Shipping & Returns
Freight will be quoted to you, and upon your approval will be added to your invoice. Once the product is shipped it is now your responsibility to check it for any possible damage upon its arrival and note any damage on the freight bill. If damage should occur you will need to contact carrier for further instructions.
Any items being returned to us must first be approved by us and clearly marked on the outside with a RGA NUMBER of which we will give to you prior to returning. The cost of the freight to return will be the responsibility of the customer, unless arrangements have been approved by us prior to returning. If you have any further questions or concerns, please give us a call at 781.961.3342 or 1.800.334.5438.
Gary Bloom Sales is located in Canton Massachusetts. We are a nationwide distributor of car lifts, auto lifts, motorcycle lifts, and shop equipment. We can ship from any of our warehouse locations across the nation cutting down on shipping cost. We can ship from California, Arizona, Florida, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Pennslyvania, New York, Texas, North Dakota, to name a few locations. So please, give us a call to find out more information on our great shipping rates for car lifts, auto lifts, or any of our shop equipment.
Where ever the term “Free Shipping” can be found, it applies to the lower 48 states* on products that do not need to be combined with any other items in order to qualify. The lower 48 states excludes Alaska, Hawaii, US Virgin Islands and Puerto. For shipments going to these excluded locations, additional freight charges will be applied. However, additional charges would apply for lift gate delivery or a rural shipping address. The customer is exempt of these charges if the product is delivered to a nearby terminal, with the customer being responsible for unloading the purchased product.
In regards to BendPak and Ranger equipment, a RATZ surcharge is added to rural destinations. RATZ stands for Rural Area Transportation Zone. RATZ is based on the size of cities and towns and their functional accessibility to major highways and shipping lanes. Transportation and shipping to these remote and rural locations are non-direct shipping points with higher associated delivery costs.