rights and obligations under this Contract to any other person without our consent. The limited exception to this is if BOXT is in default of any award made by our nominated alternative dispute resolution provider, in which case you may transfer your rights to HIES for the purpose of recovering that award from BOXT.

89. This Contract is made between you and BOXT. No third party has any rights to enforce any of the terms of this Contract.  

P. Using Your Personal Information

We will use your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Notice, which is available on our website.

Cancellation Form 

If you change your mind and decide to cancel your Contract, you may do so by contacting us or sending us this form. You do not have to use this form; you can notify us of cancellation by getting in touch using the details in Clause 81 of these Terms & Conditions.

Customer Name(s):


I/We (delete as appropriate) hereby give notice that I/we wish to cancel my/our contract dated (add date here):



Express Request for Work to Commence

By signing and returning this Contract you are providing your agreement, in writing, to enable us to provide the Goods and perform the Services within the 14 day cancellation period which starts when you sign the Contract and ends 14 days after all of the goods relating to the contract are delivered to your home.

Please note: if you consent for work to begin within the cancellation period and you later exercise your right to cancel, you will be liable for the cost of work performed up to the point of cancellation in accordance with Clause L. You will also lose the right to cancel the Contract within the cancellation period when the installation is completely finished. When this occurs, BOXT can charge the full Fee.

Customer Name(s):


I / we hereby give express consent for BOXT to commence works on: [add date here] before my / our cancellation period has expired.

I / we understand that signing this Contract does not affect my/our right to cancel the Contract in the 14-day cancellation period which starts when I / we sign the contract and ends 14 days after all of the goods relating to the contract are delivered to my/our home.