Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc.?
A The phone number for Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. is: 520-292-1125.
Q Where is Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. located?
A Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. is located at 2425 W Curtis Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705
Q How big is Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc.?
A Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. employs approximately 20+ people.
Q What days are Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. open?
A Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. is open:
Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Q How is Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. rated?
A Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc. has a 4.4 Star Rating from 13 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Tucson Asphalt Contractors, Inc.
Overall Rating( 13 Reviews )
Robert Bedoy on Google
Chris Whitcoe on Google
best asphalt company in the state
Tiffany Hidey on Google
Lurch Addams on Google
Kevin Sexton on Google
Giving this business one star is being generous. We signed a contract for $35K in May 2020 to have Tucson Asphalt remove the old asphalt and resurface our driveway. We tried to coordinate with the plumber who was running a new water main at the same time. The estimator at Tucson Asphalt told us that wouldnâ€™t be an issue.
The plumber completed his work and upon contacting Tucson Asphalt we were told they couldnâ€™t do our job until September. This should have been our first red flag to run because we were told it would be done sooner. Their excuse was that since our driveway was so steep that they had to wait for cooler weather.
After the first monsoon rain, the backfill in the water main trench washed out. The plumber told us the PEX line couldnâ€™t be exposed to the sun for an extended period of time because it could damage the line and it would void the warranty. After having just spent $16K on a new water main we certainly didnâ€™t want to have to redo that. I contacted the estimator and he made some shallow promise that Tucson Asphalt would come by and fill in the trench with some aggregate.
On July 27th I received this message from the estimator:
â€œ I looked through your gate this morning and saw the trench I will get with my foreman to see what day I can have a crew there to fill the trench with aggregate base for now I will be in touch with shortly.â€
Thatâ€™s an important date in this saga because the trench was very visible from the closed gate.
Tucson Asphalt was supposed to start the job on September 8. That morning the estimator arrived (an hour later from the time we were told they would be here) and then another person arrived from Tucson Asphalt. They told me they wouldnâ€™t be able to start the project that morning because it was going to be more work than anticipated because the old asphalt was thicker than they originally calculated for. They made that determination after looking at the exposed asphalt in the water main trench just a few feet away from the gate. Since nothing had changed with the trench since the estimator came and looked at it on July 27th, it was somewhat baffling that they waited 43 days to make that determination. Within the hour I had received an updated quote from Tucson Asphalt and they said it would cost an ADDITIONAL $14K to do the work. That is a 42% increase over the original signed contract. I told them that was not acceptable and that we would not be using their business to complete our job.
One would assume a business that boasts theyâ€™ve been doing this work for 22+ years would be a little more competent and professional in their quotes. It was even more annoying they wasted months of our time. If Tucson Asphalt was the last asphalt contractor in the state of Arizona I still wouldnâ€™t use them. Save your time and contact a different company for your asphalt needs