Thanks Conrad, I live in a small town with only home depots & lowe's they don't know & will have to investigate, so they told me. I can find online but I'd rather see & smell what I'm getting. I'm still researching. thanks again!
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Originally posted by glp: Thanks Conrad, I live in a small town with only home depots & lowe's they don't know & will have to investigate, so they told me. I can find online but I'd rather see & smell what I'm getting. I'm still researching. thanks again!
I'm also in a small town in Ga. with only Lowes & HD. We got our flooring in Tallahassee. Just spent one day down there going from place to place until we found what we wanted & could afford. But we didn't have the restrictions you mentioned for our flooring.
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You might just do some research by looking up possible stores (flooring stores that sell carpet/vinyl/tile) in neighboring cities (find by telephone book or on line), by calling them early in the morning. Just after they open, they may not be as busy and can better answer your questions. If you can find what you want to look at, then travel there and see it. They should be able to either ship it to you or an installer will drive it there.
Home Depot and Lowes are usually at the bottom of my list for something like this. Both knowledge and choices, I have personally found lacking in these stores.
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