Cambria Quartz Countertops
If you're considering granite or other stone surfaces for your kitchen or bath, take a closer
look at the benefits of Cambria.
Discover the warmth and richness that can only be found in natural quartz surfaces – where
elegance and beauty meet function and lasting durability. With an endless palette of dazzling colors showcasing the depth and character of natural quartz, you'll see why more and more
homeowners are asking for Cambria by name. Bring your dream kitchen or bath to life today – Discover yourself in Cambria!
Strength & Durability- Cambria has performed numerous laboratory tests to prove that
Cambria natural quartz surfaces are twice as strong as granite. It's a surface that is truly everlasting.
Maintenance Free - No sealing, polishing or reconditioning is needed. Simply wash with
warm water. It's that simple. Plus, unlike granite, Cambria will resist stains from fruit juices, food coloring, coffee, tea, wine, grape juice, nail polish and felt tip markers.
Food Safe - Unlike granite, Cambria has been certified by NSF International for use as a food preparation surface. Cambria is totally non-porous, making cleanup easy and preventing food
and moisture from penetrating its surface — the main source of growth for harmful bacteria.
All Natural - Cambria is created from pure natural quartz, an
extremely hard stone crystal mined directly from the earth. In fact, quartz is the hardest non-precious stone that can be found in the earth's surface.
Everlasting Value - With its beauty and performance advantages over granite, a Cambria kitchen countertop or bathroom vanity will add value to your home.
Guaranteed - As the only producer of quartz surfaces in the United States, Cambria is covered by a 10-year limited warranty.
The closer you look, the more you'll discover the benefits of Cambria over other surfaces. With Cambria, you'll not only
add the warmth and beauty of natural quartz, but the strength and durability that can only be found in natural quartz. Your dream home begins with Cambria!
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