Countertops never get the day off. Handling daily abuse and looking beautiful at the same time is not easy. Choosing your countertops can be overwhelming with all the choices out there. This video Cambria Quartz explores three natural stone options and how they match up for durability, maintenance, porosity, hygiene, and, of course, beauty.
Cambria Quartz vs. Granite
Cambria 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, all you need to do is wipe it down with a little warm water and mild soap.
A Healthy Kitchen
Cambria is nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria.
Cambria Performs Beautifully.
A slab of granite is usually priced starting at $60 a square foot but the prices rise quickly from that point on. For quartz countertops, you’ll generally be paying anywhere from $67 up to $95 per square foot.