Earle Asphalt Company has been milling roads since the early 1990’s. As our roads age and are resurfaced we continue to add layers of asphalt. Eventually the added layers of asphalt become an issue for proper drainage, curb reveals and overall roadway grade. This issue prompted the need to cut these roads down before the resurfacing begins which is referred to as milling. Today, nearly every road that is paved requires some form of milling.
Hand and hand with many of our paving projects, milling has become as much a part of our company as any of our other functions. We have state of the art milling machines that are capable of cutting up to 12’ of asphalt in one pass. However, we also have machines that can cut an area as small as 12” wide or anywhere in between. This type of versatility allows us to handle any project large or small. From parking lots to highways there is no project we cannot handle.
Our crews are fully trained in the latest operational and safety practices. They travel with all of tools and equipment necessary to complete a job properly and on time. Like anything, a road is built from the bottom up. If the surface is milled incorrectly, it is difficult to achieve the proper paved surface. Our crews understand this logic and are experts in delivering the quality product which gives our paving crews the surface they need to perform the job properly.