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Differences between Cambria Quartz and Granite.

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

Because Cambria is more durable you can be more creative with it.

Draw daring edge shapes with wider overhangs to create a kitchen like no other.

Cambria is a safer quartz countertop. Because it’s non porous and non absorbant  , 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. And it is Greenguard certified.

Caring for Cambria is easy. Just use warm water and mild soap to clean. Unlike granite and marble, quartz doesn’t need periodic sealing, polishing or reconditioning. There is no cost of upkeep for Cambria once it is installed. DSC_0072

 

 

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