Milling & Reclamation

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What Is Milling?

Milling is when only the top layer of asphalt is replaced. It involves the removal of existing asphalt to a certain depth of about a few inches to rid the pavement of existing damage, deterioration, and irregularities. After a pavement is milled, new asphalt can be poured over it once the subgrade is repaired.

The Process

Preparation

We prepare the area to be resurfaced, which can involve removing obstacles, cleaning the surface, and assessing the condition of the existing pavement.

Milling

We use asphalt milling machinery to remove the top layer of the existing asphalt. This milling process grinds the old, damaged asphalt, and the material is typically recycled for use in new asphalt.
By resurfacing only the top layer, rather than completely reconstructing the road or pavement, this approach can be more cost-effective and less disruptive to traffic. It extends the life of the pavement and provides a smoother driving surface.
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What Is Reclamation?

Reclamation helps build a strong foundation for fresh asphalt to be applied. This approach can reduce operational costs by eliminating the need for complete excavation and removal of old asphalt.

The Process

Grind & Blend

We pulverize and combine the leftover material and any soil and aggregates underneath it to strengthen the foundation for a fresh layer.

Key Benefits

Leading Causes of Pavement Deterioration

Pavement decays for various reasons, some of the most common being:

Our Service Areas

Brothers Paving & Concrete is a distinguished leader in the pavement industry in VA, DC, MD and the surrounding areas thanks to our high-quality, maintenance-oriented services. We proudly serve areas like Manassas, Bristow, and Gainesville.

Our Office:

9469 Hawkins Dr, Manassas, VA 20109

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Contact a pavement specialist today to learn more about our milling and reclamation services.