What Are Some Great Features Of Cambria Quartz Countertops?

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What Are Some Great Features Of Cambria Quartz Countertops?

What Are Some Great Features Of Cambria Quartz Countertops?

27 February 2020
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Cambria is a pure, natural quartz that is one of the hardest materials on earth. In recent years it has become a very popular material used for making countertops in homes and businesses as well. These are some of the great features of cambria and why it is the perfect material for building countertops.

It Is Stain Free

Cambria is a naturally stain free type of mineral, so this makes keeping your countertop clean much easier. Even harsh staining liquids such as hot coffee, red wine, or bleach will not be absorbed and there are never any worries of your countertop getting stained. Simply wipe the spill away and you never have to think about it again.

It Is Durable

Even granite and marble countertops may chip or crack if hit with normal force, but not cambria quartz. Cambria is ideal for high traffic kitchens or bars where the occasional scratch or chip might occur. However, the strong durability a quartz countertop cannot be scratched, will not chip, and can withstand even extreme force. You can even use the countertop as a cutting board without damaging it.

It Is Germ Resistant

Cambria quartz has a nonporous surface and countertops are built with an antimicrobial layer. Therefore, if you leave raw meats or other raw foods out on the countertop, it does not absorb water from raw foods which means bacteria does not grow on your countertop. There is no need to use harsh chemicals for cleaning your countertop, it can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. 

It Is Stylish And Beautiful

A cambria quartz countertop can bring new life to any room.  It is stylish enough to be used in kitchens, on a freestanding kitchen island, in bathrooms, and in any room that requires a countertop. The smooth, flawless look and feel of a cambria quartz countertop makes it ideal for restaurants, bars and pub, and grill businesses. The fresh, clean feel of a cambria countertop also gives customers the real sense of dining in a pristine establishment.

While having a cambria quartz countertop installed may cost more upfront than getting a marble or granite countertop, it pays for itself over and over in time. This is especially true if you are having it installed in a home you plan on spending the rest of your life in. Once the cambria quartz countertop is installed, it will most likely last the lifetime of the home or business it is installed in.

For more information, reach out to companies like Old World Stone.

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A few weeks ago, my sweet spouse brought home several tomato plants a friend had given him. My husband immediately put the small plants in pots. Every day, my spouse and I checked the plants to see whether they needed water. When the plants started growing tall, my spouse purchased stakes to brace them up with. He also invested in fertilizer to provide the plants with the nutrients they needed to grow. One day, when he went to look at the plants, he was excited to see several small tomatoes sprouting. That night, we celebrated our first gardening success as man and wife. On this blog, I hope you will discover simple gardening tips to help you grow your first crop of fruits or vegetables. Enjoy!

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