Frequently Asked Questions

What services does Turner Asphalt offer?
Which states does Turner Asphalt operate in?

We provide full-service paving expertise across the southeastern United States, specifically in:

  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Virginia
  • Georgia
  • Tennessee
  • Florida
What is the contact information for your offices?

Corporate Office

Our corporate office is located in Raleigh, NC to give us a central location for the southeast from which to go out to customers with our best machinery and experts in a timely manner.

5805 Lease Lane
Raleigh, NC 27617
(919) 831-5297

Regional Offices

Want to talk to your local representative? Find the closest office to your space and our dedicated local customer service representatives will get you all the information you need (including a free estimate, if requested!) as quickly as we can.

Greensboro, NC
(336) 215-2659

Charlotte, NC
(704) 599-3434

Wilmington, NC
(910) 599-5916

Greenville, SC
(864) 990-2830

Richmond, VA
(804) 229-0651

Is Turner Asphalt hiring? How would I apply?

Yes, Turner Asphalt is always looking for dedicated, hard-working team members. To see what the current openings are and how to apply, pleaseĀ visit our employment page.

Does Turner Asphalt offer estimates for projects?
Yes, we offer free quotes for prospective clients who are searching for the right paving contractor. Give us a call at 877-887-6372 or fill out the form on ourĀ contact page. We will be in touch as soon as we can.
Does Turner Asphalt only pave with asphalt or do you also use cement and other materials?

Great question! While our name is Turner Asphalt, we DO offer many services related to paving, including projects that use cement and other materials. Ask one of our reps about your specific needs and they will be able to answer all questions and provide detailed estimates for your project.

What is the difference between asphalt and cement?

Asphalt is usually preferred for roads because it is more affordable and is easier to repair over the course of its lifetime. Cement costs a bit more, but it tends to be stronger and stay in good shape for longer. The con to cement is that it is harder to repair. Cement is often used for sidewalks, curbs and driveways.