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Shopping online is like having all of the world's store catalogs somehow condensed and available for you to compare and decide, right on your desk. If you had so desktop room, that is. Whether you shop because you enjoy it, or shop in order to get a great deal, or shop because you need to install a great new hardwood floor in a room in your house, for instance -- shopping online in most instances is cheaper, saves you spending money for gas, and saves on the old shoe leather! Probably the ability to gather info on whatever you want to purchase, and compare sizes and styles and colors and costs, is the biggest advantage to using your computer to shop online. And you don't have to get dressed up to go out in public. You can shop online in the middle of the night or at high noon. You can be in your ratty old T-shirt and sweatpants, for all your computer cares. You can see right on a company's website what color looks good on you, or what type of hardwood floor or carpeting would suit your current color scheme. A lot of stores or companies that have an online presence will have programs that let the consumer juggle things around to see just what fits etc., as if they were at a brick and mortar location. Would a light maple flooring look good in your den? What about linoleum for a playroom floor?
Anything, these days. Food, home products, building materials, artwork, furniture, houses, gems and gold. If it's for sale, you will find it somewhere, most probably a lot of places, online. If there's a need to see actual samples of wood for your floor, or carpet pieces, or paint for your walls, then they are available from most websites as well. Companies will have places where you can ask questions about home decorating, or how to lay down a floating floor, or paint your ceiling. They often have a FAQ section also. Here you can find many already answered questions right away, so you don't have to wait.
What a great way to compare colors for various types of hardwood floors, without having to get samples that you take home and study. Various integrated products can be looked at as well. Information about stock on hand, how long to get custom orders, what to do about care of your new floor, what finishes look like on the different floors, what eco-friendly and green products are available -- all of this is out there and on most companies' sites. The amount of things you can buy and the info you can get about them, is limitless. And it sure beats dragging around heavy boxes of flooring in a vast home product warehouse -- with no one there to help you and answer questions. You decide at home and then get it delivered right to your front door.