Inhaus is proud to be a part of the Classen Group of Companies based in Germany. With its rich heritage and commitment to innovation, Classen is truly a world leader in flooring. The quality of German manufacturing is world renowned—and the confidence it inspires is unmatched. As a German based company that is a pioneer and leader in laminate flooring, every stage of manufacturing, from raw material to finished product, happens under our roof—ensuring our floors are safe, of the highest quality and something we can truly be proud of.
We always seek to improve and refine our products; to find better ways forward. That's what made us pioneers in laminate flooring, and why we're a world leader in flooring innovation today. We make research and development a priority and we are proud to possess proprietary and patented technologies. We're always discovering new and exciting ways to make our floors better.
It all starts with our state of the art vertically integrated factory; the largest single laminate factory in the world, situated in the center of sustainably harvested forests. This affords us absolute control over the quality of the raw materials that go into our products, which results in the highest quality end products.
Over the last two years, Classen has created a state-of-the-art Design Center. Truly one of a kind, the Design Center represents our passion for design and commitment to visual aesthetic.
We have a passion for new ideas; whether it be a new design with our cutting-edge digital printers, or the development of a completely new product. Innovation is our culture.
Our products are not beautiful by chance. Every day our design team is at work identifying the latest interior design trends and sourcing material. This information is creatively applied in our design center to develop new ideas for textures, colors and wood grains.
We have developed innovative methods to reduce our impact on the environment. Our laminate facility powers itself through the emission controlled incineration of wood residuals created during the laminate production process. At our SONO facility, waste residuals are brought in from other manufacturers as fuel, since any manufacturing waste from the production of SONO planks is recycled back into the product. This is possible because of the way SONO's raw materials are bonded with heat instead of chemicals and additives. We're also proud to make available some of the most realistic reproductions of exotic wood floors, which we hope will lead to a reduction in the harvesting of rare and exotic trees as flooring consumers choose realistic, environmentally friendly alternatives.