Repair and restore the look of your asphalt with Crown Paving’s asphalt milling services in Nashville and surrounding Middle Tennessee areas.
Normal wear and tear over time can leave your paving surface damaged, cracked and uneven. This can negatively affect your visitors’ experience at your property and impede their safety. As a milling contractor, we provide expert Nashville asphalt milling services to parking lots, roads and pavement in need of resurfacing.
What is asphalt milling?
Asphalt milling is a simple, environmentally conscious process where layers of damaged asphalt are removed and recycled.
Using our asphalt milling machine, we grind layers of asphalt from a shallow depth to a full depth (typically the top 1.25 – 1.5 inches asphalt), depending on the amount of surface damage. The pieces of aggregate (millings) are then recycled to be used for asphalt resurfacing.
We provide precise asphalt milling services performed by professional, dependable and safe crews.
We offer a variety of milling services based on your needs, including full-depth milling, profiling, “mill and fill,” clean-up and hauling.
What are the benefits of asphalt milling?
Milled asphalt is 100% recyclable! Milling generates reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) which can be used in future projects.
Milling is very effective for drainage correction.
Minimum Traffic Interruption
After milling, the resulting textured pavement can be used immediately as a driving surface, allowing minimal traffic interruption during construction so your business or project can stay operational.
Because milling means you don't have to dig up your entire roadway or parking lot, it's a more economical way to improve your asphalt.
Improve Asphalt Appearance & Remove Damage
Milling can give your parking lot or roadway a fresh new look with minimal environmental impact. It can level out your paving surface and remove damaged surface layers.
FAQs About Milling
What is “mill and fill”?
Mill and fill, also known as mill and overlay, is a process that involves grinding off the top layer of asphalt (mill) using a cold planing machine, and replacing it with a new coat of asphalt (fill/overlay).
What is the difference between cold planing and milling?
Milling and cold planing are the same thing. The terminology changes based on region.
What is profile milling?
If your roadway or parking lot has a curb and gutter, profile milling will allow you to grind a strip along the curb and gutter, so that your asphalt is flush.
The Right Equipment for Your Milling Job
We own and operate a fleet of milling equipment in Nashville to service all scopes of work, from smaller patching jobs to parking lots and roadways.
- 7’ Half-Lane machines
- 4’ machines
- 4’ Rear-mounted drum machines
We provide clean-up crews and hauling provided upon request.
Why choose Crown Paving for your asphalt milling project?
Experience & Expertise
We have built a reputation through three generations of experience to meet the market demands.
Quality Materials & Equipment
Our fleet consists of Caterpillar and RoadTec machines.
DBE/WBE Certified Company
Meet your diversity goals when you engage Crown Paving as a certified woman-owned company and disadvantaged business enterprise.
With great equipment and in-house mechanics, we limit downtime on our milling projects. A phased plan approach keeps your parking lot operational and is simultaneously able to be milled and paved back.
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See Our Milling Work: Metro Nashville Public Works Paving
Keeping customers safe and happy is important with any commercial property. See how we partnered with Metro Nashville Public Works for their latest milling/cold planing project.See More