Where are Provenza floors made?

HollandMade in Holland) with a light to heavy wire brush and multi-stain process that is hand finished in the USA by Provenza master wood crafters.

Who owns Provenza floors?

Ron Sadri

It was Provenza Floors, in fact, that began commercially applying an innovative acrylic color impregnation process that expanded the options in stains for hardwood flooring. “Infusion was developed more than 10 years ago, but is still our signature product,” said Ron Sadri, principal/owner of Provenza Floors.

What is Provenza LVP?

Provenza LVP Flooring



Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP floor collections are durable, scratch, stain and fade resistant, easy to clean and maintain, hypoallergenic and perfect for busy households with pets, children and daily traffic. Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP Floors are GREENGUARD Certified.

How much are Provenza LVP floors?

Pricing

Provenza LVP line Cost per Square Foot Overall Thickness
Concorde Oak $4.19 per Sq. Ft 6.5mm
Moda Living $4.99 per Sq. Ft 8mm
Uptown Chic $4.99 per Sq. Ft 8mm
Stonescape $4.99 per Sq. Ft 6.5mm


How thick is Provenza LVP?

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SKU PRO2605
Thickness 8 mm (includes wear layer & underlayment pad)
Wear Layer 20 mil
Underlayment Attached, 1.5 mm IXPE Rubber
Construction Waterproof Luxury Vinyl Plank

What is LVP flooring?

LVP, or Luxury Vinyl Plank, is a durable, affordable, and beautiful alternative to hardwood flooring. It’s well-suited for a variety of residential and commercial applications, and, when installed correctly, perfectly mimics the look, texture, and warmth of real wood.

How do you transition from vinyl plank to hardwood?

You can transition from vinyl plank to hardwood by using T-bar transition strips. You should use transition strips when your floors are different heights, and when there’s a noticeable difference in style/pattern. You can either use an adhesive construction glue to install the strip or use screws.

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Are Provenza floors scratch resistant?

Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP floor collections are durable, scratch, stain and fade resistant, easy to clean and maintain, hypoallergenic and perfect for busy households with pets, children and daily traffic.

What’s the difference between LVT and LVP?

LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tile) and LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank) are two different types of luxury vinyl flooring. LVT is vinyl flooring designed in a tile shape, whereas LVP is vinyl flooring designed in planks to resemble traditional hardwood floor planks.

Is Provenza flooring SPC or WPC?

Thank you for your Provenza MaxCore LVP Engineered SPC Waterproof flooring purchase. Our MaxCore LVP ESPC Waterproof floors are beautiful, durable and backed by industry standard warranty coverage.

Where is Provenza vinyl flooring made?

Holland

Featuring a wide plank European Oak (Made in Holland) with a light to heavy wire brush and multi-stain process that is hand finished in the USA by Provenza master wood crafters.

What is MaxCore LVP?

MaxCore LVP is a waterproof floating floor that comes with an attached underlayment pad, but is not intended to act as a moisture barrier.

How do you clean a Provenza?

Use Provenza Wash & Care Floor Cleaner spray along with the Microfiber Mop Set to clean areas that have become soiled. Spray a small amount of cleaner on a soft dry cloth, then wipe to remove marks and dirt. This cleaner will not leave streaks or a film and can be used as often as desired.

What do you need to install LVP?

Tools

  1. Crowbar.
  2. Level.
  3. Chalk Line.
  4. Utility Knife or Power Saw (Depending on Plank Type)
  5. Square Tool.
  6. Tape Measure.
  7. Sander.
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How do you install a fireplace LVP?

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So today we're gonna talk about installing laminate up to a fireplace. Well there's a few different ways that you can do this the way I like to do is try to undercut the fireplace.

Can LVP go in front of fireplace?

LVT is flammable, and you must have non-flammable flooring in front of a wood burning fireplace.

Is LVP flammable?

Like any other flooring material, vinyl is a flammable product. While the planks themselves may be flame-resistant, the adhesives or VOC’s may be highly flammable.

Can you put laminate flooring around a fireplace?

Safety and Laminate Flooring Near a Fireplace. That’s why you should always have a fireplace screen in place to protect your home. You should also leave at least two feet between your fireplace and the laminate floor — that’s usually the size of a hearth.

What are the disadvantages of vinyl plank flooring?

Some disadvantages of vinyl flooring include:

  • Cannot be repaired.
  • Can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Shorter lifespan than wood floors.
  • No impact, or negative impact, on home resale value.
  • Difficult to remove, especially if adhesive is used during installation.
  • Not eco-friendly; difficult to recycle.


What goes in front of fireplace on floor?

1. Laminate Flooring. Laminate flooring looks like wood but is made from a synthetic material that makes it extremely durable. It makes an ideal choice in front of a fireplace because laminate flooring can withstand the heat given off by the fireplace.

What is the floor in front of a fireplace called?

hearth

The hearth refers to the horizontal floor area of stone directly in front of the firebox opening. A hearth is usually as wide as the firebox and the legs combined. Its depth is strictly circumscribed anywhere from 18 inches to 24 inches.

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What is the metal thing in the fireplace?

A spark arrestor is typically a metal/mesh covering that when properly fitted to your chimney’s cap will prevent embers or sparks from popping out of the flue (from a burning fire in the fireplace below) while also stopping animals or debris from getting inside.

What does a damper do in a fireplace?

A chimney damper prevents conditioned (warmed or cooled) house air from escaping through the flue when you’re not using the fireplace. You need to open the damper when you start a fire to allow for proper airflow and let the smoke out.

Why is there a hole in the back of my fireplace?

Designed to hold old fire ashes, fireplace ash pits range from large pits holding years of ashes to small pits holding ashes from a few fires. These pits are recessed in masonry or other fire-resistant materials so that hot ashes do not accidentally reach wood or other flammable materials.

What is an ash dump door?

Ash Dump Doors are constructed of 16 gauge powder coated steel or 304 stainless steel. They fit the standard 4″ x 8″ ash dump opening in the floor of the fire box.

What is the thing around a fireplace called?

The hearth is built out of a fireproof material, such as bricks, and extends out beyond the fireplace. The surround protects the walls around the fireplace and is often topped by a decorative mantel, perfect for hanging Christmas stockings or holding family pictures.