Cambria sells kitchen countertops that are made from natural pure quartz, which is combined with small quantities of resin and pigment. These quartz products are manufactured for kitchens, vanities, and floor tiles, and this material is nonporous, strong and resistant to stains, as noted by Cambria. Cambria offers 124 different quartz designs that can have the look of either granite or marble.
Some of the different design line names include Brittanicca, Ella, Aberdeen, Aragon, Bellingham, Ashford. Bala Blue and Canterbury. The Cambria Ella and Brittanicca designs have the look of marble, while the Brentwood has the appearance of weathered stone with colors that include charcoal and silver. All Cambria designs are available in a polished finish, but a few designs also come in a semi-polished finish. However, the company can also produce custom designs.
These quartz countertops come in thicknesses of 0.79 to 1.18 inches and edge thicknesses that range from 0.79 to 1.57 inches, according to Cambria. Additionally, there are numerous edge profiles for kitchen countertops, including mesa, cascade, glacial, basin, cornice and moraine.
Cambria quartz is stronger than granite and is relatively maintenance-free, as stated by the Cambria website. Similarly, unlike granite, this type of stone for countertops does not need either sealing or reconditioning. Cambria products also have the NSF 51 certification, which means that it is safe to prepare foods on these countertops. Cambria products have a lifetime warranty.