Ultimate In-Counters, Inc.
The most common countertop material around. It has come a long way with new patterns, new edge profiles that give it a sophisticated look, and finishes that complete the stone look without the cost. Wilsonart's Deepstar is 10 times more scratch resistant than any other laminate. Formica's 180 FX combines laminate with a stone/granite pattern without the maintenance or cost.

PRO: Inexpensive, durable, wide array of colors, patterns, and finishes
CON: Non Repairable, can scratch and blister

Solid Surface
This material is heat resistant, impact resistant and virtually seamless when complete. We carry Formica, Wilsonart/Gibraltar, Swanstone, Corian, and Staron. Sinks can be integrated into the countertop for a seamless connection. Solid Surface can be sanded, refinished, and repaired (for cosmetic damage).

PRO: Repairable, Non-Porous, Virtually Seamless, low maintenance
CON: Expensive (2-3 times the price of laminate)

One of the strongest materials around. Quartz minerals are mixed with resin and laid out to form slabs. Unlike granite, quartz is non porous, stain resistant, heat resistant, and impact resistant. We carry Radianz, Cambria, HanStone, and Zodiaq samples, but can supply other brands.

PRO: Non Porous, Strong, low maintenance
CON: Heavy (15 lbs. per sq. ft), expensive

Solid maple hardwood countertop that is culinary safe and can be cut on. Can be repaired and refinished (on cosmetic damages). Sinks can be attached as undermount. Special order species are available, including White or Red Oak and Walnut.

PRO: Durable, Repairable, safe for food prep
CON: Can get Expensive, some maintenance required

Natural stone is a unique and popular countertop material. No two stones are exactly alike. Granite blocks are cut out of quarries and sliced to create slabs; colors are limited to what is found in nature. We have samples for Tier 1 and Tier 2 granite, but other tiers are available.

PRO: Durable, Scratch Resistant, Tier 1/2 more affordable than Quartz
CON:  Acidic home cleaning products eat away polished surface, recommended to seal tops every 6-12 months, limited colors.
We have samples of all our countertop materials.