Rental Terms and Conditions
The following are terms and conditions that apply to the rental of items (props and set-dressing) from Sign Bomb CC. By accepting rented items furnished under this agreement, the customer or representative whose name appears on the invoice and or booking form, accepts and agrees to these terms and conditions.
- Customer is responsible for damage to props due to abuse, misuse or negligence and agrees to pay the charges to repair goods so damaged (wear from reasonable and proper use excepted.)
- Customer is responsible for loss (or damage) to props from theft, mysterious disappearance, fire or any other cause and in accepting liability for the safe keeping of all rented items, agrees to pay the replacement cost if any item is, for any reason, unable to be returned to Sign Bomb at the end of the rental period.
- Customer shall not make any alterations, additions, modifications or ‘improvements’ to items without prior consent from Sign Bomb and may be liable for costs to return the item to its original state.
- Customer has no purchase rights or purchase options under this agreement and all items remain the property of Sign Bomb
- Customer shall package items for return in a safe and secure manner and is responsible for transport to and from Sign Bomb
- Items are rented “voetstoets” (as is) and Sign Bomb makes no warranty, expressed or implied, that the items are fit for any particular purpose.
- Customer is obliged to assess state and condition of items and note all damage prior to shipping and will be deemed to be in agreement with Sign Bomb as to their condition once shipped.
- Customer indemnifies Sign Bomb against all claims of loss, damage to property, injury or death arising from the use of rented items – including associated legal fees and expenses.
- Customer guarantees sufficient insurance cover or financial capacity to cover any replacement or repair costs in the event of loss or damage.
- Items are rented and invoiced on a weekly The rental period begins on the day of pick-up and continues for seven days. An 8th or “grace” day is permitted for returns, after which an additional week will be charged at the rate of 50% of the first week rental.
- Long-term rentals are billed as follows:
First Week: Full Price Second Week: 50% discount Third Week: 50% discount on second week invoice Fourth Week: Free of charge
- After four weeks, weekly late charges accrue at the rate of 50% of the first week rental.
- We do not provide credits if the props are returned early.
- Items are not rented at a percentage of their replacement value but rather their ‘production’ value which may be more or less than 10% (factors such as storage and upkeep are taken into account)
- A Handling Charge may apply if an order is cancelled after it has been processed and packaged for collection – this will be charged at our discretion but will not exceed 25% of the intended rental.
- EFT transfer is our preferred form of payment. All cheques should be made payable to: Sign Bomb CC.
- Invoices are O.D and need to be settled no later than a week from date of invoice. Any extension of time granted in respect of payment shall not be a waiver of the rights of Sign Bomb to require without notice, strict and punctual settlement of any amount outstanding. Payments are delinquent after 30 days and subject to interest charges at 5% per week.
Thanks for your co-operation and patronage
Printing and graphics
Our ‘WOW’-factor is getting work out fast and often filling in the gaps in a vague brief using our experience of film. While this may be great in most circumstances, with no time for proofing, there are occasions when things go wrong and with haste mistakes can creep in. For this reason we urge you please to check all work before arriving on set the next morning to find missing items or other peoples work!
Applying vinyl to expensive surfaces like cars, choppers and boats, is not without risk! While we would use quality materials and take great care with application and removal in these circumstances, damage can occur and Sign Bomb cannot be held responsible. Vinyl can also leave glue residue on surfaces and be problematic to remove – especially if lighting department have left a 4K close to the surface ‘cooking’ the material to the substrate. In these circumstances additional charges for removal and cleaning of glue may be incurred.