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Insulation installers are responsible for installing and replacing materials that are used to maintain the temperatures in different types of buildings. They perform all insulation-related tasks from removing old insulation, reading blueprints to determine the insulation requirements, measuring and cutting insulation material, and fastening installation in place using screws, staples, and tape. Insulation installers are typically employed by building contractors, heating and plumbing contractors, and drywall and insulation contractors.
There are no minimum educational requirements to become an insulation installer. A high school diploma with courses in general science, math, algebra, mechanical drawing or related field is sufficient. Most employers will require all applicants to have spent some time doing an apprenticeship to get a handle on the practical applications of the role.
Have you had any work experience as an insulation installer and do you know what this job entails? That is likely to be one of the first questions the interviewer will ask you. Another question that is sure to be asked is related to safety protocol. To get a better idea of the types of questions that interviewers typically ask when hiring insulation installers, go to Mock Questions.