Demolishing a building or piece of infrastructure is no small matter. Both the property owner and the contractor must anticipate red tape and consider unforeseen circumstances that could result in litigation, personal injury, or worse, death. That’s the logistics involved in physically tearing it down or ripping it up.
Eventually, you can no longer continue adding new asphalt overlays to a driving surface. Asphalt milling, also known as cold planing, removes the top layer to pave again with a clean slate.
Our new asphalt milling machine (a Wirtgen W 120 CFi) has brought efficiency and cost-savings to parking lot and road reconstruction jobs. No longer will you have to pay for a costly third-party subcontractor to strip away old driving surface in addition to installing a new asphalt surface.
“Man, that’s ugly!”
We’ve all thought that while driving on a terrible parking lot. People get even more upset after unwittingly testing their shocks in giant crater where pavement used to be.
Once winter sets in, the game’s over. Your commercial parking lot will continue on the damaging cycle of enduring harsh elements and carrying vehicles. Cracks will grow wider, potholes deeper, and your chances slimmer for saving money through preventive maintenance.
Thud-thud! “Wow, how deep was that pothole?” you ask yourself, cringing at the potentially expensive, long-term damage to your vehicle. But what are potholes exactly, aside from a sometimes jarring experience?
You know the old adage, “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression”? That’s especially true when it comes to your business property, where professional appearance is often compared to your overall work ethic and performance.