If you’ve been thinking about getting a new kitchen counter you have probably been wondering whether there have been any complaints about Cambria quartz.
Fortunately, there have been little to no complaints about this type of countertop. People have been thrilled with their quartz counters and happy that they went ahead and made the purchase.
Update: Make sure to read the comments below. There have been some consistent complaints about resin pooling but I’ll show you how to avoid the problem.
Related: What are the prices of Cambria?
Quartz countertops don’t have a lot of variation in their appearance like granite counters do. On the other hand, however, granite doesn’t have the wonderful gleaming shine to it that a quartz countertop does and therein lies the ongoing debate.
Almost every company that offers engineered quartz such as DuPont, Cosentino and Cambria offer warranties against manufacturing defects for up to 10 years. Since quartz is the strongest mineral in the world that’s not a gemstone, it’s easy for these companies to offer this type of warranty with absolute certainty.
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Cambria is scratch and heat resistant and they also resist staining. You won’t find a quartz countertop dulling over the years either and can expect the shine to last virtually a lifetime. It’s not a common complaint of Cambria.
The only thing that you need to avoid when you’re a quartz countertop owner is cleaning it with any type of abrasive cleaner or scrubber. You’ll never have to resort to this type of scrubbing since the countertop can be easily cleaned using mild soap and a soft rag.
Have there been many complaints about Cambria quartz? Not that we could find! Reviewers that have installed Cambria quartz in their kitchens have been more than thrilled with their decision and have no problem recommending it to others.