Cambria Performs Beautifully. Every Day.
When it comes to beauty, nothing can compare to CAMBRIA Quartz. But every one of Cambria’s designs are much more than just a pretty face. Look a little deeper and you’ll find the uncompromising quality and unbeatable performance that make CAMBRIA Quartz the perfect choice for life.
Cambria is a natural, quartz surfacing product that has a variety of uses in your home or business such as countertops, floor tile, vanities, fireplace surrounds, wet bars, showers, etc. Cambria is pure, natural quartz, one of the hardest and most common minerals on Earth.
Cambria countertops consist of
93% natural quartz stone
and require no maintenance
Strength & Durability
CAMBRIA Quartz is much harder than granite or marble making it more durable. That means Cambria is less likely to scratch, chip, or stain for years of flawless service.
Granite and marble require regular sealing and polishing. With CAMBRIA Quartz, all you need to do is wipe it down with a little warm water and mild soap.
Quartz Compared To Other Countertop Surfaces
Comparable. Quartz counters because they are both harder than natural stone and they provide more design options. Slab granite may have irregularities and soft minerals that weaken it. But quartz counters have toughness built in. From a design perspective, quartz and pigments can be combined to produce an almost infinite range of styles. You are not limited by whatever slab happens to come out of the quarry.
Not comparable. Corian is the most prominent brand example of a solid surface countertop. Solid surfaces are more plastic feeling to the touch and they scratch easier. From a resale value standpoint, quartz counters are considered higher value than a solid surface.
Not close to comparable. Cambria is a dense, solid counter material, whereas laminate is a thin veneer glued onto an MDF core. Laminate is considerably more hollow feeling and provides a vastly lower resale value.