Stay Safe, Shop Flooring Online

August 07, 2020 2 min read

Virtual Flooring Resources for Safe & Successful Online Shopping During COVID-19

COVID-19 has left most of us trapped inside our homes this year. Once we’ve gone through the endless cycle of checking our social media, getting a little work done, and staring at the food in our fridge hoping something new will show up, it seems the only thing left to do is find home improvement projects. None of us are new to shopping online but it’s become essential in these uncertain times.Shopping for flooring online may seem impossible but we’ve made it easy for our customers toimprove their space while still having a safe yet enjoyable shopping experience.

It may seem counterintuitive to shop for flooring online considering most of us like to see and feel the product before purchasing. Oftentimes photos can look different than what we receive in the mail; colors and textures get lost in translation and before you know it you’re staring at 600sqft of flooring that isn’t anything like you expected. The horror! Fear not, there are flooring resources available to you through MyFlooring.com and chances are if you’re reading this blog post you’re hoping to learn more about them.


So let’s get into it.

Virtual Flooring Resources to Successfully Shop Online

MyFlooring.com offers three free samples to our customers. I’m sure you noticed the chat option down in the right hand corner of this page, if you click on that and get connected with one of our team members you can select carpet or vinyl and then select three colors that you’d like to receive. If you need more than three samples, no worries! All of our flooring comes with the option to purchase samples for a super low price. Go through any of our styles and select as many samples as you like and proceed to checkout as normal.

If free samples aren’t your thing and you’d rathervisualize what new flooring would do for your space, go to ourflooring visualizer or access it from any of our flooring options and select “see this in my room”, upload a picture of the room in question, and we’ll show you your space with new, beautiful flooring! You’ll be able to go through the different colors, change the direction of the flooring, and imagine what walking mindlessly around your new space would look like.

Uncertainty is something we’re all too familiar with in this pandemic but you don’t have to be uncertain of your flooring. Shopping online is no longer just for introverts,stay safe and get beautiful floors from the comfort of your couch.

 

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