Cambria USA is a high-end leading manufacturer of engineered stone surfaces providing over 140 design and color options. This family-owned company boasts Cambria countertops are the only quartz surfaces exclusively Made in America.
Strength & Durability
Cambria is much harder than granite or marble making it more durable. That means Cambria is 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.
A Healthy Kitchen
Cambria is nonporous and non-absorbent, so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria.
Cambria quartz 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.
When it comes to beauty, nothing can compare to Cambria. But every one of Cambria’s designs are much more than just a pretty face. Look a little deeper and you’ll find the uncompromising quality and unbeatable performance that make Cambria the perfect choice for life.
Maintenance & Care
Cambria is maintenance free and requires no sealing or polishing. Simply wipe the surface with a soft cloth and warm water, and mild soap if desired, to keep your Cambria spotless.
Never use bleach and abrasive powders or scrubs like Comet®, Soft Scrub®, or S.O.S.® pads. In addition, never apply any sealers, penetrants, or topical treatments to Cambria. Such products will cause the surface to appear dull or inconsistent. If you wish to use a cleaner for things like dried-on spills, see our list of approved cleaners.
Too Hot to Handle
All-natural stone surfaces, including Cambria, can be damaged by sudden and excessive heat, especially near the edges, as well as direct and/or sustained heating on the top. Always be sure to put closed-weave hot pads or solid trivets under hot pots, pans, griddles, electric frying pans, slow cookers, and roaster ovens before placing them on Cambria.
Leave the Chemicals in the Closet
Corrosive chemicals can damage any surface, including Cambria. Do not expose Cambria to strong alkalines, acids, free radicals, oxidizers, or other similar chemicals or cleaners (whether high, neutral, or low pH).
For more information on Cambria, visit their website.