Countertops Bring Style and Substance to Your Kitchen
Whether you’re remodeling your kitchen or just looking for a way to brighten things up, a new countertop is a great way to beautify your kitchen. Available in granite, solid surface, and
quartz; our countertops come in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures.
So sit back and relax. From the initial selection to our professional installation we’ll help you choose the perfect countertop that complements your kitchen remodeling project.
As a Cambria Quartz Premier Dealer, we have on display in our Design Studio several Cambria designs. For more information on Cambria Quartz Countertops, use the links below:
Countertops come in many different materials. Here are some advantages of each
Other surfaces like granite and marble require regular sealing and polishing. Cambria is naturally stain resistant and maintenance free. Simply clean with warm water and a soft cloth. A mild soap is optional.
STRENGTH AND DURABILITY
Cambria is much harder than granite or marble, making it more durable. That means Cambria is less likely to scratch or chip for years of flawless performance. In addition, Cambria allows for longer countertop overhangs than granite or marble, which require supports beyond 10 inches.
A HEALTHY HOME
Cambria is nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria. Cambria offers peace of mind with hygienic surfaces for your kitchen, bath, and more.
When it comes to beauty, nothing can compare. Cambria’s continual innovation leads to the most captivating selection of designs in the world to create a lasting impression in any space.
Our dedicated artisans ensure the highest quality at every step of the process, and we confidently offer a FULL LIFETIME WARRANTY.
Cambria is responsibly obtained by conscientious partners. In addition, 100% of the water we use to polish our surfaces is recycled, saving an estimated 1.6 billion gallons of water per year.
Granite is Strong & Durable
Much of the activity that takes place in your household takes place on your kitchen counter. Granite is one of the most durable materials around, so it’s perfect for countertops. When properly maintained, granite countertops are nearly impossible to scratch or chip. When treated
It’s not as Expensive as You Think
Granite is such a luxurious material, people assume it’s outrageously expensive. Surprisingly, it doesn’t have to be.
Stain & Heat Resistant
When you apply the appropriate sealant to your granite countertops on a regular basis, the stone becomes nearly impossible to stain. Granite is vulnerable to scratching if you use abrasive detergents and cleaners, so stick to mild cleansers and sponges, or soft towels. Also, since granite is formed by heat and pressure, it’s resistant to heat should you accidentally leave a hot pan on the counter.
No Two Pieces of Granite are the Same
Granite occurs naturally and is dug straight out of the ground, so each color and each combination of veins and patterns will vary from piece to piece. No matter your taste – from black to white, and everything in between.
Marble is a natural stone, so it’s more resistant to scratching, cracking and breaking than many other available countertop materials. In spite of its durability, marble is softer than granite, so it’s possible to incorporate attractive design elements, such as fancy edges, during the fabrication process.
Marble slabs are available in tan, black, white, red, gray, and even green. Whether you want your countertops to be darker or lighter, you can easily find something that’ll work for you and your kitchen. The versatility of marble makes it able to mesh with a variety of design ideas, and skilled installers can cut the slab to fit your kitchen, whatever its layout may be.
Quartzite is a natural stone that is similar to granite in regard to hardness and porosity. With quartzite, you will be able to have a completely natural countertop material that can withstand heat and other damage as long as it is sealed and cared for.
Because quartzite is a completely natural material, stains can go below the surface without a proper seal. When it’s sealed as often as it should be, cleanup is a breeze.
If you want natural beauty in your home, you can’t go wrong with quartzite. The slabs are literally mined from the earth’s crust and later cut into the perfect shape. Quartzite’s color is usually white or gray, but it is possible to find other colors as well. The other colors in the quartzite mean iron oxide or other minerals impacted the color.
Natural also means you won’t find two slabs that are exactly the same. You will find different streaking and patterns from slab to slab because of the different degrees of pressure that occurred during its formation. While you may not have the color choices you would get with other materials such as quartz, you know what you get will be high quality, completely natural, and unique.