How do you keep your prices so low?
We keep our overhead to a very minimum, and pass those savings on to you, the end user. One of the ways we do this is by taking advantage of online inventory from some of our suppliers, and drop shipping your order directly from the warehouse to you. This helps to keep costs down by not having to invest large sums of money in inventory which would add to the cost of the product. Many other companies use this method unknown to the end user. We do stock items at our location, and still may opt to ship from the manufacturer or wholesale warehouse at our discretion. This would usually be done if it results in you receiving your order quicker!
Will this cause a delay in receiving my order?
Many times our suppliers have your order in stock and ready to ship. Most of the time, we have online access to inventory levels and will alert you if an item is out of stock. Bottom line: if you are in a rush to get your order, contact us first to check on availability.
Your website says that a product is in stock, but I received an email saying you were out?
We make every effort to keep our stock status up to date, but sometimes this does occur. We will check stock status before charging your order, and will notify you if an item is out stock. You won't be charged until the order is ready to ship. We suggest that you call or email to confirm that the items you want are in stock.
Some of your items say "call for price" instead of listing a price. Why is that?
Many companies have switched to what is refered to as "Minimum Advertised Pricing". Just like it says, we are not allowed to advertise a price lower than the one we are given, even though our prices are lower. So, by putting "Call for Price" on the website, we can offer you a better price than we are allowed to advertise.