Cambria Quartz Countertops

Cambria Portrush countertop and backsplash in kitchen.

What is Cambria Quartz?

Quartz is a natural material, in fact, it's one of the hardest minerals on Earth. This makes quartz a great material to be used in countertops. However these countertops are not quarried like granite and marble, Cambria countertops are what we call "engineered countertops." This means that the quartz is combined with binders and pigments to create incredible surfaces. As the manufacturing process allows the addition of pigments, a wide range of colors and styles are available, including ones that look like natural stone countertops such as granite and marble!

Cambria countertop and backsplash in tuxedo kitchen

Benefits of Cambria Quartz

The main benefits of quartz countertops include being durable, nonabsorbent, and maintenance-free. There is no resealing necessary like with granite countertops.

Quartz countertops are scratch-resistant and will dull your knives if you uses them directly on the surface. You should use a cutting board.

Being nonabsorbent makes quartz stain-resistant and limits the ability of bacteria growth.

Cleaning is as simple as washing with warm water, you can use a mild soap as well if you desire.

Cambria Quartz Uses

With Cambria, countertops are just the start!

The material can be used for a variety of projects, such as wall cladding, furniture, trim/accents, fireplace surround, and flooring or stairs!

With the 200+ designs available from Cambria, there is something to fit the style you love.

A reason why designers love Cabria quartz is because it is available in large slab sizes. Enabling them to create stunning layouts.

Cambria quartz fireplace surround cladding

What to avoid with quartz countertops?

While quartz countertops have some great benefits, like all countertops there are some downsides you should consider. Do not place hot pots and pans directly on the countertop, use a pot holder, hot pad, or trivet. Do not expose Cambria countertops to abrasive, strong alkaline, acid, free radicals, oxidizers, or other cleaners of the like. Be very aware of these potential damages to its surface. Cambria quartz countertops are not rated for outside use. 

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Cambria Quartz FAQs

Below you will find some Frequently Asked Questions about Cambria Quartz.

How does Cambria compare to Granite?

With Cambria you get the look and feel of granite while getting greater strength and the benefit of it being nonabsorbent and maintenance-free! Cambria is stain-resistant and never needs sealing or reconditioning, so you can spend less time worrying and more time enjoying your kitchen.

How is Cambria different than other quartz countertops?

Cambria offers significantly different design options and use their knowledge and skilled American craftsmanship to be responsive to the marketplace and put out countertops that people are searching for. Cambria also offers a higher quartz content than some other options and they're the only American company in the quartz surfaces industry.

How does Cambria's price compare to other natural stone competitors?

Generally, Cambria is going to be comparable in price to granite.

What thicknesses is Cambria available in?

To fit the wide range of applications, Cambria quartz is offered in 1cm, 2cm, and 3cm thicknesses. There are also various edge profiles that can make the slab appear to be thicker than it is.

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