Floor Layer (Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tile) Jobs in Cleveland, OH

Cover floors with blocks, strips, or sheets to absorb shock, deaden sound, or improve appearance. Floor layers must first prepare the surface on which they will lay the coverings by scraping, chipping, or cleaning it until it is adequately smooth, firm, and dry. If necessary, they may smooth the foundation by stapling down plywood or Masonite, or sealing cracks/holes with plaster, putty, or grout. Sheet coverings are rolled and pressed into adhesive cement, situated and trimmed to fit along walls and thresholds. When deciding where to place seams, floor layers must consider which areas people will walk across the most.

Because they may have significant direct contact with clients, floor layers must have strong interpersonal skills. They also benefit from an understanding of blueprints and building sketches, as this increases their ability to accurately lay the covering to customers’ specifications.

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Cleveland, OH
per SF and is a 1099 position Fast Growing Flooring company has openings for Quality, experienced Tile setters, vinyl and carpet installers for our new construction division. Truck, tools and insurance...
6 days ago
Cleveland, OH
following criteria: - minimum of 8 yrs experience in ceramic, LVT, VCT, laminate, hardwood or carpet installation. -insurance -dependable truck/van -tools -positive attitude & professional appearance -be...
13 days ago
Cleveland, OH
Carpet, Hardwood, Laminate, Vinyl and Tile Installers needed for immediate year round work. No Retainer. Plenty of work for all types of flooring installations. Top pay and daily yardage for experie...
17 days ago
Cleveland, OH
compensation: Based on experience Looking for flooring installers in the Cleveland area. If you are currently working for Lowe's or Home Depot (or any other company in area) we pay higher then...
24 days ago
Macedonia, OH (16 miles from Macedonia, OH)
Our company has been in business for 27 years with a excellent record in the industry. We are looking for people who want to work, steady work and no layoffs. Our crews work as a team and are in a...
30+ days ago


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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Floor Layer (Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tile) positions.

  • OSHA Certified
  • Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
  • OSHA 10

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Appliance Repair Bathroom Remodeling Billing Cabinetry Carpentry Carpet installation Cement Ceramic Tile Communication Skills Concrete Concrete Forming Customer Service Demolition Design Driving Finishing Flooring Installation Framing General Construction General Repair Granite Installation Grinding Grouting Hand Tools Hardwood Flooring Human Resources Industrial Construction Installation Laminate Layout Leadership Loading & Unloading Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Management Marble Marketing Materials Management Measuring Microsoft Access Microsoft Excel New Construction Painting Property Management Remodeling Renovation Restoration Retail Sanding Scheduling Siding Staff Supervision Stonemasonry Tile Training Transportation Trimming Vinyl Vinyl Composition Tile

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