Term & Conditions

Consumer Agreement:

We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, or DISCOVER. We will process your credit card payment immediately in full. WE ONLY ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS DRAWN FROM U. S. BANKS. Customers may enter credit card information with confidence via our secure server. MONEY ORDERS or CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS are also accepted however; these forms of payment slow down the order process. Returned checks are subject to a $25.00 fine per check returned.

Shipping & Delivery:

National Fireproofing Supply Co. ships merchandise only to locations within the United States and Canada.

Sales Tax:

At this time, only Indiana orders are subjected to a 7.0 % sales tax.


All items, unless otherwise stated, are fully guaranteed against defects in material or workmanship and are covered by their respective manufacturer’s warranties. Within thirty (30) days we will replace, at our sole discretion, any item that is deemed defective. Returns shall be done within 30 days of invoice date. This warranty does not cover installation or service of product, conditions resulting from consumer mishandling; such as improper maintenance or misuse, abuse, accident or alteration.

Return Policy:

THERE ARE NO RETURNS, EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION. If the customer returns an order without authorization, there will be a delay in any refunds due. No refunds after 30 days from delivery date. There will be no refunds issued for any containers with broken seals. Returns are subjected to a 20% restocking fee .


The Terms and Conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and National Fireproofing Supply Co. with respect to this Web site. The Terms and Conditions supersede all prior or contemporaneous communications and proposals, whether electronic, oral or written between you and National Fireproofing Supply Co, Inc with respect to this Web site. No modification of the Terms and Conditions shall be effective unless it is authorized by National Fireproofing Supply Co. If any provision of the Terms and Conditions is found to be contrary to law, then such provision(s) shall be constructed in a manner to closely reflect, as much as possible, the intentions of the parties, with the other provisions remaining in full force and effect.

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