Frequently Asked Questions

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Here are a few frequently asked questions, for more information on our services.

A: Road milling is the process of removing a layer of pavement using specialized milling machines. It is necessary for repairing, resurfacing, or upgrading roads by removing deteriorated or damaged pavement.

A: Road milling promotes sustainability by recycling milled materials for reuse in new construction, reducing the need for new raw materials.

A: Road milling can be applied to various surfaces, including asphalt and concrete, depending on the project requirements.

A: Road Milling & Sweeping maintains a fleet of advanced Wirtgen milling machines, employs qualified operators, and has an in-house service team to ensure precision and quality in every project.

A: Road Milling & Sweeping stands out with its advanced fleet, experienced team, commitment to sustainability, and a proven track record of successful projects.

A: Yes, milled materials can be recycled.

A: Project timelines vary, but Road Milling & Sweeping is known for its efficiency. Factors such as project size and complexity influence the timeline.

A: The frequency of road milling depends on factors such as traffic, weather conditions, and pavement wear.

A: Road Milling & Sweeping prioritizes safety and adheres to industry standards.

A: Yes, Road Milling & Sweeping is equipped to handle projects of varying scales, from small repairs to large-scale road construction and rehabilitation projects.

A: Road Milling & Sweeping provides services for a range of projects, including residential roads, highways, parking lots, and other paved surfaces.

A: The lifespan varies, but proper maintenance and occasional road milling can extend the life of a road surface.