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Smyrna Asphalt Paving Team

Smyrna Asphalt Paving Team Service

Smyrna Asphalt Paving Team

Enon Springs Rd E # F
Smyrna Tennessee 37167
United States

(615) 375-0785

Business Description

Smyrna Asphalt Paving is a reputable paving company dedicated to providing exceptional services to commercial and residential clients. With highly skilled professionals, we specialize in asphalt paving, repairs, seal coating, and striping services. Our devotion to quality and customer satisfaction sets us apart from the competition. We take pride in offering timely solutions for all types of paving projects, big or small. From parking lots to driveways, we have the skills and experience to tackle any paving project with precision and efficiency. At Smyrna Asphalt Paving, we strive to exceed our clients' expectations and ensure durable, long-lasting paving results. Contact us today for all your paving needs.

Business Hours

MondayMonday, 8 AM–8 PM
TuesdayTuesday, 8 AM–8 PM
WednesdayWednesday, 8 AM–8 PM
ThursdayThursday, 8 AM–8 PM
FridayFriday, 8 AM–8 PM
SaturdaySaturday, 8 AM–8 PM
SundaySunday, 8 AM–8 PM

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About Smyrna

Smyrna is a town in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Smyrna's population was 53,070 at the 2020 census, making it the largest town in Tennessee by population in that census. In 2007, U.S. News & World Report listed Smyrna as one of the best places in the United States to retire. Smyrna is part of the Nashville metropolitan statistical area. == History == The town of Smyrna has its European American roots in the early 19th century and began as an agrarian community. It was important during the Civil War because its railroad station lies between Nashville and Chattanooga. One of the major events of the war for the town involved the Confederate States soldier Sam Davis, who, after being charged with spying, gave up his life instead of giving any information to the Union Army. He was captured November 20, 1863, and was hanged by Union forces on November 27 of that year. The Sam Davis Plantation, located on 160 acres (0.65 km2) of well-maintained farmland, is the town's most important historical site.Smyrna was originally incorporated in 1869 but its charter was rescinded by the state several years later. In 1915, the town re-incorporated and adopted a commission-mayor form of government.

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