How to use the Internet for Home Improvement Savings

Save Real Money and Time Buying Tools and Home Improvement Products on the Internet

By Tim Carter
© Tim Carter 1993-2006
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"...Check for limited-time online deals and tool liquidations
Some retailers now use Internet web sites to liquidate large quantities of old inventory and overstocked items. As you might expect, some of these items are in short supply so you'll need to check regularly for the best deals and greatest selection. These are very often deals that you'll find online only and cannot find in retail stores. Use the links below to find some of these deals:...."

or did you know this nugget of information:

"....Be wary of auction listings that have no photos or use stock photos from a manufacturer's website. While stock photos do a nice job of showing what an item looks like, a stock picture is not an image of the specific item up for bid. If it is used, the stock picture will not show any scratches, dings, wear, or other potential problems with the item. If you see a stock photo you should ask seller questions about the condition that are not addressed in the item description...."

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