Cambria is a family-run business with over 60 years’ experience as well as being the leading quartz company in America. Cambria offers more than 130 designs which, as well as being stunning to look at, offer uncompromising quality and unbeatable performance -- for a lifetime. Unlike granite and marble, which require sealing and polishing, Cambria surfaces merely need wiping clean with a little warm water and mild soap or detergent. Cambria surfaces are easy to clean on a daily basis as the quartz is non-porous and non-absorbent, so they won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, or harbour harmful bacteria.
Cambria is also, it is claimed, harder than granite or marble and therefore more durable. That means Cambria surfaces are less likely to scratch, chip, or stain and under normal domestic use will give you a lifetime of flawless finish.
Those who like a clean conscience as well as a clean kitchen will be pleased to hear that Cambria quartz is responsibly obtained and processed, with 100% of the water used to polish surfaces being recycled -- saving an estimated 1.6 billion gallons of water per year.
Cambria has recently introduced eight new designs in three distinct and beautiful collections as well as a new matt finish. With the addition of these latest designs, Cambria now offers 133 designs in nine collections. The Marble Collection includes Swanbridge, Carrick and Weybourne, offering the classic, sought-after sophistication of marble, but none of the maintenance. Helmsley, Harlech and Princetown are three distinctive, rich and exceptional designs that make an impressive statement in any space. Hadley adds more depth with a bold navy design and unlimited versatility in the Desert Collection.
Benefits of Cambria
High flexural strength
Easy to care for
Why Quartz worktops?
Quartz worktops are supremely strong. They are made from engineered stone, so you won’t find surfaces that are stronger. Built to last, you can pretty much throw anything at them -- though hopefully it won’t come to that. You also get a wider range of colours than you would from natural stone. This is again due to its engineered nature making it possible to create a broader colour range to suit any design scheme.