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Cambria Performs Beautifully. Every Day.

Your countertops go through a lot. Scratches, stains and the stresses of everyday life. No other surface on the market offers such a perfect harmony of performance and beauty. Only Cambria can meet both the needs of your lifestyle and the demands of your inspiration.
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Discover the Cambria Difference – More Durable than Granite

Beauty endures with Cambria. Cambria surfaces are 93% pure quartz. Granite typically only contains 40–60% quartz, along with more porous, weaker minerals. That’s why granite is more susceptible to damage.

Cambria’s durability also means you can be more creative with it. Draw daring edge shapes with wider overhangs to create a kitchen like no other.

Safer, Too

Cambria is made for those who truly love to cook. Because it’s nonporous and nonabsorbent, it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria. It gives off zero emissions, and no radon. There is no safer stone surface for food preparation, period.

All Cambria surfaces are certified by GREENGUARD® as a low-emitting product for indoor air quality, making Cambria suitable even for school environments. Cambria has also been tested for radon by Air Quality Sciences, Inc. These tests have independently confirmed that Cambria surfaces have no harmful emissions of any kind.

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Just use warm water and mild soap to clean. Unlike granite and marble, quartz doesn’t need periodic sealing, polishing or reconditioning. You won’t have to work with messy oils or dangerous chemicals—there’s no cost of upkeep for Cambria once it’s installed.

Stop by and visit Wilsonart at the show or visit their website now for additional information.

AEONBugWilsonart LogoWilsonart AEON technology is applied to both High Definition and Premium finishes, which gives consumers a countertop surface that is three to five times more scratch, scuff and wear-resistant than traditional laminate surfaces.

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