There’s no shortage of choices in material when it comes to countertops, but Cambria certainly makes a strong case for quartz. And we mean that literally. Cambria quartz surfaces are harder than granite and marble, which makes them more resistant to chips and scratches, and they are nonabsorbent, which makes them resistant to stains such as coffee rings and wine spills. On top of all that, Cambria requires very little maintenance—no sealing is needed, and cleanup is as simple as warm water, a soft cotton cloth, and mild soap, if desired.
Another reason to choose quartz for your countertops? Cambria offers a wide range of innovative design options, from a minimalist solid white to rich earth tones with subtle organic patterns to bold black-and-white marbling. Cambria even offers a Complimentary Design Consultation Service—meet with experts at a Cambria showroom or virtually to answer all your questions about quartz surfaces and receive guidance on design ideas for your home.
Take a look at some ways to use quartz all over the house.