Flooring From 3G Home Exteriors New Flooring Installers In Fort Myers
With 3G you not only get friendly, knowledgeable people who will talk to you about your flooring needs, our flooring experts can actually make proper flooring recommendations based on the room use, traffic and your budget. We offer one of Florida’s largest selections of name brand hardwood flooring, luxury vinyl plank and composite flooring options. We will help narrow down your options, making it easy and fun to get amazing flooring you can love for years to come!
See the difference new flooring will make on your home
3G is Licensed and insured. We offer a wide variety of flooring products including; installing hardwood floors of any type, installation of various composite flooring products and LVP (luxury vinyl plank) installations. Contact us today to get your free, no obligation quote!
New Hardwood Flooring
Wood flooring is timeless. With today’s state-of-the-art technology and nearly limitless choice of stains, finishes, styles and designs wood flooring is one of the most practical, easy-maintenance and versatile floor coverings today. If maintained properly, wood flooring should never have to be replaced. Hardwood floors are ideal for any size room. They make a small room look bigger and help large rooms look balanced. Hardwood flooring goes with any décor, any style, and any type of home.
Composite wood flooring (also known as engineered flooring) comes in many varieties and colors, typically comprising a composite block that may look like thick plywood, covered with a thin veneer of solid wood. Most composite wood is green — as in environmentally friendly — composed of small fibers from fast-growing trees. This preserves old-growth forests and utilizes parts of the tree leftover after cutting solid planks.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl plank and tile is now made to look more realistic, and is constructed with durable materials which allow it to remain beautiful while withstanding years of heavy traffic. There are hundreds of different colors and styles of vinyl flooring available on the market today in a great selection of wood-grain, slate, and stone tile patterns. Vinyl is also much more water resistant than hardwood or laminate flooring when used in a kitchen, bathroom, or finished basement.