Tuesday, 7 February 2017


Welcome to James River Kitchens new Blog!  We are super excited to share some of today’s biggest kitchen, bathroom and home renovation trends.

You’re obviously reading this because you want to renovate or build a new kitchen or bathroom and wondering what all the fuss about Quartz is, right!?

Well, let us be the first to tell you, Cambria 
® quartz is the BEST!  We know this, because we are Victoria’s Premier Supplier and can get you the best quartz, for the very best price… guaranteed. 
(PS, this is not a sponsored Blog!)

There are many things to consider when renovating your kitchen or bathroom and your countertop, should be top of mind.  This is the surface which gets used the most. Whether you’re chopping vegetables for dinner, setting all the bags of groceries down, mopping up a big spill, building a mountain of paper clutter, having a glass (or 2) of wine, helping the kids with homework, or just leaning back gazing at your new amazing space, your new countertop will get used… a lot!

                            Cambria ®
A few of the major differences between granite and Cambria
® quartz, is how EASY it is to clean, it’s healthier for you and has more strength and durability. 

                                   Cambria ®

Spilt some red wine?  Simply wash with a soft cotton cloth and warm water, and mild soap if desired.  No need for
sealing or reconditioning

How can a countertop be healthy you ask?  I
t is nonporous and non-absorbent, so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria. Isn’t that reason enough to add Cambria ® into your home!?

Cambria ® is much harder than granite or marble making it more durable and less likely to scratch, chip, or stain for years of flawless service. It is pure, natural quartz, one of the hardest and most common minerals on Earth.

Okay, so those are some pretty basic facts about this wonderful product... come see for yourself, with over 130 designs to choose from in our showroom. Design is visual, so you have to see it for yourself to really grasp it's true beauty.

Happy Renovating!

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