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Brentwood Asphalt Paving

Brentwood Asphalt Paving

Brentwood Asphalt Paving

Wilson Pike Cir
Brentwood Tennessee 37027
United States

(615) 551-0876

Business Description

Brentwood Asphalt Paving is a leading paving company that specializes in providing high-quality asphalt solutions for residential, commercial, and municipal projects. The experts offer durable and customized paving services for driveways, parking lots, and roadways. The professionals use advanced equipment to ensure accuracy and efficiency on every project. They prioritize clear communication, reliability, and honesty from the initial consultation to the completion of the project. Brentwood Asphalt Paving is recognized for its excellent results and exceptional customer service, making it the preferred choice for all asphalt paving needs in the region. Their reputation for superior results and outstanding service has made them the trusted choice for countless satisfied clients.

Business Hours

Monday8 AM–8 PM
Tuesday8 AM–8 PM
Wednesday8 AM–8 PM
Thursday8 AM–8 PM
Friday8 AM–8 PM
Saturday8 AM–8 PM
Sunday8 AM–8 PM

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About Brentwood

Brentwood is a city in Williamson County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 45,373 as of the 2020 United States census. It is a suburb of Nashville and included in the Nashville metropolitan area. == History == Successive cultures of prehistoric Native Americans occupied this area for thousands of years. In the first millennium of the Common Era (CE), Mississippian culture people, known locally as the Mound Indians or Stone Box Indians, built complex earthwork mounds topped with ceremonial buildings. Their settlement was part of a culture that throughout the Mississippi Valley and its major tributaries, and traded with other groups across the continent. Artifacts and mounds of the Mississippian culture have been found during development in the Meadowlake subdivision, and at the library site on Concord Road. Primm Historic Park contains and preserves the largest of the earthwork mounds, which is still visible today. By 1300 these people had largely abandoned this settlement; archeologists have struggled to determine the reasons. There may have been epidemic disease, environmental problems, or warfare with other tribes.

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