What is Cambria Quartz?Cambria is a brand of Quartz countertops. This brand of Quartz is a lower maintenance countertop option, as compared to Granite & Marble. It is a quartz stone surface, recognized as a superior choice in countertop materials. Quartz has a stunning cosmetic appeal and is one of the hardest materials in nature. Cambria countertops consist of 93% natural quartz stone and require no maintenance, even with heavy use. Cambria is only available through exclusive dealers. International Granite and Stone is Florida's Cambria Quartz Premier Partner.
Family Owned American MadeCambria prides itself on being the only family-owned, American-made producer of natural quartz surfaces.
About Cambria Quartz CountertopsNothing about Cambria’s beginning was very strategic. “It just kind of happened,” says Cambria President and CEO Marty Davis. It all began when Marty Davis' friend put him onto this new investment opportunity. The Davis’s studied the opportunity and ultimately Mark Davis, Marty’s father, made a personal investment in a northern Minnesota business start-up in the late ‘90s. They loved the company’s technology and quartz product, but didn’t know much more than that about the operation. But taking risks was something the Davis family was familiar with. Entrepreneurial instinct is a family legacy that began with Stan and Mark Davis, who owned small creameries that eventually lead to the formation of Davisco Foods International, an international leader in the dairy industry. Excerpt from Cambria's website | The Cambria Legacy
What Makes Cambria Quartz the best Countertop?Let's take a look at some Milestones that made Cambria Quartz the best countertop in the world.
- 2000 the year the Davis family decides to enter the quartz surface business after being presented with the opportunity to buy quartz processing equipment.
- 2001 the year Cambria Quartz opens its facility in Le Sueur, MN. Cambria begins business as a tile manufacturer with an arrangement to provide slabs to DuPont
- 2003 the year Cambria Quartz breaks from DuPont and ventures out on its own into the countertop sector, offering 33 unique designs of quartz slabs.
- 2003 Also in this year Cambria Quartz