Should you buy laminate flooring online?
After you’ve researched laminate flooring on the Internet, eventually you’ll decide whether or not to buy from an online store like Efloors.com or from a local retailer.
As with most purchases, buying online offers several advantages.
- First, you’ll have the widest selection available because Efloors.com has unlimited display space. Your local store can only devote a small amount of space to laminate flooring displays.
- Second, there is the advantage of convenience; you can shop from home and we’ll deliver to your curbside.
- Last but not least, there is the advantage of big savings. Efloors.com has low overhead and big volume. That means big savings for you.
What about personal service?
With Efloors.com, you don’t lose the opportunity for personal contact or to actually see what you’re getting when you buy from us. We encourage you to touch and feel your laminate flooring before you make your final decision, so we’ll send you a sample or two and ship them for free.
Talk to a REAL person
If you want to speak with a real person, call us toll free at 1-888-522-5456 and speak to a real, live helpful specialist on laminate flooring. You can take down his or her name and call back and ask for the same person throughout the buying process.
Efloors.com is a division of a large floor covering retailer. We are authorized resellers, and we are members of virtually all consumer and trade associations in the floor covering industry. We value our reputation one customer at a time. We really do want you to be happy with your selection and purchase of laminate flooring from Efloors.com, so let us hear from you.
We hope this discussion has helped you in your decision whether or not to buy laminate flooring online.
For more information, feel free to contact us at 1-888-522-5456, email us at email@example.com or visit our live chat. You’ll meet our experienced flooring specialists who will be happy to answer all your questions.
Efloors.com offers top-quality laminate flooring from several major manufacturers, including Armstrong, Balterio, Bruce by Armstrong, CFS, Efloors Signature, Mannington, Mohawk, Quick-Step, Shaw, and Tarkett.