Carpet Installer Posted on Mar 14, 2018 by DS HOMES
Location Calgary, AB
Earnings $23.00 hourly
Work Hours 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1 Vacancy
Closing Date Apr 13, 2018
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
2 years to less than 3 years
- Remove existing floor coverings and contaminants
- Prepare floors for installations
- Prepare and install hardwood floors
- Perform direct glue-down carpet installations
- Perform double-bond carpet installations
- Measure, cut and fasten underlay and underpadding
- Measure, cut and install carpeting on floors
- Measure, cut and install resilient floor coverings
- Install outdoor carpets
- Install resilient stair components (special effects for the visually impaired)
- Install carpeting on walls or other surfaces
- Employ knee kickers and other equipment to stretch carpeting
- Conduct moisture, ph, temperature and other tests prior to flooring installations
- Inspect and repair damaged floor coverings
- Inspect, measure and mark surfaces to be covered
Work Location Information
How to Apply
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11125-38th Street NE
Calgary, Alberta T3N1A6
Apr 13, 2018
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Interest in computing to estimate costs for material and labour
Interest in operating hand and machine stitchers, staple guns and seaming irons and in using bonding tape and bonding materials to install carpeting; and in operating power stretchers and other devices to stretch carpeting
Interest in speaking with customers and other workers to inspect and repair damaged floor coverings and to inspect, measure and mark surfaces to be covered
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