Greenwood Industries commitment to excellence manifests itself in many forms, including support of and active participation in numerous federal, local government, and industry-related organizations.
Although generally considered “permanent,” masonry is subject to deterioration, especially at the mortar joints. Repointing, also known simply as “pointing"or—somewhat inaccurately—"tuck pointing”, is the process of removing deteriorated mortar from the joints of a masonry wall and replacing it with new mortar. Properly done, repointing restores the visual and physical integrity of the masonry. Improperly done, repointing not only detracts from the appearance of the building, but may also cause physical damage to the masonry units themselves.
“Greenwood was able to accomplish an extremely complicated and technical project above some incredibly sensitive areas without adversely disrupting the daily operations of the State House.”
James Sanderson, J.K. Scanlan Company