Carpet Installer Jobs in Vermont

Measure, cut, and shape wood or other materials to assemble or repair structures. Some carpenters build larger-scale building frames. These projects require them to work effectively and efficiently with cranes and other large machinery to raise, level, and fix the skeleton in place. Other carpenters may install particular fixtures, including cabinets, siding, drywall, and wainscoting. The exact materials they use depend on the companies they work for.

All carpenters must be competent at reading blueprints and building plans in order to properly complete construction to the client’s specifications. They may also be responsible for inspecting and replacing damaged frameworks or fixtures. They rarely work from an office, and are almost always performing labor on-site.

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Demographics

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Local
National
625,741
21,043

Qualifications / Skill Sets

The following top skills are often required or desired to land a Carpet Installer position

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Accounts Payable Appliance Repair Carpentry Carpet installation Ceramic Tile Communication Skills Concrete Finishing Concrete Forming Customer Relations Customer Service Demolition Driving Finishing Flooring Installation Framing General Repair Hand Tools Hardwood Flooring Human Resources Installation Laminate Layout Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Management Marble Materials Management Math Measuring Microsoft Access Microsoft Excel New Construction Organization Property Management Remodeling Restoration Retail Sales Sanding Scheduling Shipping and Receiving Siding Stairs Tile Training Transportation Trimming Vinyl Vinyl Composition Tile

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**Data source: Bureau of Labor Statistics