Based in Minnesota, Cambria is the only family-owned, American-made producer of natural quartz surfaces. In a world that is constantly outsourcing services, they stand out by offering an unmatched level of quality and customer service. Their quartz is the truest white in the market. Designing countertops from pure quartz allows for more consistent color when dying the material. Pure quartz also helps ensure a clearer visual quality that lasts.
As you work with Cambria, you'll experience a high level of quality of customer service throughout the entire process. Their quality control process is also highly meticulous; Cambria’s craftspeople check and recheck the material quality at every step of the manufacturing and fabrication processes. They also offer a lifetime limited warranty on their natural quartz surfaces, so once your countertops are installed, you can have peace of mind knowing they stand behind their products and work.
Why choose quartz over other materials?
Quartz is a nonporous, nonabsorbent material, which means your countertop won’t absorb moisture and bacteria from raw foods or anything else that finds its way into your kitchen or bathrooms. Marble and granite, on the other hand, require tedious maintenance—regularly sealing and polishing—to keep you counters looking as they should. With quartz you can simply wipe it down with a bit of warm water and soap, and you’re a good to go! Quartz is also more durable than granite and marble; it's less likely to scratch, chip, or stain. You should be able to enjoy your virtually flawless quartz countertop for many years to come.
Not only is Cambria uncompromising when it comes to quality, they are also environmentally conscious. 100% of the water they use is recycled, saving an estimated 1.6 billion gallons of water per year. All of their quartz is obtained by conscientious partners as well.
For all of your Ames home improvement services, call Cyclone Contracting! We intsall Cambria quartz and other type of kitchen and bathroom countertop materials and can remodel any room in your home. Fill out an online form to schedule a free remodeling consultation with us, and download our free ebook below to learn about what to consider before replacing your countertops, how to establish a realistic budget, and what materials you should consider for your space.