Quartz Countertops in Springfield, IL

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Quartz Countertops in Springfield, IL


Quartz Countertops in Springfield, IL


Bring the wonders of the natural world inside your home with quartz countertops in Springfield IL. Inspired by the moments of life and nature, quartz surfaces are more than just simple countertops. They are where life's moments happen, whether engaging in a simple conversation with family members while preparing food or having fun with friends over as you catch up. Offered in a wide array of colors and styles, quartz countertops allow us to have the freedom to create a space that truly reflects the beauty and wonder of our lives. In Springfield IL, no other professional in quartz countertops is trusted like Maxwell Counters. We bring life to your kitchen and bath with our beautiful quartz countertops.


Maxwell Counters has been serving the Central Illinois area including Springfield since 1981, when we began fabricating plastic laminate countertops. Stemming from this material are the fabrication and installation of solid surfaces added to our product line. Finally in 2002, we expanded our product offering and installation services to include quartz. Our professionals prioritize product quality in all their work, and this is evident in the way our clients love the quartz countertops that we have installed in their homes. Therefore, if you are in need of quartz countertops in Springfield IL, then Maxwell Counters is the company to turn to. See our gallery today to view your options. 


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Springfield, IL Quartz Countertops


Quartz as the material of choice made from one of the hardest minerals on earth, quartz countertops are arguably the most durable option for kitchen surfaces. They are also some of the most eye-catching materials to be used for this purpose. They come in a wide variety of colors, including apple green, earthy brown, fire-engine red, coal black, and different shades of cream, with sparkles and veining for achieving the look of granite or marble. However, unlike natural-stone slabs, which are mined, these slabs are engineered in a factory. Their primary ingredient is ground quartz (about 90-95 percent), combined with polyester resins to bind it and pigments to give it color.


In some designs, small amounts of recycled glass or metallic flecks are added to the mix of natural-quartz crystals mined and then ground into a dust or an aggregate fused with resin binders under intense heat and pressure to form a solid slab. Pigments added during the process impart color to the countertop. The resins also help make these counters stain and scratch resistant and non-porous, so they never need to be sealed. This is in comparison with granite, which typically requires a new protective top coat at least once a year.


Furthermore, this durability also means that unlike other types of stone countertops, quartz resists staining or corrosion from cooking oils, liquids, and most household cleaning products. Therefore, spills are easier to clean on quartz countertops than on others. Quartz can be damaged by excessive heat, however, so homeowners should use trivets or heating pads.


Advantages of Quartz Countertops

Low Maintenance

Unlike natural stone or wood, quartz never needs to be sealed. It only needs wiping with soapy water for daily upkeep. Surface stains can be removed with a gentle cleansing scrub. Scouring pads, which can dull the surface, and harsh chemicals that could break down the bonds between the quartz and resins should be avoided.


Antimicrobial Characteristics

Resin binders make quartz counters nonporous, so stain- and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew cannot penetrate the surface.



Some manufacturers offer extra-large slabs for uninterrupted runs of countertop. However, even with standard slabs, typically 60 by 120 inches, the seams can be almost imperceptible. Added resins allow cleaner cuts without chipping as stone does. The resins also make quartz more flexible than natural stone, allowing fabricators to bend and shape it into sinks or the sides of a curved island. Furthermore, it is versatile enough to be used on floors and walls. Fabricators can even cut the slabs into standard tile sizes. Your Provider of Quality Quartz Countertops


Maxwell Counters is your top provider of quality quartz countertops in Springfield IL.


Get in touch with us today to talk initially about your project. 


(309) 928-2848

Providing excellent laminate countertops to homeowners and professionals in the following areas:

Champaign-UrbanaBloomington-NormalDecaturSpringfield, & Peoria