Terms and Conditions

Welcome to our website (‘website’). These terms and conditions of use (‘terms’) constitute a legal agreement between you and Arbor Forest Products. Your use of this website constitutes your acceptance of the terms. If you do not agree with the terms, please do not use this website.

Ownership of This Website and Its Contents

This website is owned and operated by Arbor Forest Products. All of the content featured or displayed on this website, including, but not limited to, text, graphics, photographs images, illustrations and software (‘content’), is owned by Arbor Forest Products, and its content providers.

Use of the Site

This website and its content are intended for customers of Arbor Forest Products. You may not use this website and its content for any purpose not related to your business with Arbor Forest Products. Any use of the content, this website or any of its functionality for a purpose not permitted by these terms is grounds for the immediate revocation of any usernames, passwords or other permissions that may have been granted by Arbor Forest Products for use of this website.


Arbor Forest Products uses reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy, correctness and reliability of the content, but we make no representations or warranties as to the content’s accuracy, correctness or reliability. Images of people or places displayed on the website are either the property of, or used with permission by, Arbor Forest Products. The use of these images by you, or anyone else authorised by you, is prohibited unless specifically permitted by these terms or specific permission provided elsewhere on the website or by separate licence or agreement. Any unauthorised use of these images may violate copyright laws, trademark laws, the laws of privacy and publicity, and communications’ regulations and statutes.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

We reserve the right to change these terms: privacy policy, prices, information and licence terms, featured on this website without notice. These conditions set out the entire agreement between Arbor Forest Products and you relating to your use of this website. No action of Arbor Forest Products, other than an express written waiver or amendment, may be construed as a waiver or amendment of any of these terms or privacy policy. Should any clause of these terms or privacy policy be found unenforceable, wherever possible this will not affect any other clause and each will remain in full force and effect.


How to download assets

  1. From the Home page click on the ‘View’ icon that will appear in your chosen category box when you hover over it.
  2. The categories may then be separated into sub categories. If they are, click on the most relevant sub category box by clicking on the ‘View’ icon as above.
  3. Once on the assets page for your chosen category and/or sub-category, you can either browse all of the assets by scrolling down the page or you can filter the assets using the checkboxes down the left hand side.
  4. Once you have clicked a checkbox, only those images that are relevant for this filter will appear.
  5. When you have located the asset that you wish to download, simply click on the download icon that will appear on hover.
  6. Your downloaded asset will then appear at the bottom of the browser and in your Downloads file.
  7. Once you see your chosen asset file in the bottom of your browser, open it up and then click on the three horizontal dots in the top right hand corner to save it within your files or on your desktop.
  8. If your chosen asset is available in more than one format, please see below for a quick summary on each format’s recommended use:
    JPEGs – these are website and social media friendly, as the files are typically smaller. If using JPEGs for print it’s important to pay attention to the resolution and image size to ensure the quality isn’t affected. Your print company should be able to advise you further when they receive your artwork.
    PNGs – the main difference between a JPEG and a PNG is that a PNG can have a transparent background (usually required for logos). These are ideal for web pages but are not suitable for print.
    EPS – these are large files that are ideal for high quality printed materials such as brochures and catalogues. They are too large for websites and social media, as most content management systems would not permit images of this size.
  9. If you need further assistance, please email us assets@arborforestproducts.co.uk