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GREG FARLEY PAINTING & PLASTERING
Serving Delaware & Chester Counties
ClaimsPages.com Service Provider since 6/10/2014
610-259-3103
 
AMERICAN INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION INC
3560 Winding Way, Newtown Square, PA  19073
610-356-6544
 
BENNER JOHN H CO
254 Davis Ave, Clifton Heights, PA  19018
610-623-4103
 
BTR HOME IMPROVEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION
17 E Sylvan Ave, Rutledge, PA  19070
610-543-8981
 
CASTANO CONSTRUCTION
672 Marshall St, Norristown, PA  19041
610-275-6589
 
CDS INC
26 W Baker St, Media, PA  19063
610-565-5480
 
COLDWELL BANKER SPECTRUM REALTY CO - HAVERFORD
393 W Lancaster Ave, Ardmore, PA  19003
610-896-9001
 
CREATIVE CONCEPTS PAINTING ETC.
45 N Sycamore Ave, Clifton Heights, PA  19018
610-259-4767
 
IDEAL PLASTERING BY MARIO A GALLI
208 Winona Ave, Holmes, PA  19043
610-583-7699
 
KD CONSTRUCTION
505 Samson St, Upper Darby, PA  19082
610-734-0422
 
MANFREDIA'S CARPENTRY & GENERAL CONTRACTING
417 Conard Dr, Springfield, PA  19064
610-328-5884
 
MARTINELLI ANTHONY J
5 Riverview Ave, Ridley Park, PA  19078
610-521-0885
 
MASTER FINISH DRYWALL
51 Acres Dr, Folsom, PA  19078
610-532-6347
 
O'BRIEN PLASTERING
152 Third Ave, Newtown Square, PA  19073
610-353-8088
 
PAINTWORKS
2611 Highland Ave, Broomall, PA  19008
610-356-5955
 
PHILADELPHIA SUBURBAN DRYWALL INC
718 Country Ln, Morton, PA  19070
610-328-0127
 
STERLING M JOHN DRYWALL INC
5074 W Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA  19073
610-359-7550
 
TENAGLIA BROTHERS DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION
6 Locust Ln, Media, PA  19063
610-565-0564
 
WALL DOCTORS
400 W Providence Rd, Aldan, PA  19018
610-622-2997
 
WALL SYSTEMS INC
4051 Dayton Rd, Drexel Hill, PA  19026
610-626-1106
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Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers, and Tapers

Drywall and ceiling tile installers hang wallboards to walls and ceilings inside buildings. Tapers prepare the wallboards for painting, using tape and other materials. Many workers do both installing and taping. Show Details

Duties

Drywall installers typically do the following:

  • Review design plans to minimize the number of cuts and waste of wallboard
  • Measure the location of electrical outlets, plumbing, windows, and vents
  • Cut drywall to the right size, using utility knives and power saws
  • Fasten drywall panels to interior wall studs, using nails or screws
  • Trim and smooth rough edges so boards join evenly

Ceiling tile installers typically do the following:

  • Measure according to blueprints or drawings
  • Nail or screw supports
  • Put tiles or sheets of shock-absorbing materials on ceilings  
  • Keep the tile in place with cement adhesive, nails, or screws

Tapers typically do the following:

  • Prepare wall surface (wallboard) by patching nail holes
  • Apply tape and use sealing compound to cover joints between wallboards
  • Apply additional coats of sealing compound to create an even surface
  • Sand all joints and holes to a smooth, seamless finish

Installers are also called framers or hangers. Tapers are also called finishers. Ceiling tile installers are sometimes called acoustical carpenters because they work with tiles that block sound.

Once wallboards are hung, workers use increasingly wider trowels to spread multiple coats of spackle over cracks, indentations, and any remaining imperfections. Some workers may use a mechanical applicator, a tool that spreads sealing compound on the wall joint while dispensing and setting tape at the same time.

To work on ceilings, drywall and ceiling tile installers and tapers may use mechanical lifts or stand on stilts, ladders, or scaffolds.

General Maintenance and Repair Workers

General maintenance and repair workers maintain and repair machines, mechanical equipment, and buildings. They work on plumbing, electrical, and air-conditioning and heating systems. Show Details

Duties

General maintenance and repair workers typically do the following:

  • Maintain and repair machines, mechanical equipment, and buildings
  • Troubleshoot and fix faulty electrical switches
  • Inspect and diagnose problems and figure out the best way to correct them, frequently checking blueprints, repair manuals, and parts catalogs
  • Do routine preventive maintenance to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly
  • Assemble and set up machinery or equipment
  • Plan repair work using blueprints or diagrams
  • Do general cleaning and upkeep of buildings and properties
  • Order supplies from catalogs and storerooms
  • Meet with clients to estimate repairs and costs
  • Keep detailed records of their work

General maintenance and repair workers are hired for maintenance and repair tasks that are not complex enough to need the specialized training of a licensed tradesperson, such as a plumber or electrician.

They are also responsible for recognizing when a job is above their skill level and needs the skills of a tradesperson. For more information about other trade occupations, see the profiles on electricians; carpenters; heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers; and plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters.

Workers may fix plaster or drywall. They may fix or paint roofs, windows, doors, floors, woodwork, and other parts of buildings.

They also maintain and repair specialized equipment and machinery in cafeterias, laundries, hospitals, stores, offices, and factories.

They get supplies and repair parts from distributors or storerooms to fix problems. They use common hand and power tools such as screwdrivers, saws, drills, wrenches, and hammers to fix, replace, or repair equipment and parts of buildings.

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