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Cambria Surfaces

One of many quartz brands that are offered to customers seeking just the right surfaces for the home or business. Cambria offers quartz surfaces for use in kitchens, bathrooms and even for other surfaces in residential and commercial projects. Many consumers are continuing to choose quartz surfaces for their projects. Yet, fabricating quartz materials takes some basic know how and equipment. In this article we will take a look at quartz from Cambria and review the color selection. Then we will briefly mention what diamond blades we offer to cut Cambria and how you can bond these surfaces using Multibond cartridge adhesives.

Interior designers choose all sorts of materials for the countertops in the kitchen and bathroom designs they work on. Granite, marble, quartzite, and many other natural and engineered surfaces are used. One favorite of many interior decorator and room designers is Cambria surfaces. Cambria is a quartz brand that provides surfaces which are durable and beautiful options for countertop and worktop surfaces in the home. For a number of reasons Cambria surfaces top the list of a number of design and decor professionals. Why is that the case?

Quartz surfaces have a reputation for being a resilient, hard surface that is easy to care for and maintain. Additionally, quartz is scratch resistant and can be incorporated into a large number of design styles. For this reason, quartz companies often make reference to one of those aspects in their documentation or on their website. For example note what Cambria says about it's product:

What do exceptional stain resistance, maintenance-free convenience, unmatched durability, and hygienic food safety have in common? They’re all part of the Cambria® advantage for your next project.

By commenting on that important benefit of its brand, Cambria highlights a notable factor in choosing a surface material for kitchen surfaces. You may be thinking that since Cambria quartz material is man made that it has a limited selection. That simply is not the case. Cambria surfaces have a color palette that can coordinate with many different styles. Take a loo at the following selection of colors form Cambria.

Cambria Quartz Colors

As previously mentioned Cambria offers a selection of quartz surface colors. The following are the collections offered by Cambria at the time of this writing.

  • WhiteCliff
  • WhiteHall
  • Newpor
  • Dovedale
  • Delgatie
  • Seacourt
  • Dovestone
  • Travella
  • Whitendale
  • Ridgegate
  • Ironsbridge
  • Torquay
  • Snowdon White
  • Kirkstea
  • Weybourne
  • Swanbridge
  • Winterbourne
  • Ell
  • Risegate
  • Highgate
  • Waverton
  • Brittanicc
  • Summerbrook
  • Nadenbrook
  • Brittanicca Warm
  • Brittanicca Gold
  • Annicca
  • Skara Brae
  • Bentley
  • Whitney
  • Rosedale
  • Rose Bay
  • Warick
  • Pendle Hill
  • Summerhill
  • Seagrov
  • Chatsworth
  • Berwy
  • Crowndale
  • Beaumont
  • Trafalgar
  • Montgomer
  • Kelvingrove
  • Mayfair
  • Praa Sand
  • Bellingha
  • Huntley
  • New Qua
  • Wisley
  • Sherwood
  • Gallowa
  • Bellwater
  • Myddleton
  • Templeton
  • Dunmor
  • Greystone
  • Queen Anne
  • Clareanne
  • Carrick
  • Bridgewater
  • Brookvale
  • Devon
  • Castell
  • Brentwood
  • Cardiff Cream
  • Cuddington
  • Castlemarti
  • Fairbourn
  • Sanford
  • Kentmere
  • Coswell Cream
  • Tenby Cream
  • New Castle
  • Darlington
  • Hawkridge
  • Windermere
  • Oakmoor
  • Hyde Park
  • Clyde
  • Dover
  • Baybridge
  • Carlisle Gray
  • Nevern
  • Berkele
  • Buckingha
  • Bradsha
  • Aragon
  • Lincolnshire
  • Newhaven
  • Linwood
  • Sutton
  • Clairidge
  • Cambrian Gold
  • Brecon Brown
  • Stafford Brown
  • Burton Brown
  • Somerset
  • Shirebroo
  • Lancaster
  • Cranbrook
  • Winchester
  • Canterbur
  • Brownhill
  • Victoria
  • Windsor
  • Ferndale
  • Wentwood
  • Preston
  • Kingston
  • Halstead
  • Ashford
  • Sheffield
  • Bradford
  • Williston
  • Helmsley
  • Havergate
  • Harlech
  • Langdo
  • Walto
  • Ramsey
  • New Brighton
  • Collybrooke
  • Cannongate
  • Mancheste
  • Hampshire
  • Laneshaw
  • Hollinsbrook
  • Ellesmer
  • Armitage
  • Aberdee
  • Cardigan Red
  • Chatham
  • Reading
  • Brighston
  • Rosslyn
  • Cherrybrook
  • Hazelford
  • Oakhampton
  • Oxford
  • Park Gate
  • Nottingham
  • Carmarthen Brown
  • Burnbury
  • Willshire Red
  • Hamilton
  • Westminster
  • Skye
  • Bala Blue
  • Islington
  • Parys
  • Talbot Gray
  • Daro
  • Minera
  • Fieldstone
  • Hadley
  • Bristol Blue
  • Waterford
  • South Hampton
  • Ashbourne Matte
  • Durham
  • Henley
  • Oxwich Green
  • Caerphilly Green
  • Kensington
  • Welshpool Black
  • Roxwell
  • Marwell
  • Braema
  • Sharpha
  • Levven
  • Golden Dragon
  • Princetown
  • Flint Black
  • Wellington
  • Charston
  • Blackwood
  • Edinburough
  • Mersey
  • Menai
  • CambriaBlack
  • Blackpool Matte

As you can see, there are a number of options when it comes to selecting a Cambria color for your project. Now for the next area of interest for many shoppers. What about the fabrication requirements?

Adhesives and Blades for Cutting and Gluing Cambria

If you are a fabrication professional looking to begin fabricating and installing Cambria surfaces, you are probably wondering what kinds of diamond blades and adhesives will work the best. If so, we will take a moment to let you know what products we offer for installing Cambria surfaces.

Cartridge Glue for Cambria Quartz

As you are aware, getting the correct color of adhesive for a stone install is imperative if the seams are going to look the best they can look. That's why we have developed color matched glue cartridges that are designed to work with Cambria colors. Here is a sample of some stone colors and the Multibond colors that match:

Quartz ColorsGlue Colors
BerkeleyDijon
BlackwoodAndromeda
Brecon BrownGamboge
Cardigan RedTomato Pie
Coswell CreamLemon Chiffon

These are just a few samples of some color matched cartridge adhesives. With our online color matcher, you can find the right glue to match Cambria by selecting Cambria from the dropdown list. If you do not see a color, please feel free to contact us and we will provide assistance.

Bridge Saw Blades to Cut Cambria

Glue is not the only product that is needed when fabricating Cambria surfaces. Diamond bridge saw blades are also necessary for working with quartz. No matter which color of Cambria you select, it will need to be cut. So which blade should you opt for if you are a fabricator?

We offer a variety of diamond blades and we also offer quartz bridge saw blades that will cut Cambria well. Our blades are engineered using a process of research and development that is tried and true. Our methods afford us the opportunity to fine tune our blades so they will perform well for the task they are designed to accomplish.

We test our products in iterations and adjust the specifications until we find just the right scheme for a new product. We use this method of developing products because it continues to prove effective in zeroing in on necessary changes.

Cambria is a brand of engineered quartz surface that offers a range of styles and colors. It is durable and scratch resistant as well as visually appealing, and no matter what kind of design you are fabricating or designing for, you can find the proper diamond blade and cartridge glue adhesives through a Tenax distributor.

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