Hard Tile Setter Jobs in Virginia

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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Hampton, VA
Growing multifamily housing company is seeking an experienced Tile installer/General Maintenance to join our team. Full time employment with potential for advancement. Excellent pay....
1 day ago
ProVantage Corporate Solutions - Richmond, VA
Experience in some areas of carpentry, millwork or interior trim in addition to experience in tile and flooring installation....
7 days ago
Gillmann Services Inc. - Norfolk, VA
Gillmann Services is looking for multiple tile setters to start work imnmediately....
7 days ago
Chase Professionals - Salem, VA
We are looking to hire a Floor Tile Installer for a company located in Salem! This position would be temporary and is paying $21.00/Hour. Experience is required!...
7 days ago
ProVantage Corporate Solutions - Richmond, VA
Extensive experience in tile installation. To include working with marble, porcelain, travertine, stone, etc....
7 days ago
Virginia Beach, VA
Looking for experienced tile setters for growing company. Must have transportation, tools, and insurance. Must be able to tile showers from top to bottom....
13 days ago
Virginia Beach, VA
Now hiring hard working skilled tile installers and helpers. Commercial and residential Must have drivers license, own transportation, pass background check. Some nights and weekend work...
15 days ago
Norfolk, VA
General Contractor looking for a tile setter experienced in Schluter Systems. Majority of work in Virginia Beach near the Oceanfront....
15 days ago
Virginia Beach, VA
Tile Installers compensation: Pay per sqft percentage employment type: contract Looking for Tile installers, Must have own tools and transportation....
16 days ago

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