Commercial Carpet & Resilient Flooring
High-Performance Flooring With Versatile Style Options
From durable linoleum to high-end, luxurious carpet.
We've got commercial flooring solutions to match your company's needs.
With over 30 years of experience flooring Texas businesses with hard-wearing resilient flooring and stunning carpets, you know you're in the right place.
Commercial Carpet Tile
This fast-growing, modular trend is here to stay. It's a durable option that is easy to install and quick to repair. Among carpet tile’s appeal is its great flexibility in design options, as well as being easy to remove and replace. A great option to use with raised access flooring.
Commercial Broadloom Carpet
You can count on this tried-and-trusted classic for a warm, luxurious, refined look with a great feel underfoot. Broadloom has no visible seams, making it a good choice for irregular spaces. This durable flooring wears well over time, giving it a long life cycle.
Commercial Resilient Flooring Options
Resilient flooring options are durable, moisture-resistant and cost-effective. As a result, they're a staple of the commercial market and most are available in both tile and sheet, in a wide variety of stylish designs and colors.
Here at Intertech, we carry and install everything from the most traditional vinyl composition tile (VCT) to bio-based tile (BBT) to sheet vinyl, rubber floors, linoleum and more.
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
High quality, high-performance vinyl composition tile is known for its affordability and durability. Modern VCT flooring is more rigid than traditional, older vinyl tiles.
VCT flooring is best used in low visibility, high traffic areas. It's a popular choice for institutions and cafeterias.
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
LVT is vinyl flooring that is covered in high-resolution floor designs.
Usually inspired by nature and contemporary design, choices include wood, industrial stained concrete, stone, abstract geometrics and color block designs. New design choices can replicate the look of more expensive products.
LVT is available in several different wear layers ranging from 8 mil to 40 mil. The lower-end wear layers, 8-20 mil, are suitable for light commercial (very low foot traffic areas). The higher end, 20-40 mil, are best for commercial use with very heavy foot traffic.
LVT flooring is available with a waterproof core, floating click systems, and free-lay products that only call for perimeter adhesive, which reduces use of low VOC adhesive use.
Overall, LVT is a resilient, easy to install and easy to maintain flooring option. It's a great choice if you want a high design look for a lower cost.
Lino flooring has been a popular flooring choice since it's invention in 1864 (!), due to it's incredible durability. Modern linoleum flooring can last up to 40 years once laid.
Very easy to maintain, lino floors are a popular choice for institutional floors and high traffic areas.
Lino floors have welded seams - preventing fluids from penetrating the surface and making its way under the floor. This added layer of hygiene makes linoleum flooring incredibly popular in the healthcare and assisted living sectors.
Lino has the additional benefit of being environmentally friendly - it's made from wood bark and linseed oil.
It might not be the first flooring to come to mind as being resilient, but cork flooring is incredibly durable.
Made from the bark of the cork tree, cork floors are a good choice for anyone looking for environmentally friendly options. If dented, a cork floor will often return to its original shape with time.
Cork flooring is soft and yielding underfoot with the added bonus of insulating most noise - this makes it a great choice for rooms catering to children or the elderly.
Sheet vinyl is a continuous roll of vinyl flooring. Long-lasting and pre-coated means there's less maintenance needed than other options on the market.
Marketed as a seamless flooring option, it's heat welded to be impervious to germs. This makes it a popular choice in the medical sector, helping with infection control. The drawbacks of using sheet vinyl are it can be difficult to repair and install for people unfamiliar with it.
To use sheet vinyl on your floors, you need to make sure there is no pre-existing moisture in the substrate. Trapped moisture is bad news for sheet vinyl, so make sure you get your existing floor prepped fully in advance.
Strong, tough, resilient. Rubber flooring is best used for sports floors, high-traffic areas and areas where people are on their feet for long periods of time.
The only real downside to rubber flooring happens when it’s not maintained correctly: abrasive liquids can cause discoloration.
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