Light hardwood flooring in formal dinning, entry and stairs from Express Flooring.

Why You’ll Appreciate Inhaus

Express Flooring is always looking for companies who understand what consumers want most, and Inhaus recognizes that we all want to love where we live. Helping make that desire a reality is their creation of wood laminate floors that offer not only style, but also safety and function.

Innovation
As one of the largest laminate flooring manufacturers in the world, this German-based company is known for constant innovation in residential and commercial laminate. Numerous proprietary and patented technologies reflect its attention to research and development.

Just like us, Inhaus is constantly seeking ways to make your floor choices better than ever. From the world’s largest single laminate factory, they’re able to control every stage of manufacturing. It begins with raw material sustainably harvested from nearby forests and continues through the safe and high quality finished product.

Design
The Inhaus wood flooring designers have a mission to identify the latest trends in interior design and the best in sourcing material. This enables the team to create new colors, textures and wood grains in its ever-growing selection of choices.

Those choices even include realistic reproductions of exotic hardwood flooring, which helps protect exotic trees from harvest as well as providing more affordable and beautiful options for your floor.

Environmental Responsibility
Inhaus believes in creating a better place to live, not just inside the home but out. This is shown in its policy of emission controlled incineration during the production process and in the location of its factory amidst sustainably harvested forests.

All the Inhaus hardwood flooring products are certified by PEFC (Program for Endorsement of Forest Certification) or FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), made in compliance with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Airborne Toxic Control Measures (ATCM) Phase II standards, and are both GreenGuard Gold and Blue Angel certified.

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