Buxton Cambria stone isn’t 100% stone. Instead, it is a brand name of an engineered type of stone called Quartz stone formed by pressurizing sandstone – 93% quartz and 7% binding resins. But subtle as its message portrays, Cambria quartz is a high-end choice known for its resilience and ease of maintenance. Ideally, a Cambria countertop is incredibly straightforward to maintain and repair, unlike some other types.
The most common pure quartz countertops come in either white or grey shades, although there are more. However, before you pay a visit to our showrooms and get to select the most suitable material for your Cambria Countertop NJ, the following are some other types of Cambria Quartz stones.
In our showroom, you will find dozens of valuable Buxton Cambria designs as they are more in number than all the other types. The difference in their colors and some specific properties is because of the impurities found in the lake where the sandstone was sourced from and their unique iron oxide compounds. Basically, the individual shades are a result of the stone’s recrystallized portions and they combine with the beautiful glass-like appearance to create stunningly beautiful stone varieties.
Of course, this is an adorable choice. It isn’t an ideal choice for sculptures, but for your shower and the area around the fireplace, trust Cambria never to disappoint. Also, the best thing about any surface covered with Cambria slabs is the freedom of choosing what type of finish one would require.
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