Start a Career Installing Fiber Glass Insulation
- This course is made for people interested in insulation and willing to learn!
- Minimum Knowledge about insulation
- Mechanical Knowledge
You want to become an insulation installer? You are eager to learn about insulation? This course could help you to get a new job!
We will start by going over the details of the job: Insulation Installer FAQS. This go over a typical day as an installer, schedule, benefits, and career advancement.
Then we will get started with insulation, learn the basics and why insulation is important and makes a difference in a building.
After that we will go deeper in the subject and learn how to blow wool and install batt.
Across all the video you will acquire knowledge about
Settings for the machine
Where to get the right information
Once you passes this classes make sure to join cometogether certainteed to be put in contact with contractors looking for installers
Who this course is for:
- This course is made for people willing to become an insulation installer
- Handy people
- People with some basics in construction
- 03:40Answering any questions you might have about becoming an insulation installer!
CertainTeed is a leading North American manufacturer of building materials including roofing, vinyl siding, trim, fence, railing, decking, insulation, gypsum, and ceilings products. Headquartered in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, CertainTeed has approximately 6,000 employees and 65 facilities throughout the United States and Canada. Through its Vision, Mission, Values and Objectives (VMVO) initiative, CertainTeed strives to be the preferred choice for innovative building products and systems by delivering a superior Customer experience to a broader market through the development of exceptional team performance and world-class processes. CertainTeed is a subsidiary of Saint-Gobain, one of the top 100 industrial companies in the world. Saint-Gobain employs approximately 19,000 people in North America and approximately 109,000 people in 64 countries world-wide. Saint-Gobain's North American companies operate 130 manufacturing facilities in industries as diverse as industrial ceramics and containers, reinforcements and flat glass, abrasives, and building materials.