Metal Tile Setter Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Metal Tile Setter in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Metal Tile Setter in Alabama - State Average is $37,479.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Metal Tile Setter in Alabama - State Average is $18.02.

The average bonus of a(n) Metal Tile Setter in Alabama - State Average is $1,046.00.

Job Description:

Applies decorative steel, aluminum, and plastic tile (known as soft tile to distinguish from ceramic tile) to walls and cabinets of bathrooms and kitchens: measures surface to locate center points and draws horizontal and vertical guidelines through them. Brushes waterproof compound over plaster surfaces to seal pores. Spreads adhesive cement over wall, using trowel or broad knife. Positions tile on cement, following specified pattern. Presses tile into cement. Removes excess cement from joints between tile to clean finished surface, using damp cloth or cleaning compound. Rolls sheet wall covering with hand roller to press into cement. May wipe grout into joints of tile to seal them. May be designated according to type of tile applied as metal-tile setter (construction; retail trade); plastic-tile layer (construction; retail trade). Less

Applies decorative steel, aluminum, and plastic tile (known as soft tile to distinguish from ceramic tile) to walls and cabinets of bathrooms and kitchens: measures surface to locate center points and draws horizontal and vertical guidelines through them. Brushes waterproof... More

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