Cambria Countertops – Louisville, Florence & Cincinnati



Cambria-Quarry Collection

Cambria Cambrian Collection

Cambria-Coastal Collection

Cambria Oceanic Collection

Cambria-Classic Collection

Cambria Waterstone Collection

Cambria Desert Collection

Cambria Marble Collection

About Cambria


Cambria is a family owned and operated completely American made brand! The Davis family got their start in 1936 operating a creamery in Minnesota. It was in 2000 that the Davis family enters the quartz processing business when they are presented with the opportunity to purchase quartz processing equipment.

The attention to detail and the American made pride that the owners have put into the brand have set it apart from the rest of the worlds quartz processing manufacturers. This leads to a higher-quality product for those who purchase and use Cambria countertops in their homes and businesses!

Cambria takes great pride in their rich company history. Beyond embracing the value of being a family-owned, American company, they believe in constantly examining the business to ensure they are delivering to their customers the quality of products and service they deserve. Through state-of-the-art facilities, unsurpassed design innovation, and the work ethic of experienced employee teams, Cambria has rapidly become an industry leader in the quartz countertop processing and manufacturing business!

What is Quartz?

Quartz is a natural stone that is less porous than it’s cousin Granite (which is usually only made up of 40%-60% quartz). Cambria countertops are made up of 93% natural quartz stone and 7% other man-made materials. Quartz countertops are non-porous which means that they do not need to be sealed, oiled, polished, or refinished over time! While this material is more expensive than other countertops materials, it does boast many qualities that can’t be found in other stone materials like low maintenance and a wider range of colors – over 100, in fact!

Quartz countertops are perfect for any location in your home or business because of their easy maintenance and exceptional durability. If you are thinking about purchasing your own, custom, quartz Cambria countertops, please, check out their convenient care and maintenance guide, here.