Insulation Worker Jobs in Georgia

Measure, cut, and install insulation in walls or ductwork to control temperature and noise level. Insulators must be competent at reading blueprints and specifications in order to identify the quantity and kind of material needed. Types of insulation include fiberglass, foam glass, mineral fibers, and synthetic rubber. The worker ensures that it is held in place properly by staples, tape, or screws, and surrounds it with plastic barriers to prevent water damage. Insulators may also be expected to remove and dispose of old insulation, spray insulation using compressors, and maintain records regarding completed jobs and inventory.

These workers use a wide range of implements, including simple ones such as knives or scissors and power tools like welders and staple guns. The exact supplies they need depend on the type of work being performed. A floor, ceiling, or wall insulation job may offer a choice between fiberglass and staples or spray foam, while mechanical insulation must be specifically compatible with the temperature, thickness, and diameter of the individual pipe.

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Confidential - Atlanta, GA
Looking for an exciting career opportunity with a top employer in the construction industry? Masco Contractor Services (MCS) is seeking Insulation Installers for its Atlanta, Georgia location. On...
1 day ago
Atlanta, GA
be open minded, hard working, honest, and willing to learn from mistakes. Must have reliable transportation, valid GA driver license driver, driver medical card a plus. Must be able to pass a drug scree...
8 hours ago
Loganville, GA
business around Atlanta for 30+ years. Must have a drivers license, vehicle and have a decent driving record. $250 sign on bonus...
16 days ago
Masco Administrative Services, Inc - Atlanta, GA
Auto req ID 19566BR Job Title Spray Foam Installer City Atlanta State / Province Georgia Country United States Job Description MCS is Hiring Spray Foam Installers near YOU! Masco Contractor...
30+ days ago

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Insulation Worker positions.

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

Qualifications / Skill Sets

The following top skills are often required or desired to land a Insulation Worker position

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Basic Carpentry Boilers C Cabinetry Carpentry Caulking Commercial Construction Communication Skills Concrete Forming Customer Relations Customer Service Development Driving Drywall Forklift Operator General Construction General Repair Hand Tools Handyman Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Human Resources Installation Inventory Management Leadership Loading & Unloading Management Materials Management Measuring Microsoft Access New Construction Organization Painting Piping Plastering Remodeling Residential Construction Restoration Roofing Safety Management Sales Scaffolding Scheduling Sheet Metal Shipping and Receiving Siding Solar Panels Specifications Staff Supervision Testing Training Transportation Troubleshooting Window Installation

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**Data source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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