New Arrivals From Cambria Quartz
We’ve proudly been working with Cambria on quartz countertops for years. They also create backsplashes, wall cladding, fireplaces, and furniture.
Cambria Quartz is made out of pure quartz, pigment, and a binding material — one of the only suppliers with such purity. They use a multitude of sizes of quartz in order to create the least porous and purest quartz countertop.
Because of this, it is one of the few quartz providers that is truly non-porous, non-stainable, and scratch resistant.
Inverness Bristol Bay
Brass Satin Ridge
Windsor Steel Satin Ridge
Why Quartz? Compare with Other Materials
Would you like a truly clean countertop? Because it’s not porous like granite, quartz is easier to clean and keep bacteria-free. Quartz is also harder than granite, making it more durable and less likely to stain or scorch.
Quartz shares marble’s elegance, but it’s much harder—and much less likely to blemish—so that elegance lasts.
Quartz is as practical as it is sophisticated. Concrete needs time to cure; it cracks over the years and generally requires more maintenance.
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Quartz Pros and Cons
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 nonabsorbent, 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.
- Quartz is heat and burn resistant and is designed to handle up to 300degrees. However, it can be damaged if subjected to higher temperatures, especially over longer periods of time. Pot holders and trivets can be used to avoid issues.
- Though quartz countertops are not approved for outdoor use, quartz may be used in outdoor kitchens with full overhead coverage from the elements.
We offer free design services in addition to our full suite of products necessary for your projects.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help.
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