Drywall Finishing Jobs Profile
The need for wall finishers, tapers or drywall finishing
mechanics should be about the same for all building
perfom the process of the bedding of compound,
or mud, apply the taping in a clean manner and
sanding to reach a finish for the next trade. Usually
wallpaper hangars, painters, carpenters and elctricians.
Drywall finishers must take precaustions
for dust, which is so prevalent during the sanding
of dried compound, for
both for health reasons and for a clean worksite. Theirs
an acquired skilled which takes on the job training
and possibly vocational training
Finishers are involved in creating textures such as ceiling
stomps, popcorn and acoustic applications, and the
many ceiling patterns seen throughout structures
kinds both residential and commercial. Advanced finishers
should have refined abilities with hot mud and the
mud, and taping tools for production applications.
The experience required for many jobs depends on experience
but many drywall companies are looking for finishing
with a least a couple years verifiable experience along
references. And tapers commonly gain this experience
by starting as helpers
trainees. There is an established rating system
for experience, which is divided into specified levels
(Level 0 through Level 5) each of which spells out
specified finish as itemized by the
Drywall Finishing Council. Thus, an employer may require
Level 3 or Level 5 experience as a must.
In addition, many hiring companies and contractors require
a valid drivers license and reliable transportation, drug
testing, and your own hand tools.
The bilingual Spanish/English finisher may find added
opportunities in the drywall labor pool especially
in more project-manager oriented roles.
This is not an advertisment to fulfill any
current or future position.