We are obviously big believers in the power of countertops!  A stylish countertop can tie a space together and elevate the elegance of a room, whereas, an outdated one can immediately bring an area down.  With that much riding on the product, we are pretty picky about which counters we’ll sell to our family, friends, and customers.  However, with some brands like Cambria Countertops, it’s a no brainer.  Cambria is, hands down, one of our favorite countertop options and we are proud to have the largest Cambria showroom in the Midwest!

What do we love about this product?

 1. Widest Selection Available On The Market Today: Cambria offers a wide array of designs, patterns, and colors, making their selection the world’s largest and most diverse. Click here to see all Cambria’s designs and colors.

2. Durability: Cambria surfaces are durable and stronger than granite. In addition, Cambria countertops are NSF 51 certified for both food and splash zones and are nonporous, reducing the potential for bacterial growth and making them as safe as stainless steel for food preparation.

3. The Perfect Style For Any Home: Cambria countertops are available in more than 100 designs. Color options range from calm neutrals to bright modern styles, creating enough variety for any aesthetic.  Do you need additional color inspiration?  Check out the complementary line of paint offered by Benjamin Moore.  Cambria and Benjamin Moore have joined forces to develop an online paint color selection tool that will help you match any of the 63 shades of Cambria countertops to complementary paint colors.

4.  Cambria Goes Green: We love an environmentally friendly company and Cambria certainly qualifies as such!  Cambria quartz is primarily mined in North America, resulting in lower transportation requirements than other quartz surfacing products produced outside the United States. In addition, during processing, 100% of the water used in Cambria’s plant and fabrication facilities is recycled through a series of advanced settling and filtering techniques. Lastly, all scrap material is collected and used as road base material on local construction projects.

Ready to see it for yourself?  Stop by our  showroom today!

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