If you're remodeling, Cambria's installers will work with you to schedule appointments for measurements and installation. With new construction, your builder typically coordinates the installation for you.
Now that you've made your color and edge profile selections, soon it will be time to install your new quartz surface. To help prepare for the high quality installation of your new Cambria product, we've compiled answers to frequently asked questions.
Unless it is pre-arranged and included in the project contract, Cambria installers will not tear out your existing countertop. It is your responsibility to arrange for the removal of your existing countertops prior to installation. All details should be worked out with your installer and detailed on your Purchase Agreement.
Yes, but you can often arrange to have a temporary sink installed. Ask your kitchen and bath dealer or your contractor for details.
To avoid installation difficulties, please be sure your walls and cabinets are structurally sound, straight, level, and square.
All cabinets must be installed and in the same plane. Also, sinks, faucet fixtures, and cook tops should be available at the site during initial measurements. To verify cutout dimensions, you must review what is covered in your Purchase Agreement to ascertain responsibility of your installer.
This is the responsibility of the homeowner, general contractor, or Cambria retailer and it should be detailed on your Purchase Agreement. If it is not, then the Installer's typical practices apply.
Yes. For proper cutout size verification, it is necessary to have the sink and faucet fixtures as well as appliances available during installation.
Every effort is made to protect your walls and other adjacent surfaces. However, when a heavy natural stone countertop is installed, some scuffing to walls or adjacent fixtures may occur. Some "touch ups" may be necessary and are the responsibility of the homeowner.
Your retailer or installation company will be happy to answer any questions you may have.