Pavement milling, asphalt milling, and regenerated asphalt pavement are all terms used for crushed asphalt. It is primarily the result of correctly crushed and screened asphalt.
The composition of crushed asphalt allows it to withstand rain and snow, which simultaneously decreases the chance of flooding in your driveway. It has excellent bonding qualities, too. Crushed asphalt is recycled asphalt mixed with some tar. It means that when your driveway is wet, it will take on a compact quality that helps lessen dust and dirt in the area.
Asphalts are flexible to work with, too. We can have it machine-installed or not. We can also install it over gravel or existing pavements, or we can start from scratch. It is gray but will fade over time. To avoid this, it can be sealed using new or used vegetable oil. The surface will be sticky or very soft after sealing but will subside in just 2 to 3 weeks.
Things to remember after installation:
Drive over your fresh driveway. Tire traffic makes the fresh driveway more compact. However, avoid parking your car in the area for about a week. If you need to park, you can place sand under the tile areas. We recommend a total vegetation ground for 1 to 2 weeks after installation and at least 3 times a year for maintenance.