Drywall Installers are responsible for installing wallboard to ceilings or to interior walls of buildings and applying plaster. Smoothing out imperfections with trowels and shackle. Applying coats of compound after panels are mounted to walls or ceiling.
What Do Drywall Installers Do?
Drywall installers have to do many things to make sure that their job is done correctly such as, read the blueprints and designs and prepare panels by sawing, drilling, or cutting holes in panels for electrical outlets, air-conditioning units, and plumbing. They apply drywall to walls or ceilings. Fasten drywall panels to the inside framework of building. They must prepare panels for painting by taping or finishing joints. They smooth out any imperfections that may have occurred during installation as they work and after they’re finished.