Floors can help bring the interior of a building to life or cause it to just sit there looking bored and tired. One company with its goal to make a difference is Intertech Commercial Flooring.

“We’re a fully commercial company and work on floors of all types,” said Vicente Garza, Vice-President of Operations for Intertech Commercial Flooring. “We do all types of specialized flooring: epoxy flooring for kitchens, industrial flooring, polished concrete, porcelains, ceramics, computer access flooring, and any other type of specialized flooring. And, of course, we do the basics, carpet and hard tile.”

Founded in Austin 32 years ago and now successfully operating in the Valley for 12 years, Intertech Commercial Flooring has built a solid reputation statewide through its capacity to meet customers’ needs with certified manpower, materials, and warehouse space. Offices are in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, and the Valley, and Garza’s territory stretches from Corpus Christi to Laredo and all areas in between.

Intertech also stays on top of all things new in the commercial flooring industry. In the McAllen Medical Center, for example, Intertech is installing Altro Whiterock Wall Cladding, a hygienic alternative to tiles, which is impact resistant, grout-free, and easy to clean.

At the McAllen Performing Arts Center, Intertech worked with the architect to install the distinctive custom carpet, and large 4×8 foot tile panels will soon update the look of the McAllen Country Club. The project list goes on: VA Centers in both Harlingen and McAllen, Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas, and the upcoming job at Brownsville-SPI airport are other pending projects.

“It’s always a learning experience here,” Garza continued. “Every year, there are new products.  We always train our installers, making sure they are certified in every process in order to give our customers the best and largest number of options. We want to be a company to provide all the flooring finishes we can. If there’s a specialty item on a project,” he promised, “we will learn about it.”