Meet Our Team
Owner/Director of Sales& Marketing
OWNER/DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION & FACILITIES
Owner/Director of Finance & General Operations
Owner/Director of Quality & Process
Val Blasius begins doing odd jobs to supplement farm income.
Milking operations give way to full time remodeling and tile work.
Jon Blasius begins his own business doing tile & countertops out of the same small workshop on the farm
Val hires son-in-law Mike Damm to help satisfy the long list of customers awaiting his expertise.
Jon hires first employee, shifts focus to Corian countertops. Shop getting crowded.
Blasius Inc is formed by Val, son Jon, son-in-law Mike Damm, and son-in-law Dave Bogert who also had a construction background.
Shop expansion #1 - shift focus to countertop manufacturing and install.
Shop expansion #2
Purchase Tuscola sawmill to renovate to the production facility.
Add stone shop to fabrication facility.
Begin operations in Indiana.
Transition to digital template system.
Begin installing Cambria in Indiana.
Becomes Cambria Lexus partner.
Opened Northern Michigan location.
Purchased Dykhouse pickle factory to renovate into new stone shop.
Shift to 100% Cambria in stone shop
Opened Findlay Ohio Gallery
Become sole Cambria Supplier in Michigan
Open Farmington Hills Gallery, Val Blasius retires at age 81
Open Grand Rapids Gallery
We've custom outfitted our trucks for efficiency and productivity. Once you recognize Cambria's distinctive dragon logo you will notice our trucks everywhere.
Don't let the rural setting fool you, our shop is equipped with high tech equipment and staffed with a knowledgeable team working behind the scenes to fabricate your project.
Our Service Area
With satellite warehouses and showrooms throughout the three-state area we can efficiently cover from Indianapolis to the UP in Michigan.
From a small residential project to a massive commercial renovation like the tops in the Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island, we have the ability to handle your project.
Our Maple Syrup
Each spring we spend our evenings in the woods tapping trees and boiling sap to make over 300 gallons of pure maple syrup which we use as gifts to show our appreciation to our customers and accounts.