Asphalt Milling

Asphalt Milling

Asphalt Milling

Asphalt milling (also known as cold planning or profiling) is the process of removing at least part of the surface of a paved area such as a road, bridge or parking lot. Milling removes just enough thickness to level and smooth the surface to a full depth removal. There are a number of different reasons for milling a paved area instead of simply repaving over the existing surface.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Asphalt millings find versatile applications in road resurfacing, driveway construction, parking lot repair, and as a base for new pavement.

Asphalt millings are created by grinding down existing asphalt surfaces, breaking them into smaller pieces that can be recycled.

Milling material primarily consists of crushed and recycled asphalt, making it an eco-friendly and cost-effective construction resource.

Asphalt is a finished product used for road surfaces, while millings are crushed asphalt remnants that can be recycled or repurposed.

Asphalt millings are also known as recycled asphalt pavement (RAP), reclaimed asphalt, or milled asphalt.

Asphalt millings typically have a dark gray to black color, similar to traditional asphalt.

WHY IS Asphalt Milling IMPORTANT?

One of the significant advantages of asphalt milling is its ability to repair or replace the upper layer of existing asphalt, such as road surfaces or parking lots, without the need for extensive demolition and reconstruction. This approach not only proves more cost-effective but also stands as a more environmentally friendly option, ultimately extending the lifespan of the pavement.