Cambria is engineered of 93% quartz and 7% binding resins. The manufacturing process ensures a high level of durability, supported by the natural resistance of the quartz, which scales seven on the Mohs Hardness Scale (on which diamond is a ten). You will not find a more resilient material on the market today.
In addition to its practical properties, Cambria also has aesthetic advantages. The variety of colors available is amazing. You are certain to find the pattern and combination that will suit the rest of your room. You can go for calm, low key tones or you can go “wild” with colors that are more vibrant. You can also choose the shape of the edges. Being an engineered material, it can take a wide range of shapes.
If you want an additional proof for the quality of the Cambria countertops, you should know that they are exclusively made in the United States, whereas other quartz surfacing products are imported.