Cambria, Asheville, NCAugust 14th, 2017
Cambria countertops are made almost entirely of pure quartz, making them one of the most durable surfaces available today for your Asheville, NC home.
When you are trying to decide between all the choices available to you for your new home remodeling project, you may be overwhelmed with the options. It is more than simply selecting the color palate you enjoy; it’s also about picking a countertop and stone accents that will last a lifetime. At Vandelay Stone Tops, we understand it can be challenging to decide which materials work best for your home, and one excellent option we like to recommend is Cambria countertops.
- Durable – Cambria countertops are made almost entirely of pure quartz, making them one of the most durable surfaces available today. You can rely on Cambria counters to be less susceptible to damage, and you can customize the stone to meet your needs.
- Resistant – Because of their non-porous surface, Cambria countertops are great for cooking and other high-impact use. They will not absorb bacteria and other items left behind, making them safe to use every day.
- Low Maintenance – You’ll find Cambria countertops are incredibly easy to maintain, only requiring a mild soap and water to clean their surface and keep them looking great all year long.
If you’re looking for countertop and stone accent options that may outlast your time in your Asheville, NC home, Cambria countertops are an excellent choice for you. When you come see us at Vandelay Stone Tops, we will be happy to discuss if Cambria counters are the right option for you. When you work with us, you can choose any stone supplier, and we are able to order, fabricate and install your selection, so your home looks like new in three easy steps. When you have our team at Vandelay Stone Tops on your side, you will have all the help you need in designing the perfect space. Contact us or visit today to get started.
At Vandelay Stone Tops, we can install Cambria countertops in Asheville, Waynesville, Sylva, Bryson City, Cherokee, and Mills River, North Carolina.