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SALES TERMS

SALES TERMS
All quotes by, orders to, and sales by Fulcrum Building Group, LLC (“Seller”) are subject to and governed by the following
terms and conditions (“Sales Terms”). The customer/buyer (“Buyer”) agrees to be bound by these Sales Terms by ordering
and/or purchasing any lumber, hardware, millwork, doors, windows, trusses, or any other goods, products, materials or
services (hereafter collectively “Goods”) from Seller.

1. Force Majeure. Delay in delivery or non-delivery in whole or in part by Seller shall not be a breach of any sale if
performance is made impracticable by the occurrence of any events beyond Seller’s control including, but not limited to,
any one or more of the following: (1) fires, floods, inclement weather, or other casualties or acts of God; (2) wars, riots,
terrorism, civil commotion, embargoes, governmental regulations or martial law; (3) Seller’s inability to obtain necessary
materials (finished or otherwise) from its usual sources of supply; (4) shortage of cars or trucks or delays in transit; (5)
existing or future strikes or other labor troubles affecting production or shipment, whether involving employees of Seller or
employees of others, and regardless of responsibility or fault on the part of the employer; and/or (6) any other contingencies
of manufacture, supply, or shipment, whether or not of a class or kind mentioned herein.

2. EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED IN PARAGRAPHS 3, 4 AND 17(F)
BELOW, SELLER MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO
ANY GOODS SOLD INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,
OR ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ANY AND ALL MANUFACTURERS’
WARRANTIES MAY BE ENFORCEABLE DIRECTLY AGAINST THE MANUFACTURERS BY THEIR OWN
TERMS. NO EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE OF SELLER IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ANY
WARRANTIES ABOUT ANY GOODS SOLD BY SELLER.

3. One-Year Limited Warranty on Custom Production Items & Services. Seller warrants to the original single-family
homeowner Buyer only that: (a) any installation and/or repair services are performed in a commercially reasonable manner;
and (b) any custom items produced by Seller with the exception of “Gulf Armor” doors which are addressed in paragraph 4
below (custom items include, for example, custom wood shutters, custom interior or exterior doors, barn doors, etc.)
(hereafter referred to as “Custom Item”) are of good quality, free from defects in workmanship at the time of delivery to
Buyer, subject to the following terms. Seller’s warranty and liability for the same are EXPRESSLY LIMITED as follows.
Seller will refund to the original single-family homeowner the actual price paid, if any, for any such services or Custom
Item determined by Seller to be deficient, or repair or replace the same, at Seller’s option, provided on the express
condition that Seller receives written notice of the specific services or Custom Item claimed to be deficient within thirty (30)
days of discovery of any such possible defect or deficiency and no later than one (1) year of the date that Seller originally
performed the services, or sold the Custom Item, as shown in Seller’s records. Seller is not responsible for any defects or
deficiencies that may arise outside of this one-year time period, or which are not properly reported to Seller in writing
within the one-year time period (even if the claimed defect or deficiency was not discovered until after the expiration of said
time period). In any event, Seller shall be allowed to conduct an on-site inspection and may charge an inspection fee of
$100 per inspection, but if Seller’s inspector finds a deficiency in Seller’s services or Custom Item, the inspection fee will
be waived. This limited warranty specifically DOES NOT cover: (a) any cosmetic or maintenance items including, but not
limited to, painting, staining, caulking, and/or sealants, such items being the responsibility of the Buyer or Buyer’s
contractor; (b) any failure or damage as a result of improper installation, improper use or care, or improper maintenance; (c)
any failure or damage relating to a failure to properly seal and finish all six (6) sides of a Custom Item, which must be done
within five (5) days of delivery and before the Custom Item is subjected to an exterior application; (d) with respect to any
wood Custom Item in an exterior application, any failure or damage relating to a lack of sufficient roof overhang (sufficient
roof overhang may be greater depending on the specific location and application, but typically a sufficient roof overhang
means a covered overhang extending outward from the entry a minimum distance equal to the height measured from the
installed door unit sill to the underpart of the overhang that is furthest away from the entry); (e) any expansion, contraction,
warping, swelling, or movement of wood which is normal to wood as a naturally grown product when subjected to changes
in temperature or humidity; (f) warp that does not exceed 3/8” in the plane of any Custom Item that is at least 1-3/4” thick
(minimum) and which does not exceed 3’0” in width or 8’0” in height (there is NO WARRANTY on any Custom Item less
than 1-3/4” thick, or that exceeds 3’0” in width or 8’0” in height); (g) CUSTOM ITEMS ARE NOT ENGINEERED,
TESTED, OR RATED FOR PERFORMANCE AND, AS A RESULT, THERE IS NO WARRANTY IN REGARD TO
DESIGN PRESSURE OR OTHER PERFORMANCE RATING ON ANY CUSTOM ITEM; (h) any alleged defect which is
repaired or replaced by others without the express written consent of Seller; (i) scratches in glass not visible to the naked
eye when standing at least 10 feet away from the door; (j) doors with any type of storm door installed; (k) any Custom Item
that is reduced or altered in height or width in the field; (l) rust of wrought iron; (m) doors stained or painted black or any
dark color in an application with prolonged sun exposure; and (n) variations in the finish, color, texture or appearance of
Custom Items, as such conditions can vary from door to door (shutter to shutter, etc.) and are considered natural variations
in timber, and not a defect covered by warranty. Although we try to provide a fair representation of Custom items in our
showroom and advertising media, natural variations in wood are unavoidable and to be expected. Seller shall have the right
to defer action on any claim of warp or wood movement for a period not to exceed twelve (12) months after installation, at
Seller’s option, to permit the subject Custom item to acclimate to temperature and humidity conditions.

EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY STATED ABOVE IN THIS PARAGRAPH 3, THERE IS NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND BY SELLER WITH RESPECT TO CUSTOM ITEMS, OR ANY INSTALLATION
OR REPAIR SERVICES PROVIDED BY SELLER (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), AND SELLER
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, ECONOMIC OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

4. One-Year Limited Warranty on Gulf Armor Doors. Seller manufactures custom wood exterior doors known as “Gulf
Armor” doors. With respect to Gulf Armor doors, Seller warrants to the original single-family homeowner Buyer only that
such product is of good quality, free from defects in workmanship at the time of delivery to Buyer, subject to the following
terms. Seller’s warranty and liability for the same are EXPRESSLY LIMITED as follows. Seller will refund to the original
single-family homeowner the actual price paid for a Gulf Armor door determined by Seller to be deficient, or repair or
replace the same, at Seller’s option, provided on the express condition that Seller receives written notice of the specific
condition claimed to be deficient within thirty (30) days of discovery of any such possible defect or deficiency and no later
than one (1) year of the date that Seller originally sold the Gulf Armor door, as shown in Seller’s records. Seller is not
responsible for any defects or deficiencies that may arise outside of this one-year time period, or which are not properly
reported to Seller in writing within the one-year time period (even if the claimed defect or deficiency was not discovered
until after the expiration of said time period). In any event, Seller shall be allowed to conduct an on-site inspection and may
charge an inspection fee of $100 per inspection, but if Seller’s inspector finds a deficiency in the Gulf Armor door, the
inspection fee will be waived. This limited warranty specifically DOES NOT cover: (a) any cosmetic or maintenance items
including, but not limited to, painting, staining, caulking, and/or sealants, such items being the responsibility of the Buyer or
Buyer’s contractor; (b) any failure or damage as a result of improper installation, improper use or care, or improper
maintenance; (c) any failure or damage relating to a failure to properly seal and finish all six (6) sides of a Gulf Armor door,
which must be done within five (5) days of delivery and before the product is subjected to an exterior application; (d) any
failure or damage relating to a lack of sufficient roof overhang (sufficient roof overhang may be greater depending on the
specific location and application, but typically a sufficient roof overhang means a covered overhang extending outward
from the entry a minimum distance equal to the height measured from the installed door unit sill to the underpart of the
overhang that is furthest away from the entry); (e) any expansion, contraction, warping, swelling, or movement of wood
which is normal to wood as a naturally grown product when subjected to changes in temperature or humidity; (f) warp that
does not exceed 3/8” in the plane of a door that is at least 1-3/4” thick (minimum) and which does not exceed 3’6” in width
or 10’0” in height (there is NO WARRANTY on any Gulf Armor door less than 1-3/4” thick, or that exceeds 3’6” in width
or 10’0” in height); (g) small end splits under 4 inches; (h) any Gulf Armor door that is reduced or altered in height or width
in the field; (i) any alleged defect which is repaired or replaced by others without the express written consent of Seller; (j)
scratches in glass not visible to the naked eye when standing at least 10 feet away from the door; (k) doors with any type of
storm door installed; (l) rust of wrought iron; (m) doors stained or painted black or any dark color in an application with
prolonged sun exposure; and (n) variations in the finish, color, texture or appearance of the product, as such conditions can
vary from door to door and are considered natural variations in timber, and not a defect covered by warranty. Although we
try to provide a fair representation of Gulf Armor doorsin our showroom and advertising media, natural variations in wood
are unavoidable and to be expected. Seller shall have the right to defer action on any claim of warp or wood movement for
a period not to exceed twelve (12) months after installation, at Seller’s option, to permit the subject door to acclimate to
temperature and humidity conditions. EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY STATED ABOVE IN THIS PARAGRAPH 4,
THERE IS NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND BY SELLER WITH RESPECT TO GULF
ARMOR DOORS SOLD BY SELLER (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), AND SELLER
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, ECONOMIC OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

5. LIMITATION OF REMEDIES & DAMAGES. BUYER’S REMEDIES IN CONNECTION WITH ANY
NONCONFORMING AND/OR DEFECTIVE GOODS PROVIDED BY SELLER SHALL BE LIMITED TO
RETURN OF THE GOODS AND REFUND OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE, OR REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF THE SUBJECT GOODS BY SELLER, AT SELLER’S OPTION. SELLER SHALL NOT
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
ECONOMIC, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COSTS OF
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS, LOST PROFITS, LABOR, PAINTING, FINISHING, AND/OR
COSTS INCURRED TO REMOVE AND/OR REPLACE ANY GOODS FROM A WORK OR STRUCTURE.

6. Notice of Rejection. Buyer shall inspect all Goods furnished by Seller immediately and prior to using or incorporating
them into any work or structure. Notice of rejection of any Goods, and/or any alleged nonconformity or defect (collectively
“nonconformity”) in any Goods, must be made in writing and delivered to Seller within 48 hours of purchase or, if the
Goods are delivered to Buyer’s job site, then within 48 hours of such delivery. Such notice must state with particularity the
basis of the rejection and/or any alleged nonconformity of the Goods and describe with particularity the portion of the
Goods being rejected. Failure to make written notification within such time shall constitute Buyer’s irrevocable acceptance
of all Goods, and Buyer’s waiver of any claims of nonconformity with respect to the Goods. Seller shall have the right to
make an on-site inspection of any Goods rejected. Buyer shall take all appropriate actions to protect and preserve any
rejected Goods in the same condition that they were in at the time of delivery.
7. Delivery & Acceptance; Title to Goods. Risk of loss passes to Buyer upon delivery of the Goods to the destination
designated by Buyer. If delivery is by common carrier, delivery by Seller to the carrier at the point of origin shall constitute
delivery to Buyer and thereafter the shipment shall be at Buyer’s risk, and any claims of Buyer for loss or damage must be
made against the carrier. Until fully paid, Seller expressly retains title to all Goods to secure payment and a security interest
in the same. Title to Goods passes to the Buyer upon receipt of full payment of the total purchase price thereof. Upon
Buyer’s default, Seller may retake possession of the Goods without prior legal process and Seller may pursue any other
remedies that may be available to Seller. Any claims for shortages shall be noted on Seller’s delivery receipt by Buyer at
the time of delivery; otherwise, Seller shall not be responsible for the same. If, upon delivery at job site, there is not present
at the job site an employee or agent of Buyer authorized to accept delivery and sign a delivery receipt evidencing delivery of
the Goods, then Seller shall have the right to deposit the goods at the job site without obtaining a signed receipt therefore,
and Buyer agrees to liability for payment for all such Goods as if a delivery receipt were signed by an authorized agent of
Buyer.

8. Returns. Subject to paragraph 5 above (Limitation of Remedies & Damages), Seller shall not accept return of any
Goods for refund or credit for any reason unless: (a) Buyer produces to Seller the original invoice evidencing Buyer’s
purchase of the subject Goods; and (b) Seller, in its sole and absolute discretion, elects to do so. Buyer will pay a restocking fee of 20% of the amount of any refund or credit allowed by Seller. Subject to paragraph 3 (Limitation of Remedies & Damages) above, there shall be no returns, refunds or credits allowed on any Goods special ordered under any
circumstances.

9. Building Codes; Specifications. COMPLIANCE WITH BUILDING CODES, COMPLIANCE WITH PROJECT
SPECIFICATIONS, THE DETERMINATION OF THE SUITABILITY OF ALL GOODS AND PRODUCTS TO BE
USED IN ANY PROJECT OR STRUCTURE, AND THE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES USED, ARE
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BUYER, THE ARCHITECT, CONTRACTOR, OR OTHER CONSTRUCTION
PROFESSIONAL, AND NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF SELLER. SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR
THE SAME.

10. Quotes/Estimates. Any material quantities quoted or estimated by Seller are designed solely to provide Buyer with a
rough estimate of the amount of material that may be used in a given project. These are based upon calculations, plans,
and/or information provided to Seller, and they assume, among other things, normal and typical building and construction
techniques for the area. The actual amount of material used in a project may vary from the quote/estimate, at times
significantly, due to a number of factors including, but not limited to, subsequent changes to the plans (such as where Seller
is provided preliminary plans to estimate materials, rather than final plans), project changes, and construction techniques
used. Consequently, Seller cannot and does not make any representation or warranty regarding the actual amount of
material that is needed or will be used in any given project, and no quote or estimate by Seller shall be construed to contain
any such representation or warranty. Any errors or omissions in a quote or estimate are subject to correction by Seller.
11. Jobsite Delivery. Seller requires an unobstructed, safe location and access in order to deliver Goods to Buyer’s jobsite.
If any jobsite condition makes delivery hazardous or could result in damage to the property or to Seller’s vehicle, Buyer
must notify Seller before the delivery. When conditions at the jobsite or the length, design or size of the Goods will not
allow for normal delivery, Buyer is responsible for the scheduling and expense of cranes, lulls or other necessary equipment
at the jobsite. Seller may postpone a scheduled delivery to Buyer’s jobsite on account of a lack of proper access or other
condition of the jobsite or a lack of proper equipment at the jobsite and, in such event, Buyer will be responsible for
payment of a delivery fee to Seller and all other costs associated with each additional delivery attempts. It is also the duty
of Buyer, not Seller, to specify and mark the location of any and all underground facilities (including, but not limited to,
irrigation lines, pipes, septic tanks, or other) before Seller’s vehicle enters the subject property, so that Seller’s delivery
personnel may attempt to avoid the same. Seller’s delivery personnel will attempt to follow reasonable directions provided
by Buyer or Buyer’s representative as to the location for the placement of Goods on the jobsite. However, Seller shall not
be liable for any damage to any underground facilities under any circumstances. Further, in the event that Seller’s vehicle
or equipment comes into contact with or damages any grass, shrubbery, landscaping, driveway, sidewalk or other surface as
Seller’s personnel is attempting to follow directions for placement of Goods from Buyer or Buyer’s representative, Seller
shall not be liable for any damage to the same under any circumstances.

12. Loading. Seller’s employees may assist Buyer with loading Goods into or out of Buyer’s vehicle or trailer as a
courtesy, subject to the following terms. Seller is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any property damage or personal injury
sustained while any Goods are being loaded into, or unloaded from, Buyer’s vehicle or trailer by either Buyer or by Seller’s
employees. If Seller’s employees assist in loading or unloading, THE BUYER ASSUMES THE FULL RISK of any such
damage or injury. Further, Buyer is fully aware that many of the Goods sold by Seller are heavy (including, but not limited
to, lumber, plywood, crossties, concrete blocks, cement products, doors, windows, etc.) and that Goods may shift or move
during transit. It shall be the DUTY OF THE BUYER, not the Seller, to know and comply with any weight capacity
limitations of Buyer’s vehicle, and to ensure that the Goods will not cause damage to Buyer’s vehicle or trailer. Seller
SHALL NOT be liable for any property damage (including, but not limited to, damage to the Goods themselves) or personal
injury caused in whole or in part by the Goods or by movement of the Goods. THE BUYER ASSUMES THE FULL RISK
of any such damage or injury.

13. Form of Payment. All prices quoted and invoiced by Seller are on a cash payment basis. If Buyer elects to pay any
balance by credit card, Seller may charge Buyer a credit card fee.

14. E-mail Service. At Buyer’s request, Seller will attempt to send invoices and statements to Buyer by e-mail. However,
Buyer acknowledges and agrees that Seller does not control and cannot guarantee delivery by e-mail, thus Buyer agrees to
pay all invoices and statements within Seller’s payment terms even if any emails are not received by Buyer.

15. Dimensions. Dimensions and/or sizes on lumber, molding, and other materials are those generally used in the industry,
but actual sizes may vary.

16. Finance Charges; Collection Costs. A finance charge of 1.5% per month will be applied to any unpaid balance owed by
Buyer to Seller (minimum finance charge of 50¢ per month on any balance), and Buyer shall pay the same to Seller. Buyer
shall pay all costs and expenses incurred by Seller, with or without litigation, in collecting any amount owed by Buyer
including, without limitation, attorney’s fees and expenses, and expert fees and expenses.

17. Trusses. In addition to the other terms contained herein, the following terms in this paragraph 17 also apply to all
quotes, orders and sales of trusses by Seller:

A. Buyer acknowledges that Seller’s layouts, drawings, and designs for trusses are produced using plans and data
provided by Buyer. Buyer’s order of trusses to Seller constitutes Buyer’s representation and agreement that Buyer
has examined all layouts, drawings and designs provided by Seller, and that Buyer accepts the same for use in
Buyer’s project. It is Buyer’s responsibility, before ordering trusses from Seller, to verify quantities, spans, pitches,
overhangs, bearing locations, point load locations, size and location of required openings, and other project
specifications to ensure the suitability of the products in all respects for Buyer’s project.

B. Buyer understands that trusses are delivered on a 60’ long “roll off” tractor-trailer. Buyer agrees to provide a
reasonably smooth, level and accessible area for delivery of trusses at the jobsite, and further to provide an approach
path to the desired drop location that is straight, level, compacted and with a clear width and height of at least 13.5
feet. Should these conditions not be met when Seller’s delivery vehicle arrives at the jobsite, Seller may postpone
the delivery and Buyer will be responsible for all costs of re-delivery. Should Seller’s personnel attempt delivery
despite these conditions not being met, Buyer will be responsible for any damages to Seller’s vehicle, equipment, or
to the product itself, incurred in the process.

C. It is Buyer’s responsibility to be knowledgeable of, and to comply with, all warnings and recommendations
relating to the safe handling, safe use, and proper erection of wood trusses as published by Structural Building
Components of America (SBCA), or its equivalent. Please refer to SBCA’s “Guide for Handling, Installing,
Restraining & Bracing Trusses”, BCSI-B1, and “Building Component Safety Information.” Buyer is solely
responsible for the safe and proper installation of these products, and for ensuring that the installation is performed
in conformity with the engineering and permanent bracing notes included in the design drawings.

D. All truss bracing and building bracing are the responsibility of the Buyer, or Buyer’s Engineer of Record.
Seller may provide suggestions or guidance on the types and locations for bracing, but Seller shall not be liable for
the same. It is Buyer’s responsibility to understand and oversee the overall bracing design for the building of which
the trusses are a part. If Seller furnishes Buyer any advice or other assistance concerning truss installation, or truss
bracing or building bracing, including but not limited to any written materials or verbal advice, the furnishing of
such advice or assistance by Seller will not subject Seller to any liability, whether based in contract, warranty, tort
(including negligence), or otherwise. Seller’s shop drawings will indicate the location of lateral web bracing
required to resist buckling in long compression web members. All other bracing, blocking, bridging, etc., both
temporary and permanent, are outside of Seller’s scope of work. Seller may provide Buyer with handling,
installation and/or bracing guidelines produced by the Truss Plate Institute and/or the SBCA, however, in so doing,
Seller does not expand its scope of work and does not assume any responsibility for the same. Seller shall have no
responsibility concerning the installation or bracing of trusses, nor shall Seller have any responsibility to inspect
trusses after installation or to verify dimensions or the adequacy of work performed by other trades.

E. Additional terms and conditions will apply to certain truss orders (for example, long span trusses), which Seller
will set forth in writing on the truss quote, order, layout and/or drawings. Such additional terms supplement these
Sales Terms and form part of the agreement between the parties.

F. Seller warrants the trusses manufactured by it will conform to the specifications set forth in Seller’s truss quote,
order, layout and/or drawings, within reasonable tolerances in the wood truss industry, at the time of delivery to
Buyer, subject to the following terms. Seller’s warranty and liability for the same are EXPRESSLY LIMITED as
follows. Seller will refund to the Buyer the actual price paid, if any, for any truss members determined by Seller to
be deficient, or repair or replace the same, at Seller’s option, provided on the express condition that Seller receives
written notice of the specific product claimed to be deficient within thirty (30) days of discovery of any such
possible defect or deficiency and no later than one (1) year of the date that Seller originally sold the product, as
shown in Seller’s records. Seller is not responsible for any defects or deficiencies that may arise outside of this one year time period,  or which are not properly reported to Seller in writing within the one-year time period (even if the claimed defect or deficiency was not discovered until after the expiration of said time period).

EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY STATED ABOVE IN THIS PARAGRAPH 17(F), THERE IS NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND BY SELLER WITH RESPECT TO TRUSSES SOLD BY SELLER
(INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), AND SELLER SHALL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, ECONOMIC OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

G. The provisions of ANSI/TPI 1-2014, Chapter 2, are incorporated herein by reference, with the exception of any
provisions therein which contradict any of these Sales Terms.

H. Truss orders are special order and cannot be cancelled or modified by Buyer.

18. Entire Contract. These Sales Terms supersede any and all prior and/or contemporaneous verbal and written agreements
and representations between Buyer and Seller, and constitute the ENTIRE CONTRACT between Seller and Buyer with
respect to the sale and purchase of the Goods specified on Seller’s invoice. If Buyer has entered into a credit agreement,
installed sales agreement, or other special order in connection with which Seller specifies other written terms and/or
conditions (including, but not limited to, a truss order as described in paragraph 17(E) above), then such agreement and/or
special-order terms also form part of the contract between Seller and Buyer. These Sales Terms cannot be modified, altered,
or supplemented by any purchase order or other writing from Buyer specifying different or other terms or conditions, or in
any other manner. These Sales Terms can only be modified by a formal written addendum signed by Seller’s President.
Absent a formal written addendum signed by Seller’s President, any attempt by Buyer to add to or vary these Sales Terms
shall be void and of no effect.

19. Amendment. Seller may amend these Sales Terms at any time, and any changes or amendments will be reflected on this
page for public view and shall be effective upon positing.

Rev. 1/28/22