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That said, natural stone might not always be the best option. Engineered quartz surfaces such as Cambria countertops have much to offer that may be lacking in natural stones. Cambria is a compound of 93% quartz materials, with the remaining 7% comprised of polymer resins and pigments. It is a synthetic product with many of the benefits of natural stone, with few of its drawbacks.






Cambria countertops can simulate the look and feel of natural stones to a certain extent. It is true that they cannot attain the uniqueness of granite or marble, of which no two slabs are exactly alike. However, this is not always a good thing. It can be very difficult to find matching natural stones, which can be a problem if you are trying to achieve a consistent look in your kitchen, living room, or bathroom.
Cambria countertops are available in many colors and designs that are always available, and it would be a wonder if you cannot find one to match any design or color scheme. Because it is a synthetic stone, the colors and patterns will be consistent for easy matching. You can also get Cambria slabs in different shapes and sizes. That is not the case for natural stone, which is a case of what you see is what you get. You cannot order a slab to your specifications, but only work with what is available.



Usage of Cambria

Cambria quartz slabs have taken the place of natural stone as the best material for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, and fireplace surrounds.  These are not the same as natural quartz slabs, which does not have the same resilience and versatility.

Cambria products are ideal as work surfaces in the kitchen and bathroom because of its functional features. It also makes an attractive stone for use as fireplace surrounds or mantles.  Other uses of Cambria include bathroom tiles and floors.

Benefits of Camria Countertops

Cambria countertops look and feel much like granite and marble. They are quite beautiful and elegant, sure to elevate the look of any room in the home you put them in. They are also durable as well as scratch- and heat-resistant, which is why they are popular for use in kitchens and bathrooms.

Unlike most natural stones, however, Cambria stones are non-porous, so they are stain-resistant as well. Sealing or waxing is not necessary, and so it requires little or no maintenance.

Another great benefit of Cambria products is it is 100% sourced and manufactured in the US. The owner of the company is the Davis Family, operating out of Eden Prairie in Minnesota. The same company started out as a producer of cheese for Kraft Foods, but also took on the task of developing kitchen countertops that would be safe for food preparation. Cambria countertops are only available through exclusive dealers. We can offer you a choice of Cambria slabs for your needs.

Affordable Cambria Counter Tops

Some people consider Cambria countertops too expensive considering there are more affordable options available. Others believe that engineered quartz is not as good as natural stone, so the cost cannot be justified. There are quite a few reasons why these preferences may not be the most practical, and makes the case for Cambria countertops.
As to specifics, you can expect to pay between $50 and $100 a square foot for a new Cambria countertop, including installation. This does not include sinks or plumbing costs, and associated materials.
It should be noted that Cambria countertops are a bit heavier than other stone countertops, so it is not a job for a do it yourselfer. If you are looking to save on installation costs, Cambria countertops are not for you. Our accredited and insured installers can make sure that the job is done right so you can avoid problems later on.

How Healthy

One of the biggest problems with natural stones is porosity. Granite and marble are both porous, so they need regular sealed to keep it from staining and harboring bacteria, mold, and mildew. Cambria countertops are non-porous, so there is no problem with using it for food preparation. This is what makes it ideal for kitchen countertops. It is almost as hygienic as stainless steel, which is why it has certification for this use from the National Sanitation Foundation.

How Durable

Some people argue that natural stone such as granite is durable, and resistant to scratches and heat, so it is as good as Cambria stone. However, by its composition there is no comparison. Granite gets its hardness from the quartz in its makeup. Quartz rates a 7 in the Mohs harness scale for minerals, but the typical granite stone has no more than 60% quartz, and some only have 20% quartz. Cambria stone, on the other hand, is about 93% quartz, so it is obvious that Cambria will be much tougher than granite under all circumstances.
Cambria stone may not be a natural stone, but it is certainly durable. It is able to withstand a considerable amount of pressure and heat, primarily due to the use of high quality materials and tight control imposed over its production. While they are not indestructible, they can take a lot of use and abuse, much more than natural stones.
It is not surprising that the company gives its products a Lifetime Limited Warranty. With minimal maintenance and reasonable care, you can expect your countertops to last for that long.


Cambria countertops are easy to clean because it is non-porous and non-reactive. It does not stain or etch like granite or marble, so all you really need is to wipe it down regularly with a clean dry cloth. You can also use a mild detergent or glass cleaner followed by clean water and a dry cloth for more significant messes and oils. You can also use a bleach solution to sanitize surfaces if you want.


Stone countertops are always going to be a plus in any home, especially if you choose a classic color and design. Cambria countertops can help you achieve a cohesive and consistent look to your kitchen, bathroom, and living room. It is an investment you will not regret.





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