Floor Covering Layer Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Floor Covering Layer in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Floor Covering Layer in Alabama - State Average is $33,099.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Floor Covering Layer in Alabama - State Average is $15.91.

The average bonus of a(n) Floor Covering Layer in Alabama - State Average is $864.00.

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Removes worn floor covering from floors of streetcars and lays new floor covering: sets felt on floor and cuts it around obstructions to fit floor. Applies coat of liquid cement to floor with brush and replaces felt on floor. Sets covering on floor and cuts off correct lengths and shapes. Applies coat of cement to felt and sets floor covering over cemented felt. Tacks edges of covering. Patches linoleum floors in same manner. Heats asphalt with blow torch and applies asphalt to cracks or openings and smooths it to match level of floor, using trowel, to patch asphaltic floors. Less

Removes worn floor covering from floors of streetcars and lays new floor covering: sets felt on floor and cuts it around obstructions to fit floor. Applies coat of liquid cement to floor with brush and replaces felt on floor. Sets... More

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