Shipping & handling charges are automatically added to the total amount of the order based on weight. We will only charge you what shipping actually costs. Until we get the bugs worked out of our new shipping method, be assured you will be refunded any overpayment. Oftentimes, a small order can be sent USPS rather than UPS, which may be less expensive, and shipping overcharges will be refunded.
There are some products that ship free to the Lower 48 States, but not to Canada, Alaska, Hawaii or Internationally. Some products are notated with a separate “Ship To” box that will calculate the correct shipping amount. On products not notated with this box, customers outside the Lower 48 will be able to proceed with their orders with the understanding that we will have to call to collect more shipping monies. We will not be able to process these orders until shipping payment is received. Call or email before ordering to get a shipping quote.
Most products ship out within a few days, and if there is a delay with your order we’ll keep you posted. Back ordered products will be shipped as soon as possible. Sales tax is added to Wisconsin orders only. Shipping is by our choice of carriers. If you have a shipper preference or service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Customers may call 608-523-4709 or email email@example.com to get a shipping quote. Canadian and International customers may find that when their order is delivered by carrier they are required to pay an extra customs fee or a duty fee. The shipping charge from The Garage Project Online only covers our part in getting your package(s) to your destination. We cannot be responsible for Canadian or International Customs Fees, Taxes, Import Fees, or Duties. Please be aware of this and the fact that you may need a customs broker. International (other than Canada) packages always go US Post Office. Packages to Canada may go US Post Office, where the taxes, fees, and duties may be less expensive than UPS, but the shipping cost on our end is much higher, which in turn will be passed on to the customer. For more information on UPS Canada, please refer to this website: