Hard Tile Setter Jobs in Indiana

Install hard tile on walls, floors, and other surfaces. Hard tile setters must first prepare the surface on which they will fix the tile by cleaning and leveling it. They then read the design plans to determine how to measure and cut the tiles so they fit customer expectations. Before arranging the tiles, however, the setter must prepare mortar and spread it across the base surface so the tiles will adhere and set properly.

Hard tile setters use a wide range of tools. For example, power wet saws, tile scribes, and hand-held cutters are used for cutting tiles, while trowels of various sizes are used to spread mortar. They also depend on spacers, which are placed between tiles until the mortar dries to ensure that the gaps between them are all the same size.

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Tile Setter

  • Bloomington, IN
  • 7 days ago
Looking for a tile setter person that can do bathrooms, showers, and backsplashes. I pay commensurate with work done. You can give me a price per job, or work with the customer direct....

Tile Installer

  • Central, IN
  • 25 days ago
QR Code Link to This Post We are in need of multiple tile installers for large and small projects. Located in southern, northern, and central Indiana....

Tile Installer

  • Forest River, Inc.
  • Elkhart, IN
  • 45+ days ago
Responsibilities Install Tile Floors Cut Tile Grout Tile Qualifications Experience with wet saws Ability to read and use a measuring tape Attention to Detail Good Attendance Forest River offers a stable...

Commercial Ceramic Tile Installer/Foreman

  • Jack Laurie Group
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • 90+ days ago
Commercial Ceramic Tile Installer/Foreman: $18-$30/hour plus benefits Sign-on bonus Job-performance bonuses PTO Paid holidays Retirement: 401K with c......

Commercial Ceramic Tile Installer/Foreman

  • Jack Laurie Group
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • 90+ days ago
Commercial Ceramic Tile Installer/Foreman: $18-$30/hour plus benefits Sign-on bonus Job-performance bonuses Vacation Paid holidays Retirement: 401K w......

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Salary for Hard Tile Setter Jobs in Indiana

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Highest Education Level

Hard Tile Setters in Indiana offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (52.0%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (19.2%)
  • Associate's Degree (10.1%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (8.9%)
  • Some College (4.0%)
  • Some High School (3.5%)
  • Master's Degree (2.1%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.1%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Hard Tile Setters in Indiana
  • Less than 1 year (30.6%)
  • 1-2 years (23.4%)
  • 2-4 years (19.2%)
  • 4-6 years (15.2%)
  • None (11.6%)

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