Cambria Ranks #1 in the Quartz Surfacing Category

Remodeling magazine has recognized Cambria as the #1 leading quartz brand as part of its Brand Leader Awards. Cambria takes the top ranking spot in three categories – quality, brand familiarity and brand most used/specified.

Every two years, Hanley Wood, the parent company of Remodeling, surveys pros to gather opinions about what counts most in selecting the products they buy and which brand names they hold in highest regard. This year’s study highlights Cambria, and will be featured in the October issue of the magazine as well as online.

The article states 855 remodelers were polled from May through June 2017. The study was conducted by Farnsworth Group, an Indianapolis-based market research firm, on behalf of Hanley Wood. Among other questions, the survey asked pros to name which brands in various product categories they had heard of, which they have used in the past two years, which they use most often, and which they regard as best in quality.


About Hanley Wood

Hanley Wood, the parent company of Remodeling magazine, is the premier company serving the information, media, and marketing needs of the residential, commercial design and construction industry. Utilizing the largest analytics and editorially driven Construction Industry Database, the company provides business intelligence and data-driven services. The company produces award-winning media, both digital and print, high-profile executive events, and strategic marketing solutions.

About Cambria

Cambria is the first and only family-owned, American-made producer of natural stone surfaces. As a stain resistant, nonporous natural stone surface, Cambria is harder, stronger, safer, and easier to care for than other stone surfaces. Unlike other stone surfaces, all Cambria designs are completely maintenance free. Headquartered in Le Sueur, Minnesota, Cambria is sold through an exclusive network of premium, independent specialty retail and trade partners that can be identified at or #MyCambria
















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