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Quartz Countertops


Made of the finest natural quartz they are distinctively durable, nonabsorbent, and easy to maintain. The Cambria brand provides robust service and support and a transferable Full Lifetime Warranty.

What Is Quartz

Quartz is one of the hardest minerals on Earth. Because of its strength and abundance, quartz is a popular and reliable choice for countertops. Quartz countertops are sometimes referred to as “engineered” or “man-made,” but quartz is in fact a natural stone. The amount of natural quartz in a slab depends on the quartz manufacturer. Cambria is among the highest concentration of pure quartz to ensure strong, compact slabs.

Reasons To Choose Cambria

Strength & Durability

Cambria is much harder than granite or marble making it more durable. That means Cambriais less likely to scratch, chip, or stain for years of worry-free service.


Other natural stone surfaces like 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.  


Cambria is nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria.


With quartz countertops, the pros outweigh the cons.

  • One of the main benefits of quartz countertops is that they are extremely durable.
  • Quartz countertops never have to be sealed, unlike granite, marble, and other surfaces that require regular maintenance.
  • Quartz countertops are also non-absorbent, so they resist staining and don’t harbor harmful bacteria.
  • Homeowners and designers also turn to quartz for its versatile and beautiful designs, colors, and patterns.
  • Quartz countertops are scratch-resistant, but due to their hardness, they may dull a knife that is used directly on the surface.
  • Like all natural stone countertops, quartz can be damaged by sudden changes in temperature. Potholders and trivets should be used to protect a quartz countertop from anything hot.
  • Though quartz countertops are not approved for outdoor use, quartz may be used in outdoor kitchens with full overhead coverage from the elements.

Quartz VS. Granite

Quartz countertops are stronger than granite countertops. Quartz is an extremely hard mineral. Granite also absorbs liquids and stains, while quartz is completely nonabsorbent. Quartz countertops are maintenance-free. Granite countertops need to be sealed and polished regularly. In addition, quartz can be fabricated for use in many unique applications that are not possible with granite or other stones.


Quartz countertops are much more durable than marble countertops. Marble scratches and stains easily, while quartz countertops resist scratching and staining. Marble countertops require frequent maintenance, but quartz countertops never need to be sealed or polished. Unlike marble, quartz is nonabsorbent, so staining liquids and harmful bacteria are never absorbed. In addition, acidic foods like lemon can cause etching on marble countertops, which is never a concern with quartz.

Quartz VS. Concrete

Unlike quartz, concrete is not a natural stone. Concrete is a mixture of water, cement, and an aggregate of sand or gravel. Concrete countertops are porous, susceptible to stains, and require sealing. Quartz countertops do not absorb liquids, do not stain, and never require maintenance. Concrete countertops are sometimes touted as a DIY project, but they are extremely heavy and difficult to install. When purchased from reputable companies and retailers, quartz countertops are installed in a smooth, expert process by professionals.


Quartz countertops are significantly more durable than soapstone countertops. Soapstone countertops etch and scratch easily and must be oiled regularly to maintain their appearance. Quartz countertops are scratch resistant and do not require any maintenance. Soapstone countertops have a soft, powdery feel to the touch and their appearance can change or darken over time. High-quality quartz countertops will maintain the same appearance over time without any upkeep.


Quartz countertops come in a wide range of colors, patterns, and tones making them a versatile option for many interior design styles. Quartz countertop colors range from solid, monochromatic hues to boldly patterned designs with intricate movement and veining. Many popular quartz designs showcase neutral or earth tones and reflect the look of granite, marble, or other stones. Quartz colors can also be unique and vibrant, including reds, blues, greens, and golds. Some quartz designs incorporate shimmer and sparkle, with jewel-like particles.



Bring your vision to life. Explore Cambria in our showroom and speak with one of Kitchen & Bath Worlds expert design consultants


Cambria makes the world’s finest countertops. And behind that confident statement is a confident industry-leading transferable Full Lifetime Warranty.

From Our Clients

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“We really love our new kitchen and we are enjoying it to the utmost. Having our kitchen done over has been such a positive experience. Thanks to you and your staff!”

The Weihlers

“We would like to thank you and your crews for the wonderful work you have done on our bathrooms and kitchen over the last two years. Your crew was neat, polite, and did great work. Our kitchen is fabulous and we appreciate the attention to detail that you gave it. It has been a pleasure working with you.”

The O'Neills

“We would like to thank you and the kitchen and bath team for our Dream Kitchen. The design you created was magnificent and took into account all of the elements we were looking for. We have received nothing but compliments on the design!”

The Hebers

“Our Bathroom is a delight, both beautiful and practical. The cabinetry that you designed is, of course, the highlight. In short, I love it!”

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