Cambria Countertops - Quartz Kitchen Countertops

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Cambria countertops

Cambria is the only American company producing quartz kitchen countertops. These beautiful natural surfaces, sometimes called “engineered stone”, are one of the strongest and most durable countertops you can install. Cambria countertops boast the style and feel of granite countertops, but they offer superior sanitary properties and are also incredibly easy to clean and care for.

Cambria was founded in 2001 and produces 225 tonnes of quartz surfaces each day from its premises in Minneapolis, Chicago, Indianapolis and Atlanta. It is one of the most trusted and respected producers of kitchen countertops in the United States.

When you compare the cost of Cambria quartz with other varieties imported from outside the United States it is easy to see the significant savings you can enjoy. These savings are simply explained by the fact that Cambria’s countertop products do not have to have to be shipped across the Atlantic from Europe.

Cambria quartz has several advantages over granite countertops. For a start, they have been proven to be twice as strong as granite, with a super-smooth finish that resists scratching and other damage better than almost any other countertop material.

The variety of colors available in Cambria’s range is truly impressive. With over 25 unique trademarked color combinations, from Snowdon White to Bristol Blue and Flint Black you’ll be spoiled for choice. And for fans of more natural granite-style colors, Cambria’s new Quarry Collection will be very appealing.

Since natural surfaces like Cambria can be damaged by direct heat, it is always important not to place pots and pans directly from the cooktop on your countertop. Instead, be sure to always use a hot pad to avoid any damage to your Cambria countertop.














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