Greenways and Cart Path Paving Raleigh NC

Do you have a dirt path on your property? How about a cart path riddled with potholes? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, you’ve probably dealt with consequences from these faulty routes. For example, dirt paths turn to mud after a rain, leaving guests covered in it. And rough pathways can cause discomfort and damage to carts and cars. Sound familiar?

If so, consider the benefits of walkway and golf cart path paving services from Raleigh Paving. Not only will paving make for a better customer experience and help reduce course and cart maintenance, but newly paved paths will help maintain the beauty of your property for generations to come.

Our Paved Pathway

At Raleigh Paving, we never underestimate the effect of a clean and functional walkway. That’s why we’ve developed an impressive track record of building walkways and paths, trails and greenways, golf cart paths and more for businesses across North Carolina. We specialize in the following paving services:

  • Golf cart path paving
  • Greenway paving
  • Pathway paving
  • Walkway paving
  • Trail paving

Our Technique

Asphalt is our material of choice when paving pathways across North Carolina because of it’s aesthetic appeal and durability. We use smaller, more precise pavers and smaller trucks to apply the asphalt into these tighter, more narrow areas.

Our Philosophy

To ensure you get that level effectiveness, we operate under a strict set of quality standards to ensure each paving project is completed on time and with superior workmanship. Moreover, our crews are trained to work within the geographic and practical limitations of the project, always acting with care and consideration for your property.


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Raleigh Paving provides specialty services building greenway trails throughout North Carolina. We serve the Triangle, Triad and Charlotte metro areas of North Carolina including Raleigh, Greensboro and Winston-Salem.