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What to Expect


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Visit our Showroom

Visit our stunning showroom which features many different applications of Cambria quartz.  See our beautiful displays and browse samples of Cambria’s full design palette.  Explore our gallery of over 100 full sized slabs.  One of our Project Managers will discuss the details of your project with you, answer any questions you might have and provide you with a proposal.

What to bring with you:

  • A layout of some kind.  This could be a scaled architectural plan, a cabinet layout or just a rough sketch with dimensions.  Photos can be helpful in addition to the layout.  These items will help us make recommendations and provide you with an accurate estimate.

  • Any samples you might have of your cabinets, flooring, tile, etc.  This can really help you narrow down your selections and help us make recommendations.

  • Small samples are available for you to take home to see how the colors look in your space, with your lighting.


Order Placement

Once you decide you’d like to move forward with the proposal and have finalized your selections, we’ll ask for a 50% deposit to get the order entered.  If you’re ready to schedule the measurement for your new countertops, our scheduler will reach out to schedule the appointment with you.  Please see our Pre-Template Checklist(can this be a link to a PDF file?) to prepare for the measure appointment.



Our measurer will give you a call when they’re headed to your job.  When they arrive, they will set up their 3D laser measuring device and measure the cabinets/walls/etc.  They will then confirm the selections you made and go over some of the finer details of the countertops with you such as radius corners, notches, exact overhangs, etc.  It is very important for a decision maker to be present at time of measure to discuss these items.


Order Audit/Final Approval

After the measure is completed, your Project Manager will audit the template drawings against the order and look for any changes or discrepancies.  They’ll then send you the template drawings and order, go over any changes or questions with you and ask for approval to proceed with the finalized order.  Once you give them your approval, they will release the job to the shop for production.

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  • Once the job is entered for production, our CAD department will begin programming your countertops to make their way through our shop.  If the material you select has a large pattern or lots of variation we may send you a layout to show how the veining and pattern will lay out on your countertops.  

  • Once our CAD department completes programming, our shop will cut the countertops on one of our state of the art sawjets.  The sawjets have a diamond blade saw that is used for straight cuts and an abrasive waterjet that is used to make rounded or curved cuts.  

  • The cut parts will then make their way to our CNC machines where the countertops will have their edge profiles put on and finished cutouts added.  


  • The machined parts then go to our inspection station where we check each part to make sure everything looks the way it should and is free of any defects.  


  • Finally the parts make their way into our final fit and finish area where we put the finishing touches on the parts and test fit any parts that seam together to ensure everything goes smooth at install. 



Our experienced installation team will give you a call when they’re headed to the jobsite.  Upon arrival they will remove your existing countertops if we’re contracted to do so and then install the countertops, mount sinks, drill faucet holes or other sink accessory holes, install dishwasher mounting brackets, test fit any appliances and clean up after themselves so that all that’s left behind are your beautiful new countertops.  

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