Insulation Worker Jobs in Wisconsin

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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Two Rivers, WI
compensation: Starting pay varies from $40.68-$52.37 per hour. Wages reflect heath Insurance and a full retirement package. employment type: employee's choice QR Code Link to This Post We are...
16 days ago
Eau Claire, WI
4711 Anderson Drive compensation: 14.00-18.00 / hr depending on experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Hometown Insulation of Eau Claire has multiple openings for...
16 days ago
De Pere, WI
1030 Orlando Drive compensation: 14.00-18.00 hour based on experience. employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Hometown Insulation of De Pere has immediate openings for insulation...
21 days ago
Waunakee, WI
compensation: Wages are based on experience $15 - $25 per hr. employment type: full-time internship non-profit organization QR Code Link to This Post We're currently looking for an insulation...
24 days ago
Appleton, WI
surfaces to exclude or retain heat Install vapor barriers Complete prep work including foam and caulk, fireproofing, baffles, wind tunnels, filling joist spaces, etc. Load and unload building materials...
30+ days ago
Hometown Insulation Inc - De Pere, WI
HOMETOWN INSULATION INC Building Insulation Installer in DE PERE , Wisconsin JOB REQUIREMENTS: Hometown Insulation in De Pere has immediate openings for insulation installers. We install...
30+ days ago

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