Our road plannings are produced through the advanced process of removing the upper layer of tarmac with highly powerful cold milling machines. Road planings are an economic advantage which provides a tangible solution to balancing financial demands and environmental responsibility.
Our road planings can be used for a range of different projects including farm tracks, car parking areas, footpaths, and in the construction of new roads. They offer a long-lasting and strong surface which can withstand heavy and constant use.
For more information contact email@example.com or call into our processing site in Westonzoyland, TA7 0JS.
We know you might have some queries, and we're here to address them. This FAQ guide unpacks essential aspects surrounding our road planing services.
Road planing, also known as road scalping or tarmac planing, is a by-product of road resurfacing. It involves the removal of the tarmac’s surface layer via a cold milling machine.
Road planings can be used in various contexts, including the construction of new roads, footpaths, farm tracks, and car parking areas.
Towens focuses on delivering high-quality road planings using skilled professionals and advanced equipment. We adhere to strict quality control standards from site clearance to delivery.