Profession ceiling installer
Ceiling installers install ceilings in buildings. They apply different techniques as the situation requires - for example when fire resistance is especially important, or when space is needed between the dropped ceiling and the next floor - or specialise in one.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Realistic / Artistic
- Install drop ceiling
Lay standard size ceiling tiles on prepared profiles separated from the original ceiling to leave space between the two.
- Work ergonomically
Apply ergonomy principles in the organisation of the workplace while manually handling equipment and materials.
- Paint surfaces
Use brushes and rollers to apply a coat of paint to a prepared surface evenly and without leaving drops.
- Follow health and safety procedures in construction
Apply the relevant health and safety procedures in construction in order to prevent accidents, pollution and other risks.
- Install construction profiles
Install a variety of metal or plastic profiles used to attach materials to each other or to structural elements. Cut them to size if called for.
- Use measurement instruments
Use different measurement instruments depending on the property to be measured. Utilise various instruments to measure length, area, volume, speed, energy, force, and others.
- Use safety equipment in construction
Use elements of protective clothing such as steel-tipped shoes, and gear such as protective goggles, in order to minimise risk of accidents in construction and to mitigate any injury if an accident does occur.
- Protect surfaces during construction work
Cover floors, ceiling, skirting boards and any other surfaces with various materials such as plastic or textile to keep them from being damaged or stained when performing construction or renovation work like painting or plastering.
- Clean painting equipment
Disassemble, clean, and reassemble paint sprayers and other vehicle painting equipment.
- Tape drywall
Seal the joints between panels of drywall. Fill the tapered edges of the panels with joint compound and press joint tape into the compound. Let dry and cover with one or several layers of joint compound, leaving time for each layer to dry and sanding lightly to obtain a smooth finish.
- Transport construction supplies
Bring construction materials, tools and equipment to the construction site and store them properly taking various aspects into account such as the workers' safety and protection from deterioration.
- Maintain work area cleanliness
Keep the working area and equipment clean and orderly.
- Fit ceiling tiles
Attach ceiling tiles to an existing ceiling to mask imperfections, provide visual interest, or change the physical characteristics of the room.
- Place drywall
Place sections of drywall against a surface. Put joists in place. Plan the amount of drywall necessary and the pattern they will be installed in to minimise the number of joints.
- Inspect construction supplies
Check construction supplies for damage, moisture, loss or other problems before using the material.