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Has anyone installed Provenza LVP Finally Mine?

5 years ago

We really like the sample we've seen but can't find any photos of it online. If you have installed would you be willing to share pics and let us know what you thought of the install process? Thanks!

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  • 2 years ago

    Also does anyone know if Provenza brand (specifically finally mine) shows footprints as horribly as coretec? some of the other threads about footprints and never being able to get them clean are scaring me off of LVPs😬

  • 2 years ago

    I live in Southern California (San Clemente) & would love your extra box of Finally Mine. I'm having a terrible time deciding between Finally Mine & Sweet Talker! @kay w

  • 2 years ago

    Anyone know where in SoCal would have the best pricing to order finally mine?

  • 2 years ago
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    @ksilbz We got ours from Corona Hardwood, in Corona, they gave us an amazing deal, but it was a year ago...

  • 2 years ago
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    Does anyone have a box of Finally Mine they would be wiling to sell near Muncie Indiana?

  • 2 years ago

    Looking for a box of Finally Mine near Seattle/Bellevue if anyone has a box to sell or ship?

  • 2 years ago

    Got some finally mine if anyone need a box or two


  • 2 years ago

    I can send you a box or two for finally mine

  • 2 years ago

    @Iamsebrina where are you located?

  • 2 years ago

    @iamsebrina

  • 2 years ago

    @iamsabrina I would love one!

  • 2 years ago

    @Franc do you still have the boxes?

  • 2 years ago

    angelica black

    I can sell you a box for $130 plus shipping. email me lam_sebrina@yahoo.com

  • 2 years ago

    I am also wondering what the best price for Finally Mine would be in SoCal. I live in San Diego and I think the last time I checked from a couple stores around my area, I saw prices anywhere from $4.50 all the way to $7/sqft. If anyone knows of a place selling below $4, I would love to know :)

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    @CeeWhy - did you ever post photos? we are doing the same color walls and trim as you mentioned - would love to see your final project. Thanks

  • last year

    Wow! I get alerts from time to time but never return to comment. This thread has become quite popular!!! I installed in the begininning of 2020 and thought I’d give you all an update. We installed 2500 sq ft and have them in high traffic areas throughout the house.


    Pros: DURABLE!!!! My son was two years old at the time of install and we spend a lot of time at home. They still look brand new two years later. They will dent if you drop something heavy on them. But I think we have only two small dents. They are really pretty!!! I love the color and look of them.


    Cons: They will show footprints/dirt. Definetley not like hardwood. Despite them looking dirtier faster, they are much easier to clean then on other hard surfaces.



  • last year

    We are laying these in the entire house, but as of now we have the master closet and bedroom mostly floored.

  • last year

    We have 5 extra boxes of First Crush if anyone is interested!

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    Hi @kay w, do you still have the finally mine boxes in So Cal?

  • last year

    Hi @filesw, do you still have the box of First Crush?

  • last year

    Question for all of you who have installed Provenza LVP. Any issues with popping/clicking noises? I willl be installing over a concrete subfloor. Love the floors, but afraid to pull the trigger as I have just read of lots of complaints regarding this issue. There are othe threads which are just complaints, but everyone on this thread seems to love their floors. Thanks in advance.

  • last year

    I have a different brand LVP over gypcrete subfloors. No noises at all. The floors sound and feel solid. The subfloor must be level and flat, though, for LVP.

  • last year

    Thanks for your feedback!

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    Windows are covered they were painting outside so the pic is a little dark

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  • last year

    Maybe this has already been discussed in this thread, but what rugs are safe for Provenza LVP? All of the rug and rug pad manufacturers say to check with the flooring manufacturer. I have contacted Provenza and got no response. What rugs and rug pads are you using? Ruggables? RugpadUSA?

  • last year

    @Tiffany Paniagua what colour are your walls and trim? Do you have any recent photos you could share?

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    The first two photos are in a hallway and the white used here is Chantilly lace by Benjamin Moore. The last two photos are alabaster by Sherwin-Williams. I am changing everything to Chantilly lace I feel like my baseboards looked yellow because alabaster is a very warm white. The Chantilly lace is a very pure bright white and I love it.
    @K Danielson








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    here is night and day time. Not sure what these little white marks are in the photo these are not on my floor. lol @K Danielson




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    here is a picture of our half bathroom with a gray colored paint against the floor I also painted the baseboard.

    @K Danielson

  • last year

    @Tiffany Paniagua the floors look great with the chantilly lace! We have chantilly lace cabinets and have Finally mine floors on order. What colour stain are your wood features? Also, what colour are your black doors and wall colour with the chantilly lace? i really like the look!

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    @K Danielson The beams are stained special walnut, wanted them a little darker than the floor. The gray is edgecomb gray by BM. Our front door is a custom order so not sure what color. Its not black, more of a dark expresso color. Its a wood composite material. Heres our bedroom, We literally just got the floor done last weekend. When we moved in and ripped out the carpet We lived in our room while they did the floor and I was to lazy to move everything out and I regret it so much. so a year later I was done with the carpet. I still need to put down my rug, but the black wall is tricorn black by SW. Just so you can see the differnt color paints against the floor.

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    Black wall, still needed baseboards but got this before they were done. @K Danielson




  • last year

    @Tiffany Paniagua wow, it is beautiful. Thanks for the help. Do you like the floors? I almost didn’t order them because of the cross saw marks. Was worried about it looking too rustic. Do you think it blends together nicely?

  • last year

    So funny story, I wanted white oak because I wanted them very light. My husband is a very earthy guy and said no, so we met in the middle and decided on these. First crush is also very nice and light but I felt it was more coastal and beach like which we live in a mountain area. we have a new track build and all the neighbors went through the builder and they all wish they did it like me, they like our floors so much better. The wide longer planks, not to mention the texture. I honestly think this floor will compliment any style or color. I’m happy with it. one day i’ll get white flooring haha also these show foot prints and all the dirt fairly easy.

  • last year

    @Tiffany Paniagua thanks for the info! It looks gorgeous in your place. I’m excited fo finally have flooring installed!

  • last year

    Anyone have Provenza Road Trip installed? I’m trying to decide! Also anyone float theirs over eng. hardwood that’s on a concrete slab? Trying to save $ and not demo if I don’t have to…

  • last year

    Anyone have any left over finally mine in so cal?


  • last year

    @Rebecca Reed We are looking at Provenza Road Trip and wondering if can be installed over eng hardwood on a concrete slab. Some stores say yes and others say no. What did you end up doing?


  • last year

    I actually went with Coretec Calypso Oak and we are floating it over our slab

  • last year

    I'm going to look at that sample tomorrow. I think going over our engineered wood would be a mistake and also void warranty. I'm getting mixed messages from sales people, unfortunately.


  • last year

    Ashlie Brady,


    Did you ever finish your railings? I'm curious how they turned out. I also have finally mine and I'm trying to come up with a stain for railings. I saw your mix below that your painter used and I'm going to go get the stains. Where did you get Dura Seal?

    Thank you, Bobbi


  • 11 months ago

    We installed finally mine and love the look of it, but it crackles too much when you walk. in the process of getting rid of it.

  • 11 months ago

    @bb_116 I did finish my railings and the color turn out great, however I did have to bleach my red oak railings first to get rid of the red undertones that are in red oak. It's a process and it wasn't fun, but it was the only way to get the colors close. I will post pictures of my railing. It's not an exact match due to red oak staining differently, however, it is close enough and looks great. I got the stain from Cityfloorsupply.com . Sorry for the late reply ! I never get notifications from houzz even though they are turned on 😏

  • 11 months ago

    Wendy Harris -warner.  I have provenza road trip and it crackles.  Waiting for sales rep to get back to me about options to resolve.  Any suggestions?

  • 5 months ago

    Anyone in the Houston area have a box of Finally Mine they are willing to sell?

  • 4 months ago

    Thanks to all who have posted. I am considering Finally Mine based on the completed photos - they look gorgeous. Been concerned pulling the trigger bc the sample board laid in the house seems darker and more gray when I photograph it. Did anyone else have the same concern?

  • 4 months ago
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    @kstewartau87 Yes, the sample boards, no matter the time of day, never looked to me like all the pictures look. I get screen colors vary, time of day, amount of natural light, kind of light bulb...yeah all of that. I was so disappointed when I brought the large samples home and they did not look good at all. I actually chose another color of provenza. Changed my mind at last minute due to a pit in my stomach feeling. Once installed, I was sooooooo happy I went for it despite those samples!! It's beautiful. For me: it does not show footprints bad, does not creek, feels quality under bare foot (but not like real hardwood), does not shot per hair bad. Prior to provenza I had a really dark rich laminate. It showed EVERYTHING and just the dog hair alone i was sweeping multiple times a day. Footprints anywhere light shines in and the water dribbles from my English Mastiff after drinking water were just embarrassing!! So happy I went with my gut!! Seriously. please find my pictures posted 2 years ago in this thread. There are several of my floor in different areas and one of the image that finally made me go back to my gut and install finally mine. Best wishes!

  • 4 months ago

    We installed a year ago and love love love it. It does not pull gray in our home but the samples did. We just love it - has held up extremely well to our 3 dogs and snow debris. Easy to clean. It's one of our favorite selections from our new build.

  • 4 months ago

    Thank you both for the response!!!